Prayer for husband who has seperated

I have sinned against my husband and my family. I have verbally abused my husband and cast him to the side for so many years. He has finally left after 8 years. I am a sinner and have asked for forgiveness. He states he is not sure if he wants to work on our marriage. The damage is done and he is not sure if it can be repaired. We have 2 small children and this is breaking their hearts. I have met with the priest, I have met with our spiritual minister and continue counseling sessions with her. Please pray for my husband, who has been so hurt so badly. He is a man of his word and would not have left if he didn’t feel that was his only option. I pray for him to find forgiveness and to look at me with new eyes to see the woman who wants to be always by his side. I pray that his heart will open up again to the love that is within and renew our marriage and committment to each other. I ask this in Jesus’ name.


Wow!! What a woman!! You have made it through the hardest part… by admitting fault… Just don’t take all the fault upon yourself. I will definately be praying for you and your entire family!

KMC with God ALL THINGS are possible . Pray everyday for a restoration of your marriage . The Lord hears . Lord restore and heal the hurts and disappointments and resentments in this marriage . Lord let the husband open his heart and forgive his wife kmc . Lord do not let the enemy destroy this marriage . with love I assk you lord heal this marriage and embrace this family . thank you Lord , in the name of Jesus , amen . John


kmc, you and your family are in my prayer.

A very honest and humble post…will keep you in daily prayer and hope your marriage will be restored.

Thank you all for your prayers. I continue to pray for my marriage and my husband. I am going to keep these vows at whatever cost. I pray he will want to work on our marriage. I am going to try to not analize his feelings or emotions. God Bless you all.

I pray that your husband will find forgiveness within his heart. And, also God Bless you for having such courage to so openly admit to your faults and be truly remorseful.

I thank you all for your prayers and I continue to pray as well. I am going to confession tomorrow and humbly beg God for forgiveness. I hope and pray that my husband will forgive me as well. I know deep down inside me that I can be the wife, mother and person Jesus intends me to be, if only given another chance. This was my wake-up call and I am awakened. God has a plan and his will be done. Through pain we grow the most. I pray for my husband. He is a good husband, father and friend. He is a good man and I pray for our reconciliation. May God guide him back to his family. I thank you all for your prayers.
God Bless,

May The Holy Spirit guide and console you…keeping you and your hopes in prayer. I hope The Peace of The Lord will flood your soul with Confession…


You are in my prayers Kristen.

I will keep you in my daily prayers. Just as it can sometimes take a long time to destroy a relationship, it can take a long time to rebuild it and repair the trust. I will pray God will give you the grace and patience to be patient with yourself and with your husband. Plese do not give up hope! Your committment to repair your relationship over the long term may have a profound effect on your husband.

I will be praying for you and your husband daily.



Hail Mary,
Full of Grace,
The Lord is with thee.
Blessed art thou among women,
and blessed is the fruit
of thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary,
Mother of God,
pray for us sinners now,
and at the hour of our death.


Praying for you and your husband…

I continue to pray for my husband that he may break down the wall that divides us. Thank you all for your prayers and God Bless you all.

I’m still praying for you honey.


I am still praying for you…
Here’s a hug:hug1: Just close your eyes and feel it

You need the strength to be strong and help your kids through this

You are always in my prayers
God Bless

Praying for you, your husband and your children.

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