1.7.2014

5 Scriptures to Pray Over Your Marriage

I sat down to write some thoughts for a young friend getting married. I wanted these words to be encouraging but also realistic. I didn’t want to pen the typical “best wishes on your wedding day.” Wishes might be sweet for a church day full of flowers and white tulle but it takes a whole lot more for a marriage to go the distance.

So I wrote honest thoughts as they came to me:

Being married is incredibly difficult. Being married is amazing. Being married can seem impossibly hard. Being married can seem incredibly beautiful. There is no other person that can make me feel as frustrated as my husband can. There is no other person that can make me feel as loved as my husband can.

As these words tumbled out I wondered if my friend would think I was a bit crazy. One minute I painted marriage as blissful as a kite catching wind and rising to the sky. And the next minute as if the string had gotten caught in a thorny bush and sent the kite crashing to the ground with thuds of disappointment.

So which is it? Bliss or disappointment?

It’s a fragile blend of both.

In the end I crumpled up my original note and simply wrote this, “Determine to pray more words over your marriage than you speak about your marriage.” I tucked the note into the white envelope as I tucked that statement into my own heart.

5 Scriptures to Pray Over Your Marriage

I wrote that note not because it had been true for my relationship but because I suddenly realized I wanted it to be true.

The teacher being taught by her own written out lesson.

And you know what I’ve discovered in the weeks since? I haven’t been praying nearly enough for my marriage.

I think about things. I discuss things. I complain about things. I attempt to fix things. I work on things. I apologize for things. I want to change things. And then I discuss things some more.

But talking about things and thinking about things and working on things… these are not at all the same as praying for them.

In Luke 6:39 Jesus asks a very important but simple question, “Can a blind man lead a blind man? Will they not both fall into a pit?” My husband and I need Jesus leading us, guiding us, teaching us, redirecting us, and showing us how to have a marriage that honors Him and each other.

I want my husband and I to spend a lot less time in the pit this year.

And I think praying more words over my marriage will certainly be key to this. What about you? Below are some lovely Scriptures I’m weaving into my prayers right now.

But, before we end this post, will you commit to doing something with me? Let’s assign ourselves the next step we want to take with getting more intentional in praying for our marriages. If I were you right now, I’d be so tempted to think this would be a good idea but then not take the next step. But thinking about doing this won’t change a thing.

Actually getting intentional about praying for something in my marriage today is the first step toward that marriage I’ve been dreaming of – the one that seemed so possible for Art and me twenty years ago in that church full of flowers and tulle.

Making sure I’m headed in that direction as a wife is only a few intentional prayers away.

Scriptures:

“He reached down from on high and took hold of me; he drew me out of deep waters… You are my lamp, O Lord; the Lord turns my darkness into light,” 2 Samuel 22:17 and 29.

“Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone,” Colossians 4:6.

“What shall we say in response to this? If God is for us, who can be against us?” Romans 8:31.

“For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms,” Ephesians 6:12.

“Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful,” Hebrews 10:23.

If you’re seeking more encouragement for your marriage, my book Capture His Heart can help. Dr. Gary Chapman (author of The Five Love Languages) said Capture His Heart is “enjoyable, encouraging, and effective – a book women will read with eagerness.”

Today, I’m giving away 5 copies of Capture His Heart. Leave a comment below telling me what Scripture you’re praying over your marriage.

Comments

  1. Jane says

    I have been standing in faith, on God’s promises and the certainty He placed in my heart for the restoration of my marriage for over 4 years. He has been teaching me to have patience in HIM, faith in HIM, trust in HIM and confidence in HIS plan, regardless of what my circumstances are or may appear to be. I’ve learned to pray for my husband, marriage and myself is the most important and effective thing I could possibly “do.” I am committed to continuing to pray and belive in His beautiful promises. “Commit thy way unto the Lord, trust also in Him and He shall bring it to pass” Psalm 37:5.

  2. Rose says

    The verse that I am committing to pray over my marriage of almost 14 years:-) is Hebrews 10:23.My prayer is that I draw near to God with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith.That I would keep a pure heart and conscience,and that I would encourage my husband with love and good deeds.I pray that I would make it a priority to meet together as we work on finishing this race TOGETHER!

