Section: Marriage is where God and I both failed. I have learned that people are easily triggered and prone to losing their temper, especially when they’re under a lot of stress. After all, one of the most stressful times in my life was when we were planning our wedding. Before getting married I had no idea how much work goes into planning a wedding and I definitely didn’t realize how expensive it would be. In addition to the gifts we received from friends and family, we spent hundreds of dollars on the dress (which was custom made) and two different bridesmaids dresses which ended up being a complete waste of money because they were returned after wearing them only once or twice (talk about bad fashions). In retrospect, we could have saved so much money by not buying designer dresses but at the time it seemed like an excellent idea to spend tens of thousands of dollars on things that would probably end up getting tossed in a drawer somewhere months later. Thankfully our first child has finally reached adulthood and she’s even had more stylish clothes thanks to my mother’s ability to sew (and style!) with ease!
Section: When I got married there were many things that I knew nothing about but eventually gained knowledge over time through trial-and-error. For instance, I never knew how hard it would be for me to get pregnant until 3 months before my doctor told me that our baby wasn’t going to survive past birth. And when deciding whether or not you should start trying for your baby right away is also one area where you can easily go wrong if you don’t know enough information about pregnancy and all its various stages. Thankfully my husband was patient enough with me during this process as he waited until after Christmas before asking me out on a date since he knew that my recovering body wouldn’t feel well enough for regular outings; otherwise we might have run into this issue
Powerful Prayers For Divorce Healing
1. I cry out to you, dear Lord, to help me in my trials.
This prayer is a cry for help from God. It expresses the need to handle pain and trials in our lives, especially during times of divorce healing. The speaker recognizes that God is good at helping us through difficult times, and they want Him to do just that. The person knows they are not alone in their struggles, because they know of other people who have suffered through divorce as well.
The speaker asks that God help them grow through their trials and experience healing from the hurts caused by divorce. They also seek forgiveness from those who may have been hurt or offended by something they said or did during the course of their marriage; this request shows maturity on behalf of the speaker as well as humility regarding their own part in causing division between themselves and others. Finally, they ask God’s guidance in moving forward towards a better future after such an unpleasant start to life after marriage
2. Lord, in this time of trial and despair, I lift up my eyes to You.
You are not alone. God is always there for you and He will never leave you. He is a good and faithful God, who works miracles in the lives of those who believe.
God is a God of hope. He knows all things and sees you through the difficult times that life throws at us – especially when we feel like giving up!
In this time of trial and despair, I lift up my eyes to You.
3. God, I am struggling with the possibility of a divorce.
God, I am struggling with the possibility of a divorce. I have been praying for healing, but I still feel like a failure.
Divorce can be devastating for all involved. It’s not something that anyone enters into lightly, and it can leave us feeling like we’ve failed at our commitments to each other, to our children and even to ourselves. But God is good at healing hurts when we let Him — and He wants to use the pain you’re facing now as an opportunity for His goodness and grace in your life.
God is a God of mercy and grace (Hosea 2:14) — He loves us even when we fail or disappoint Him (Romans 5:8). And divorce is not the end of the world — it’s just one part of life that you’ll get through together with Christ leading the way (2 Corinthians 1:3-4).
4. Heavenly Father, thank you for the gift of marriage.
Heavenly Father, thank you for the gift of marriage. Marriage is a covenant between two people. It is a partnership and an opportunity for growth in love and understanding. Marriage is not to be taken lightly; it is to be cherished and protected by both parties as a sacred union between you and your spouse.
In Jesus’ name I pray, Amen!
5. Father, in your word you say there is no fear in love; perfect love drives out fear.
Father, in your word you say there is no fear in love; perfect love drives out fear.
You are the source of all love and your perfect love is a shield, fortress, refuge and stronghold for me.
6. My faith in you grows with each new challenge and test that comes my way.
As you face the challenges of divorce, remember that God is always with you. He will never abandon you, and he will never leave your side. Jesus Christ is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.
I know this can be difficult to imagine when you feel like your world has collapsed around you. But Jesus said that one day we will see him face-to-face (Revelation 22:4). Until then, let me offer some encouragement: no matter what happens in life—no matter how many storms come our way—God is still good, still just, and still faithful!
7. Father, forgive me for my sins. Cleanse my body and soul by Your Precious Blood.
Father, forgive me for my sins. Cleanse my body and soul by Your Precious Blood. Help me to walk in the light of Your truth, always aware of how You want me to live my life.
Father, I know that I can only be at peace with others if I am first at peace with You. Take away any anger or bitterness towards those who have hurt me during this difficult time in my life. Give me the strength to forgive like You have forgiven us all our sins through Christ Jesus our Lord.”
