Prayers For A Narcissist

Narcissism is a personality disorder characterized by an obsession with the self and a lack of empathy for others. It can be extremely difficult to deal with someone who has narcissistic tendencies, especially if they’re close to you and are always on your mind. In this article, we’ll explore ways that you can pray for a narcissist in your life, including ways to set boundaries when necessary while still maintaining compassion towards them.

Prayers For A Narcissist

1. A Prayer for the Narcissist

“I know that the narcissist is hurting inside, and they need to be healed. I pray that you will show them the error of their ways, Lord; may they understand how their actions have harmed others. May they be humbled by their pride, and may they seek help from those around them.”

2. Prayer for the Person Who Is Narcissistic

Prayer for the Person Who Is Narcissistic

Dear God, please help this person be healed. Please give them the grace to change and become better people. Please forgive them for their mistakes and save them from their sin. I pray that You would bless this person with love, joy, patience, and peace as they continue on their journey towards You. In Jesus’ name, I pray, Amen

3. A Prayer for a Narcissistic Family Member

Dear God,

I pray for my narcissistic family member. I pray that he or she would be healed by your grace and the power of your Holy Spirit. I know that they do not see the damage they cause others, but I know you can lead them to repentance and healing in their life.

Thank you for delivering me from that toxic relationship with my family member. Thank you for giving me a heart full of love instead of one bent on revenge and bitterness. Help me continue to forgive them as we have all been forgiven by Christ Jesus through his death on the cross!

Please protect us from any further hurt caused by our narcissistic family member or anyone else who may try to manipulate us into believing lies about ourselves or others again in this lifetime!

4. A Prayer for a Narcissistic Husband

  • Prayer for a Narcissistic Husband
  • A prayer for the narcissist who has an affair and then expects his wife to forgive him, only to repeat the same pattern again:
  • Lord, please help my husband see his fault. Help him to understand that he is hurting our family. Please show him how he is also hurting himself by lying and cheating on me. Help me to forgive him so that we can start over again with a clean slate and not repeat these mistakes anymore!
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5. A Prayer for a Narcissistic Wife

Dear Lord,

I pray for healing for my narcissistic wife. Please lead her to repentance and deliver her from the bondage of narcissism. Open her eyes by your Spirit, that she may see herself as you see her—a beautiful woman who has been made in your image and likeness. Free her from the chains that bind her to darkness, so that she may find her freedom in Christ Jesus. Help me to love my wife unconditionally as I encourage others to do the same with their spouses or partners who suffer from mental illness or different forms of personality disorders; help us all to be patient with each other while remaining firm on what we believe is right before God and His Word; give us wisdom in dealing with difficult situations; guide us into paths of righteousness so that we will not stumble when walking through difficult times together over the years ahead!

6. A Prayer for a Narcissistic Mother

Lord, I pray that you heal my narcissistic mother. I am tired of her abuse and want her to change.

I pray that she will be able to feel remorse for the pain that she has caused me and my family. I ask you to help her recognize how much damage she has done and how much it hurts others when she mistreats them or lies about them behind their backs.

I ask that you give my mother the strength to change so that she can love others as they deserve to be loved, including herself and me.

7. A Prayer that God Will Heal My Mom’s Narcissism

Dear God,

I have a loved one who is narcissistic, and I pray that you will heal him/her so that they may see the error of their ways.

I pray that you will help them to see the damage they have done to me and my family, as well as recognize themselves for what they truly are: broken people who need your love and guidance.

Help us all understand how best to solve problems together without harming each other in the process—and please give us patience while we learn these new skills!

8. A Prayer for a Narcissistic Father

Father, help me to see my narcissist father for who he is. Help me to love him and forgive him for his mistakes, knowing that you are the only one who can truly change his heart.

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Father, please heal my father’s soul from pain and hurt so that he can be free from the chains of addiction and self-centeredness.

Father, please give my father wisdom in loving others instead of himself; give him courage in facing his own shortcomings so that he can grow into an empathetic person; give him strength in overcoming his own fears and trusting others again.

9. A Prayer that My Dad’s Narcissism Does Not Continue to Hurt Our Family

  • Pray that God will help your parents to change.
  • Pray that they will change their mindsets and beliefs about themselves, their children, and the world around them.
  • Pray that they will recognize how their words and actions affect others.
  • Pray for the strength to forgive them for any harm done or pain caused by their narcissism.
  • Pray for your family to heal from the wounds of narcissism and look forward to a healthier future together.
  • Ask God to give you strength as you work through this difficult time in your life so that you may love yourself more fully than ever before–and so that you can be a better example of Christ’s love for others.

10. A Prayer for Self-Forgiveness after Years of Abuse by an Emotionally Abusive Parent

Forgive yourself.

You are not alone and you are not to blame. You have been trained to think and act this way through childhood abuse, so please forgive yourself for the pain you’ve caused others.

Ask God for strength in forgiving your parent/s and others who were abusive or judgmental toward you because of the narcissist’s behavior.

Forgiveness is a daily commitment that does not need to happen quickly—it takes time, especially if there was emotional abuse involved in your relationship with a toxic person (which there usually is). It takes courage to forgive someone who hurt us deeply through manipulation or physical violence, but it is possible with God’s help! Remember He loves us unconditionally!

11. Praying for others is one way to redirect our focus and concern about someone else.

Praying for others is one way to redirect our focus and concern about someone else. Prayer can also be a way of asking God to help someone else, or simply expressing what we wish for them in their situation (see psalms 103:1 – 9). We are called to love our neighbors as ourselves, so we should pray for them when we realize they are hurting or suffering from some kind of evil (Mark 12:31). Praying for the narcissist helps us do this well each day by reminding us of how important it is to pray on behalf of others.

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The most important thing is to be patient, loving, and kind. Narcissists can be difficult to deal with, but if you’re going to pray for them, then you have to love them anyway.

A narcissist is someone who has a very unrealistic view of themselves, their needs, and wants. They think they are better than everyone else because they’re not aware of their own flaws or shortcomings. The reason why these people act this way is because they don’t think highly enough about others around them so as not being able to see anything wrong with themselves; therefore making it impossible for others to see anything wrong either.

A narcissist does not believe in love because his/her feelings are so intense that it feels like an addiction which causes them a lot of anxiety when the person they love leaves them or stops giving attention to them continuously over time; This makes them feel abandoned because their needs weren’t met by anyone else other than themselves (their self-absorbed mentality). So when someone comes along who begins showing concern towards what’s going on inside this person’s head (mind) by asking how things are going today rather than tomorrow…They get confused as well as angry at first because they don’t know why this stranger cares enough about their life activities when no one else did beforehand; “Why do I even trust this person now? What’s special about me?” etcetera…They start questioning things until eventually find out just how much better life could really be if only those who cared about me before didn’t abandon me as everyone else did!”



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