- 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, please bring the prodigal sons and daughters of my church family to the place of not fearing the wicked or wealthy living around them. Help them learn to rest in You and wait patiently for Your guidance in their lives (Psalm 37:7).
Fear can carry both the meaning of fright, or of respect. This is a prayer that our prodigals will not give undue respect to the wicked – and in particular those whose wealth is the wealth of wickedness.
The challenge of Psalm 37 is to trust in the Lord, no matter what comes you way. After all even the extravagant wealth of the wicked is short lived in the grand scheme of things.
Lord, help our prodigals not to look with awe, respect, or fear upon those who are currently experiencing the only heaven they will ever know.
“Rest in the Lord and wait patiently for Him; Do not fret because of him who prospers in his way, Because of the man who carries out wicked schemes.” (Psalm 37:7, NASB95)