Praying Through Proverbs for Your Children

The greatest gift you can give to your kids is the power of a praying parent.  The power of God penetrates our children’s lives when we pray for them. But how many times have you struggled to know how or what to pray for your child?  What are good things to pray for? It’s easy to either neglect praying for them regularly or to get stuck in a rut as we pray for them.


What if I told you there was a simple, and powerful solution for that? What if you could pray for your children confidently?

Mom, I am excited to tell you, you can with Praying Through Proverbs For Your Children!

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Years ago, when my kids were still young, I began to regularly pray through the book of Proverbs for them. I would pray through one chapter a day, paraphrasing the verses into prayers for my children. Within just THREE weeks of daily praying Proverbs for them, four of my eight children came to me at different times, sharing how God had been working in their heart, or convicting them in certain areas.

I had NO DOUBT that this was a direct result of the prayers I had been praying for them. God’s Word was bringing conviction to their hearts, that my words couldn’t bring.

The reason I chose to pray through Proverbs is that it is the book of wisdom, and more than anything, I want my kids to be wise, and to think as God does about things. Almost every issue our kids will face in life is addressed in the book of Proverbs.

Why should mothers pray for their children?

Praying Scripture for our kids not only gets us out of the rut of repetitive prayers but also enables us to address specific issues and needs in their lives. As we pray Scripture we are using a weapon that is powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword. And even more exciting than that is the promise that “my Word shall not return onto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it”.

Praying Through Proverbs for Your Children contains powerful prayers that are simply paraphrases of the verses. They are divided by chapter, giving you 31 days of prayers for your kids.

You can pray through a chapter a day, and pray through Proverbs every month for your children.  If that is too much for you, you can simply pray a few of the verses daily, marking where you left off, and just work through the book.

The battle for our kids is won on our knees, and the most powerful weapon is God’s Word. This ebook will help you to daily pray God’s Word for your kids and experience His power as it works in their hearts and lives. Why not try it for yourself?

$9.97  (digital download)




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7 Responses

  1. I truly love your website.. Pleasant colors & theme.

    Did you create this website yourself? Please reply back as I’m attempting to create my own site and want
    to learn where you got this from or just what the theme is called.

    Thank you!

  2. Brenda, you’re welcome! Glad it has been helpful to you.

  3. Reading this has helped me to realize how important it is to pray Gods words over our children and grands not my will but his be done . Thank you . Brenda

  4. I never cease to be amazed when I see God work. Always exciting, and encouraging!

  5. This is great! It’s amazing to see prayer at work, and also God at work! Good info, thanks for sharing 🙂

  6. Jaime, thank you so much for your kind, encouraging words!

  7. I feel like I just gained such amazing insight from a momma who has been there. It sounds like you have a lot of experience in the area. Praise the Lord for women that are mentoring and teaching other women. I would love for you to stop by my linkup party. It is Sitting Among Friends and is open on Wednesdays. We always need more women of faith on-board! Here is a link to this week’s link party. Hope to see you there.

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