For my husband


Dear God please help my husband get thru all of the stages of his midlife crisis, quickly. Break off his adulterous relationship and take away the temptations that have been placed in front of him. Help him to see that we believe that he belongs at home with his beautiful wife and two children. Please give him the strength to come home to work on rebuilding and reconstructing our marriage. Give me the strength Dear Lord to have a forgiving heart. Please Lord help us to reconcile our marriage. Watch over Scott as he makes decisions that effect our future. Guide me into doing what I need to help my husband thru this transition in our lives. Please Lord answer my fervent prayers. Amen:signofcross:


You are not alone…I wil pray for you in front of the Blessed Sacrament every Friday… I will thank God for giving you the necessary grace to see your family through this trial. I will also pray that your husband recognize that he is responsible for the salvation of his family’s souls and that he reconcile with the Lord quickly.

Jesus I Trust in You. Jesus I Trust in You. Jesus I Trust in You. Amen.+.


Praying for your family.




Praying hard for you and your family.



I pray that your husband be shown the error of his ways and that there may be healing for this family. I will keep you in my prayers.








Praying for your family


I pray that your husband obtains the strength to rebuke Satan’s temptation. I pray that God continues to give you the strength to hold your family together. I pray that God softens your heart and allows you to forgive. I can only imagine how hard this must be for you, but God Bless you, you are willing to try to save your marriage, when so many others aren’t. Your dedication to your marriage, family and your faith are awesome. I pray that God continues to give you strength to carry that cross.


Will keep your husband, yourself and your family in prayer…




Praying for these intentions…


Thank you all for your prayers. Please continue to pray for my husband and my family. Nothing has changed. I am going on a retreat this coming weekend and looking forward to being able to spend some quality time with God. I hope that during this weekend God will continue to hear my fervent prayers and answer them soon. Amen:signofcross:


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Praying for you and your husband!


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