My Prayer for You, Sister in Christ

Written by Julie

On February 17, 2021

I pray you’ll be like Eve, “mother of…living.”

I pray you’ll be like Sarah, following your husband and receiving a new name from God.

I pray you’ll be like Rebekah, working hard to be kind to others and being an answer to others’ prayers (Genesis 24:11-20).

I pray you’ll be like Shiprah and Puah, fearing God more than “the king” (Exodus 1:17).

I pray you’ll be like Miriam, watching over your siblings (Exodus 2:3-4) and singing to the Lord (Exodus 15:20-21).

I pray you’ll be like Pharaoh’s daughter, willing to save and care for a child not your own (Exodus 2:6, 10).

I pray you’ll be like Rahab, hiding those sent by God (Joshua 2:1) and becoming one of God’s people (Joshua 6:25; Matthew 1:5).

I pray you’ll be like Deborah, going fearlessly into battle (Judges 4:6-9).

I pray you’ll be like Jephthah’s daughter, encouraging your father (and others) to keep his vows (Judges 11:30-31, 34-36).

I pray you’ll be like Ruth, loyal, a hard worker (Ruth 2:7), and obedient even if the instructions are strange (Ruth 3:1-5).

I pray you’ll be like Hannah, praying fervently (1 Samuel 1:10-16) and keeping your vows (1 Samuel 1:11, 24).

I pray you’ll be like the Shunammite woman, hospitable to God’s servants (2 Kings 4:8-10).

I pray you’ll be like Esther, requiring nothing (Esther 2:15) and willing to risk your life to save others.

I pray you’ll be like the Proverbs 31 woman, virtuous, trustworthy, hard-working, providing for your household’s needs, generous, strong, wise, kind, fearing God, and remembering true beauty is in the heart.

I pray you’ll be like the queen in the time of Belshazzar, remembering and supporting God’s servant (Daniel 5:10-12).

I pray you’ll be like the Canaanite woman, insistently begging for mercy (Matthew 15:21-28).

I pray you’ll be like the five wise virgins, prepared to meet the Bridegroom.

I pray you’ll be like the woman with a blood issue (Mark 5:25-34), holding onto hope, reaching for Jesus’ hem, and being healed because of your faith. 

I pray you’ll be like the widow at the treasury (Mark 12:41-44), giving all you have to God. 

I pray you’ll be like Mary the mother of Jesus, finding favor with God and surrendering to His will.

I pray you’ll be like Elizabeth, blessing others and standing firm on what God’s said (Luke 1:59-60).

I pray you’ll be like Mary the sister of Martha and Lazarus, sitting at Jesus’ feet and hearing His words.

I pray you’ll be like Martha, desiring to serve Jesus (but not forgetting to be still and listen as well).

I pray you’ll be like the Samaritan woman at the well, receiving the Living Water.

I pray you’ll be like Tabitha (a.k.a. Dorcas), doing good works for others (Acts 9:36, 39).

I pray you’ll be like Phebe, “a servant of the church” and someone who gives help in hard times (Romans 16:1-2).

I pray that God would grant you, “according to the riches of his glory,” to be strengthened with might by His Spirit; that Christ will dwell in your hearts because of your faith; that you will be rooted and grounded in love; that you may be able to know the love of Christ, which gives knowledge; and that you will be filled with the fullness of God. (Ephesians 3:14-19)

I pray that your love will abound “more and more”; that you will approve of excellent things; that you will be sincere; and that you will be filled with the fruits of righteousness. (Philippians 1:9-11)

I pray that you will be “filled with the knowledge” of what His will is “in all wisdom and spiritual understanding;” that you will walk worthy of the Lord; that you will be fruitful in good works; that you will increase in the knowledge of God; that you will be strengthened with might, according to His power, to be patient and joyful; and that you will give thanks to the Father. (Colossians 1:9-12)



Hi, I'm Julie, a 18-year-old lover of books, music, and Jesus. I'm a senior in high school (Abeka Academy) and have been blogging for three years. I also co-publish a digital magazine called Priceless geared toward teen girls. My desire is to use my words to glorify my Saviour and to encourage you in your walk with God. I'd love to hear from you!

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Bob Miller
Bob Miller
3 years ago

Hi Julie! Good writing! Very encouraging for the sisters! Keep up the good work (writing)!

Last edited 3 years ago by Bob Miller