Ephesians 6:18, …and pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests.

An important aspect of a married person’s prayer life has to be praying with your spouse. Prayer is the cement that holds a marriage together. The hurts and misunderstandings that come into all marriages melt away in the presence of the Lord. When you stand before God, there is no room for pride or anger or resentful feelings. Rather, there is power in your marriage and in your lives as the two of you agree together in prayer. Praying with my wife, is a humbling experience.  We often kneel and hold hands. When we invite God into our marriage, into our home, into our bedroom where we pray, it is bound to draw us together. One of the most heartfelt moments in a marriage is when you hear your spouse praying and opening his/her heart to God. Living a life of prayer is the power source for all Christians. It provides us with the resources to be the person God would have us be. God’s Word says in Ephesians 6:18, “…and pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests.”

Try praying with your spouse consistently and see if you don’t have a life changing experience.

Robert Bennett
ADULT 3 & 4 MINISTER

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