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31 Days of Marriage Prayers – Day 1

31 Days of Marriage Prayers

31 Days of Marriage Prayers

When I was a teenager, both my sister and I started a “hope chest.” Every so often we’d fill it with hand-me-downs  in hopes that one day we’d carry this treasure into a home we’d each call our own. I think I had a few pots, some old china, a stack of recipe cards, and a blanket in there.

Eventually I did get married. The contents of the box were carefully unpacked along with the new towels, cuttlery, and bedding we purchased. But there was something missing in that box, in fact I didn’t unpack this treasure until years later when I realized that prayer is the most valuable gem that a marriage could ever possess.

Effectual Fervent Prayer

Sure I bowed my head and said thanks for my food. I even thanked God for my husband and home. But I was missing out on the power of fervent prayer.

James 5:16 tells us, “the effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.”

Do you see that word “fervent” there? That means that we’re going to be enthusiastic about prayer. That tells me that prayer is something we’re looking forward to. That says, I’m excited about praying for my marriage and I’m not going to give up on this man (or for you guys who are joining us – I’m not giving up on this woman).

Sometimes I ask my kids to check if the water is boiling on the stove. They’ll often say, “I’m not sure. I see some bubbles coming up.”

Here’s my answer to them, “When it’s boiling, you’ll know it’s boiling. There’s no mistaking it.”

Let’s be that fervent when it comes to our prayer life. Let there be no mistaking the fact that you’ve brought your marriage before God and placed it at the foot of His throne.

Get down on your knees if you want to or stand up with your hands raised to God. Whatever you say, and however you pray, do it with all of your might. Pour yourself out to God and let His Spirit pour back into you.

Prayer is effective. And if you are walking in a right relationship with God, it’s all the more effective. Be cautious of this as Psalm 66:18 warns, “If I regard iniquity in my heart, the Lord will not hear my prayer.”

Building a Hedge of Protection

I’ve read your comments this week. I’ve seen how many marriages are under attack from the enemy. And I’ve felt the discouragement in your words.

Don’t let the enemy get his foot in the door. And if he does have a foot in the door? The Bible tells us to “Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.” (James 4:7). Start eliminating each and every one of those negative thoughts as you turn your focus to God.

Bring your husband before God praying for each and every burden you carry, then trust that He will do a work in your marriage.

Pray for a hedge of protection around your marriage and keep praying for that day after day.

Psalm 91:9-11 tells us, “If you make the Lord your refuge, if you make the Most High your shelter, 10 no evil will conquer you; no plague will come near your home.For he shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways.”

And if you’re marriage is good. Praise God. But remember this truth,

“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:” – 1 Peter 5:8

We’re told in Job 1:10 that Job had a hedge of protection, but Satan desired to test him.  Your marriage could be tested at any time which is why fervent prayer is the most important thing you can unpack in your marriage.

If you have a copy of my book, Messy Beautiful Love, I encourage you to dig into chapter one where I talk about the struggles I’ve faced in my own marriage and how the power of grace restored us to where we are now.

Chime in: Do you have any special ideas that you’re implementing with this challenge? For example, some are joining in with a friend, others are praying for their husband, and some are leaving prayer cards out for their husbands to pick up. If you have any ideas to share, we’d love to hear them. Or, just leave us a comment so we know that you’re listening in. Click here to comment.

Until tomorrow… Let’s pray!

You are loved by an almighty God,

Darlene Schacht
The Time-Warp Wife


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147 Comments

  • Myrande

    I’m in. I’m praying for my marriage and one of my best friend’s marriage who went through a though time and she shared her struggle with me and we prayed. Praying for our hubbies to be the leaders of our family the Bible demands they be.
    Thanks Darlene for this prayer challenge, God bless you, your marriage, family and ministry.

  • JOYCE

    Thank you so much Darlene,
    I have been looking forward to this challenge where I can commit my marriage to God. This is so especially my husband’s walk with God and his commitment to our marriage vows.

    I have purposed to wake up every day at 3.00am to pray.

    I believe in a God who answers prayers .

    God bless you.

