Is there something destroying your Christian marriage? Tearing down lines of communication and distancing intimacy? Me too! Turns out, prayer is a big part of fixing all of that. Big. Huge. Un-quantifiably important. But when you think about how to improve communication in a relationship, prayer doesn’t feel like it’s the point! Today we will see that the cornerstone is truly to talk less and pray more as we learn how to pray for your husband.
Why Learn How To Pray for Your Husband?
This is part of a workshop for improving communication in marriage. So, you might be asking why we are now talking about prayer… again. In fact, why focus on learning how to pray for your husband when you want to improve how you talk to him… or how he talks to you…
Because prayer is THE Thing that shifted everything in our marriage.
Shut up and pray is the best most practical marriage advice anyone ever gave me, though it took a decade for me to actually believe it.
Now, to be fair, I prefer “Talk less and pray more,” but the message is the same.
This is part of a Marriage Communication Workshop. Be sure to go back to register and start with session one to put everything into perspective. In it you will learn 10 communication exercises to help you reconnect and build good healthy habits to change everything.
Poor Communication Takes Two
“Set a guard, O Lord, over my mouth; keep watch over the door of my lips!” (Psalm 141:3 ESV)
The cold hard truth is this, it takes two sinners to break down the pathways of communication in a marriage. Until I began to own my part and work on changing my words and attitudes, my mouth was a big part of our problem in marriage.
So in the process of all that change, my prayers for my husband were much more effective to change my husband than any other tool I’ve tried. The best thing you can do some days is just shut up and pray, that is how to improve communication in your marriage today.
Prayer gets at the heart of my own issues from a place of humility. It also invites God into our marriage issues and let’s face it, God is the only One who can change hearts like we need.
Create Momentum To Improve Communication in Marriage
So far in the workshop, we have laid a foundation for creating momentum. Momentum is like a swing… at first, you have to push off to get it going, but after a few kicks you are soaring. The change we need will be easier once we kick off by working on our side of the communication breakdown.
Creating that momentum is necessary to change communication issues in marriage. The first four communication exercises we have learned and practiced in the workshop are crucial.
Have you done the work, or are you just absorbing the lessons?
Learning how to improve your communication in marriage depends on building that foundation:
- Know yourself and own your part.
- Accept your spouse while trusting God to change them.
- Understand the importance of monitoring your thoughts.
- Change the patterns of negative thinking in your mind.
Without this foundation, nothing we discuss today will help long term. NOTHING.
Today we add prayer to our toolbox of marriage communication exercises… but how does talking to God help us with better communication in a relationship with people we love?
What Does The Bible Say About Communication and Prayer in Marriage?
The Bible is filled with verses about communication; specifically, how we treat others and yes, how we talk with them. God used these Bible verses about communication to convince me to pray more and speak less.
“Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger;” (James 1:19 ESV)
The Bible clearly tells us to talk less and listen more.
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“Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, so that it will give grace to those who hear.” (Ephesians 4:29 NASB)
Guard Your Thoughts to Change Your Words
Do your words meet the criteria given in this Scripture Verse on communication? Let me break Ephesians 4:29 down a bit to help us reflect.
- Speak nothing unwholesome.
- Foul, profane, worthless, vulgar.
- Only edify others with your words.
- Good words to build up others.
- Only speak what fits the occasion.
- Use words that give grace.
- Speak blessing.
If this were a test I would fail. My words do not match what the Word of God sets as the standard of Christian communication. Why?
Yep, just like we have been learning. It is so important for us to stop negative thinking. It is so important I would list it in my rules of communication in relationships. You must get control of your thought life! And to do that you desperately need to learn how to pray for your husband!
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When Guarding Your Thoughts Isn’t Enough
But honestly, even after working on my thought life for a month, my words were still unkind.
I spent 30 days capturing every thought (2 Corinthians 10:3-6) and swapping negative and sinful thoughts with ones more in line with Philippians 4:8. Still I was on the struggle bus with communication!
You see, it’s not enough to just banish those negative thoughts to the dungeon in your mind. They are still there… building up… waiting for a moment of weakness to slip out and destroy all the hard work you’ve put into repairing your marriage.
