Father, I pray for all women, those who are Christian and those who are not. I pray for each one to know your love, your peace, and your joy.
Father, you know the secret places of each woman’s heart. You know their fear, their broken places, and their dreams both realized, and those yet to come. You see when other women reject them, and you hear their lonely cry.
Each tear is captured in an alabaster jar, before it falls from her cheek. You are right beside them, catching each tear, not one goes missing. You know God, you know.
Thank you, that you hear the prayer of the women whose nursery has never heard the cry of a new child, and the cry of the mothers praying over children who have gone rouge. None of this misses your eye- all of this is close to your heart.
Thank you that you are the provider for the single mothers, you are the comforter to the Step-mothers, and you are wisdom to the Grandmother.
You know the women, whose mothers are gone or who never knew their mother’s love. Thank you for the friends you are sending to her, and for the mentors to come and who will love on her with a mother’s tender love.
And, all of this will be used for good and be included in your plan for the good of those who love you – for those you love.
We struggle to see things the way that you do. What we see as broken, you see as beautiful. What we see as failure you see as fruition. (tweet this)
Father, bind the voice of the liar that says they are not beautiful, not loved, not of value. Loose in them the confidence in knowing you, and your big, wild, love that is savage to protect and love them. Bind them to your side, as the perfect husband draws his bride into his hungry arms of love.
In Jesus name I pray,
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