Prayer can make all the difference. Take a few minutes each day and pray for your spouse. Print the below images and put them on your mirror or in your closet and while you brush your teeth or get dressed… double up and pray for your spouse at the same time! 😀
Ruth Bell Graham advises wives to “tell your mate the positive, and tell God the negative.” Take your concerns to God. Faithfully lift up your husband in prayer every day, and you will likely notice a transformation not only in him, but in yourself, as well.
Of course, we needn’t wait until there is some problem or disagreement before beginning this practice. A wife can and should routinely intercede on her husband’s behalf. Prayer should be a habit of life, something we do continuously and “without ceasing.” 1 Thessalonians 5:17
If you need direction on praying for your spouse here are two good books to help you get started:
|The Power of a Praying Wife
By Stormie Omartian
|The Power of a Praying Husband, Deluxe Edition|