    Joyce

  • Monica

    I pray for my marriage. I pray for my husband’s salvation and I pray that I will show the fruit of the spirit, patience gentleness kindness and love. In Jesus name amen

  • Laura

    Darlene, thank you for this blog! Because of the enemy penetrating my marriage in mid-August, I’ve been seeking the Lord with all my heart. Instead of bottling up anger, I got on my knees and asked God for his help. I put all my trust in Him and his plan for us and at that moment I began to let go of control. This was very hard for me because I like to have complete control over every situation. Instead, while praying day and night, I sought council with my Pastor and then with a Christian counselor. In the mean time, I pulled out my bible and began reading…and reading…and reading. I’ve been following Women Living Well which led me to your blog. I know that with God and all these tools he has given me, I will be ok. I will stand back and watch God do his glorious work. I pray for protection on my marriage and I pray for my husband and his walk with God. In Jesus name, AMEN.

    • Darlene Schacht

      Laura, I love this. You are fighting hard girl!! I wish that other couples would take the steps that you are taking. I’m so blessed by your words. May God continue to move in your marriage protecting you from anything that threatens it.

  • Traci

    My husband and I have been married for almost 28 years. 2 1/2 years ago, our relationship was shattered, and I didn’t think it would ever be the same, and I was right. God has made it so much better than I ever could have imagined it would be! He picked up all our broken pieces, and not only put them back together, but gave us a love for Him and each other that is so much deeper and real. I just want to say that if you’re struggling, or even if you aren’t, seek Him! Don’t stop seeking Him. Be real- open yourself up completely to Him, be open and honest with your spouse. He is there, you aren’t going through any of life alone. I’m sharing the prayers with younger wives and encouraging them to pray for their marriages. I also have a couple of friends whose marriages are going through difficult times, we are going to read the book together 🙂

  • Sue

    Thanks for hosting this. We have been working really hard to put our marriage back into its proper place as a result of watching our best friends struggle mightily with their marriage. Praying for us and for them is so hopeful. Thanks again.

  • Nancy

    I love the idea of prayer cards being left for my husband. I’m definitely going to do that.

    Thank you and God bless everyone on this journey.

  • Jen

    No suggestions- just want to thank you so much for offering this challenge. I just observed our 19th anniversary yesterday. It has been and is a long and difficult road, but I am determined to work on our marriage as I truly believe God put us together for a reason. The timing of this couldn’t have been better as we talked about “throwing in the towel” in recent weeks. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!

  • Bonnie Clevenger

    My husband gave me a love journal on our last anniversary for us to write messages to each other. These are writings that are exchanged as simple reminders of encouragement, expressing love for one another or just a prayer. While we haven’t been good at consistently using it due to our busy lives, when we do, it is quite powerful for our marriage. Today’s reading was a great reminder that we need to do this more often, and to pray more often together as well!
    Bonnie Clevenger

  • anne

    Two of my neighbors and I are reading through as a bible study. One neighbor is new and another is a long time friend. He new neighbor is about to be baptized. I was baptized this summer. I am committing to reading every single day even though we have 2 children and another on the way and I haven’t read anything substantial (like a book) in months…maybe over a year. (Or more). Our husband’s work together and have very dangerous jobs.

  • Lisa Maria

    Hi Darlene

    Yep..my marriage is one of those under strain right now. My hubby and I had a big fight last week. I do believe that I wasn’t listening to the voice of the Holy Spirit because I look back and realise that He must have been speaking to me and I didn’t pay attention.

    Last year, for my husband’s birthday, I printed and laminated some bible verse cards and put them into a pretty box. They remained on our prayer altar and as far as I know he never read them. Two weeks ago while ironing his shirts, I saw one of them on the ground and when I picked it up I felt the urge to slip it into his shirt pocket. I then went and chose more cards for the rest of the shirts for the week. He thanked me for them and I left it at that. I haven’t repeated the exercise…until now I realise perhaps God was asking me to pray for him. (He’s been under a lot of stress at work and very withdrawn at home)

    I intend to pray over my husband’s shirts while I iron them and ask God’s blessing and protection upon him. When he sees the bible verse card (I’ll try to find some other stuff too) he’ll know that his wife has been praying for him. I thought I’d share that in case someone else finds it useful.

    Thanks for all that you do Darlene…you are a true blessing!

  • Quandre' Hodges

    Gm!

