Prayer For Worried Mother

If, like me, you are a mother who worries about her children, this series of prayer for worried mother is for you. The children are all grown up now and living their own lives, but we still worry about them. However, worrying accomplishes nothing. I’ve been doing some study on the topic of worry and discovered that worrying is a sin; it means to put my trust in my own strength rather than God’s. And so, I am making an effort not to worry and pray instead. And, I’d like to share my prayers with you if you are a fellow mother who worries.

Prayer For Worried Mother

A Prayer For Worried Mother

Lord, hear my prayer.

As a mother, I am very worried about my children. Please keep them safe and bring them joy in the midst of all the challenges they face.

Lord, hear me when I pray for them. Amen.[1]

  • In addition to praying for your children and their children, you can also pray for your grandchildren (and their grandchildren). You’re probably going to have some long nights ahead of you praying over each one of these little ones—so why not make it easier on yourself by writing out some prayers beforehand?
  • The same goes for great-grandchildren: if there’s ever been a good time to write out some prayers ahead of time, this would be it!

If, like me, you are a mother who worries about her children, this series of prayer for worried mother is for you.

If, like me, you are a mother who worries about her children, this series of prayer for worried mother is for you.

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This is the second in the series of prayer for worried mothers.

The children are all grown up now and living their own lives, but we still worry about them.

As a mother, you are right to worry. Worrying is not a sin and it shows that you love your children. When God created Eve and Adam, He told them to “be fruitful and multiply” (Genesis 1:28). That command was given before the fall of man and still applies today. Your desire to bear children is not just a biological instinct but also a spiritual one; by giving birth to children, you fulfill God’s commandment that we be fruitful and multiply our kind.

When you think about how many problems there are in this world—war, famine, disease—it may seem impossible for anyone to raise healthy families without some degree of worrying about them getting hurt or worse by forces beyond your control. But if we have faith in God’s ability as Creator of heaven and earth then we can rest assured knowing He will protect His creation from harm whenever possible (Genesis 1:31-2:4)

However, worrying accomplishes nothing.

However, worrying accomplishes nothing. Worrying does not change the outcome of a situation. It does not change the situation or prepare you for it in any way. It’s nothing but an exercise in futility, and if you’re doing it because you believe it’s going to help bring about a better result, then I’d suggest you stop right now and consider what kind of relationship you want with God.

Worrying can be useful at times—if there is something we can do about our situation, worry can help us prepare for what might happen next. However, worrying about things that are out of our control only leads to an unnecessary emotional roller coaster ride (or worse).

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I’ve been doing some study on the topic of worry and discovered that worrying is a sin; it means to put my trust in my own strength rather than God’s.

Worry is a sin. It means to put my trust in my own strength rather than God’s. Worry accomplishes nothing and it’s a waste of time, energy and emotion.

It is important for me to remember that God has everything under control!

And so, I am making an effort not to worry and pray instead.

So, I am making an effort not to worry and pray instead.

  • Worrying is a sin. The Bible says, “Casting all your care upon Him; for He cares for you” (1 Peter 5:7). That doesn’t mean we should be careless with our responsibilities or place ourselves in danger—it means that when things are out of our control, we must surrender them to God.
  • Putting trust in God also means trusting that His plans are good and perfect—even if they aren’t what we want them to be. We can rest assured in knowing that there is no sorrow or suffering too big for our loving Father to bear.
  • Praying instead of worrying will help us keep our focus off of the future and onto Christ who has already overcome death on our behalf! Let us join together as fellow mothers who share this ministry so that we might encourage each other through prayer whenever needed(Philippians 4:2).

And, I’d like to share my prayers with you if you are a fellow mother who worries.

  • *Dear Lord,
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I pray for the children of my friend, who suffers from anxiety and stress. Please help her to feel more peace in her heart and mind. Help her to trust you through this time of worry and fear. Give her strength so that she can continue to be a good mom, wife, daughter and friend even when she feels overwhelmed by fear. Let her know that you are there with her as she faces challenges in life. Through Christ’s love I pray…

Amen

Here is my prayer for worried mothers.

  • Pray for the children. Pray that they will be safe and protected. Pray that they will be happy, healthy, and that parents are doing a good job raising them.
  • Pray for peace in our world—a world filled with so much conflict and sadness already. We can’t grow up in this world without seeing some things we didn’t want to see or experiencing things we didn’t want to experience. Let’s pray for an end to wars, terrorist attacks, murder and other violence. Let’s pray for people who have been affected by tragedy but are still able to find hope in their lives again..
  • Pray for strength during hard times so we don’t give up on ourselves when life gets tough!

Conclusion

And so, I am making an effort not to worry and pray instead. And, I’d like to share my prayers with you if you are a fellow mother who worries.

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