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Parenting Paul David Tripp. Thanks for joining us on the Monday edition. All you have to do is go to FamilyLifeToday. Bob: Sarah? So, I knew it had a kind of a Petticoat Junction name to it—so I was just trying to pull—. As I have shared with audiences, all around the world, that advice was the single best spiritual discipline that Barbara and I have practiced over the years. It really was—I think the best advice you can give another couple—to either begin each day, or sometime during the day, or end each day together in prayer.
We have gentleman with us who believes in a prayer in marriage. And it is 68 words that he says will change the course of your marriage. Dennis: David is the President of Man in the Mirror ministries.
68 Words to Change Your Marriage
A number of our listeners know about that through Patrick Morley, who wrote the book, Man in the Mirror , a number of years ago. You and your wife Ruthie live in Orlando and have three children. And you have written a book that is called The Marriage Prayer —and the 68 words that can change the direction of your marriage? David: Well, basically, Pat and I deal with guys, all around the country. We hear where they are in their journey.
Hopefully, not only will it bring change in your marriage, but it also will bring some change in you. There were moments that you just felt like were so powerful as images, during those gatherings of men in those stadiums, that you wish you could somehow capture and bottle it. Dennis: —here was a man who was passionate, before God, about his wife—God not only heard him, but his wife heard him. Bob: Your 68 words are designed to spur men and women around the right things to be focused on as we pray for one another. David: Absolutely. It can become a pattern for a way of thinking and praying for your spouse.
Dennis: And then you illustrate it with a couple in a kind of a conflict that they had. David: Yes. Well, one of the great privileges of working on this book was interviewing couples—and got some case stories out of it. A couple was trying to deal with busy schedules. The wife needed her husband to try and pick up the kids. Then, for some reason, she decided to get online—she checked. David: They began to talk about it.
I was busy and I was working late. David: Yes, he did. And the interesting thing about it was—both of them were stuffing it because they were insecure about where it was going to go. They did not know how to deal with that conflict that was coming. Dennis: You mentioned a word that I think is, maybe not the root cause of why these things fester, but it can be a huge reason. Dennis: This prayer really does help build the walls around a marriage relationship; right?
Let me tell you a little story.
David: Awesome; awesome. Help me love You more than her and her more than anyone or anything else. Help me bring her into Your presence today. I want to hear her, cherish her, and serve her—so she would love You more and we can bring You glory. Was it this morning or yesterday? David: Well, it would have been, actually, the day before yesterday—because of our schedules—when we prayed together. Bob: The prayer that you prayed is the same as the one you suggest for wives to pray for their husbands, with the exception of one line.