Praying to meet future husband


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Praying to meet future husband

and that God will direct me to the right person.
could you pray for me, that Jesus will spiritual direct me to the right person,

thanks


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Hi, I’m Stephen, nice to meet you :wink:


#3

\Hello

I want to thank you all for praying for me,
and also think about all the ofher men and women , just like me
that also want to meet that very special someone too.
I am not alone in this, there are so many men and women,

that want to meet that very special someoe, and we need so many prayers
that God will direct us to that place.
But the key is this, that that this person goes to church
and that he also has his hobbies, as well
Because, one needs to have this to be healthy,
we need an balance, in life, yes, we need this


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I will be praying for you but I think it’s important to also pray for God’s Will to done, he knows the plans he has for you. Ask God to take away the desire for marriage if it is not his will, and if you still have the desire pray for patience because God’s time is not our time.
O Jesus, lover of the young, the dearest Friend
I have, in all confidence I open my heart to You
to beg Your light and assistance in the
important task of planning my future. Give me
the light of Your grace, that I may decide
wisely concerning the person who is to be my
partner through life. Dearest Jesus, send me
such a one whom in Your divine wisdom You
judge best suited to be united with me in
marriage. May her/his character reflect some
of the traits of Your own Sacred Heart. May s/
he be upright, loyal, pure, sincere and noble, so
that with united efforts and with pure and
unselfish love we both may strive to perfect
ourselves in soul and body, as well as the
children it may please You to entrust to our
care. Bless our friendship before marriage, that
sin may have no part in it. May our mutual
love bind us so closely, that our future home
may ever be most like Your own at Nazareth.
O Mary Immaculate, sweet Mother of the
young, to your special care I entrust the
decision I am to make as to my future wife/
husband. You are my guiding Star! Direct me
to the person with whom I can best cooperate
in doing God’s Holy Will, with whom I can live
in peace, love and harmony in this life, and
attain to eternal joys in the next.
Amen.


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Hello
I want to thank you for replying to my request on praying to meet future husband

I have been asking God to show me spiritual signs for this and the signs are yes
So now I know, that God wants me to be married
And if I did not have this, spiritual sign,from God, I would not have post this thread on here
so could you all pray for me on this, that I will be spiritual direct by God to meet my future husband.

Thank you for your prayers on this, request.


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I saw this thread and would like to offer some prayers on your behalf. I will pray that if your vocation is indeed marriage, that not only you receive a husband, but that he be orthodox and strong in faith and loyalty, a mighty rock of strength, courage and conviction, as Our Lord is a mighty rock for us to lean on.

Peace be to you, sister!


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Hello Andrew 1983,

Thank you for this reply, yes,I have been praying for a future husband, first of all

I did ask God to give me Spiritual Sign from Him to know if this is my Vocation. And God did answer this, and the answer is Yes.
If He didn’t want me to go forward with this ,Vocation, I would have go to another vocation.
But I was asking Him for Spiritual signs for a long time, and He answer it

The answer was a very strong yes, and it was very very strong,

Now in your email you mention a " Orthodox" what does this mean.

I am praying for everything that you have mention, but the key is this, when I am asking for a Future husband. That this future husband, have a great devotion to Our Lady, like I have. And that he have similar hobbies. . Because, we also need that in our life’s. That is also how we have a balance life. and also staying healthy, and by eating the proper foods.
Thanks for this, and I would like to know, what you mean by this word.


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The word “orthodox” (with a small “o”) in this context does not necessarily mean the Orthodox (capital “O”) churches. It simply means “right believing”. In other words, pray that if His Majesty our God gives you a husband, then he should truly believe all that the Catholic Church teaches to be revealed by Christ, or that he be actively seeking it.


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The word “orthodox” (with a small “o”) in this context does not necessarily mean the Orthodox (capital “O”) churches. It simply means “right believing”. In other words, pray that if His Majesty our God gives you a husband, then he should truly believe all that the Catholic Church teaches to be revealed by Christ, or that he be actively seeking it.

Thanks for the accurate response and greetings to another fellow Latin who delights in frequenting our Sister Byzantium! I pray that the experience with brethren in the Eastern Churches has been a prosperous and reinvigorating one. I enjoyed my time spent with a certain Melkite parish in Augusta, GA when I had lived there and hold them to be a model of the true faith.

Hello Andrew 1983,

Thank you for this reply, yes,I have been praying for a future husband, first of all

I did ask God to give me Spiritual Sign from Him to know if this is my Vocation. And God did answer this, and the answer is Yes.
If He didn’t want me to go forward with this ,Vocation, I would have go to another vocation.
But I was asking Him for Spiritual signs for a long time, and He answer it

The answer was a very strong yes, and it was very very strong,

Now in your email you mention a " Orthodox" what does this mean.

I am praying for everything that you have mention, but the key is this, when I am asking for a Future husband. That this future husband, have a great devotion to Our Lady, like I have. And that he have similar hobbies. . Because, we also need that in our life’s. That is also how we have a balance life. and also staying healthy, and by eating the proper foods.
Thanks for this, and I would like to know, what you mean by this word.

Greetings anumus,

As stated above by angelic06, orthodoxy, simply put is correct or right belief. The reason I pray that you receive a husband with orthodox beliefs, is because quite frankly, in my own personal observations, there are many in the 20s-30s age range that don’t have it or know it, especially when it comes to views on salvation and Church history (but that’s another topic all together, so do forgive me if I ranted).

I personally tend to put a huge emphasis on being orthodox and it’s a make or break deal, not so much due to personal pride, but if one is called to marriage as a vocation, he or she must also understand that they are responsible for the raising of their children and as it is a joint effort between husband and wife, they must be on the same page with the core fundamentals. If not, this can and will cause significant problems with the education of sons and daughters.

Now, certainly, that’s not the only thing to be concerned with.

I think that your list is very good and reasonable as you both will need have common interests and even better, common passions. If you’re a creative person, it’s probably almost essential to have another creative person to whom you can share ideas with and receive feedback. If it’s traveling or sports that are your thing, you’ll probably have an easy time finding someone since those are two very common activities.

One thing though, that really should be taken into consideration, is how a person handles stress and negativity. What I mean by this is to observe how they handle anger, and they attempt to transfer it onto you. It doesn’t need to be physical to still be abusive or manipulative. It also may take several instances where it becomes more apparent, and sadly, this can only be observed by the passage of time. Six months generally is the rule of thumb, however, problems can become apparent sooner. If you notice certain irreconcilable differences creeping up and you have that urgent fight or flight feeling, it’s time to get out.

I pray that some of what I posted is of some help to you.

May the peace of the Lord be upon you. :slight_smile:


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