Don't you think?
What is your approach? Purposed or spontaneous?
Right now, I don't really have a lot of planned out,
intentional prayer life for my kids.
I want to work on developing that.
I want to write down things to pray for, for each child.
I want to specifically be petitioning for them, for what they need.
Right now, it is generally a spontaneous thing.
"Lord, please give me the right words for her..."
"Please calm her fears"
"Give him patience (Oh, & some patience for me, too!)"
Sometimes a spontaneous prayer is said inside,
sometimes it is aloud.
The other night, we had a sweet meal time prayer,
where Gillian just jumped right in,
praying aloud, right alongside her Daddy.
She had a lot to pray about. And was eager.
It was really beautiful.
Then Scott asked Peyton if he had anything
he wanted to pray about.
"Yes." And his prayer was for us to be kind.
I was thanking God for our little blessings.
What a special gift to hear a little one talk to Jesus.
Tell us about your prayer life for your kids.
Do you plan it & how?
Is it usually spontaneous?
This post is written in participation with Walk with Him Wednesday @ Holy Experience