  3. Sharon walker says

    Wow I never even thought of praying a certain verse over my marriage of 17 yrs. Well now I know what I need to do. Thank you

  4. Sarah says

    I could have not gotten this at a good point in my marriage! Like one comment I also have been married for 6yrs and seen how I’ve expected more from my husband and how I’m always talking about my marriage (only to praying mom and sisters but still) I need to learn not everything needs to be shared. So I will take these scriptures and read and read and read them.. take them to heart really study them.. I can be the wife my husband desires again! With God all things are possible! With God! Wow.. Thanks again for this Lysa!!

  5. K.c. Dill says

    Praying over Ephesians 6:12. My marriage is not working at all my husband is out of my home. Praying for God to restore my family by his grace and if it is his will. Thank you for the words of inspiration and comfort. May God continue to use you as a vessel.

  6. Kris Brown says

    Eph 6 – Wives submit to your husband.

    Submission is so hard but yet so rewarding. If we first and foremost submit to God then being submissive to our spouse will come much more easily. I want to be the wife that is submissive to my husband instead of being so headstrong.

  7. Jennifer says

    Because my husband has a porn addiction, the Scripture I am praying over our marriage is “Let not sin therefore reign in your mortal body, that ye should obey the lusts thereof.” (Romans 6:12)

  8. Dottie says

    I am a widow of 6 yrs now. I have learned so much since my husband died about our marriage than when we were married. He was my god. yes, I did thank god for him daily but i allowed him to be god instead of the King of Kings. Praying that everything that God has taught me and is still teaching me, that I will learn how to be a good wife that honours God. Thank you for sharing this. I pray older brides will take hold of a new vision for their marriage because of what you shared. Blessings . . . on your marriage.

  9. Annie says

    This comes at a pivotal moment for our marriage and family. Yesterday we fought terribly but agreed to head for counseling and I reached out for that. But THIS is what I need. I have let the devil get his foothold everywhere in my life. My house, my marriage, my kids. We are in true spiritual warfare. My husband believes but I lead this charge and when I go down, we all go down. And I have been down… I was drawn to my “Jesus Calling” book and my Bible. When I opened my Bible it feel to a page on Marriage. As an Eastern Orthodox Christian, “…marriage is a Sacrament-holy, blessed, and everlasting in the sight of God…” Oh how I needed that reminder. Then in “Jesus Calling” I read 1 Peter 5:8 (my bookmark was here from a ‘while ago’) “Be sober, be vigilant: because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour.” Thank you Lysa and Proverbs 31 and all of you for your comments.

  10. Rosemarie says

    I would love to have this book, “CAPTURE HIS HEART” to glean from. My husband is a non-believer and his salvation is so important to me as I know it is to GOD. I ask that you all would continue to pray as I do. WIVES RESPECT your Husbands. This is something I am studying at this time and never thought of – Just Love played into this marriage. Now I am learning the RESPECT part and have to say that GOD is doing some amazing work here.

  11. Penny says

    Lysa, I wish I could honestly say I had a scripture that I was praying over my marriage. The reality is that our marriage has taken a back seat to parenting. We have had a very hard couple of years dealing with some really hard things with our son. Sadly, it has sapped our energy and taken our eyes off of our marriage. We celebrated 13 years of marriage this past Monday, and had plans to go out to dinner and a movie, but our plans went out the window because of issues with our son. I’ve been realizing lately that God wants us to put our marriage back in it’s rightful position and nurture it…it’s need a lot of tender loving care and it hasn’t been getting much lately. Thank you for your post and the reminder of what a special gift and blessing my marriage is and that God wants to restore it. I just found a sheet in my Bible yesterday with 31 things to pray for your husband….I think the Lord is trying to tell me something! 🙂

  12. Kerri says

    Thank you for this inspirational message. My husband of ten years & I have been physically seperated for a little over a year. We have a blended family, each with two children from a previous marriage & an awesome son together. Over the years we have lost touch with the true foundation of our marriage & became emotionally distant. I just recently began my journey with God & prayer. I have been praying for my marriage, my husband, & all of our children. I pray that it is God’s Will to join our hearts as one again. There are many versus that have helped me thru this, but mostly I pray for strength to hold on to my hope for my marriage. Psalm 28:7

  13. Sara says

    Romans 8:31 – I am getting married in September. We are going through our premarital counseling and being constantly reminded to always seek God in our relationship to continually grow closer to one another. If God is the focus of our relationship, we can weather any storm together.

