The order of `Umrah that she gave to
her husband to stand and worship
Ibn al-Jawzi mentioned that `Umrah, the wife of Habib al `Ajami awoke at night while he was sleeping, so she woke him at dawn and said to him, 'Get up! The night has gone and the day has come and in front of you is a long path, you have little provision, and the caravans of the righteous have gone before us and we have delayed!' 
Allah is the Greatest! How great is this speech and how full of benefit! And how fortunate is the house in which these words are repeated! Habib had a wife who sought to wake her husband to worship The Lord of the `Alameen. She was enjoining the good by waking up her husband for prayer, and she tried to do so in the best way, by choosing eloquent yet serious words.
The Imams Ahmad, Abu Dawud, Nasa'i, Ibn Majah, and Hakim, related from Abu Hurayrah that he said, 'The Messenger of Allah salAllahu `alayhi wa sallam said, "Allah has mercy on a man who gets up at night and prays, and wakes his wife, and if she refuses he sprinkles water on her face. Allah has mercy on a woman who gets up at night and prays, and wakes up her husband , and if he refuses she sprinkles water on his face.
 Siffaat as-Safwah 4/35
18/184 and Sunan Abu Dawud
(the printed version including `Awn al-Ma`bud), the chapters of Night Prayer 3/135, and Sunan an-Nasa'i
(the printed version including Sharh as-Suyuti),
The Book of Night and optional daytime prayers [Chapter] Encouragement of the Night prayer, 3/25; Sunan ibn Majah,
the chapters of establishing Prayer and the Sunnahs of it, [Chapter] What is said regarding one who wakes his family at night, No. 1330, 1/242; and al-Mustadrak `ala as-Sahihayn,
the Book of Optional Prayers, 1/309. Imam al-HAkim said, "This hadith is authentic according to the conditions of Muslim and they do relate it." (Previous source 1/309 and al-Hafidh adh-Dhahabi agreed with him (see at-Talkhis 1/309).
Shaykh Ahmad Muhammad Shakir said, 'It's chain is authentic .' (Hamish al-Musnad 18/184).
And Shaykh al-Albani said, 'Acceptable, authentic.' (See Sahih Abu Dawud
1/243 and Sahih Sunan an-Nasa'i
1/354, and Sahih Sunan Ibn Majah