Daily Prayers From Lovelift

Posted by: | Posted on: January 2, 2015

Our Lovelift Programme had created daily prayer items for people in relationship. image
Take the steps of praying daily for your relationship. We believe strongly that this will create peace and happiness in your courtship or marriage. Follow any of our Distance Mentoring Programme (DMP) to discover practical steps to grow in your faith and relationship. Lovelift on any internet radio channel or Facebook. Faithlift and Digitalife on radio also.

Pray for your spouse I:

May you grow in love for God. May you love God with all your heart, soul and might. I pray that you will make God the centre of your life. I pray that you will submit your mind, emotions, desires and dreams to God. From today, I release you to pursue a deep love relationship with God in Jesus Name,?Amen.?

“Deeper love for God produces a happy relationship with others”

Pray for your spouse II:

From this day, may you never carry your fears, worries and cares by yourself. Receive the grace to place them on Jesus. I pray that you will remember how much Jesus loves you and will release all anxiety and give it to Him. May you walk in total joy henceforth in Jesus name, Amen.

“Human love is limited to care for all your needs but the love of Jesus is unlimited to carry all your real needs”

Pray for your Spouse lll

“Lord, I commit my spouse’s heart and mouth into your hands. May he/she speak good words, words that are encouraging and exhorting. Dear Holy Spirit, please control every speech to be holy and happy – let not angry words reign in my relationship in Jesus name.”

True love is caution to the tongue and alertness to the ear. Speak respectfully and listen carefully. Remember, gentle communication is the first law of love.

Pray for your Spouse IV

“Dear father, help me to discover those little things that may be hurting my relationship without my knowledge. Enable me to make amends on time! I rebuke any sudden breakage in my love. In Jesus name, Amen.”

“Son 2:15 Catch for us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vines: for our vines have tender grapes.”

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