  14. Linda Price says

    “Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone,” Colossians 4:6. My conversation with my husband is not always graceful and seasoned with salt. This blog has definitely encouraged me to have that listening ear and patiently answering with a spirit of positive encouragement and the love of God. I am learning that it is not about me being happy, but me showing the light of God that is within me that I can be a shining beacon in the darkness of this world to always have an answer of any one who ask that I can share with them the greatness of our God!

  15. Jami Tauer says

    Psalm 30:5, Weeping may come at night, but joy comes in the morning. We’ve been through a long hard spell, and I’m praying God’s joy will be restored to our lives and our marriage. We’ll celebrate our 20th anniversary later this year!

  16. Ruth Jones says

    My husband and I are coming up to our 28th anniversary. The journey has not been easy. As I was reading your Scripture verses Philippians 1:6 came to mind, God telling me that He will complete the good work He began. A few years ago while I was facing great despair in my marriage the hymn “Because He lives,” gave me hope to continue and believe for tomorrow. We are still on the journey together and God is faithful, gently healing and renewing. I praise and thank Him that He is with me every step of the way, He is the way.

  17. Julie Phillips says

    Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone. The first half of this verse is most valuable to me. I so often leave my husband the crumbs not the delectables from me. He should be my “BIG rock not the pebble in my day! Learned that analogy at a womens event.Fill a jar with your day’s activities. Is it full of pebbles of busyness or big rocks of quality time with your husband and children.

  18. Martha Moore says

    I have been praying Ephesians 3:16-19 “I pray that out of his glorious riches he may strengthen you with power through his Spirit in your inner being, so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith. And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge—that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God.”

  19. Sharon says

    II Samuel 22:17 29. I was married for 22 years that ended in divorce. Plain and simple I married out I the will of God. After being divorced for 5 years (due to adultery by my husband) I had just decided I would be better off with just my children and grandchildren. Well, God has different plans. God has blessed me with a Godly man and it is absolutely wonderful to have a helpmate. One to sit on pew at church and pray with me Live a life pleasing to God. My husband is such a great provider in every way that I found myself when in trouble to instantly think of my husband. I have had to realize that God brought me where I am today and that he is my only salvation in every situation I am faced with. Thanks for this new insight. Oh, and I would love the book. Lol

  20. Chris Kraemer says

    Thank you for this blog. We have been seriously struggling in our marriage for quite awhile. In fact just recently my husband said he’s emotionally given up on our marriage. At the present we are taking baby steps to work on our marriage. I definetly needed this reminder to be praying for my marriage. There for awhile I was praying Psalm 139:23-24 for my heart to be right especially when it came to my marriage. I also at times have prayed Ephesians 6:12 because my husband and I, during struggles and conflicts tend to look at each other as the enemy. Thank you for the reminder and the encouragement to be continually praying these and other verses over my marriage. I know God is not finished with us yet, He will continue the work He has started on our marriage.

  21. Nicole says

    Lysa, The verse that sings loudly to me is Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins.” – 1 Peter 4:8 God said that marriage is good and when a husband finds a wife he finds a good thing. My husband and I have been married for 8yrs and have a blended family, which it has many challenges. It seems that we are constantly at odds whether it be the kids or sexual intimacy. Please pray that I can learn to love more sacrificially at all costs. Thank you for your commitment to encouraged us to be better wives. Please consider me for your drawing on the book.

  22. Kelly says

    Lysa,
    My marriage of 17 years is on the rocks in shambles. The only reason we haven’t split is the kids and finances. He is looking for a higher paying job so we can split. I have single handedly destroyed our marriage because I live in fear of trust and intimacy. I am going to counseling to get help for this. I desparerly want to keep my marriage together.
    Thank you for the reminder to keep the hope in The Lord and his healing. To keep praying over our marriage. I have been a Christian all of my life and he is a believer too. I just can’t get out of this pit. I have read every self help book out there but that is my problem is my self-centeredness.
    I would love some of your prayers.

