Have you ever prayed for God to change your husband's heart about something only to find out that it was your heart that needed changing, not his.
I can recall a time when this was the case:
One was when we just starting attending out current church and I didn't feel like it was a right fit for us. I felt it was time for us to go somewhere else. I kept asking my husband if we could leave and attend some other places. He continued to say, "I don't think it is time yet. I think God wants us to stay here for a while longer." So, I prayed, "Lord, change his mind, let him see things my way." Come to find out, God changed my heart about our church and now I can't imagine going somewhere else.
If you have ever read the book by Stormie Omartian, Power of a Praying Wife, you know that the first thing she tells you to pray for when praying for your husband is for his wife. It is a hard concept to grasp, but it definitely helps me check my motives. Am I trying to get my husband to do what I want or what God wants? Ultimately I want to do what God wants always, but sometimes I get sidetracked.