Prayer For Daughters From Mothers
Father, I thank you for my daughter's friends. Those that are, those that have been and those still to come. Surround her with good company, oh Lord. Remove any bad company from her midst. She will be of good character. She will not be corrupted. I pray that you would use her to be of good influence on her peers. In Jesus' name. Amen
Heavenly Father, I come to you in the name of Jesus, and I pray over (_________) heart. That she would guard her heart out of her love for You by being mindful about what she sees or listen to. Keep her pure before you, and her heart free from anger or malice.
Father, I bless your name. I thank you for my wonderful daughter. My prayer is that you would walk with her always. May her eyes always be drawn to the things of your kingdom. Guard her heart oh God, that she would not follow it unto distraction.
Dear God, may your word be truly hidden in her heart. Let it be a lamp unto her feet and a light on her path. May she live by every confession that comes from her mouth. Let your word never depart from her lips. Guide her to live in your will. She will not dwell in sin! In Jesus' name. Amen
Dear Jesus, help my daughter know that we are all born as sinners and separated from God because of our wicked hearts. However, at an early age, help her grasp the life-transforming concept that he does not have to live as a sinner under that condemnation.Teach my daughter that she has the opportunity to accept a new, beautiful identity that is called good, not because of what she has done or what she looks like, but because she is secure in who YOU say she is: treasured, delightful, known and protected. Let her not place her self-worth in accomplishments she may or may not achieve, but let her discover these deeper truths about who You believe she is and build every decision she makes on that sure foundation. In Jesus name, amen.
Dear Jesus, we weep with you over the number of our kids who are buying into the lie that sexual pleasure is something to experiment with. We pray that our daughters would treasure their sexuality as a true gift from You, and that they would honor that gift by saving it as a precious treasure to give their future spouse. We ask that you would help them to be strong in the face of their own desires and that they would choose purity in the face of temptation.
Lord we also ask that you'd protect our daughters from the idea that they must do anything and everything (including abusing their bodies through eating disorders, drug abuse, or other harmful behaviors) in order to attaining a preferred shape or figure. We pray you'd protect our sons from that kind of destructive thinking, and that if they're tempted to take these kind of drastic measures, that you'd send someone in their lives to stop them. Help them to remember over and over that their identity is not in how they look on the outside but what you see as their potential and worth on the inside.
We pray that our daughters would treasure their health as a gift from God and that they would have a passion to eat nutritious food and to stay active in order to do their part to take care of this treasure. In Jesus name, Amen
Create in _________________ a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within her (Psalm 51:10). Though you have made ______________ see troubles, many and bitter, you will restore her life again; from the depths of the earth you will again bring her up. You will increase ________________'s honor and comfort her once again (Psalm 71:20-21). Thank You that Your word says I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height, nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate ___________ from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord. Amen.
Dear Lord, I know that Your Word does not return void and I'm believing great things for my daughter today:
1. Let her learn early in life that to obey You, God, is the best way to the life her heart truly desires (1 Samuel 15:22).
2. May she find comfort in Your ability, God, to reach her, hold her and rescue her (2 Samuel 22:17-18).
3. Let her find confidence in You, God, even when hard times come and she doesn't know what to do, by keeping her eyes fixed on You (2 Chronicles 20:12).
4. May she keep herself under control and not give full vent to people and situations that anger her (Proverbs 29:11).
5. Let her walk in the security of Your assigned worth to her. Give her a strong work ethic and health to accomplish all her tasks. Give her a heart that desires to extend her hand to those in need. Protect her for the right husband, a man of respect and godly honor. And let her be a woman of joy and laughter whose Christ-centered character is what makes her most beautiful (Proverbs 31). May we both grow in our relationship with You. In Jesus' Name, Amen.
Loving Lord and Heavenly Father, I thank You with all my heart for this precious daughter of ours and I pray that Your grace and mercy would be poured out on her in such abundance, and that she would grow in grace and in a knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
May she be surrounded by Your peace, protected by Your strength and find her hope and joy in You alone. Give her ears that are responsive to Your voice, eyes that look to Jesus as Her Saviour and a heart that responds to Your grace so that she learns to abide in You and rest in Your love.
Bless our mother-daughter relationship and give me wisdom and to teach and train her, and yet help me to be prepared to step back when it is time for her to spread her wings and not stifle her creativity.
Give her a heart of compassion and generosity towards others. A heart that is willing to help with cheerfulness and grace, and may she learn to give encouragement to others when she sees a need. Bestow on her godly wisdom and discernment, and may she develop a teachable spirit and a heart of thanksgiving and praise to You.
May the time that we spend together be truly blessed by You, and I do praise You dear Father for giving me this precious daughter for this season of our lives. Thank You, Father. In Jesus' name I pray,