Daily Prayers and Proverbs for Character Development in Grandchildren
Perhaps if you are reading this you are a grandmother. Or maybe you know a grandmother, or are married to a grandmother, or fondly remember your own grandmother. We invite you along with us to be involved in the lives of grandchildren. God has placed in our hearts a passion and vision to pray for the next generation so that it may be one of strong character and great faith. We so desire that you join us in this journey.
We pray for you, dear reader, a sense of God’s presence and leading as these prayers are uttered on behalf of this next generation. We pray that your own faith will be strengthened and that you will experience God’s blessings. Finally, we pray that God would enable us all to leave a legacy of faith so that He might be honored and glorified. May we proclaim together Psalm 89:1-2: “I will sing of the Lord’s great love forever; with my mouth I will make your faithfulness known through all generations. I will declare that your love stands firm forever, that you established your faithfulness in heaven itself.”
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We truly want attendees to leave with a new fire, a new passion, to pray for this next generation. We want God to start a movement in this country - and beyond - a movement of prayer that is designed to equip, build, strengthen and spiritually deepen young people.
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