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I am Praying For my Future Husband


Praying for your Future Husband By Robin jones Gunn. 


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I am Praying For my Future Husband



Jeremiah 29:11

"For I know the plans I have for you", declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you. Plans to give you hope and a future."

I have been reading Praying for your Future Husband by Robin Jones Gunn and Tricia Goyer, Robin Jones Gunn is my favorite Christian Author I love her books.

My grandparents got me this book for Christmas back in 2015 and I just now started reading it again this is how I came up with the idea for this blog post.

I would love to get married someday to someone I love.

From reading this book not only am I learning how to pray for my future husband but I am learning to pray for my self too.

I pray for my future husband's heart and that he has a relationship with Jesus our heavenly Father, I also pray that he has a kind loving heart for people. 

I pray for my future husband's salvation and that he knows the lord and has accepted him into his life as his lord and savior Jesus Christ. 

I pray for my future husband's life and family life.

I pray that he is active in Church and Has a good Job.

I pray that He loves his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, 

There is a lot that I pray for regarding My future Husband I pray that he is a born again Christian like me. 

My heart belongs to Jesus my lord and savior he knows My hopes and dreams for my life and he also knows that I would love to get married someday. 

I pray something like this Lord please bring that right man into my life to be my future husband please help him to find me the lord has the special person for me I just have to wait for God's timing. 

Waiting on God's timing is never easy especially when I see my friends and everyone I know married already and here I am single and waiting but I know that Lord has big plans for my life and he has someone in mind for me.

I would love for my future husband to have a sense of humor. I am a pretty funny person and everyone in my family has a sense of humor. 

I would love my husband to have a good job and is a hard worker.

I am a very caring person so I would like my future husband to be a caring person as well and have a giving heart and a loving heart like me.

A big one is A love for family. I have a big family and we all have a love for family 

God has a plan for my life I do not know what that plan is yet but I know he has one for me becouse he says he does. 


Jeremiah 29:11

"For I know the plans I have for you", declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you. Plans to give you hope and a future."

I like this book it has taught me a lot about how we should be praying for our future husband. If you are still waiting for Mr. Right to come into your life read this book. 

By reading this book I have learned a lot about my self and how I can better my relationship with God and it has helped my prayer life as well.

Start today and pray for your future husband where ever he might be he might need someone praying for him. 



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