If you’re looking for relationship prayers that can help you heal your relationship, then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll be discussing how to pray for your spouse or partner when things in your marriage or relationship are rocky. This is a guide on how to pray for healing in relationships, and it will show you specific ways to pray for your marriage so that you can improve the way things are going with your spouse. And if you like what I’m about to discuss here, then I want to encourage you to check out my video program:
Healing Relationship Prayers For Couples That Are Struggling
1. Oftentimes, we find ourselves in the midst of a rough patch in our relationships.
Sometimes, it can feel like relationships are just not meant to be. You may have gone through some rough patches in your life and had to deal with many painful experiences. You might have been hurt by others or felt that you were not loved and appreciated enough by others. All of these things could lead to feeling unloved, unwanted, abandoned and lonely.
The good news is that God loves us unconditionally! He wants us to know how much He cares about us individually as well as together as a couple or family unit. When we experience pain in our relationships due to betrayal from others or because of the difficulty in communicating effectively with each other then we need healing prayers for couples who are struggling so they can begin rebuilding trust again after being burned badly by someone else’s foolish behavior which led them into making bad decisions down through time when things got too complicated between old friends back home after spending time overseas while serving overseas together during times such as World War II when they first met up again after fifteen years apart due mostly because one lived far away overseas while serving there throughout most of their lives prior until finally retiring back home where both grew up but never got married due mostly because neither wanted kids so decided against having any anyway even though they wanted marriage instead; thus becoming lifelong friends who ended up marrying each other later on down through time when both were ready at last after living abroad together since retiring from military service five years earlier than expected due mostly because they missed being apart from each other too much due mainly because
2. It could be that we are fighting with our spouse over some silly thing.
It could be that we are fighting with our spouse over some silly thing. It could be that we are feeling frustrated or upset because of something they did or said. It could be that we feel hurt by something they did and want to get back at them in some way.
It could be that we are angry and want to lash out at the person who has hurt us, even if it is our spouse. It could also be that we feel jealous of what they have done with someone else, but do not know how to deal with this feeling without causing problems between us and them.
How can couples pray for each other when things are not going well? There are so many different ways people deal with their feelings when their relationship is struggling!
3. At other times, it might be that we are at the end of our rope.
At other times, it might be that we are at the end of our rope. We feel like we cannot take it anymore, that this relationship is going to destroy us and if it doesn’t work out now then it never will. If this is where you are in your relationship right now, I want you to keep reading and understand that there are ways through the pain and suffering into a deeper healing love for each other and yourself.
4. Sometimes we feel like breaking up is the only option.
Sometimes we feel like breaking up is the only option. It’s an easy way out and a comfortable decision to make, but just because it’s easy doesn’t mean it’s good for you. Break ups are not always the best solution for problems in your relationship and here’s why:
- You can still make things better
- You can still save your relationship
- You can still save your marriage
Besides all of that, break ups often lead to divorce, which is never good for children or families! There are other ways to deal with problems in relationships besides breaking up, and they’re much more effective long-term solutions than just walking away from each other forever (which only leads to resentment).
5. But, when you know that you want to keep your marriage or relationship together, you might feel like you need to do something else.
But, when you know that you want to keep your marriage or relationship together, you might feel like you need to do something else. You can pray for healing in your relationship. You can pray for God to bring healing to your relationship. You can pray for God to bring healing to your marriage and also have a prayer partner who knows what is going on in their life too so they can focus the prayers on them both individually as well as together.
You could also try praying more often with someone whom has gone through a similar situation before who understands how powerful prayer is when it comes down hard times like these because if one thing gets harder than another then all we have left is our faith (which means our faithfulness) so this person may not even know how much love they are giving me right now just by being there during this tough time which gives me strength throughout my day knowing someone cares enough about me that they would take time out of their busy schedule just so they can give me some hope while helping us through this difficult part of our lives where things aren’t going according
6. If you find yourself wanting to pray for your relationship more than anything else right now, then I want to encourage you.
If you find yourself wanting to pray for your relationship more than anything else right now, then I want to encourage you. God wants to heal every broken relationship in our lives and bring restoration and wholeness. He will use prayer as the means of bringing about this healing and restoration.
There are many prayers that can be prayed for the healing of a marriage or relationship. We have included some of those below:
- Prayer For Healing Of A Relationship
- Prayer For Restoration Of A Relationship
7. There is truth in the saying ‘pray as if everything depends on God, but work as if everything depends on you.’
Pray for God to help you see your partner’s point of view.
Pray for strength to do your part in the relationship.
Pray for God to heal your marriage and restore it.
Pray that God gives you wisdom and understanding as a couple.
8. In other words, do your part to make things better in your relationship.
In other words, do your part to make things better in your relationship. If prayer is the language of love, then we must pray for healing in our relationships. We can ask God for help, commit ourselves to doing our part and work on our relationships as well as pray for our partner’s healing or forgiveness (1 Corinthians 13:7). Pray for their safety and health (Psalm 91:10), honor and respect them above all others (Ephesians 5:33), be honest with them (Ephesians 4:25), be patient with them even when they don’t deserve it because you know how precious they are to you (1 Peter 3:9) and keep praying!
9. Watch these videos to learn how to pray for healing in your relationship.
- Prayer is powerful, and it can help your relationship.
- Pray for your spouse.
- Pray for your relationship.
- Pray for your marriage.
- Pray for your partner.
- Pray for your children (if you have any). For example: God, please bless my husband with wisdom and strength as he raises our kids to be respectful, responsible adults in their own homes someday; or God, please bless my wife’s heart so that she can see how much I love her even when she’s angry at me; or God, please give us guidance on what to do about our teenage daughter’s rebelliousness so that we don’t lose her forever!
There is truth in the saying ‘pray as if everything depends on God, but work as if everything depends on you.’ In other words, do your part to make things better in your relationship.