    Thank you for today’s blog. I am praying for my husband and I. We have been married four HARD years and we just need some stability and calm in our marriage. I’m praying that this 31 days of praying along with reading your book will help us! Thank you, again 🙂

  • Angela L

    One thing my husband implemented in our marriage a few years ago, was we hold hands and pray together before he goes to work. He leaves anywhere between 5am-6am, and I am not a morning person, but he will gently wake me every morning. He prays for me and whatever else he feels led to pray about, and then when he is done, I pray for him, and whatever I feel led to pray about. It is such a beautiful thing! The first morning he did this…my day was…wonderful!! There was one day that he thought he was being kind, I hadn’t slept much the night before, and he didn’t want to wake me. He said he just quietly put his hand on me and prayed, but didn’t wake me up. When I did wake up, I was so upset. My day went terribly bad from the moment my feet hit the floor. I just felt like something was missing in my day. I begged him to never do that again, and he hasn’t. He also goes to our son’s door and prays for him, and our son that is in college, he prays at his bedroom door for him each morning. It is such a beautiful thing to see my husband take such a lead in this part of our marriage. God had really worked wonders in my very shy husband’s life in the last few years and I am so thankful!!!

  • Kelley

    Wow. That 1 Peter verse is so true! My husband and I went through a ‘mess’ about 5 years ago. God led us through it and our marriage was strengthened because of it. Things were great and we breathed a huge sigh of relief, so glad that mess was over. But then I gradually got complacent and let my guard down and what do you know – the enemy is back and even stronger. The good news is that because of our first battle, we saw him coming and started praying earlier this time. I’m taking shelter in my Lord and giving ‘fervent’ a whole new meaning! Thank you so much for starting this Prayer Challenge! God’s timing is so perfect!

  • Marsha

    I have been praying a hedge of protection around us, the armor of God and the warrior angels to surround us. I am standing for my marriage and these past 2 years God has been teaching me to pray fervently. Our 5 children are learning more about God’s faithfulness, His perfect time, and fully relying on Jesus! So thankful for this journey! I have your book and am enjoying it….thank you for your transparency! Nothing will be impossible with God. Luke 1:37

  • Becky-Cheryl

    It just so happens my husband’s birthday is November 1st. So I bought a nice hard bound journal (you can get them at the dollar store) and I am going to journal all month as I pray and give him the journal for his birthday. I am also going to leave him little notes in his lunch to find at work. I refered my bestie to your website and she is joining me.

  • Christina Sparks

    Thank you so much for opening up and standing up for marriage. I know that marriage can be a personal struggle for everyone. For the last few months, I myself have been seeking the Lord to help me in my marriage. The front door seems like an easy option. To start over is a scary thought, but not knowing if your marriage will continue in the downhill spiral is just as scary. I need the extra guidance and encouragement to pray and continue to pray and as you say Effectual Fervent Prayer. I know I have not looked at prayer that way. I would pray but felt like my whole heart was not in it. Not really knowing if I really wanted my marriage to work out. Marriage is hard work. But, then again I don’t want to be alone, I don’t really want to start all over again. What happen to the love and respect we used to have? Can we really get that back again. With the Lord’s blessing and Effectual Fervent Prayer I am sure it will re-open both my eyes and my husband’s eyes to the love we have for each other. Thank you again! I am glad the Lord has led you to do this.

  • sandra

    thanks Darlene, this helps keep me strong. Without realizing what was the right choices, or what ‘to do’ God definitely lead me–my words, my thoughts, and my actions. I realize He never leaves me, He does care for each of us, and my oldest son reminded me with a quote from Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy: the author wrote, “I may not end up where I wanted to go, but I always end up where I need to be. ” when we moved to NM in 2000, a friend of mine from my home town sent me a prayer card that read “where God points you, His hands will surely guide you.” I do enjoy the posts I read here, they are so supportive—-like standing for your marriage. Time warp wife is a true inspiration. it’s not just a feel good sight, with a lot of posts that are meant to inspire. No, this sight, lets me know, God has plans for all of us, and He is leading me. Thanks Darlene and thanks to all who post

  • Yana

    It might of worked if my husband wasn’t an alcoholic. It sounds good and all but nothing will save my marriage now. I can’t live with an alcoholic…

  • Erica

    I have been looking forward to this series. Thank you do much for all that you do to encourage women to in their marriages!

    Also, I just ordered your book. I can’t wait for it to get here so I can start reading it this weekend!

  • Denise

    I’m praying for my Husband John and his Salvation , I’m standing in the gap for my marriage. I’ve done so many things wrong and my marriage and home sank like sand because God was no where in our lives. In the storm I found God , my 3 children and I became saved and now I have to get so rooted in Gods word and continue to Pray and Praise my Father for marriage Restoration and rebuilding our home on the rock solid foundation of Christ . It hurts so bad to see what’s happening in the natural and the rejection BUT GOD, this is exactly what I need and thank you for what you are doing

  • Stacy

    I am excited for this challenge! Our marriage has been in a stuck place for quite some time & at this point we do not want the same things for our future. We love each other but I am afraid if we stay in this stuck place too long & do not get on the same page about some big topics, resent & bitterness could set in. I challenge myself this month to not only pray each day but to not discuss anything about my husband to anyone but to God. Sometimes I run to my friends for a quick response & I know I have to be patient & wait on God’s timing in all of this!

