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Prayers for my husband’s peace

I pray my husband rejoices in the Lord always and that he is gentle and I pray he is not anxious about anything, but in every situation, with prayer and petition and with thanksgiving, my husband present his requests to You, O Lord. And Your peace, which transcends all understanding will guard his heart and his mind in Christ Jesus. I pray he thinks about whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable, and anything that is excellent or praiseworthy. Whatever he has learned, or received, or heard from You, O Lord, I pray he puts it into practice; Then, the God of peace will be with him (Philippians 4:6-8).

I pray my husband will submit to You Lord, and be a man of peace and rest, and give him rest from all his enemies on every side and in this way prosperity will come to him (1 Chronicles 22:9; Job 22:21). Give strength to my husband. Help him to turn from evil and do good; I pray he does not just seek peace but pursues it. I pray he loves your Word and does not stumble under it. Bless him with great peace (Psalm 29:11; Psalm 34:14; Psalm 119:165). Keep my husband in Your perfect peace as he remains steadfast and trusts in You (Isaiah 26:3).

I pray true instruction is in his mouth and nothing false is ever found on his lips. I pray he walks with You in peace and uprightness, and turns from any sin (Malachi 2:6). I pray there is no wickedness found in my husband, but only righteousness for there is no peace for the wicked but for the righteous there is peace, quietness and confidence forever (Isaiah 32:17; 48:22).

I pray my husband is a peacemaker; a man who promotes peace in his home, in his work, and in his community for It is to his honor and his blessing that he avoid strife, making every effort to do what leads to peace and building others up according to their needs and so that Your peace will rest on him (Matthew 5:9; 10:13; Luke 10:6; Proverbs 20:3; Romans 14:19; Ephesians 4:29).