Sometimes I feel at a loss for the words to pray for Kristian and our boys. Sometimes my prayers feel repetitive.
I see it as a critical part of my role as a wife to pray for my husband. It matters. (And again, I will plug the Prayer Notebook app here, which has really changed my prayer life. A notification goes off at 2pm every single day to remind me to pray for Kristian. Yes, I struggle to put down what I'm doing and make the time, but I'm learning it's worth it. If you have asked me to pray for you recently, you have a notification all your own!)
Similarly, I have big dreams and hopes for my sons, but my prayers can feel rushed and shallow at times. From what I gather, this is a common area of struggle.
Because of this, I love praying the Proverbs for my family. I just take the Proverb number that corresponds with the date, like Proverbs 3 for April 3rd.
Seriously, just think about these incredible words:
So good. And right from the Word of God himself.
For your reading enjoyment and perusal:
Stuck in the Doldrums: An Attack Plan by Jen Hatmaker
And because it makes me feel really cool to look at European decorating/design blogs: