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The following is a guest post by Kristen of kristenshane.com For the past three years, I’ve been writing to someone I’ve never met. Sounds crazy, right? But what’s even crazier is that eventually, that person won’t be a stranger at all, but (God-willing) my best friend, the love of my life, and the dad to my future kiddos. Since we’ll share so much of our lives together, it’s not so crazy that I’d want to start thinking about and praying for more »

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  Here on Joy Because Grace, we’ve discussed praying for our future husbands quite a bit. We’ve discussed why it’s important, ways we can pray for them, and what we can pray for them. I’ve even created a “Praying for Your Future Husband eGuide” you can grab for free. However, we haven’t really discussed the personal benefits of praying for a man we’ve never met. Now, I’m not saying here that the only reason we should be praying for our more »

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Hey lovelies! :) As we’ve discussed before, praying for our future husbands is so important. I hope you’ve already read the posts on why, how, and what we should pray for our future husbands. {If not you can find their links below.} Well, today I’m so excited to announce a free eGuide I’ve put together for you that will provide you with 5 examples of how to pray scripture over your future husband. You most certainly don’t want to miss more »

What to pray for your future husband

Continuing in the theme of “praying for our future husbands” that we’ve been discussing this month, today I’m sharing a few ideas as to what we can pray for our future husbands. {See also: why we should pray for our future husbands and ways to pray for our future husbands.} This is just a list to help get us started. There are countless things we can pray for the man we will one day marry. {My friend Abigail also wrote a post containing topics to more »

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Prayer is powerful. Do you believe it? If you’re like me, you’ll answer with a shrug and say “Sure, of course I believe prayer is powerful,” but is this a belief that rocks us to our core and changes how we live our lives? Do we fall on our knees to fight in prayer and lift our hands in praise? After watching The War Room last week, I became convicted about my prayer life. Specifically, I became convicted about praying for my more »