  • Elizabeth

    This challenge comes at such a perfect time! I had already signed up for it, but after this past weekend, I know that fervent prayer to lift my marriage is what we need. Oh Father God, lift us from the worldly drama of those that surround us. Let me see my husband work for me, and let him see that I work for him. If we are together, walking with God, who could come between us?

  • Robyn Cross

    Praying for my husband and for our relationships with Christ so that we are unified. Praying for my marriage relationship to be strengthened in new ways as we enter a new season of life.

  • Tach

    Hello! Everyone…

    I am so happy to be a part of this Challenge. This is really encouraging me to stand firm and fight for my marriage. I am standing presently for the restoration of my marriage and I know and believe that God my Father will put my marriage back together the way He designed it to be with Him at the center. I too got married 10 years ago not realizing the importance of praying fervently. I don’t recall many people prior to my wedding or the day of telling me to pray continuously for my marriage and most importantly my husband. I did pray but not fervently…so here I am Standing, believing and waiting on the Lord to move in His timing on my marriage. The beautiful thing is I am so Dependent on Jesus and that is where I need to be. I know He’s working on my husband though I can’t see what is going on the Lord says, He is not a God that He should lie and all His promises are Yes and Amen. God is so Able. So, I look forward to a marriage restored today in the blood of Jesus. But, I will agree and say that it is dire and crucial that if you are single, planning on getting married or already married start a consistent prayer life..keep the Lord with you in everything…talk to Him daily about all the things that matter or bother you..He is the only one that will get you through, who will understand and who will never leave you nor forsake you…Trust Him. Until tomorrow!

  • Robin Dunsford

    Dear God,
    I want to take a moment to lift up all the people who have committed to praying for their marriage over the next 31 + days. For each marriage. For each family. Regardless of the various situations…I commit them to you…I know that you have got them. Place hedges of protection around each home. Remove every hinderance, distraction and discouragement. May we stand together and fight for our marriages. May we boldly declare ” not on my watch!”. May we become watchmen for our marriages. And may the prompting to pray for our marriages spread far beyond even those who have signed up. Thank you for our marriages Lord. In Jesus’ name…….Amen

  • Phronsie

    My husband is out of town so I was going to print and laminate the prayer cards and mail them to him. I’m planning to slip a note in that says, “this is what I’m praying this month. Join me!”

  • JNC

    I am excited to travel this road with you. Many years ago I was having trouble being the loving physical wife my husband needed. With the demands of 5 children and all the other things to provide the physical aspect wasn’t a very high priority. I realized there needed to be a change but knew I had no answers. I started praying that God would give me a healthy desire for my husband………wow! God answered that one far beyond what I expected. Here we are about 20 years later (40 in all) and God is still faithfully answering this prayer. I’m excited to see what He is going to do now. I don’t know how it can get any better but with God…..all things are possible.

  • Sandy Diaz

    THIS is something that I really need! I often try to pray for my husband, my family, my children, and my life but it never seems effective. I don’t necessarily “feel” it. I’m planning to journal this time around.

  • nexa giboyeaux

    Please All!! Pray for my husband, he has decided to leave the marriage and home. Please pray for me and our children as we go thru this difficult times.

  • Karen

    Although my marriage is good, I know that we must be vigilant to keep it that way. It is easy to look around and see that marriage is under attack. I am praying for my own marriage as well as for my children’s marriages. Thanks for sharing these prayers and encouraging words.

  • Monica

    Great ideas and thoughts about marriage. I know all too well how Satan can attack a marriage. I’ve been married for 12 years. We definitely had our ups and downs. About 3 years about we were at a breaking point. 3 counselors and two years of prayer later, I’m so blessed to call my husband mine. God is good.

  • Stephanie

    Just finished chapter 1 and can’t wait to delve into the study guide. I am so excited about this challenge. I think my husband and I have a good marriage but it can always use more prayer. Lately nearly every couple we know is going through a divorce or almost there. I don’t want to be one of those couples.