What can you do when you feel this build-up like you just have to say that negative thing, but you know it’s not a God thing?
Sound too “churchy”? To understand our key principle today (talk less and pray more) we need to talk about another Biblical principle of good communication:
Understand Submission To Learn How To Pray For Your Husband
I know, I know, this is not what you want to talk about.
I get that.
But can I just say… Biblical submission is a beautiful thing when we understand it fully.
Submission does not make us a pushover or a doormat with no voice.
All too many of us (even within the Church) have the idea of a submissive wife completely wrong.
Submission is a form of surrender – to make God the leader in a Biblical marriage.
There are countless places in the Bible that talk about submission as a part of God’s plan for all believers in the Body of Christ to love each other – not just wives.
God’s way of love requires that we surrender ourselves to Him, and then to each other.
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Biblical Submission Defined
True love begins with being submitted to God. Another way to think of submission is to be fully surrendered to God. I am often asked, “What is the prayer to pray for my husband?” My first response is that we must pray for ourselves, for our own surrender. We need to come to the place where we say to God,
“All of this life is Yours. Have it all. I want to do it Your way from now on. I will not hold any area of my life back from you. Have Your way in me, God. I surrender my all to You.”
Submission, or surrender to God has been a process for me. Every time I think I have surrendered everything to God, He shows me another area I have held back.
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Submission To A Less Than Perfect Partner
Note: If you are in an abusive relationship please get help. Nothing here will stop the abuse. This marriage advice can not take the place of a face-to-face Christian counselor. You do not have to stay and be in danger. NOWHERE in God’s Word does HE ever give anyone permission to harm one of HIS children! Please get help.
What about when marriage is difficult and my husband has messed up repeatedly to our family’s detriment?
Here’s the thing, my spouse is human and fails often. I am also human and fail often.
Can I always trust my husband? Even if I wanted to, the answer has to be, “No.”
But can I trust God? Absolutely! That is what surrender is all about, trusting God, even when it feels crazy.
And that finally brings us to the need to pray as one of our marriage communication tools. You must learn how to pray for your husband if there is to be real change.
How To Pray For Your Husband And Marriage As A Communication Tool
To surrender to God and submit to my husband in some seasons is beyond hard. Can you relate?
Surrender isn’t about ignoring all the things, which means I have to deal with all the things somehow. How can I do that without all the negative mess we are working hard to overcome?
I have to be real with God first about the real things that are too hard to shut up about in our marriage.
Prayer may feel passive, but it is a powerful way to engage in communication because God can then filter out the mess of emotions. He can help us work through and forgive so we are in a good place to talk to our spouse.
Prayer is a powerful and effective communication tool in marriage. How? We are taking our real needs and struggles to the ONE who can fight the real battle for us!
How do you pray for your husband in a powerful and effective way?
- Make a list.
- Take the list to Scripture.
- Make another list.
- Remember no one is perfect.
- Create a prayer plan.
- Schedule a daily time to pray.
- Remember this is war.
- Fast and pray when you are stuck.
Make a List
If you ever wonder how a wife can pray for her husband in a powerful way it begins here. We have to move from breath prayers to strategic prayers.
What is a breath prayer? It’s what you whisper under your breath as a reaction to the hard situation.
Lord, help me.
God, change him.
They are fine, but you need a strategy, a plan to respond in a more powerful way. A list is a great place to begin this strategy.
Alright, now we will know who has been doing the work and who has just been coasting…
I have a list from day two of our workshop. Do you have a list?
We made a list of all the things we struggle to accept about our spouse during session two.
Today we will take that list to God in prayer and go to war against the real enemy of our life and marriage. Remember we are in the midst of a Spiritual War. Prayer is one way we actively wage effective Spiritual Warfare for our marriage!
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Take the List to Scripture
What Bible verse can I use to pray for my husband? Well, your husband and mine struggle in different areas so I can’t really give you a list, but I can point you to some topics.
You have a list now. Today we take that list to God’s Word and begin to work through it. What are we looking for?
Are the things on your list in the Bible?
Honestly, some of our struggles in marriage are just preferences and they won’t be in the Bible. Things like:
- How much TV my husband lets the kids watch.
- The way he loads the dishwasher.
