When ________’s heart is broken, let her (him) find You, God, right there; if she (he) is kicked in the gut, help her (him) catch her (his) breath.
I pray that _______ would love you, God, with her (his) whole heart: loving You with all that’s in her (him), loving You with all she’s (he’s) got – her (his) whole heart, soul and strength!
Lord, because You are with ________ wherever she (he) goes, let her (him) be strong and courageous. Let Your presence be greater to her than any fear or discouragement she (he) may have.
Show yourself to _______ as Jehovah Rophe, the God who is the healer of all her (his) injuries and wounds.
I know, dear God, that you care nothing for the surface—you want us, our true selves—and so I ask that ________ will give from the heart, honestly and happily.
Father, I pray that ________ will be able to lie down and sleep in peace knowing that You alone, O Lord, will keep her (him) safe and secure.
Jesus, at just the right time, please comfort ________ with your words, “Don’t let this throw you. You trust God, don’t you? Trust me.”
Lord, I pray that ________ will make it her (his) aim and ambition to cheerfully please You regardless of her (his) conditions.
Master, I pray that You will help ________ to be even-tempered, content with second place, quick to forgive an offense; to forgive as quickly and completely as You have forgiven her (him). And regardless of what else she (he) puts on, to wear love. It’s her (his) basic, all-purpose garment that she (he) should never be without.
Lord, You have chosen ________ for a new life of love. I pray that she (he) will dress in the wardrobe You have picked out for her (him): compassion, kindness, humility, quiet strength, discipline.