Praying Matthew 9:36-38 For Your Family

I’m so thankful that you decided to join me for this 31 Day series of Praying the Scriptures for Your Family! What a blessing YOUR FAMILY will receive through your prayers! The peace we gain through prayer {Philippians 4:6-7} is blessing enough, but in praying the very Words of God over your family, the blessings gained are more than we will ever know about on this side of heaven!

As you start this journey of praying the Scriptures, I hope you will take a few minutes (less than 10) to listen to this audio encouragement where I share 5 Ways to Pray the Scriptures.

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Praying the Scriptures For Your Family

Today’s Scripture To Pray For Your Family

Matthew 9:36-38: “But when He saw the multitudes, He was moved with compassion for them, because they were weary and scattered, like sheep having no shepherd. Then He said to His disciples, ‘The harvest truly is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest.” 

Prayer: Lord, may we be filled with compassion when we see the lost around us. Break our hearts for what breaks Yours. May we remember that the harvest is plentiful and the laborers are few. Give us strength to keep up the good work until the day we see Your face. Remind us, when we look into the faces of our neighbors and family members that we want to see them in heaven. Your will is not for any to perish without You, break our hearts for the lost as well. We are desperate for You, Jesus!



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Author: Candace Crabtree

I'm Candace and I'm grateful you're here. It is my heart's desire to encourage you while you're visiting and remind your heart of the truths of God's Word and the power of HIs love to transform lives. Great is His faithfulness! {Note: this blog does use affiliate links.}

3 thoughts on “Praying Matthew 9:36-38 For Your Family”

  1. Hi….I have really been enjoying your whole series! I look forward to them and will be sorry when they end. Today’s words were so beautifully expressed, so I tried to figure out which version of the bible you used. I couldn’t find it. Would you please let me know which version it is from?

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