  • Crystal Storms

    I know that prayer for my husband is one of the best and most important gifts I can give to my husband. So I am looking forward to the encouragement to do this one thing he needs for me : )

  • Jenny

    Sharon Jaynes has a great book, “Praying for your husband from head to toe,” which is 31 days of prayers for specific aspects of a man’s life. She takes scripture verses and then writes prayers based on those. I just bought it as a wedding gift for a young bride. I have also prayed it for myself; that a broken serious dating relationship would be restored and built by God into a good marriage. I am fighting time, geography and fears and insecurities. Yet this was a relationship where a Christian counselor said he “felt the Lord.” I feel like it’s been a spiritual attack against us being together and lots of emotional and spiritual confusion.

  • Candice

    Right now I am combining Courtney’s Fall Challenge with praying for your spouse. I’m taking the time to light a candle, have soft christian music playing in the background, and a vase of roses on the table as I do my bible study/prayer time. I find it sets me in the mood to pray for my spouse. I also have my cards out for him to read. We just came out of a year of deep troubled waters and I’m looking forward to see how God heals my heart toward my spouse during this challenge!

  • Holly

    I’m in! I got your book this weekend but haven’t had time yet to begin it. My husband and I have poured ourselves into our marriage for over a year now after a giant setback (that whole roaring lion waiting to devour us thing became a very big reality). I love that God is in the business of restoring lives and that means He’s also in the business of changing marriages. Satan wants nothing more than to invade the home -bring that down and he’s got us. I pray for God’s protection over our marriage and that we will always want to walk in His ways. We have learned how to do that so much more lately…and things are way better. Thanks for the prayer cards. It’s a great way to be able to pray.

  • Tracy

    I really appreciated this post this morning. My husband and I are separated and he is seeking divorce. We have 6 young children together and our marriage has been in tatters for the last 4 years. He has now moved in with another woman and there seems no hope. My heart aches for restoration but I don’t know if that is possible anymore.
    I had to speak with him about the divorce last night and it left me missing him intensly, just from talking to him. I’m still here raising our children and looking after our home, alone, while he has made a new life.
    A lot of the reasons we are separated are my fault and it breaks my heart that I might never have the chance to make up for it. I want my kids to grow up with their Dad here for them. I have been away from The Lord and my husband still is. When I came back to The Lord at the beginning of the year I believed He would restore my husband to Him and to our family but instead things have gotten worse and worse in my husbands life.
    Please pray for my family. I’m looking forward to this month of prayer. I have been praying ferverantly for months now but got tired. I’m not very good at finding support lol.

  • Kelly

    Enjoyed day one so much ! I am committed and excited about praying for my husband each day- I want to learn to pray with fervency for him and our marriage. We have been married for 7 years, 6 of which were extremely difficult. The Lord called my husband 8 months ago, and God’s miraculous hand has been shaping and molding us together with him and healing our marriage. Each day we wake up and thank the Lord for his mighty blessings !

  • Gina Kilby

    Committed to the challenge!
    🙂 Expecting great answers. My husband had hardened his heart on many people in life. Thankfully he still loves me deeply. However, He needs to be worshipping the Lord again. Will be praying fervently. Blessings to all.

  • Peggy

    Blessings and thanks Darlene and other prayer warriors,

    Love, love, LOVE – all of this 1st Day post … with all the fervency I have, I am surrendering and giving my full attention to this prayer challenge for marriages (mine and friend’s)! I love starting with the beginning analogy that you’ve given us Darlene with HOPE. And that the hope chest should have had the power of the fervent prayer! Yawser! Loved the video too! Now, since it’s the end of my day … I’ll just add a resounding AMEN! to this beautiful prayer (and also that of Monica’s in the comments)!

    “I pray for my marriage. I pray for my husband’s salvation and I pray that I will show the fruit of the spirit, patience gentleness kindness and love. In Jesus name – ”

    … and for me, I need to add MORE of other fruit of the Holy Spirit too!

    I love your book! Published my review on my blog and Amazon and with Book Look Bloggers and I’m so ready to plug in daily with you, your prayers and your “Time Warp” wisdom. Looking forward to checking in each evening however … but so thankful that we can gather together and pray for HOPE and REDEMPTION in our marriages and relationships, knowing that HE is not finished with us yet and we can stand together against the enemy, the home wrecker and family breaker up to take back what God intended.

