Prayer For Healing A Broken Marriage

Prayer For Healing A Broken Marriage

It is not easy to pray for healing from a marriage that has ended in divorce or separation. The pain of losing someone you love can leave you completely broken. But as Christians, we know that God always has a plan for our lives and that nothing happens by chance; instead, everything happens according to His will (Eph 1:11). If you are hurting because of the breakdown of your marriage relationship, please know that God desires to bring healing into your life. Pray these prayers below so you can begin the road toward healing from this difficult situation!

Heavenly Father, I come to you in the name of Jesus Christ and it is by grace that I have been saved.

Heavenly Father, I come to you in the name of Jesus Christ and it is by grace that I have been saved.

Jesus is the only way to salvation. He loves us so much that he gave his life for our sins. Jesus died on the cross and rose from the dead, proving that death could not hold him! This gives us hope that someday we’ll be reunited with our loved ones in Heaven. Jesus also told us that he will return to judge this world, so help me live my life accordingly and honor Him every day until then!

Jesus, you are my Lord and Savior and I am forgiven of all unrighteousness because of your sacrifice on the cross.

You are forgiven for all of your sins, because through Jesus’ sacrifice you have been made right with God. Your spouse no longer has to live with the consequences of his or her sin, and neither do you. God has forgiven both of you, and now he wants to heal your marriage so that it can be a reflection of his love in this world.

Jesus is the only way to salvation; he died on the cross for our sins so that we could be cleansed from them by allowing him into our hearts and minds as Lord and Savior. He rose again after three days; this means that no one can hold death over us any longer! And finally, Jesus is coming back someday soon—and when he does come back again he will take all those who believe in him up into heaven where there is no pain or suffering (Revelation 21:4).

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In Jesus name, I ask for healing from all the pain and hurt this broken marriage has caused me.

You may be asking God to heal your marriage, but if you’re praying alone, it’s important to remember that He has a plan for your spouse too. You can pray for the Lord to heal their heart and mind, and give them the strength and courage they need to make the changes necessary to fix their broken marriage. The same goes for any children involved in the relationship—they need healing just as much as anyone else!

Once you’ve prayed for healing, it’s important not to forget about yourself as well. In fact, if your marriage is broken because of something one or both parties did wrong (and believe me when I say there are plenty of ways this could happen), then part of what needs healing is how each party treats themselves after being hurt by someone else in such a huge way. If they don’t start treating themselves better than they did before things went south with their spouse or partner then we’ll never see any real progress made towards fixing things between these two people who once loved each other fiercely enough that nothing could stop them from spending forever together

In Jesus name, I ask for forgiveness for my part in anything that has led to the breaking down of this marriage relationship.

In Jesus name, I ask for forgiveness for my part in anything that has led to the breaking down of this marriage relationship.

In Jesus name, I ask for forgiveness for my part in anything that has led to the breaking down of this marriage relationship. In particular, I confess:

I am not perfect and have made mistakes in this relationship that have hurt you and/or caused division between us. I have been selfish at times and prideful at others. Sometimes I have been lazy or a bad example to our children by making poor decisions about money management or other important matters.

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I ask for the strength to forgive my spouse for all the ways they have hurt me during this time.

Your relationship may have been filled with pain, but forgiveness is still a choice. You can choose to forgive your spouse for all the ways they have hurt you during this time and move forward with your life.

Forgiveness is a process, not an immediate thing that happens overnight or in one day. Forgiveness means letting go of resentment and bitterness toward another person who has wronged us or someone else. It does not mean forgetting what happened; rather, it means choosing to release the anger and hurt so that we can heal from those experiences without being weighed down by them.

It’s important for you to know that forgiveness does not mean staying in an unhealthy marriage and putting up with abuse from your spouse—it simply means letting go of anger toward them for their past transgressions (or present ones). Forgiveness also does not mean you need to be friends with your spouse; instead it is about removing yourself from being controlled by harmful emotions such as hatred or bitterness because of what has occurred between the two of you over time

Holy Spirit, empower me to forgive myself so that I can move forward with a clean heart and mind.

Forgiveness is the process of letting go of resentment, anger and pain. It doesn’t mean forgetting what happened to you or that you have to give up your right to be angry at someone who hurt you. Forgiveness means that even though they did something wrong, God has forgiven them and now it’s your turn to let go of all those negative emotions so that they don’t eat away at your heart anymore.

Forgiving yourself is often harder than forgiving others because we tend to hold ourselves accountable for everything that happens in our lives–even when it’s not our fault. We beat ourselves up over mistakes we’ve made or things we didn’t do properly or well enough for long periods of time until we can no longer live with ourselves because the guilt weighs us down so much we think this is how it will always be for us: unhappy, frustrated and unfulfilled by life itself because happiness seems unattainable unless there are special circumstances involved which tend not be within our control anyway (like winning an award).

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Forgive me of any bitterness or anger that may be trying to take root in my heart as a result of being hurt by my spouse.

Forgiveness is a process that God has given us as a tool for healing and moving forward. Forgiveness isn’t easy, but it’s the only way to move forward.

Forgiveness is not just saying “I forgive you.” Forgiveness is a decision to let go of the past and move on with our lives. It’s a choice we make when we decide that we want to be free from whatever resentment or bitterness has been holding us back in our relationship with God, ourselves, or others around us.

Give me strength each day to take one step closer towards restoration – even if that means taking small steps towards reconciliation.

  • Pray for the strength to forgive yourself.
  • Pray for the strength to forgive your spouse.
  • Pray for the strength to take one step closer towards reconciliation, even if that means taking small steps towards reconciliation.
  • Pray for the strength to forgive your spouse for all the ways they have hurt you, including their lack of faithfulness and failure in caring and honoring their commitments towards you as a partner, friend or parent

Pray for healing from hurt in your marriage

I’ve been married for almost nine years and have experienced hurts that have put a strain on our marriage.

I have prayed for peace, healing, forgiveness and strength to endure. I have asked God to guide me in knowing what to do next as well as restoration of my marriage.

If you are still reading this post, then we are confident that you are interested in healing your marriage. We want to encourage you to keep praying for the healing of your marriage and stay consistent with it. The truth is that God wants to heal your marriage and he will do it if you ask him in faith!