Prayer For An Abusive Husband

Prayer For An Abusive Husband

Dear Lord,

I have been married for so many years and I know that you have blessed my marriage. But lately my husband is becoming very violent and abusive, and I feel that my life is in danger. It feels like there is no way out of this situation because if our children or family ever found out about the abuse then they would be ashamed of me for staying with him. They would say that I am a terrible wife who allows her husband to beat her.

It is hard enough having people think badly of you without them knowing the truth about your life! Please help me get through this time while still protecting myself from further harm.

The things he does and says are so horrible that I could never tell anyone about them, or even admit to myself just how terrible it is.

The things he does and says are so horrible that I could never tell anyone about them, or even admit to myself just how terrible it is. They are so bad that I feel ashamed of myself and my husband.

I have come to the place where I realize that unless you live in my home, you cannot understand how hard this life is for me and how much it hurts me every day. You don’t know what he says when we’re alone together; no one knows what he says because there would be no reason for anyone else to hear him talk this way except his wife…and now you can see why she never tells anyone!

The shame keeps growing and growing until I feel like a monster instead of an innocent victim who was misled into believing her husband loved her when all along he was only using her.

But I know that You are the God who sees everything that goes on behind closed doors and who hears the cries of the oppressed.

But I know that You are the God who sees everything that goes on behind closed doors and who hears the cries of the oppressed.

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You are full of mercy and compassion, O Lord; you have a tender heart for all those who suffer, especially for those like me who have been mistreated by others. Help me to trust in Your power so that I can make wise decisions about my situation. I know that it is not in my best interest to stay with this abusive man; please give me strength to leave him as soon as possible, if he refuses to change his ways.

I know that You see the marks of violence and the bruises on my body – and You understand how it hurts me deeply when my husband tries to hurt me in this way.

Pray for the abused person. You can pray that God would comfort and heal him or her, giving them strength to overcome these difficult circumstances. Pray that he or she will find refuge in God’s love and peace when they are feeling overwhelmed by their circumstances and emotions.

Pray for the abuser, who is also a child of God. You can pray for him or her to have a change of heart and come to realize that hurting others is not acceptable behavior, but instead should be something we avoid at all costs because it is harmful to people around us – even those closest to us like our spouse or partner! Pray that this person will begin taking steps towards becoming a better person who lives according to what Christ has asked us all (which includes respecting others).

Pray for your marriage relationship with your spouse/partner if applicable; ask God what He wants you both as individuals & together as one unit called “marriage” at this point in time while things like abuse happen around us every day without any warning whatsoever which makes it hard sometimes when things get tough emotionally due to outside forces coming into play such as mental illness issues affecting not just one person but two (or more).

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If only he could see what he is doing and realise just how bad he is being – but his heart has shut down and he seems uncaring to all that I am suffering.

It is important to understand that your abusive husband has a problem. He needs help, not punishment. He needs to be given the opportunity to change and he needs your help in understanding why he is abusing you.

You can only do this if you make an effort to reconnect with him emotionally by showing genuine love and care for him, no matter how difficult it may seem at first. This will show him that there are still good things about himself as a person that should be nurtured rather than destroyed by his actions towards others around him

Lord please help me to act sensibly and wisely in this difficult situation. Please do not let my husband carry out his threat to do more damage to me as I am feeling so scared – and yet trapped – because of his actions..

The Bible is full of instructions for people who are being abused. If you are in danger and need help, contact your local police department or domestic violence charity.

If your husband is violent and threatening to harm you, pray for strength and wisdom from God to act sensibly in this difficult situation. Do not let him see that you are praying for him – it may infuriate him even more! Pray also that he will realize the error of his ways, come back to his senses and stop hurting those around him – including himself!

You could also ask a Christian friend or family member if they would be willing to pray with you when they next see you.

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Help me to put trust in You, dear Lord Jesus, knowing that You love me just as I am – no matter what has happened in the past – but also help me to believe again for a better future where there will be peace between us once again.

  • Trust in God. No matter what has happened, God is a merciful and loving Father who cares for us. He knows every detail of our lives, even the ones we hide from ourselves. He sees everything we do and hears every thought that passes through our minds. His Word tells us that he loves us more than anyone else could ever love us (1 John 4:8). And because he loves us so much, he wants to help us through whatever troubles we have in this life.
  • Believe for a better future between you and your spouse. It can be difficult to believe that things will ever get better when abuse has been happening over such a long period of time or if there is already a pattern of abuse still continuing today – but don’t give up hope! God promises us “a good future” (Jeremiah 29:11). Sometimes it takes awhile before we are able to see how those promises start coming true in our own situations, but they DO come true! With each new day comes another chance at rebuilding trust between yourself and your husband – so keep putting one foot forward after another toward making better decisions based on how Jesus would respond when faced with similar challenges himself (1 Corinthians 10:13).

Conclusion

Lord, please help me to act sensibly and wisely in this difficult situation. Please do not let my husband carry out his threat to do more damage to me as I am feeling so scared – and yet trapped – because of his actions..