The two most important ways to make your marriage happy and successful is to Pray and sacrifice for it. Prayer is an important way we communicate to God about our desires and so when you take time to pray for marriage, you are simply telling God what you want for your marriage.
Prayers for a successful marriage are a good step in creating reliable, “life-long marriage bond”. We have heard testimonies of how prayers have helped many couples achieve great things in their relationships. There’s really a need to pray for marriage.
Why should you pray For Marriage?
Obviously, you and I know that marriage is not that easy, more especially when there are so many things craving for that little time you have.
The daily activities have made so many couples abandon their marriage to go through many hurdles. However, with prayer so many things could be taken care of.
Question is, what do you pray for marriage about?
I will show you a little while.
7 Important Prayer Points To Pray For Family.
1) Prayer of Thanksgiving:-
Firstly, there need to appreciate God who brought the two of you together in the first place, before you ask for the blessings that follow.
Thank God for your spouse, and for your whole family and ask for all his blessings.
Let’s pray together:-
Dear father, I thank you for bringing us together as one in marriage. You said in your word (Ephesians 5: 31) that “For this reason, a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh.” Father give us the grace to continue to live together as one. Let all the efforts of the devil to separate us be frustrated in Jesus’ name.
2) Pray For Your Spouse:
Learn to pray for your partner, that God will always strengthen him or her in all things. If it entails holding hands to pray, do it, and if not, you can pray alone, but just make sure you pray for your partner.
Pray Like This
Heavenly Father I thank you for this wonderful one you gave me as a partner. In James 1: 17, ” Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.