- Father, reveal the abundant life
- Father, build walls around the wayward
- Father, work through their parents
- Father, give them a vision of fruitfulness
- Father, deliver them from worry
- Father, guide them towards wise friends
- Father, Place a hedge of thorns around them
- Almighty God, Protect and lead to the blessed life
- Father, we Celebrate the love you demonstrate
- Father, please reveal the temporal
- Everlasting Father, please bring the prodigal souls
- Father, help them to see how you value them
- Father, create a thirst for you
- Father, Shield Them When They Turn
- Father, speak to them
- Father, help them be honest
- Father, Guide Them Into Truth
- Father, Build a Hedge
- Praying For The Prodigals
- Father, Deliver Them
- Father, show them you love them
- Father, Help Them Listen To Your Spirit
- Father, Deliver Them From Evil
- Father, Give Them Strength
- Father, Keep Them From Straying
- Lord, Help Them Rest In You
- Father, Break Through Stony Hearts
- Father, be glorified as you work through us
- Father, help them learn to follow you
- Glorious Father please touch prodigal hearts today.
Glorious Father, when people are battling difficulties that have been birthed through their own immoralities, please help them realize that when they turn to make You their “dwelling place,” You will often intervene to shield them from the consequences of their sins (Psalm 91:9-10).
Consequences are the unavoidable result of every action. But they can also be unbearable reminders, and in some cases, barriers to hearing God’s voice.
When King David publicly sinned, God made the consequences public. When Saul of Tarsus sinned, God swept away the consequences and set his new apostle up for the difficult but glorious task of Empire wide evangelism. We cannot always know what God’s plans are, but we can trust him.
As we cry out for the prodigals to make God their refuge, let us also cry that he will choose to deliver them from all the evil that would threaten to come against them.
“For you have made the Lord, my refuge, Even the Most High, your dwelling place. No evil will befall you, Nor will any plague come near your tent.” (Psalm 91:9–10, NASB95)