Prayer For A Job For My Husband

God, You have provided Your Word and I am so grateful. May Your Word guide my husband as the leader of our home. May his leadership skills be empowered by your wisdom. I trust that You will lead in his hand and heart in our relationship, his work, our home, community and church.

Lord, You are gracious and merciful, yet You are all-powerful and understanding. This world can be a fearful place and I pray that You would give my husband courage. Lord, infuse his character with courage for daily decisions and the difficult ones as well.

Father, I praise You for my husband, Your unique creation. Please guard his heart and mind, Jesus. Protect him from temptation and fill him up with the good things he needs. You've promised to fill his soul with what he needs and I ask You to do just that.

Lord, I pray that You would bless my husband's work. That he would be diligent and prosperous. That You would give him wisdom and discernment. God, I pray You would give him strength to walk the opportunities you provide. Thank you, Lord.

Dear God,
You know my needs. You know my desire for a job, for work I enjoy doing, for the next step in my career to present itself. I pray that you would guide me as I continue on this job hunting journey. May I focus first on your will for my life, putting your desires and your plan above my own wishes and wants. Open doors to new opportunities that you desire for me, and equip me with the skills, knowledge, and wisdom I need to take steps forward in this process. As I craft my resume, write cover letters, submit my applications, connect with new companies and potential employers, and go on interviews, give me the words to speak and the courage to share who I am and what I can do. Give me confidence that can only come from you, and give me humility too. I trust you, Lord-- my life is in your hands. Your will be done. Thank you for being near to me every step of the way and thank you for always providing for my every need. May this all be for your glory.

In your name,

Dear God,
My husband had to quit his job to stay home with our 6 month old daughter because he was barely getting any hours. He's recently had a job interview with full benefits and I am praying with all my heart and soul that he gets it. I work so much that I hardly get to spend anytime with my daughter so we could both use the break. The constant stressing is starting to cause health issue for not only us but also my parents who help us out from time to time. I know that we doing are any everything on our end to help our family. I am just asking for a little help to get us through these tough times.

In Jesus name I pray. Amen

Lord please help my husband in this his time of need.he needs you to help him find a job where he is happy and stable.Lord help him to find a job soon in a quick way.I know you answer prayers as quickly as possible.I have my trust and faith in you and ask for your help with a heavy heart.I love you father with my whole heart and soul.In Jesus name Amen.

Dear Lord,

Mitch will interview for a new job this week. The position would draw on his experience but stretch him in new ways, too. Thank you for giving him this opportunity.

Thank you for caring about his needs and desire for career advancement. And thank you for preparing him for retirement, too. I know you are with him this week, looking out for his best interest.

Before my husband meets the interview panel, ready the meeting place and time. Set the tone for the discussion. Since first impressions matter, help Mitch be the man you created authentic, natural, and relaxed. Help the interviewers see through any tension that exists.

The Measure of a Man, by Gene A. Getz
Give my husband peace, Lord. Call to mind the wisdom and knowledge that's already there.

And whatever the outcome, let the process bless Mitch and his interviewers.

I know you will work things out for good for my husband's benefit and your glory (Romans 8:28).

I've seen you open many doors for Mitch. If this new opportunity is right for him, let nothing stand in the way of a job offer.

However, if this job is NOT your will, make it clear to everyone involved in the interview process. Close the door and show Mitch the next step. He loves you, Lord, and he is willing to work wherever you lead him.

Bless my husband as he answers the tough questions this week, and bless the people who will conduct the interview. Give them wisdom to choose the right person for the job, and give Mitch peace to accept their decision.