Father, thank you for the gift of our marriage, I ask that You would deal with any past problems in our life that is causing trouble now.

Your Word declares that You heal the brokenhearted and that You bind up their wounds. In the name of Jesus, I ask You to be true to Your Word and heal the emotional wounds and baggage that we have in our lives. (Psalm 147:3).

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Father, I pray that You would rekindle passion and desire between us. I ask You to bless our relationship and help us to rejoice in it. I pray that we would be satisfied and exhilarated with each other’s love (Proverbs 5:15-23).

Lord Jesus, you have declared that what therefore God has joined together, let no man separate. You have declared the will of the Father. It is the Father’s will for marriages to be for a lifetime.

You desire one man to be with one woman for life. This is Your heart’s desire. Because this is Your heart’s desire, I plead with you to save and strengthen my marriage, in Jesus name.


Father, we come boldly to Your throne of grace, and find mercy and grace to help in time of need. Grant my husband release from bondage to strongholds of the enemy.
Remove all spiritual blindness, deafness, and hardness of heart. Grant him eyes to see, ears to hear, and a heart that seeks You.
I plead Your mercy and grace over all his personal sin, failure, and family iniquities. This battle is not against flesh and blood, and we have spiritual weapons that set captives free.
By Your Holy Spirit break every yoke of bondage in my husbands life. Grant him conviction of sin with godly sorrow to repentance and deliverance from captivity. Set him completely free.
It is written, you shall know the truth and the Truth shall make you free. We overcome by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of our testimony. Thank You for Your mighty work by the blood of Christ Jesus.
Thank you for granting me the grace, power, persistence, and love in intercession with faith for my husband until You are glorified in their life. In Jesus’ name. Amen

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