Weddings are a joyous occasion, and one that we are happy to celebrate with our loved ones. But what about when something goes wrong? Whether it’s the weather ruining your outdoor photos, a last-minute crisis with the catering, or just general anxiety leading up to your big day, sometimes things don’t quite go according to plan. Whether you’re celebrating your own wedding or someone else’s, here are five ways to pray for guidance and strength on your special day.
Prayer for Newly Weds
When you get married, you make a promise to each other. You vow to love and support each other through thick and thin. And the commitment to prayer between newlyweds is essential to keeping that promise.
A Prayer For Newly Weds
We thank you for our marriage and pledge to always be there for each other. Please help us to honor our vows and stay strong through the ups and downs of life together.
In Jesus’ name we pray, amen.
Prayer for Newlyweds
When you’re preparing to say your vows, it’s important to remember that marriage is an exchange of love. Marriage is a covenant between two people to love and support each other in good times and bad. A marriage can only be successful when both partners pray for and forgive each other.
Prayer for newlyweds can start with a simple prayer such as, “Dear God, we ask You to bless this union and help us to grow closer together in your service. Help us to cherish each other and give us strength through the trials that lie ahead.”
Some couples also like to dedicate a prayer quote or scripture to their marriage. This can be a great way to remind yourselves of why you’re marrying each other and what you’re hoping for from your union.
Remember, no marriage is perfect, but with continual prayer and effort on both parts, your marriage can be a truly blessed experience.
Prayer for Newlyweds
Congratulations on your marriage! Prayer can be a powerful tool for strengthening your relationship and growing closer to one another.
When you’re preparing for your wedding, be sure to take advantage of the wonderful resources available online. There are countless prayers specifically dedicated to weddings, and you can use them as a starting point.
But don’t stop there. Prayers can also be adapted to fit your own unique relationship. Whether you’re married or newly engaged, there are plenty of prayers that can help you connect with God and bring comfort and healing into your life.
Take some time today to pray for your new marriage. You’ll be thankful you did!
Prayer for Newly Married Couples
When you’re planning your wedding, it can be easy to focus on all the things you have to do, rather than on the things that God has for you. But spending time in prayer together as a newly married couple can help you connect with Him and find peace in your new relationship.
Here are a few prayer suggestions to start your marriage off on the right foot:
Request guidance from God as you make decisions together.
Thank Him for bringing you together and for blessing your relationship.
Ask Him to help you grow closer to each other, and stay committed to each other through thick and thin.
Thank Him for His continual presence in your lives.
If you find yourself struggling in your relationship, pray for forgiveness and strength to overcome any obstacles.
Prayer for a Happy Marriage
When you are planning your wedding, it is important to remember that a happy marriage is the key to a successful future. Here are a few prayer requests to help you build a lasting relationship with your spouse:
• That you will love each other unconditionally and always be there for each other.
• That you will have huge amounts of happiness, love, and laughter together.
• That you will cherish your time together and constantly remind each other of how special your relationship is.
Congratulations on your upcoming marriage! As you embark on this journey together, please keep in mind that Prayer is always a crucial part of any Counseling process. Please don’t hesitate to reach out for help and guidance as you navigate this new chapter in your life. May the Lord bless both of you with everlasting happiness and love.