Uplift with persistent prayer; encourage your spouse by sharing problems, fears, and concerns with God,

Your spouse will feel secure when prayer becomes the first line of defense in your marriage.

You have a unique and special spot as the person who is the closest to your spouse – use the knowledge you have of her – of him – to pray, interceded, ask, seek and knock on behalf of your spouse. God answers prayer. But we need to ask.

And persistent prayer will provide release from all those concerns you carry. Don’t worry – pray instead!

Uplift with Persistent Prayer

Spend time in solitude. Use Scripture to pray over your spouse. Remember to give thanks for your spouse and all you are together because God is authoring your life as husband and wife.

You two are stronger – together. Pray together. 

Pray without ceasing. 

1Thessalonians 5:17  NKV

Put your phone down – and pray instead!

Choose to pray as your first defense to draw closer to each other. Yes, put your phones down, and hold hands to pray together!

Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.

1Peter 5:7

God hears our prayers and He will provide because he cares for us. Sometimes it’s hard to feel like praying. The shortest prayer can be, “Father, help!“.  You’re asking for help from the One who created all things and has power over all things.

If you need creative ways to remind you to pray read this post.

Uplift and encourage your spouse with persistent prayer - it makes a difference in your marriage.Five Ingredients to Encourage

There are five ingredients that go into encouragement: hope, faith, love, prayer, and action.

  • Hope – for a good future, an optimistic outlook & insights
  • Faith – and a strong belief in God and His goodness
  • Love – unconditional validation of strengths without prerequisites
  • Prayer – quiet private prayer, and prayer as a couple
  • Action – the movement, the ‘doing’, the activity, adding the extra needed

What does prayer do for you?

It’ll bring a feeling of release from the worries of life.  Prayer will bring you closer to God and clarify all your thoughts. Prayer doesn’t need to be filled with fancy words, however, it needs a strong, clear and deep connection to the One who can solve everything.

What happens when you spend time on your knees – for your spouse? Your connection with God grows. It develops. You become a prayer warrior.

Books we recommend on persistent prayer:

Two books we recommend for husbands and wives who want to pray for each other are The Power of a Praying Husband” and “The Power of a Praying Wife” by Stormie Omartian.

When will you pray for your spouse today?