How to Fight for your Marriage with Bible Verses teaches you the Scriptures you need to pray, say as Christian affirmations, and use in your Christian meditation sessions so that you can wage your spiritual warfare and save your marriage. It also teaches you several other things you can do to defeat divorce and separation remain married.
Regardless of whether your marriage is under attack by adultery, infertility, in-laws or insolvency, you have to combine spiritual and physical interventions to form your own holistic deliverance ministry to fight for your marriage and deliver it from the claws of divorce.
The first spiritual intervention is to pray since What God has joined together, let not man (or woman) separate. (Adapted Matthew 19:6) Pray and ask Him to heal your relationship the way he healed Mary’s when she discovered she was pregnant and Joseph wanted to terminate their relationship for God appeared to him in a dream and said, “Joseph do not be afraid to marry Mary”. (Matthew 1:20)
Therefore, understand that there are things that God can do for your marriage that no one else can do. Therefore, seek His help first.
As you pray, use Scriptures since Bible verses are the foundation of any deliverance ministry and Christian spiritual warfare because the Word of God is the Sword of the Spirit that God has given us to fight with. (Ephesians 6:17) Therefore, we will call the Scriptures that we will use to fight for your marriage SWORD WORDS.
SWORD WORDS that you can use as personal deliverance prayers for your marriage include:
Father God, your Word says, “What God has joined together, let not man separate” therefore I pray in the name of Jesus that no man or woman or power or problem will be able to come between my spouse and I and cause us to separate or divorce. (Adapted Matthew 19:6)
Father God, you Word says, “A husband is not to divorce his wife. (1 Corinthians 7:11) and A wife is not to depart from her husband” (1 Corinthians 7:10) therefore, I pray in the name of Jesus that me and my spouse are not going to depart from each other physically, mentally, emotionally and get divorced.