Praying The Scriptures For Your Marriage
Praying the Scriptures for Your Marriage equips you with powerful and life-changing prayers that will strengthen your marriage and help you discover the peace, provision, and joy that comes from trusting God with your most important relationship.
God has good things planned for your marriage. He wants to fill you with joy in his presence. And he invites you to partner with him, through your prayers, to experience his richest blessings.
Whether you’re newly engaged or celebrating a golden anniversary, navigating an exciting new season or just barely hanging on, brand new to prayer or have been talking to God your whole life, Praying the Scriptures for Your Marriage helps you find ways to pray for every part of your most important relationship. From praying through a health crisis, parenting issues, job loss, a move, or simply daily love and communication, bestselling author Jodie Berndt covers some of the most common marriage struggles in this helpful, powerful, and thoughtful guide.
Jodie vulnerably shares stories from her own marriage of almost forty years, as well as wisdom gleaned from teaching marriage courses and mentoring other couples, to guide you to:
*Pray specifically and powerfully for the top struggles married couples face
*Approach crisis situations with God’s promises and perspective
*Discover simple and natural ways to support and pray with your spouse
*Develop a more loving, joyful, and deeply connected marriage through scriptural prayers personalized for your own relationship
Praying the Scriptures for Your Marriage is the latest addition to the bestselling Praying the Scriptures series. With short, easy-to-read chapters, this book invites you to read, reflect, and respond as you pray the Scriptures over every part of your marriage–whether you choose to do it individually or together with your spouse. Discover the provision and peace of God as you pray his Word over your marriage.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780310361572
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: April 2023
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