Please Pray that I Know God's Will


Hi Everyone:

Please help me in praying that I will discern God’s will for me. After a few months of separation with my husband, I have been trying to reconcile with him. We have been living together again for about 5 months, and now he is asking me to leave again.

I have been praying to God to know His Will for me, if He really wants me to leave and give up, or if He wants me to hang in there and keep praying.

Please pray that I will be able to discern God’s Will. I don’t know how to know what is the right thing. I keep asking God to send me a sign, and then I think that my husband telling me to leave is the sign and I should listen. But then the other night at Mass, the priest spoke in his sermon about how we often give up on something that we are praying for 15 minutes before God has a miracle planned. So I do not know if that was God telling me to hang in there and be patient because He is working on my husband and our marriage.

Pray that I have clarity and peace in knowing what God wishes for me to do.

Thank You.



May you pray without ceasing in doing the will of God in all things. You are not alone, take comfort that your Heavenly Father knows what is in your heart.

Saying prayers for you.



Dear Lord, I list up to this woman and her husband. Intervene with them, Lord, and show them Your path. In Jesus name we pray.


I will pray for your intentions.


:gopray2: I am praying for you. God bless you and be with you.


Keeping you in prayer that you know God’s Will for you. Perhaps a talk with a priest may be helpful in discerning?

Blessings and with Peace…Barb




You have my prayers of discernment and that God will guide your heart and mind.


I’ll be praying for you. May God give you the help and direction you need. :gopray2:


Hi–I will certainly be praying for you. My husband and I are separated too. Just keep praying for the Holy Spirit to speak loudly to you and your husband. There are times when I waiver in my stand for my husband and marriage, but I always come back to standing and praying. I pray for God’s grace and strength for you. Ignore the “circumstances” that surround you, for God is more powerful and mighty than our circumstances. Never look back and never give up on your husband–you may be the only one praying for him. You, and all separated or divorced couples, are in my heart always.


I can only imagine your pain, and right now I ask St. Monica to pray for you as she would know how to ease your pain. I ask our Father to give you peace and courage while waiting on Him to move.


Prayers for you and your husband to find peace and understanding and regain that love vowed on that special and blessed day. May St. Joseph of the holy family intercede for you both and bring you to where you both need to be. God Bless.




I’m praying for the both of you.


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