Prayer For Divorce Healing
Divorce is something that none of us want to experience. It affects the entire family, and it can be a very difficult time for everyone involved. But we can’t give up hope, because God is with us always. We may not understand why things happen the way they do, but that doesn’t mean we should stop praying for healing and strength during this difficult time in our lives.
Almighty God, we come to you this hour, thanking you for all the blessings that we receive
Almighty God, we come to you this hour, thanking you for all the blessings that we receive. We thank you for your love and strength that sustain us in our daily lives.
We ask that you give us the strength to continue on during this difficult time. Guide us in our decision-making and provide clarity so that we can make wise choices at every turn.
Grant us peace of mind as well as a clear mind. Help us focus on what’s important rather than what is not important at this moment in time.
We thank you in all the times of joy we experience and share with others.
We thank you in all the times of joy we experience and share with others. We also pray for your healing during difficult times, as we learn to trust in your promises.
We know that there are many things we don’t understand about this world or ourselves, but we believe that you are always near us, even when it feels like there is nothing else around us except darkness and pain.
We thank you for every human being who has entered our lives as a friend or family member; for all those who have extended kindness to us along our journey; and for those who may not know Jesus Christ but show care through their actions toward others in need. We ask this because it gives us hope that one day everyone will accept your love into their hearts.
We thank you in the good times that we enjoy.
Prayers of gratitude go a long way in strengthening your faith and helping you to appreciate what God has given you. Thank God for the good things in your life, whether they are big or small, material or spiritual. You might be thankful for the gifts that have been given to you from others, or even if an illness has brought great pain and suffering because it taught you how valuable health is. Even though life can be difficult at times, there are always reasons to be grateful for something!
We come to you also in our sadness and heartache.
In this time of sadness and heartache, we come to you also. We are not alone in our divorce – many people have experienced the pain of a broken relationship and separation. But we also know that even though so many people experience divorce, it’s uniquely painful for each person who goes through it.
God is with us in our pain and suffering – especially during times like these when there is no one else around to comfort us or help us heal from this terrible hurt. God is with us always, but especially now that we feel so lost without the other half of ourselves by our side anymore — the person with whom we shared everything for years on end!
We know not why things would be this way, but we do know that you are always with us.
We know not why things would be this way, but we do know that you are always with us. We will trust in your love and guidance, whether it be through our trials or moments of joy. We cannot see what is coming next in this life, but we know that you have a plan for us all – and so we turn to you now, asking only that you bless the union of these two people who love each other very much.
We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ who loves them both so dearly as well. Amen
It was not your intention for divorce to exist in this world, but it does.
As a loving God, it is not your intention for divorce to exist in this world. However, you do create everything that exists on earth and beyond. You are all powerful, all knowing and all loving. Therefore you can choose how you wish to act about this situation as well as any other situation.
You have created marriage and divorce for the purpose of love between two people who are committed to each other through ceremony or promise. Marriage brings forth new life into the world when it is done properly according to your word which says “Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother and hold fast unto his wife” (Genesis 2:24).
And now we find ourselves at the crossroads of divorce for whatever reason.
And now we find ourselves at the crossroads of divorce for whatever reason. We don’t know how to feel, what to do or say and are completely overwhelmed by this unwanted change in our lives. To make matters worse, we have no idea how long it will last or if it will even happen at all.
Divorce is a difficult experience whether you initiate the process or have been served with divorce papers. It’s important to remember that this is not about who’s right and who’s wrong; it’s about figuring out what’s best for everyone involved—even though that doesn’t always make sense during such a tumultuous time in life when emotions run high on both sides of a relationship gone bad.”
It is okay to ask for help from God.
You are not alone. God is always ready to help you. He knows what you’re going through and he is always willing to listen to your prayers. It is okay to ask for help from God because he will always be there for us, no matter what we are facing at the moment.
God loves you and he wants the best for your life, so don’t hesitate in asking him for his guidance and strength during this difficult time in your life!
We know that you have the power to heal us.