  23. Sandy says

    Col 4:6 “let your conversations be always full of grace,” While I am known for being sweet and considerate to all those around me, my sweet husband receives little grace from me. I see this now and am praying to turn this around.

  24. Melissa says

    I will be praying Ephesians 6:12
    It feels like every time my husband and I get into a good place with our marriage the devil becomes angrier and stronger in trying to tear our marriage apart. And before I know it he has partly succeeded. We are in a bad spot right now. I have been praying each night for help and restoration for our marriage. But what I haven’t been praying for is protection from the devil and his work.
    I have been feeling extremely beaten in my prayers. But when I heard my phone beep and looked at the email and saw the post for today I started to cry. I honestly believed that god was sending this to me as a sign that he is hearing my prayers. Me so little faith that needed something concrete to read to believe that he had heard my cry. I know he hears me, but today I really needed to have this as a knock to the head. The post about Even a great husband makes a very poor god was written for me. I have been angry at my husband all week for not saying the right think when I was hurt. I know I put my childhood losses on him to make up. But reading the words hit me on the head and made me feel sad for the pressure I have put on him and our marriage for trying to make him make up for my whole childhood. The anger, which I know is hurt that I have felt all week just melted away when I read this. It was so powerful that without even thinking I immediately wrote my husband an email apologizing for my actions and hurt that I have caused him. Ten years of marriage I have been putting this obligation on him to fulfill that took 30 years in the making from my family. If one small blog can create this kind of healing and blessing I am excited to read these two books with my husband each night. We need to turn our tv off and life and take some time for us to connect personally but also with God. These books would be the jump start to helping this happen. They would be a guidance in helping us communicate and find our way through this gift of marriage without hopefully fighting because we can’t find the right words in the moment or get off track with our own purpose. Thank you for sharing today. I am passing this gift alone to my friends so hopefully they will receive the same blessing I did today. God Bless.

  25. Melissa says

    I will be praying Ephesians 6:12
    It feels like every time my husband and I get into a good place with our marriage the devil becomes angrier and stronger in trying to tear our marriage apart. And before I know it he has partly succeeded. We are in a bad spot right now. I have been praying each night for help and restoration for our marriage. But what I haven’t been praying for is protection from the devil and his work.
    I have been feeling extremely beaten in my prayers. But when I heard my phone beep and looked at the email and saw the post for today I started to cry. I honestly believed that god was sending this to me as a sign that he is hearing my prayers. Me so little faith that needed something concrete to read to believe that he had heard my cry. I know he hears me, but today I really needed to have this as a knock to the head. The post about Even a great husband makes a very poor god was written for me. I have been angry at my husband all week for not saying the right think when I was hurt. I know I put my childhood losses on him to make up. But reading the words hit me on the head and made me feel sad for the pressure I have put on him and our marriage for trying to make him make up for my whole childhood. The anger, which I know is hurt that I have felt all week just melted away when I read this. It was so powerful that without even thinking I immediately wrote my husband an email apologizing for my actions and hurt that I have caused him. Ten years of marriage I have been putting this obligation on him to fulfill that took 30 years in the making from my family. If one small blog can create this kind of healing and blessing I am excited to read these two books with my husband each night. We need to turn our tv off and life and take some time for us to connect personally but also with God. These books would be the jump start to helping this happen. They would be a guidance in helping us communicate and find our way through this gift of marriage without hopefully fighting because we can’t find the right words in the moment or get off track with our own purpose. Thank you for sharing today. I am passing this gift alone to my friends so hopefully they will receive the same blessing I did today. God Bless.