- And oh what I would give to find the bed made the way I prefer.
Not every issue I struggle to accept in my husband is a black-and-white Biblical issue. There are certain things that I don’t like about him that I have to accept (and forgive).
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Make Another List With Grace
Yes, some of the struggles you have with your spouse are preference issues, but not all. There are things that are there, written in black white, and red in the Bible. Yes, I am saying there are things you actually have a leg to stand on against him.
But I want you to put on the breaks for a moment.
The temptation when we see that something our spouse does wrong to us is ungodly is to beat them up about it.
“Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.” (Ephesians 4:32 NIV)
Instead of standing on that righteous indignation, you have been storing up, wielding a Bible as your tool against your husband, pause.
I want you to take those verses to God to fight FOR your husband rather than using them to fight against him. Just know that the enemy is already fighting him (just like he fights against you)… don’t help that snake!
So while you are finding Scripture about the things on your list, begin making a second list.
Remind Yourself That Neither of You Is Perfect
Now you have two lists.
- Preferences issues
- One list is filled with the things you prefer but are not really Biblical issues.
- Biblical issues
- The other is a list of verses that talk specifically about the Biblical issues you struggle to accept in your spouse.
The first list is tough to read. These are things you need to let go of and accept in your husband. They are things you will need to actively forgive and give to the Lord.
A Short Prayer For Husband
Let’s sit here in front of this list for a moment.
Yes, it drives me crazy every time I pick up a wet towel off of my hardwood floor three inches away from my laundry basket. Three inches. He couldn’t have carried it three more inches?
You know what? The only perfect person who ever walked this earth was Jesus Christ. My spouse is not Jesus Christ.
There are just things I have to let go of and yes that is Biblical. If you are ever looking for Bible verses about marriage, these are my go-to scriptures (Thanks, Max!).
“Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind regard one another as more important than yourselves; do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others.” (Philippians 2:3-4 NASB)
In letting go and giving those preferences to God, God helps me learn to accept my husband. God will help me love my husband like I would love any other believer in Christ. I would accept their flaws while trusting that God is growing and maturing them in HIS time and HIS way.
Just because he is my husband doesn’t mean I have any right to expect him to be more perfect than any other man. So I pray a short prayer for my husband about that.
Dear God, help me accept my husband and forgive him while you change Him in Your way. Amen
Fight What Can Be Fought
Okay now, list two is filled with the things that I can’t accept about my husband where they are Biblical issues.
These are the things you have a leg to stand on in the fight. Remember that this is war. We need a battle plan because the enemy sure has one. He is fighting against our husbands and our marriage.
Today you will create a war room prayer for marriage. A powerful spiritual warfare strategy that empowers your prayers!
Create a Prayer Plan: A War Room Prayer for Marriage
How do you create a powerful, effective prayer strategy to do Spiritual Warfare for your marriage?
First, you take those scriptures (The ones you found when you took your list to the Bible) and journal through them in prayer topically. How?
- List all the verses in the Bible about these marital issues.
- Write them out as prayers naming your husband specifically in the prayer.
Not sure how to journal through Scriptures to create a prayer strategy? Learn how in this article: How to Create a Prayer Strategy That Will Change Every Thing.
Need an example? Check out my prayer strategy for one of our relationship problems:
People ask me all the time to teach them how to pray for their spouse. That one question is the premise for the series I’m writing called Prayers for our husbands. It is going very slowly… sorry about that.
Here’s the thing, Ya’ll. If you truly understood the power of prayer to change your marriage trouble you would grab hold of this Spiritual weapon and never let go.
Schedule a Time To Pray for Your Husband
Once you have your prayers written out in your journal, you need to make a plan and put it in your schedule or your calendar. What you plan to do happens far more consistently than what you do not plan, so make a plan!
I suggest you set a time every day, to pray through this strategy. I pray issue by issue through the week. In some seasons I spread the issues out across the month in my calendar.
Go to war for your husband, for your marriage, in prayer!
Prayer may seem passive, but it is the heavy lifting of the Spiritual battle for your husband – who is under attack. Don’t underestimate the power of prayer when focusing on how to improve communication in a relationship!
