Blessing Prayer For My Son Protection
At the beginning of the Blessing Prayer for My Son Protection, we prayed for our child’s safety. Now we add protection from the devil and the dangers of the world. As we said those words, our son’s protection is in Your hands. May he find refuge under Your wings, and may You grant him the strength to battle the devil. That way, he will be protected from harm.
Lord, may my son find refuge under Your wings
In the Psalms, we hear the word “refuge,” which means comfort. We are reminded of God’s promise to cover us in pinions, or wings. He will provide a refuge for us under His wings, so that we can find peace and security in His presence. When we have a hard time facing life’s challenges, God will always be there for us.
This phrase is also found in Psalm 91, where the concept of God’s presence is deeper and more meaningful. We read that God is our refuge and the source of our victory. Our refuge is His presence. Taking refuge in God’s presence is an act of trust. Psalm 91:4 describes the protection, comfort, and guidance that God gives us in His presence.
Lord, may my son never fear the terrors of the night or the dangers of the day
A prayer like this can help a child become free from the fears of the night and day. The Bible references the fear of darkness in several places. In the ancient world there were no electric lights or city lamp posts. As a result, nighttime posed more dangers. Enemies tended to hide in darkness, which made crimes committed at night more likely. But not only were crime crimes more likely to occur during nighttime, but crimes committed during the daytime were also common. The daytime was also dangerous as enemies could see targets, and shoot arrows at those who would attack.
In this prayer, we ask the Lord to make our child free from fear. The Lord is the only one who can protect us from the evil forces, and He will make us safe from these evils. We can pray to Him that our son will never be afraid of the day or night, and that he will grow up free from fear and the terrors of the day.
God tells us that we are all prone to fear evil, but the Bible gives us a good example of this in the form of a dream. The Lord told Solomon that if he would pray to the Lord and seek His help, he would be delivered from the evil. His dream was a dream that showed the Lord had given him something good.
A prayer like this will give a child peace and strength as well as help him avoid adversity. It’s an affirmation of God’s wisdom to shield a child from the smallest of accidents. The Lord is the source of wisdom and a child’s fear will be unfailingly removed by his protector. If the Lord is willing to protect a child from a petty evil, he is doing his son a favor.
A psalm by Mary B.M. Duncan, “Under the Shadow”, focuses on the role of faith in war and peace. The Psalms are the most famous examples of faith in God. The Bible is full of them, and each of them explains the role of faith in the development of our children. The prayer is a powerful reminder of the importance of faith in such a crucial aspect of a person’s life.
Psalm 121: a psalm of faith in God. This prayer contains all the ascriptions of God we have to praise and trust in Him. The psalmist speaks of God as MY GOD and in a sweet communion with him. So, no matter what a child may experience, he is never alone.
Lord, give my son the strength to resist the devil
As a spiritual leader, a father has a role to play in protecting his family from the attacks of the devil. It is essential to obey God’s commandments and walk in the power of His Spirit. Defying God will only give the devil access to those under his authority. The key to resisting the enemy is to abide in Christ, which can be found in Matthew 19:17, John 14:15, James 4:7-10, and Romans 6-8.
The key to resisting the devil is to stand firm against his assaults. If you give in occasionally, you will be tempted more easily in the future. However, if you stand firm and resist temptation consistently, the devil will flee before you. This will strengthen you to resist temptation and will give you the strength to resist temptation. It is imperative to understand the teachings of the Savior and to pray consistently.
It is vital to remember that the enemy will flee from a disciple who can stand firm against him. The disciple has the name of Jesus on his lips, has submitted to the Lord, and has washed his mind in the Word. By standing firm against the enemy, it will make the devil flee, and his ego will be shaken. This is the strength of a Christian!