  26. Melissa says

    I will be praying Ephesians 6:12
    It feels like every time my husband and I get into a good place with our marriage the devil becomes angrier and stronger in trying to tear our marriage apart. And before I know it he has partly succeeded. We are in a bad spot right now. I have been praying each night for help and restoration for our marriage. But what I haven’t been praying for is protection from the devil and his work.
    I have been feeling extremely beaten in my prayers. But when I heard my phone beep and looked at the email and saw the post for today I started to cry. I honestly believed that god was sending this to me as a sign that he is hearing my prayers. Me so little faith that needed something concrete to read to believe that he had heard my cry. I know he hears me, but today I really needed to have this as a knock to the head. The post about Even a great husband makes a very poor god was written for me. I have been angry at my husband all week for not saying the right think when I was hurt. I know I put my childhood losses on him to make up. But reading the words hit me on the head and made me feel sad for the pressure I have put on him and our marriage for trying to make him make up for my whole childhood. The anger, which I know is hurt that I have felt all week just melted away when I read this. It was so powerful that without even thinking I immediately wrote my husband an email apologizing for my actions and hurt that I have caused him. Ten years of marriage I have been putting this obligation on him to fulfill that took 30 years in the making from my family. If one small blog can create this kind of healing and blessing I am excited to read these two books with my husband each night. We need to turn our tv off and life and take some time for us to connect personally but also with God. These books would be the jump start to helping this happen. They would be a guidance in helping us communicate and find our way through this gift of marriage without hopefully fighting because we can’t find the right words in the moment or get off track with our own purpose. Thank you for sharing today. I am passing this gift alone to my friends so hopefully they will receive the same blessing I did today. God Bless.

  27. Grace says

    “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms,” Ephesians 6:12.

    I have to remember that we are fighting a spiritual battle. My husband and I will be celebrating 16 years of marriage tomorrow. I am inspired by you to pray even more for him and our relationship, as well as for our family. Just found out that a couple we know are divorcing and the circumstance breaks our hearts. Your sharing and this news reminds me of how grateful I ought to be for how much God has blessed us and protected us.

  28. Angel says

    We are going through a particularly difficult time after 26 1/2 years of marriage. I have not prayed for our marriage, but will begin to pray Philippians 4:6-7 “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. (NIV)”

  29. Flore says

    Ephesians 6:12 I’ ve been married for 27 years
    Recently found out that my husband has been unfaithful . I feel like leaving him cause I am very
    disappointed and hurt and mad .He had not
    Apologize . Thanks for your encouragement.

  30. says

    Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone,” Colossians 4:6.

    This is so beneficial to me. I will be approaching 10 yrs of marriage in a matter of days. These words of encouragement are just confirmation to changes I need to make in my life in order for things to get better and last more yrs to come !

  31. Cynthia says

    Thank you Lisa first for being obedient to the call thay God has placed in your life. I’ve been married for 13 years and we have been through everything a marriage could go through. And yet still remain together lately it seems that the enemy has been throwing everything at our way and God is really led me to focus more more on praying for my marriage and praying for the words that come out my mouth. So I will be focusing on all the scriptures that you suggested and some of the ones that the other ladies have posted. I stand on the fact that I know that God is for marriage and he should see no marriage dissipate so thank you

  32. Diahann Dahman says

    Romans 8:31 ” If God is for us who can be againist us.”
    God really wants our marrige to work & God really wants us to try, but most of all God really wants us to depend on Him for everything~
    After 22 years I am just getting that 🙂

    God bless You,
    Di

  33. Allie says

    Thank you, Lisa! My husband and I have been through a lot this past year. He confessed sins to me on Mother’s Day 2013 that almost destroyed our marriage. We have been working hard and praying hard about our relationship. We have gone through classes at church and are part of some wonderful small groups that are helping us to be better partners. I value the words of encouragement that I get everyday from Proverbs 31 and I value the relationship that God now has in our marriage. Forgiving is one thing and forgetting is another. I pray that God will continue to lead us down the right path. We are both still struggling with our selfishness and so I continue to pray that God makes me a good servant. Thank you for the inspiration today!

  34. Brittany says

    This couldn’t have come at a better time. 🙂

    I’m praying Colossians 4:6 over my marriage today.

    Thank you so much for this post.

  35. Stacy says

    I pray Ephesians 6:12 and Colossians 4:6 for my marriage. I really appreciate this post. I’ve been married for a little over 7 years and I’m know just realizing the what the expectations I put on my husband that only God can fulfill.

  36. Andrea says

    Thank you, Lysa! This post comes at just the right time. I have a special fondness for 1 Corinthians 13: 4-7 as that is one of the readings we used in our wedding. It reminds me that our love is the glue that keeps us together during the stressful times and that we can endure anything life throws at us when we stand firm in our commitment to each other.