Remember This Is War
Where has the enemy gotten footholds or strongholds into your husband’s life?
What are the areas where he is completely blind? He may not see the destruction and damages his sinful behavior is wreaking on his children, his wife, and his own happiness.
To pray is to go to war against the real enemy of your marriage.
It is critical for a healthy marriage that we learn when to just be quiet about the things we can’t accept about our husband and when to pray instead. Truly, the enemy loves it when our words add to the attack he was already using.
Let’s stop being used as weapons against our partners in life! That is a key lesson in how to pray for your husband; don’t help the enemy!!!!!!
This is the most hopeful advice I can give any wife, anywhere, any time, when you feel disappointed and hopeless.
- Remember that you have powerful weapons to change the outcome of the situation.
- That is true hope.
- Know that the King of kings loves you and will fight the real battle in your marriage.
- That brings the truest joy I’ve ever known.
If you are not in the workshop check this out to begin creating a war room strategy that will scare that snake off and improve communication in your marriage.
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Prayer and Fasting for Your Husband
An additional step in this powerful way you are learning how to pray for your husband is to add a time of fasting. Fasting and prayer are powerful tools when combined.
Have you ever tried the Spiritual Discipline of fasting?
It is as simple as picking something you seek for satisfaction (sweets, TV, YouTube, Social Media, Make-up, etc.) and giving it up for a set amount of time in order to pray.
Right now I am fasting from deserts and allowing that desire to prompt me to pray. The Lord is pushing me about my control issues and after months of prayer, nothing is changing. When prayer alone will not shake something I add fasting.
What Is The Powerful Prayer For A Husband?
Many of you in the communication have asked me to go further in this post. I shared above how to pray for your husband to change, but you want prayers for your husband – specific and powerful prayers.
If you are looking for a good prayer guide I recommend a how to pray for your husband book specifically: Stromie Omartian The Power of A Praying Wife. That is a book I reference often – decades later. So powerful.
But I will share some simple prayers to get you started in the process below.
How to Pray for Your Husband from Head to Toe
“Heal me, LORD, and I will be healed; save me and I will be saved, for you are the one I praise.” (Jeremiah 17:14, NIV)
Your Word says that by Your wounds we are saved and by Your stripes, we are healed (Isaiah 53:5). I come to you to pray for my husband to be completely healed and whole in every way. Touch his mind with peace. Rewire anything in his brain that is not functioning at 100%. Balance all the hormones and clean up all the neurons so they flow and fire perfectly.
Protect his eyes and set a guard over his mouth.
Strengthen his arms and hands. Keep them strong and busy doing good. Allow my husband’s work to prosper and bring him good and not harm all the days of his life.
Guard my husband’s heart. Encourage him to eat well and exercise to it doesn’t overwork to compensate. Bless him with good health.
Clean out his gut and intestines of anything that would harm him.
Keep him pure in mind, heart, and body.
Strengthen his legs to run and finish the race well.
Bring the gospel of peace through his beautiful feet. Remind him of his calling to make disciples of all the nations.
Bless my husband from the top of his head to the soles of his feet.
How to Pray for Your Husband at Work
““Whatever you do, do it from the heart for the Lord and not for people. You know that you will receive an inheritance as a reward. You serve the Lord Christ.” (Colossians 3:23-24)
Let the work of my husband’s hand prosper. Let him find joy in the work of his hands (Psalm 90:17)
Help him to work with all his heart as though working for you. Teach him to work in such a way as to bring joy to his employers.
Remind him of his witness on the job so he refuses to grumble or complain.
Help him always be paid well for his work and see its value in society.
Free him from the idol of finding his worth or identity in work. Help him always find his identity in You alone.
How to Pray for Your Husband During Separation
I am asked often about how to pray for your husband to come home when you are in a separation. For that, I need to defer you to a few guests who wrote about that specifically.
Definitely pray and pray Scripture… but know that prayer alone will not be enough and you are not alone in this battle!
- How To Be a Biblical Wife To an Ungodly Husband
- A Wife’s True Story of Rebuilding Marriage After Infidelity
- How Good Boundaries Provide Hope for a Broken Marriage
How to Pray for Your Husband to Love You
This is a request I have received many times… and I’ve had it on my list many times. My heart breaks too because to be loved is one of the deepest needs of any wife… not just to be loved but to be loved deeply, securely.
