Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. See if you have enough points for this item. Sign in. Most Christian parents pray for their children, but many don't know how to pray effectively and powerfully. Now, from the coauthor of A Woman's Guide to Spiritual Warfare and The Spiritual Warrior's Prayer Guide , comes this step-by-step guide to praying faithfully and diligently for precious sons and daughters. The first step is to surrender growing children to the Lord, who longs to partner with parents to raise godly women and men.
Once parents have invited the Holy Spirit into their child's growth and development, they can pray for their child's specific needs. Readers will learn how to pray for their children's friends, teachers, and pastors and to intercede when their sons or daughters are under spiritual attack. Stepparents and adoptive parents will find prayer guidance for their special circumstances, and mothers and fathers of severely ill children will discover how to pray through the most difficult situations a parent can face.
When moms and dads covenant with God to be a household of faith, they will see Him act in their children's lives beyond what they could ever dream! The Heart of a Woman Who Prays. Elizabeth George.
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Sheila Walsh. Go to the concordance in the back of your Bible right now and look up every reference to assault rifles, school shootings, and the Second Amendment, and you will find none.
Leave a comment. Filed under Soundings. And because this is just such an era of challenge and decline for churches like ours, the Jesus I believe we really need right now is the Jesus who meets us in the Gospel of Luke. I know all of these Jesuses. I believe in all of these Jesuses. I need all of these Jesuses. When loved ones die and I am confronted with the fact of my own mortality, I find that what I really need is the Jesus of the Gospel of John. The world says that our worth is determined by how we look, by what we weigh, by who we vote for, by where we live, by the level of our education and income, by who we love, by where we were born, by the color of our skin, or by any one of a hundred other things.
But in the world our worth is always conditional.
It always depends on something else.