How can I possibly recap the first twenty-eight days of #PrayerDare? God is at work, y’all. He’s using #PrayerDare to build a generation of women who seek Him, who speak to Him, and who revel in the knowledge that they can approach the throne of grace with boldness and thanksgiving.
During the first month of #PrayerDare:
- I sometimes missed a day. But grace abounds, and I am thankful for the quiet prompting and gentle leading of the Holy Spirit.
- There were a few days that I did pray intentionally and specifically for The Professor, but I ignored the prayer cards completely.
- I feel like I failed when it comes to online accountability. There were several days I did not check in, and I didn’t even look to see if anyone else had checked in or not.
- It was sometimes evident that the Enemy was on the attack – battling against me as I prayed for my husband.
- I had the opportunity to share #PrayerDare on a radio station in Denver, CO.
- We had a request to translate #PrayerDare cards into Spanish. February’s are almost complete, thanks to the sacrificial efforts of Jelli and her husband. We still need translators for March.
- I worked with an amazing team of Godly women, and we are almost ready to launch March’s #PrayerDare. The prayer prompt cards will be available for download tomorrow!
Did you participate in #PrayerDare this month? If so, will you consider sharing a brief recap of what the Lord taught you during 28 days of praying for your husband? Let’s encourage one another!
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