Christ Jesus, I feel unloved. My husband is capable of love and yet he struggles to show love to me in our marriage. Please help me.
Teach him to love sacrificially as You love the church. Help him see his role as a Spiritual leader to grow in the faith together and how that shows love. Convict him where he is crass and perverse and everywhere he leads me into sin or desires sin.
Teach him how to love himself better so he can love me as he loves himself. As he feeds himself and provides for himself and looks to his needs emotionally, physically, sexually, and spiritually show him he is to look to my needs as well.
Help me to release him to You completely to change so I am not in the way. Help me feel Your love and care while You teach him how to love and care for me.
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Bible Verses To Pray For Your Husband To Love You
The Bible talks about the way we are to love others in a clear way. Love in marriage is no different. Ephesians 5:22-33 is what I based the prayer above on and I wanted to have it here for you to read.
“Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her to make her holy, cleansing her by the washing with water through the word, and to present her to himself as a radiant church, without stain or wrinkle or any other blemish, but holy and blameless.
In this same way, husbands ought to love their wives as their own bodies. He who loves his wife loves himself. After all, no one ever hated their own body, but they feed and care for their body, just as Christ does the church— for we are members of his body. “For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh.”
This is a profound mystery—but I am talking about Christ and the church. However, each one of you also must love his wife as he loves himself, and the wife must respect her husband.” (Ephesians 5:22-33 NIV)
Pray for My Husband’s Protection
“no weapon forged against you will prevail,
and you will refute every tongue that accuses you.
This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord,
and this is their vindication from me,”
declares the Lord.” (Isaiah 54:17 NIV)
Lord God, Creator of All Things,
You never leave us and You never forsake us. You see all things and are over all things. Please protect my husband today. Cover Him in Your wings and shelter under Your shadow.
Protect him when he travels.
Protect him as he is online and entertaining himself.
Keep him alert to any schemes of the enemy.
Protect his mind from anxiety, fear, depression, suicidal thoughts or any addictions.
Keep him secure in all his ways by keeping his eyes fixed on You.
Pray for My Husband in Difficult Times
These prayers are more than declarations over my husband of things I wish would be true. No, these are prayers for my husband in faith that God will move! We need that faith, especially in difficult times.
“Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,
I fear no evil, for You are with me;
Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me.” (Psalm 23:4 NASB)
I know You are Faithful and Trustworthy. In the midst of these trials, I see my husband going down a dangerous path. Hold onto Him during these hard times.
Remind Him who You are and Whose he is so he will not stay on this path for a long time. Bring him back to the straight and narrow path, the right path at all costs.
Restore our relationship and bring hope, joy, and peace back into our marriage so the world is drawn to You through us.
Midnight Prayers For My Husband
Through all the years of this difficult marriage, I have spent many nights sleeplessly praying. There are things that rock us to the core. In those seasons we need midnight prayers for our husbands.
How To Pray For Your Husband About Salvation
Dear Heavenly Father,
The Bible says You sent Your One and Only Son to die for whosoever believes. My husband is a “whosoever” and I am standing on the promise that salvation is for him.
Open his eyes to see he is lost and that only You can save him. Soften his heart to accept that he can not save himself or be good enough on his own. Prompt his mind that this can not wait.
All glory to You. Amen.
How To Pray For Your Husband About Spiritual Growth
I am asking for my husband to grow spiritually, mature, and live a life that bears much fruit, showing good things to the lost world around him.
Help my husband’s relationship with you to grow in a great way. Instill in him the fear of the Lord that surpasses his fear of man or failure.
Help him see God’s love and be able to speak of it in his own words to those around him.
Grow his prayer life from breath prayers to become a prayer time that is rich and befitting a godly man. Make him into a great prayer warrior where prayer and praise are normal in his daily life!
I know that when he is growing in faith he will become a better husband.
How To Pray For Your Husband About Fear
I see my husband stuck in fear but 2 Timothy 1:7 says You did not give us a spirit of fear. That means this fear is a trick from the enemy.
