Saturday, August 21, 2010

Love Dare Saturday

Love Intercedes:
Begin to pray for exactly what your mate needs.
Pray for his heart, and his attitude.
Pray for the truth to replace lies.
Pray that forgiveness would replace bitterness.
Pray for a genuine breakthrough in your marriage.


Rebecca (me!) said...

Hi friend! I have been lacking in stopping by and keeping up the Love Dare....the days seem to slip away! Thank you for your beautiful posts and reminders! Hope all is well and thank you for stopping by to say hello!

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

so happy to see you at Farmhouse...always fun to meet a new friend...

sorry about your foot :-{
hope it is on the mend
your granddaughter is adorable...i have a 4 year old much fun...i just adore her.

happy to follow...
i'll be back for a visit very soon

kary and teddy

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

Hi Karen hope you are feeling better, and thank you for this beautiful reminder.

Camille said...

How powerful to just PRAY for our husbands! Thank you for this wonderful reminder Karen! God is so gracious and good to us...

The photo you used at the top of this post is too adorable. :)

Have a lovely weekend!
In Him,

Grace on the Narrow Path said...

Each morning I pray for my hubby. He is a police officer . . . I know God keeps him safe each day.
Thank you for this sweet reminder.
PS Your little granddaughter is so beautiful. Such a sweet little face.

Nicole said...

Love this prayer Karen!! That was one of the hardest things for me was trying not to change my hubby but to just give him over to God and let God handle it. I have been trying that the last month or so and it has been working!! I will hopefully send you an email tomorrow with some wonderful news!!
Get better hun!!

Oh, left you a long reply over at my blog..

Charma said...

You are a strong and powerful force for God, your family and for those of us lucky enough to be your friend. Be strong and I'm sorry you are hurt. Hang in there.


P.S. I am working on my Blog. You will be the first person who sees it so you can give me pointers.

Heather's Blog-o-rama said...

Oh, prayer can move mountains!! This is really nice!!!...and I always think about your story when I read these posts :) :) God is good!!! Have a great week, Karen. Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :)