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Friday, May 18, 2012

Prayer for Moms ~ Part 4



This week I am posting the prayers from our Mother’s Day service at CCA.  If you missed any of the prayers thus far, they are listed below. You can click here to read all about what made our Mother’s Day service so special.




Mothers with a Strained Relationship with her Kids Prayer:

Lord, our Father, 

We stand before you, we thank you for blessing us with children. Lord, I ask you to shine your light on these ladies.  Lord you already know the struggles involving our children; you hear the spoken as well as the unspoken prayers each day. Lord, please give us the strength we need to be the positive influence and loving mothers we want to be. 

Lord we ask you to wrap your arms around our children that are far from us and keep them safe.  Lord, we ask for strength, both physically and emotionally, we ask you to open our minds and touch the hearts of all involved, and if there are closed doors, that they are opened. I ask you make a way where there seems to be none. 

Lord we each ask for your guidance and wisdom to say and do the right things when given the opportunity. Lord we know you can change bad situations into good situations. Give us each peace that passes all understanding and may we each feel the strength that comes from resting in you. 

Lord, lift us up as if we were on the wings of angels. Remind us each day you are with us and you will not fail us. Father I plead for each of these mothers, that they may be strengthened, comforted and restored by the reminder of your unconditional love. 

Father, give them serenity, give them peace, give them hope so they never give up as you have never given up on us, your children. Help us begin to mend our broken fences and heal our broken hearts with our children who may have gone astray. 

Lord, please bring us together as we are meant to be and may the love that binds us only grow stronger as we fulfill the destiny you have laid out for us.  

I ask this in Jesus name, Amen.

Thank you Robyn for your prayers for mothers who have strained relationships with the children they love so much.















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