February! Oh, how I love this month! Pink things, Hallmark movies, roses, mine and Michaela’s birthdays. But I’m most excited to share this month’s special Little Bible Plan with you. God touched my heart in ways I can’t explain while picking out these Bible passages, and my hope is that your heart will be touched as well as you read them.
This month we’re going to be reading about several different couples in the Bible and what we can learn from them! A few of them are:
- Isaac & Rebekah
- Ruth & Boaz
- David & Bathsheba
- Hosea & Gomer
But here’s the best part: We’re starting with Adam & Eve and ending with Christ & His bride. (That’s you if you’ve given your life to Jesus!) Yes, these passages are about Biblical couples, but ultimately this Bible plan will take you through the greatest love story ever told—Christ’s love for you and me.
I was touched beyond words at how God’s divine plan is connected and woven throughout these scriptures. I had tears rolling down my cheeks at one point. His love is just unexplainable.
Each day features a little area that says “pray for him,” and there you’ll find 28 different ways you can pray for your future husband. Here are some of them:
- that he will grow closer to the Lord every day.
- to resist sexual temptation.
- that he will love you like Christ loves His bride, the church.
- that you will stay pure for him.
Praying for your future husband is so important and meaningful. Because you’re not just praying about a nice idea—you’re praying for a living, breathing human being that’s somewhere out there right now, facing battles just like you are. Wow!
Also, if I’m being completely honest, I’m nowhere near the godly wife I want to be for my future husband. This list helps me see all the things I want to strive for as well. The goal, of course, is not to be perfect. The goal is simply to be more like Christ, and to accept His grace when I fail.
WHO IT’S FOR
You! Yes, you! Anyone is more than welcome to join. This plan is focused on praying for your future husband, but if you’re married, most of these prayers can absolutely be prayed for your present husband, too!
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