8. Help me to walk alone, if need be and know that I will always have your blessing on my life.
As you embark on this new journey, God will walk with you every step of the way. He will never leave you or forsake you. He will give strength to your heart and mind to face what lies ahead. Trust in Him with all your heart and lean not unto thine own understanding, but in all thy ways acknowledge Him (Proverbs 3:5-6). You may need to make some tough decisions about how to proceed from here but rest assured that God is there for each decision that needs making so that nothing is too hard for thee (Psalms 3:2). He will help guide and direct your path as well as strengthen your spirit through this difficult time.
God promises prosperity and peace when we follow His principles found within His word, The Bible! As Christians we are called upon often times by our Lord Jesus Christ Himself To Pray For Our Enemies And Bless Those Who Curse Us! When we make these prayers a part of our daily lives then God has promised us many wonderful things including blessings beyond measure
Hebrews 4:16 says…So let us come boldly before the throne of grace (our Father), where we may obtain mercy not only for ourselves but also for those who have gone astray without knowing it because they did not know what they were doing while they were doing it..
9. Lord Jesus Christ, please hear our prayer and bless us with your grace as we stand before You today.
Lord Jesus Christ, please hear our prayer and bless us with your grace as we stand before You today. We come before you humbly asking for healing from the pain of divorce.
It’s hard to ask for help after something so devastating has happened in your life, but you have been there before and know what it’s like. When Peter denied You, You asked him three times if he loved You before forgiving him (Luke 22:61-62). When Thomas doubted Your resurrection, You didn’t give up on him (John 20:25-29). When Mary Magdalene had doubts about who You were after all she had been through with death and sin, she too received Your forgiveness (John 20:17).
We are all imperfect people who fall short of God’s glory often times (Romans 3:23), but that doesn’t mean we can’t receive His mercy or grace when we need it most—and neither can you!
10. Help us continue forward without bitterness or animosity towards those who wronged us or hurt us so deeply.
- Pray for the other person. Pray they will be healed and find their way to healing as well.
- Pray for the children involved in this divorce and their parents, grandparents and others who are raising them or had a role in their lives.
- Pray for yourself as you continue forward without bitterness or animosity towards those who wronged us or hurt us so deeply – because even though our hearts may ache, God loves us unconditionally and wants only good things for us!
11. I ask You to bear the pain that is felt so deeply within our hearts and help ease this burden of grief that has been placed upon us.
I ask You to bear the pain that is felt so deeply within our hearts and help ease this burden of grief that has been placed upon us. We do not know what lies ahead of us or how much longer we will remain in this space of hurt, but I pray that it may be short-lived and soon replaced with a sense of peace and hope. God knows all things, even those that are hidden from view by our own minds. He knows exactly what needs to happen next in order for Him to heal every broken part inside us, both individually as well as together as a family unit and community at large.
God’s Word says that “He heals the brokenhearted…and binds up their wounds” (Psalm 147:3). The one who created everything is able to bring restoration into your life after disappointment, sorrows or loss; after divorce comes healing! Even when we don’t know what tomorrow will bring, God does—and He wants nothing more than for His people not only survive these trials but thrive through them with joy!
12. Loving Father, please help us understand what our children are feeling. Give us strength and wisdom as we work through these emotions together.
- Children are affected by divorce. Divorce is not easy for adults, but it can be even more difficult for children to understand.
- Children need to be heard and understood. They often feel they are the only ones feeling this way, so don’t let your own hurt prevent you from listening to what your child has to say.
- Children need reassurance that they are loved by both parents despite any differences between them in the future relationship with their parents (or any other family members).
- Children need guidance through this process of change in order that they can begin adjusting their lives accordingly after a divorce occurs in their family unit .
- They also need encouragement when asking questions regarding why things have changed so drastically now compared before when life seemed so happy then too , especially if there were problems within a marriage already evident prior – although perhaps ignored or overlooked until now because we all want our children’s happiness above anything else!
13. Divorce can be devastating for all involved but God is good at healing hurts when we let Him
Divorce is a difficult thing to go through, but God is good and He’s in control. God can heal our broken hearts when we let Him. Divorce can be devastating for all involved but God is good at healing hurts when we let him. God will help you move forward with your life so that you don’t have to live in the past anymore because it only brings pain and sorrow if you do not forgive others who may have hurt you during this time of great loss.
No matter what you are going through in life, God is always there to carry you through. He does not have a specific prayer that we must say, rather it is about having an open and honest talk with Him about the situation. We hope these prayers will help you feel comforted and fill your hearts with peace knowing that God is listening and He wants the best for you.