BELOVED, LET US PRAY FOR OUR CHILDREN: Isaiah 8:18 and Psalms 127:3-5.
- Thank You Jesus for Your Mercy and Favour that has kept our children;
- l return all the Glory to You, Lord.
- Father, l Pray that Your Great Mercy will Single Out our children for Good in their Generation in Jesus’ Name.
Father, Please let Your Voice guide our children in all that they do.
- Let no voice lead them astray, in Jesus’ Name.
- Father, let it be well with our children’s Future.
- Make them Great men and women in Jesus’ Name.
- Father, by Your Mercy, Please Prosper our children Greatly.
- Prosper them so they never lack any Good Thing.
- Father, as You caused Samuel to hear Your Voice;
Please, let all our children hear and know Your Voice clearly from today, in Jesus’ Name.
- Father, l decree that no Weapon formed against our children will Prosper in Jesus’ Name.
- Our children will not be Victims of evil People in Jesus’ Name.
- Father, give our children a Deep Passion for Soul-Winning in Jesus’ Name.
- Teach them how to be Fishers of Men, in Jesus’ Name.
- Father, Please let Your face Shine upon our children.
- Be Gracious unto them, in Jesus’ Name.
- Father, cause our children to find Unlimited Favour before You and everyone in Jesus’ Name.
My Father, the Great Way Maker, Please continue to make a Way for our children in all their endeavours in Jesus’ Name.
- Our children will never know Shame because of Your love in Jesus’ Name.
- Your Special Prayer Requests for all the children around you and in your Local Assembly.
PRAY FOR OUR CHILDREN: Isaiah 8:18 and Psalms 127:3-5
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