20 Minutes of Prayer

April 7, 2013

in the generous life

I was wandering around on Pinterest and came across an amazing idea I’d like to share with you.

Traci Michele of Ordinary Inspirations shared ~ 10 Things Praying For Your Husband Does For You (do take the time to read it through).

While she shares some great perspectives about how prayer changes you, her concluding idea jumped out at me as something very doable (and is totally brilliant).

At the top of each hour, spend 2 minutes praying for him {specifically}.  Do this between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm (give or take depending on your schedule). THAT’S 20 MINUTES A DAY!

So many times the busyness of the day can run us over, but two minutes now and then is very doable. Even if you can only break for one minute you are still creating the habit of routinely lifting your husband up in prayer and over the course of the day that’s a lot of prayer on his behalf.

So set your phone to beep on the hour or leave reminders where you will see them often. Build that habit of spending bits of time during the day to pray for your husband.

Prayer is not merely an occasional impulse to which we respond when we are in trouble: prayer is a life attitude.  Walter A. Mueller

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