Theme: Fighting for Your Daughter(s) through Prayer

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Prayer Focus: That Your Daughter Will Learn What not to Do

Potiphar’s wife makes her cameo in the Bible in Genesis 39. To summarise the chapter, for those who don’t recognise this name, she was the one responsible for having Joseph (of technicolour dream coat fame) put in jail under false rape allegations.

Potiphar’s wife, like Athaliah, is another example of what not to do! However she is also an example of the scripture that says that God will make our enemies our footstools. For, as explained in this devotional, one function of footstools is to help us to step up and elevate ourselves. They help us to access previously unreachable places. Therefore, our “enemies” (whether they be people or negative circumstances) can actually be blessings in disguise serving as “footstools” because without them we would never ascend towards our purpose.

This was certainly true of Joseph. If Potiphar’s wife had not falsely accused him, he would never have met the Pharaoh’s butler and baker in prison (Genesis 40). If he had not met them and interpreted their dreams, then he would never have been called upon to interpret Pharaoh’s dreams and definitely would then never have become second only to Pharaoh in Egypt (Genesis 41:38-45) and so on.

Potiphar’s wife is therefore a reminder that God’s thoughts are not of evil towards you. Even when it doesn’t look like it, He wishes you nothing but peace; wants to establish your hopes and give you a future (Jeremiah 29:11).


Father God, Grant my daughter wisdom and discernment in pursuing fruitful and flourishing relationships. May she find wonderful fellowship with friends who will continually lift her up and never put her down. Send her friends who appreciate her unique talents and gifts. May she have relationships with her siblings and extended family that fill her cup and not cause her strife or tension. Show her grace, mercy and patience with all those she considers family. And may she seek a romantic relationship with a man who will honor her, love her for who she is, respect her and cherish her. Give her a marriage worthy of heaven. Give me the heart space to welcome this man with open arms, with acceptance, and with gratitude to You for sending him to my daughter. Amen.

Daily Prayer of Blessings

My daughter, you are my child whom I love; with you I am well pleased. I love you with all my heart, and so does God!

I speak all good blessings into you as a daughter; I call your spirit to life, breaking every curse spoken or send against you. I speak life into your soul that you may rise up and not fall down.

May you be surrounded with quality friends:

who build-up instead of tear-down

who inspire godliness, instead of provoke evil

who are faithful to you, rather than flighty

who are passionate about you, not apathetic towards you,

who don’t compare, who are not vain

who will encourage you to guard your heart

I give to you the blessing of my prayers. You are worthy, you are holy, you are blessed, you are wanted, you are loved.

I love you and bless you with the promises of God. You are His and have been set apart from the world for His Holy purposes.

I bless you with God’s everlasting love, wisdom, peace, and joy. I bless you with sexual purity, marital fidelity, and many children of your own May God continue to keep His hand of favor and prosper you in all that you do, and may you serve our Lord Jesus Christ all the days of your life.  Amen

On the 15th Day,  you will make a pledge.
(Make a pledge in your heart, if you have a prayer journal, you can write there)

What is Expected of You after the 21st Day?

On the 21st Day, today, You will be expected to give a special offering in faith and gratitude that God has heard your prayers for your son’s life. Since we are Christians, we know that giving of ourselves, our time, our gifts, and yes, our money, to others in this world is an act of faith. Whether we are giving to the church, to our neighbor, to children overseas that we’ve never met… it’s what we do.

We do it because we know it’s what we do as servants of the one who says “love the Lord your God with all your heart mind and soul – and love your neighbor as yourself.”

We give as a result of that little mustard seed of faith we have within us. Faith in God’s promises that have been delivered to us, yet remain unseen.

When we give we declare our freedom from the hold materialism has over our lives. We declare our commitment to something greater, something more important and more significant than the “almighty” dollar.

By giving away without restriction, we declare our faith and confidence in God almighty, creator of all that is. Faith and confidence in what He has done for our sake.

When we give, we are declaring that the faith God has given us in his promises is enough. That the faith we have is enough for us to jump in head first into doing His work in the world – to give as we have already received.

Therefore, on the 15th Day, which is today, you will make a pledge.

(Make a pledge in your heart, if you have a prayer journal, you can write there)

A pledge is different from a donation or contribution. It is a commitment and an assumption of responsibility. To make a pledge is to venture a relationship.

While the Online congregation unquestionably needs your support to continue its mission and ministry, the act of pledging affects everyone who makes a pledge.

The call to pledge invites us to rethink our relationship to our treasure, whether great or small.

Are we willing to allow God to come between us and money?

Can we say to God, “All that I have is yours,” and then make that sentiment real with concrete action? Certainly, when we allow God into our lives, we also open ourselves to the transforming power of his generosity and love. This reminds us that we can never go before Him empty handed. However, If you are genuinely experiencing financial hardship, you can consider giving your offering at a later date.

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