The Prayer We Pray for Our Family Everyday

“Where’s your motorbike?” I called out to my husband in the shower from the back door. “Under the house,” came the reply.
But it wasn’t. He’d been using the car for a few days to go to work and I’d been walking, and in our newly-wedded bliss, neither of us had paid much attention to the whereabouts of the little bike. Then the pushbike went missing, and someone tried to break into the laundry where he kept all the tools, and one night in the middle of Bible study a few doors down, he went back home randomly and found someone lurking under the house. . . .

It was soon after this that we discovered the power of praying Scripture over our lives, one in particular, and this is the prayer that we pray for our family everyday.

Read more at where I am guest posting today.  Prayer for Protection and a Stolen Motorbike

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About Elizabeth

My name is Elizabeth Ainsworth, a wife and mother in QLD Australia who shares her ponderings of faith at Where Deep Calls to Deep

One thought on “The Prayer We Pray for Our Family Everyday

  1. Thankyou Lizzy, greatly appreciated your follow up, it was lovely to receive an email this morning from your mum in law 🙂
    I will be delighted to include a copy for you too :).

    I wanted to thankyou for the blog on Gods protection, it was very encouraging for me with my family :). We know these things as a mature christian but it is always great to be reminded & so lovely to be encouraged in God’s Word by fellow brothers & sisters in the Lord through their experinces 🙂 when we feel for our family in their trials.

    Also, Being a post novice I wasn’t aware that my full name would be displayed at the top of the post, can I possibly change that to just Jennifer somehow? I do apologise for being a nuisance :/.
    Kind regards in Jesus,

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