10 Perfect Prayers for Grandma

Isaiah 46:4-5
Faithful Lord, I praise You because even in my old age and grey hairs You are Lord, Lord who will sustain me. Father You made me, and You will carry me; You will sustain me, and You will rescue me. No one compares to You, no one counts as Your equal. I thank You for keeping me for all these years, thank You for the many blessings that You have given to me, Amen.

Proverbs 17:6
Precious Father, we thank You for the crowns of my life – my grandchildren. We thank You for blessing us with family that has given us so much joy in life. We love You with all of our heart, soul and mind and we pray that You continue to keep the crowns of our life. We pray that You continue to bless each generation in my bloodline like You have blessed me, Amen.

2 Timothy 1:5
Wonderful Counsellor, I pray for every grandma that their faith in You remains sincere, so that this faith can be seen across generations within their family. Let the same faith that they have in You, be seen in their children and their children’s children and so on, so that they may live on within them when they reunite with You in heaven. We pray for divine protection, guidance and understanding in the generations to come, Amen.

Psalm 37:25
Righteous God, I was young, now I am older, and I give You thanks! You have remained faithful to me in all my years of living. I have never seen the righteous forsaken or their children begging for bread. Lord, You have kept my family and I in the difficult times and have given me hope in my hopelessness. With You, all things are possible, with You I know that I am safe because You have never let me down, Amen.

Psalm 92:14
Holy God, I thank You and pray that as every grandma grows older, they will acknowledge that they still have purpose. Your word says that they can still bear fruit in old age, and they will stay fresh and green. Lord I adore You because the world around us suggests that the older people get, the less they have to offer, but Father You still use them and still allow them to bear good fruit through You! So, we thank You for entrusting every grandma with Your works, and choosing them to bear Your precious fruit, Amen.

Titus 2:1-4
Mighty Saviour, I pray that as a grandma, You help me to be temperate, worthy of respect, self-controlled and sound in faith, in love and in endurance. I pray that I remain reverent in the way that I live, not to be a slanderer or addicted to alcohol, but to teach what is good. I pray that my life continues to be an example to those around me so that they too can be encouraged to live reverently for You, Amen.

2 Timothy 3:14-15
Precious Lord, teach me to number my days so that I may gain a heart of wisdom. I declare that as time passes, I will gain understanding so that my lifestyle reflects You. Father, I thank You for the days that You have given me so far: the good and the bad, because they have made me the individual that I am today. I pray that I continue to appreciate time so that my children and their children can live by my example, Amen.

Proverbs 17:22
Awesome Healer, as I grow older, life does not get easier. My physical body often feels weak, but I pray not just for my physical body. I pray for my heart, and pray that it remains cheerful, for this is good medicine; a crushed spirit dries up the bones. Lord, I pray that I hold onto joy, despite the trials that I face so that I can spread this joy to those around me, Amen.

Isaiah 40:28-32
Everlasting God, glory be to Your Name! You are the Creator of the ends of the earth, You will not grow tired or weary, and Your understanding no one can fathom. Lord, I adore You because You give strength to the weary, You have increased my power in times of weakness. Lord, I place my hope in You because You will renew my strength, You will help me soar on wings like eagles. With You, I will run and not grow weary, I will walk and not be faint, Amen.

Colossians 3:12
Heavenly Father, I rejoice for we are Your chosen people, holy and dearly loved! We pray that you will clothe every grandma with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Let patience be the garment that they put on each day so that they can live in peace. We declare that they shall fill their heart with Godly attributes – especially patience and understanding – so that every grandma can live as an example to their family and their children; this we pray, Amen.

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