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What Should I Pray For

My husband and i have split up because he feels like we cannot live together in peace.What should i be praying for from God?I want my marriage to work.He says that he does not want me to contact him again in any way.How can i show him the changes in my life? He doesnt have anything to do with me?

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 ---michelle on 10/10/07
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I am truly sorry, there is not anything you can do. Keep asking God as to what to do, my friend. It is out of your hands, as they say.
---catherine on 9/2/08

oh...not willing to forgive you, Michelle? does not sound like a Christian man > and you married him and don't know what to pray for > have you accepted Christ with no religious decorating and copy-catting, but just submitting to God? I have spent years offering myself to God for how He can CORRECT me so I will relate right with a lady in case I get married > years of constant investing in this
---Bill_bila5659 on 9/2/08

(1)You could pray for the strength and peace of God to come into your life. 1 Corinthians 7:15 But if the unbelieving depart, let him depart. A brother or a sister is not under bondage in such cases: but God hath called us to peace. So move away from your WANTS and consider your husbands. We are called to love our neighbor as ourselves, and if you felt like you could not live with someone you shouldnt have to.
---ShawnM.T on 11/1/07

(2)I do believe that your husband should honor his wedding vows and seek a Godly reconciliation. But that is for him to decide. 1 Corinthians 7:5 Defraud ye not one the other, except it be with consent for a time, that ye may give yourselves to fasting and prayer, and come together again, that Satan tempt you not for your incontinency
---ShawnM.T on 11/1/07

Hello, I really feel for you.
I would pray that God gives you wisdom over your Husband.
It says in the Bible that if the Unbeliever wants to depart, let them and the Believer is no longer in Bondage but to live in peace.
I would back off and allow a waiting period of trusting in the Lord.
The Lord knows the outcome of your Marriage before you do.
---lisa on 10/25/07

We better all pray for our nation. Dear heavenly Father, this country has pushed you out. And we are in more trouble than ever before because of it. Please help us this nation and its people to come back to you. In Jesus name Amen. >>>Well, here we go again: In the state of Main, the schools has decided to start passing out bith control pills to ten and eleven year olds without parents permission.>>>God out Devil strikes again.
---catherine on 10/18/07

Well you pray for peace. Peace is power. After that rest.
---catherine on 10/16/07

Michelle, You can pray for your husband, but you need to work on yourself right now. Submerge yourself in the scriptures and let God show you Yourself. Allow God to lead and guide you. Praise Him for the change you are "going" to see in yourself. This is a major test in YOUR faith. Love the Lord with all your heart, soul, and mind. Focus solely on Him. God already knows that "we" no not what to pray for-but pray without ceasing anyways!! God bless!
---Angela on 10/11/07

Michelle, Bless you. I know this is painful and pain can obscure our vision. Try not to focus so much on your husband or yourself, immerse yourself in the Lord. even if you don't feel like it, start by thanking and praising Him, making Him your focus. Do this as often and as long as possible. As you enter into His presence, you'll find fullness of joy and He will direct you how to pray.
---christina on 10/11/07

wow...I appreciate these other answers...dsda, I've never seen you here before, I think...nice to meet you, thanks so much for so simple and helpful a sharing thing > Michelle, what to pray > "we do not know what we should pray for as we ought", our Apostle Paul himself shares with us, in Romans 8:26 > so, Michelle, you are not the only one who needs help about what we need to pray. It helps me to forgive in prayer for ALL people, to care about others while I have my own trouble (((o:
---Bill_bila5659 on 10/11/07

Michelle, something is definitly wrong in the relationship between your husband and yourself. If you are both saved, then why is there so much strife in your marriage? The best advice that I would suggest to you is to surrender yourself to the Lord and allow His love to flow through you to your husband. In other words, let him see Christ in you.
---Cynthia on 10/11/07

Jesus came so that we would be reconciled to Him He is the great reconciler. Pray big prayers...don't just pray for a little affection. You want life and you want it more abundantly and your willing to believe God for it. Pray, believe begin to praise Him for the situation and that He can makes wonderful things come through the darhest times in our lives.
Pray above all believe
---Andrea on 10/11/07


May I please speak from experience, as a man who has been around for a long time. If your husband is acting this way, my gut feeling is that he may have found someone else.

I know those are not very comforting words, but I am just trying to be honest.

I will pray for you and you marriage.

May the Lord uphold you.
---trey on 10/10/07

you do what you can do, and God does what you cannot do.
just show God your changes and pray God to send him back.
---dsda on 10/10/07

Michelle, Just seek the Lord. Seek Him with all that you have and He will give you favor. I'm not sure that it will be to get your husband back but He rewards those who seek him. Your marriage was not Christ centered so will be difficult to pull back together. Pray for your husbands salvation and possibly your own.:)
---splaa6685 on 10/10/07

Pray that God reveals to you things about yourself. you can only change yourself. even if you don't get back together if there was no peace in your home. something was wrong.
---denise on 10/10/07

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Basic > submit to God > "Therefore submit to God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you." (James 4:7)

Commit to not let anything excuse you to argue or complain > "Do all things without complaining and disputing," (Philippians 2:14) this is COMMANDED, and we are commanded not to commit adultery >

**be faithful to our Groom Jesus by refusing to have any affair with stuff in you that would cause you to argue or complain** (o:
---Bill_bila5659 on 10/10/07

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