Day 6: Healing from the Past: Pray for complete healing from past relationships and complete severing of any soul ties that need to be broken. Pray no residue of those relationships would enter yours.
Scriptures: Luke 17:3-4, Romans 12:9-21, 1 Peter 5:6-9, Colossians 3:12-17
Bless those who persecute you. Don’t curse them; pray that God will bless them. Be happy with those who are happy, and weep with those who weep. Live in harmony with each other. Don’t be too proud to enjoy the company of ordinary people. And don’t think you know it all! Never pay back evil with more evil. Do things in such a way that everyone can see you are honorable. Do all that you can to live in peace with everyone. Romans 12:14-18
Father God, you know exactly where I need healing, so I ask you and I’m praying for healing for my future husband and myself to be healed from past relationships and to cease all soul-ties and heart-ties. I pray that no residue of these past relationships will enter into our future marriage. Father God, I pray for those past boyfriends and girlfriends and I bless them; I pray that both parties are healed and that our lives are blessed. I ask for forgiveness for any hurtful words spoken, any sins we committed, or just anything that didn’t honor you, Father God. I pray for 100% healing from any thoughts of the past that still lingers in our hearts and thoughts. Thank you, Father God, for your love, grace, and mercy!
Activation: Ask a married couple for words of wisdom for a healthy marriage!
Ashley Keller‘s words of wisdom for a healthy marriage:
So one of the things I’ve learned from marriage is communicating even when you don’t feel like it. Sometimes I have had to push past how I felt in order to communicate with my husband. It’s not always easy to do but you feel so much better when you do it. But I’ve also learned the more you work on communication the easier it can get. And with being married you have to learn how does my mate communicate? You learn how to say things in a way that they can understand and also receive what you are saying to them. But also remembering to say things in love. Because if we say things in a way that tears our husbands down it doesn’t make them feel good or want to share. But when we say things in love it allows them to want to share and also helps them feel like we care about them by the way we communicate with them. Sometimes you may have to pray before conversations or even ask the Holy Spirit to lead the conversations you guys have so that Jesus will be at the center of the conversations. But communication is not just on us but it’s a two-way thing. And even if you need a moment before you want to say something it’s ok to say “I would like to take some time to myself to think and then come back to the conversation “ but don’t wait too long lol. And while you’re single treat your relationship with the lord as a marriage. Communicate everything thing to Him. And once we learn communication with the Lord we bring it right over into our marriage with our husband. And start praying now that if this is not your strong point that God would help you in this area and also pray in this area for your husband.