    Thank you so much Darlene! (no suggestions or anything from me) except to encourage each reader to GET YOUR BOOK, try the Challenges and keep on PRAYING! Never give up and never give in! God’s timing is perfect to win! Marriages and families are precious to Him! So fight the good fight …

    Peggy

  • Nedra & Shon Porter

    My husband and I have made a commitment to complete this challenge together. All of us must continue to implement fervent, effectual prayer, for our spouses, on a daily basis. We should continue to stay alert and on point, but understand that he who dwells in the secret place of the Almighty is protected by HIM!

  • Julie

    After 17 years of marriage my husband shocked me to the core with a divorce. I have been fervently praying since then for the last 5 1/2 years for him. I have fought, prayed, counseled, read, and have done absolutely everything I could do to better myself and support him where I could with the goal of reconciliation for us and our young son. I realized I needed to give up trying to control the situation and “let go, let God.” I am at peace with myself because I have done everything humanly possible to make things right. The one thing I continue to do is to pray for him. I do not know what the Lord has in store for me (or us) but first and foremost is our relationship with God and an eternal life with Him. This 31 day challenge has created a resurgence of more fervent prayer for my ex-husband (I still find it odd and difficult to say “ex”.)

    For all of you who are struggling, I pray with you and for you. Stay strong, keep fighting, and always seek God. Be assured your peace and “joy will come in the morning.”

  • Sarah

    I wish I had something profound to share but I don’t. Thank you Darlene for leading us to where we need to be… before God giving Him the most important relationship we have.

  • Angela

    I am committed to praying for my marriage and accept this challenge. I have a copy of the book and have invited friends and family other sisters in Christ to take the challenge too!

  • Jill

    I’m going to do the challenge. Thank you! It is so encouraging to know so many other Christians all over are striving to live Godly lives. Sometimes I feel alone on the fight. Thanks for the emails.

  • Verenisa Jimenez

    I feel like I’ve been on a roller coaster ride since 2007 but I do see God working in our marriage. I pray for restored trust & peace. Praying for each of us to find God’s will.

  • Vera

    Our 5th Wedding Anniversary is in November, and I felt led by God to start a series of love letters for him. Yes, we all dream of receiving them, but I know he longs for encouragement and words of appreciation. I am starting a testament of love for him….

  • Jennifer Hernandez

    Thank you so much for sharing you heart with us.. To see what the Lord has done in your marriage, I feel hope that the Lord can do that in ours. Thank you for your ministry.

  • Jennifer H.

    I am very excited about these 31 days of prayer over our marriages! I do not have your book yet but will be getting very soon! Thank you for taking us on this journey and being such an encouragement:)

  • Linda

    There is no particular age category for the effectiveness of these prayers. I know, because I need the encouragement and power they bring to my 20 year second marriage, and I’m 68! I pray each day’s prayer often, and go back and re-read previous prayers. Satan is no respector of age or marriage longevity. I’m fighting for the integrity of my marriage and others as well, that they might bring glory and honor to God Who gives them life. Thank you for your availability to the Holy Spirit in sharing these prayers.

  • Wendy

    Journey with my good friend in Alabama. Jennifer and I are in this together for our marriages.
    I love pushing the devil out of my marriage. I can already see results. My heart is getting softer towards my husband.

  • Janey

    Thank you Darlene your emails has really been an encouragement to me. I will definetly join in the challenge as I pray for my marriage. May God bless you in all that you do

  • Katie

    I’m excited to read these everyday for the next month. Our whole marriage has been rough, and even though I feel weak I’m trying to turn to God for strength. My husband has been unfaithful, BC of tmj/back pain the past few years he’s been drinking and smoking marijuana. Its been extremely hard and is really effecting our marriage. There’s a lot if hurt and pain, but I’m trying to fight for our marriage, I’m trying to hold on to hope that God will give us a break through, and heal and restore our marriage, buy I’ve been hanging on for so long I feel drained physically, emotionally and spiritually. Prayers please!

  • Amie vilella

    My husband and 8 have been separated for about 2/3 years now. We are still married butvliving departed. He is in a new relationship and fear has taken over me. Sometimes I feel like I’m delusional thinking that our marriage will be restored. I’m trying to stay prayerful and trying to stand strong but it’s so hard. I just don’t know what to do anymore.

  • Chris

    I found this today as I was searching for effective prayer for restoring my marriage. My wife filed for divorce this week and she won’t respond to me in any form… I will pray relentlessly for our marriage and I am so happy I found your 31 day prayer pages and the encouraging words in your posts… I know from the ashes God can do miracles and His will is for marriage… So I stand on this in hope for us… We are Chris and Michele and would greatly appreciate your prayers too…

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