Please pray for my destructive ex girlfriend


#1

I implore you brothers and sisters in Christ to pray for my ex-girlfriend who is not catholic. We broke up partly over our differences in religious, political and social views. I am now in a new relationship with a catholic woman who i love. My ex is still calling me sometimes and wants to stay in contact with my family and is calling me and saying bad and hurtful things about my and my current girlfriend. Her behavior indicates that she has not let go even though our break up was with mutual consent. I just want Jesus to touch her heart so that she grows closer to Him and that she stops her destructive ways before my current relationship comes to an end because of it.

Yours in Christ.


#2

Praying…

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#3

Prayers for your ex…:angel1:


#4

St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray, and do thou Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the Power of God, cast into Hell Satan and all the evil spirits who prowl around the world, seeking the ruin of souls.

-Amen-


#5

May the Holy Spirit be at work in all of your lives for this situation.


#6

May you and your current girlfriend have the self confidence, compassion, and equanimity to be unaffected by this behavior. May your ex girlfriend find the emotional solace she needs. In Jesus’ name, Amen


#7

Amen.


#8

. I just want Jesus to touch her heart so that she grows closer to Him and that she stops her destructive ways before my current relationship comes to an end because of it.

Will keep in prayer…
http://smileys.smileycentral.com/cat/16/16_4_16.gifJMJ


#9

:gopray2:


#10

Praying for her.


#11

praying for all


#12

:crossrc:


#13

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