I claim the power of the blood of Jesus over my husband today and rebuke fear. Instead, fill him with Your power, love, and a sound mind, in Jesus’ Name.
How To Pray For Your Husband About Suicidal Thoughts
Jehovah, El Roi (The God Who Sees),
I need you to move in my husband’s mind, heart, and soul today. He is struggling with thoughts that can not come from you.
Break down any foothold the enemy has into his mind in the Name of Jesus. Restore what was stolen and heal what was broken in his mind through trauma and sin.
Deliver him from this and restore him to Your peace that passes understanding.
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How To Pray For Your Husband About Gambling
This is an on-again-off-again struggle in our marriage that I have written about in detail before. Here is a snippet of one of the 10 Powerful Effective Prayers to Pray over Gambling in a Christian Marriage (Click Through for 9 More Prayers):
Replace the bold/italics with your husband/wife’s name to personalize the prayer.
God, I lift my husband up to you today and our struggle with Gambling.
Please make his heart free from the love of money, Your word says he will never be satisfied pursuing that.
Teach him to be on guard against greed because his heart will follow it and leave us if left unchecked. Amen
How To Pray For Your Husband About Alcohol
Though I don’t write about this on the blog, my husband is a recovering alcoholic. I praise God for delivering him from that addiction. This is one of the prayers I used to pray over him.
Dear Lord, my husband is an alcoholic. He drinks until he passes out or blacks out after doing something that hurt me and us or others.
You said a prayer offered in faith for the sick can heal them. My husband is sick with this addiction. It plagues his mind and body. I have faith that You can heal him in Jesus’ Name and through the power of His blood.
Please move and fight over me and him. Amen.
How To Pray For Your Husband About Pornography
This is another area where I would be awake at all hours in tears praying for my husband. If your husband has a pornography addiction I have several articles and resources that can help below.
Sweet Spirit, My husband is tempted to entertain lustful thoughts. He longs for the pleasure of this world, the lust of the flesh pulls at him strongly. But I am calling on the Power of the Holy Spirit to transform his desires. To replace the lust in his heart with the desire for righteousness – with Your desires for his life.
Teach him (and help me actually learn) how to submit every part of his life to You. Lead his thoughts to contentment rather than the restless longing for more sin. Help him to acknowledge Your hand at work in his life and trust that You ultimately are working to lead our family. I am trusting You to fight this battle for my husband. Amen.
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How To Pray For Your Husband About Anger and Impatience
Lord Jesus, My husband allows impatience and anger to rule his thoughts and words. This hurts him, me, and our entire family. Show him how foolish it is to leave these sinful emotions unchecked.
Teach him to set a guard over his mouth and tongue to keep his soul from trouble*.
Give him Your peace, God’s wisdom, and Heavenly discernment in his thoughts and words to make the right decisions in Jesus’ Name.
How To Pray For Your Husband About Parenting
Abba Father, my husband didn’t have a good example of a godly father. He sees himself as a failure and is fearful of making things worse. Please show him how to be the good father he desires to become. Show him what he does well and help him acknowledge where he does well and love his children.
Help us to be united in how we raise these children.
Remind him not to provoke them to anger for no reason. And remind him that they are not just short adults but developing children who have much to learn and can not be perfect.
Help him speak with wisdom and joy and put aside unrealistic expectations and harsh criticism.
And help our children to honor him and forgive him when he fails. In all ways let them look to You as their great Heavenly Father.
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You Know How To Pray For Your Husband. Where Will You Start?
The importance of prayer in learning how to fix communication in a relationship, especially in a Christian marriage can not be overstated!
We have to understand who the real enemy is in this fight. But more than that, we need to see that the tools God gave us to fight the real battle for our marriage are powerful.
Aren’t you thankful God gave us powerful weapons for just that purpose?
Learning how to pray for your husband is the fifth step in the heart-deep process of radical change that will fix communication in your marriage. When we stop speaking words of death and pray about those issues instead, we will see the power of God unleashed in our marriage.
These FREE printable Bible verses cards about communication will help you start the process.
For more tools to improve communication in your marriage be sure to join the Marriage Communication Workshop, and download the effective communication in marriage PDF workbook that is filled with even more marriage communication exercises!
In HIS Love,
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