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Praying Over Our Children

I'm a single mother of 3 and I was recently at a Cast and Crowns concert and the lead singer said that him and his wife bless there children many times a day and as often as they can I was wondering if there is a particular way to do this and what should I say? Thank you for any kind of help God Bless ~ Melissa

Melissa, What me and my husband do is pray over the kids. If there is a particular need we find the scripture to address it and pray it over them. Even when there isn't a specific need we still pray and bless them.

To do this we start simple. Make sure to pray out loud and to name each child.

Dear Lord, I praise you Almighty. Thank you for blessing me with the children you have given me. Lord I pray your peace over (child's name). I pray that you draw (child's name) to you and put a desire in their heart to know you Lord. In all these things, Jesus' Name, Amen

~ Faith

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