  37. Karen says

    I am praying all of these verses and more! Marriage is a marathon, not a sprint. Not for the faint of heart. Recently, my husband hurt me terribly by his actions and I had to take a hard look at our relationship. He is by far the best earthly friend I have but he will never replace the Lord in my heart and life. I guess, this is what has gotten me through our recent difficulty. I know my husband is human and will make mistakes and if he is earnest in seeking forgiveness, my God will give me the strength to forgive and continue to love. Praise be to God, He is my strength, our strength!

  38. Albertina says

    Am using Hebrews 10:23 Lysa. Thank you for your words of wisdom to all women and young ladies who want to have a honorable marriage. I am a college student who desires so much to be the knid of woman and wife who brings glory to God and be the best for my husband. Your words are helping me gain the right prespective of marriage and kind of woman I am meant to be. I thank God for women like you. God bless you.

  39. Sarah Gupton says

    I pray Romans 8 over my marriage. I have been married almost 14 years and this past year has been the worst struggle of my life. Me and my husband have been separated for almost a year. I have learned a lot about myself and who I am in God. Everyday is a struggle and the cries of why??? Why would God allow me to go through this. But I know God has a plan for me and I trust him. I have learned to pray for my marriage and my husband, something I never really did before. But I know God has this!

  40. Jamie Grimes says

    I found this site searching for daily devotions, realizing I need to spend more time in God’s Word. I have been convicted by what you have written and what these ladies have so graciously opened up and have written from the heart too! Thank you for all of you. I am taking a different take on this…my verse that I am going to use is:James 3:2-12 “The tongue is a blazing flame of destruction, for it is set on fire by hell itself.” or what Henry Ward Beecher said, “Speak when you are angry and you’ll make the best speech you’ll ever regret.” I am trying to get better about not cutting my husband down “personally” and just focus on the facts that have upset me and that has gone a lot better lately. I am trying to remember for God to send the Holy Spirit upon me to give me the right words to express my frustration at the current situation. Luke 1:37 says, “For nothing is impossible with God.” Let us all put our trust in the Lord and remember that he is only the “perfect” man alive. God Bless!

  41. Therese Koehler says

    I am praying all of them. The top two are Ephesians 6:12 and Hebrews 10:23 resonated with my heart the most. Though all are needed. Thank you for sharing with us all. The remarks you made about marriage are true and sharing that with others is a beautiful gift from God. Thank you for being willing to share.

  42. Kristen says

    I do not have a scripture that I pray for our marriage, but your blog has given me much to think about. I will be searching for a scripture that I will use.

  43. Rachel says

    This was encouraging to read today. I need to do a lot less talking and thinking about things in our marriage, and a lot more praying, what a good reminder. Satan works so hard to get us intimate before marriage, and once married tries so hard to pull us apart, he will not win. If God is for us who can be against us. I am working at drawing nearer to God, and in that, drawing nearer to my husband.

  44. Chrissy says

    Ephesians 6:12 and Colossians 4:6 really hit home with me. I know I don’t always speak kind words towards my husband; God gives me grace, I need to give more grace to my husband. My words can tear him apart, and I’ve done it. And now that I’m armed with this scripture verse I can pray this over my marriage. I think I’ll write it down on a note card and “verse map” it like I learned in P31 Bible studies, then carry it with me to help remind me from time to time. But there’s also the devil which likes so much to tear us apart, so I will be praying the Eph. 6:12 as well, and probably verse map that one too. With the busyness of life, work, kids, I feel we don’t have enough time for each other; we’re almost ships passing in the night, so to speak. Thank you for your post today. A gentle reminder to be more intentional in my marriage, but also praying for my marriage. Something I never thought about. Thanks again.

  45. rosie pittams says

    I look to the hill where does my help come from? It comes from the LORD.

  46. rosie pittams says

    I look to the hill where does my help come from? It comes from the LORD. Psalms
    perfect God timing. Thank you

  47. Darlene says

    Enjoyed this post, being mindful that God needs to be first in marriage. Praying Romans 8:31 over my marriage.

  48. Sue Hillard says

    I love praying God’s Word:)

    “Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.” – Ecclesiastes 4:12