Request for a Prayer Warrior


#1

I was wondering if anyone of you would consent to be my prayer warrior to pray for the restoration of my marriage? It would basically mean praying everyday for this restoration.
i know this is very difficult… but thank you all for all the prayers and advice that you have given me until now…


#2

I’m at work now, on a break. When I get home I’ll see if my book of Novenas has something I can use.


#3

thank you so much for the time and effort…

God Bless you for the thought~


#4

Dear Mariam - My prayers are small, but I’ll remember you to Our Lord, Most Holy Mary, St. Joseph and John Paul II daily.


#5

You could try these…here for marriage problems…and… here you can put your requests on.


#6

THANK YOU SO MUCH… :slight_smile:


#7

You’ve got it!:slight_smile: :gopray:


#8

You and your husband are already constantly in my prayers.


#9

thank you… :slight_smile:
God Bless you~


#10

thank you for remembering me… :slight_smile:
God Bless~


#11

I’ll add you to my Rosary intentions during my holy hours.


#12

thank you~
God Bless you


#13

Hi,

I think of your difficult situation often- as you and I are trying to reconcile our relationships. I see improvement in mine- and hope for the same for yours. I’ll remember you in my prayers. I hope it works out for both of us. Keep praying with an open heart- and asking for the grace to accept the Lord’s will- whatever that may be!


#14

I am happy for you for the improvement … Praise the Lord!!!:smiley:


#15

thank you for letting me know of this novena… I have started saying it today…
God Bless~


#16

I’m ready for battle!! I’ll be on the front lines right after I post this.


#17

thank you!!! God Bless you~


#18

Hi Mariam 1976,

Just wanted you to know my improvement has come after months, 4 to be exact. I was sad, depressed, but all through it he and I were still in contact with eachother. He called me almost every week - to every 2 weeks. And only after 2 months did I start calling him. I was getting so impatient, I just wanted things to work out right away. Now I realised I needed that time to pray, and to analyse myself and my ways. At the time I hated waiting, but now I’m grateful for it. He and I now speak more often, and we’ve seen eachother more often. I hope and pray the improvement continues. And I will accept God’s will- whatever that may be, but I continue to pray- without fail. You should too, when things seems most hopeless- pray more- never give up- your prayers will be answered one way of another. I’ll continue to pray for you…kee me updated.


#19

thank you for keeping me in your prayers…
unfortunately my husband has completely broken all contact with me… there has been no attempt from his part for the past 6 months… but I am continuing to pray… although the novenas keep getting broken…
but yesterday i was able to complete the novena for Mary-Untier of knots for 9 hours… and although while doing that, I forgot about the st rita novena… suddenly i woke up in the middle of the night before 12 and was able to do it for that day…
its happened to me before that when i was full of grief, i would forgot to pray for the one thing that I was grieving about… now since I have started looking towards Jesus, I have been receiving good signs… I know that was the mistake that I made in my marriage… instead of placing Jesus first, I placed him first and expected things from him instead of placing my faith in Jesus.


#20

Hi Mariam1976, six months is a really long time to not be in contact, I guess my situation is a bit different then, but as I prayed, the communication got more and more frequent, but he and I still have a long way to go. I have to believe that God will answer my prayers- and when he does, I’ll have the grace to accept his will. About the novenas- you need to pray form your heart- yes a novena is nine days long- but it’s more important to pray than it is to stick to a time schedule. You are very upset I think it’s understandable that sometimes you may forget- it doesn’t make you a bad person. Just keep praying…


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