“Dear Heavenly Father,
I am so thankful for my salvation. Thank you for taking my hopeless life and breathing a real life into it. This gift means more to me than anything. The older I get, the more I realize that it is the most important thing for all of us.
In this knowledge, comes much sorrow for me. I have so many people that I love that are not saved.
Today, I come to you with my husband/wife on my heart. They are such a part of who I am, that it is hard for me to even think they will not share the good life of eternity in heaven with me.
Lord, you gave me my spouse and I am thankful. I am also frustrated, as I have tried to witness many times in the past to no avail. I am asking for the supernatural wisdom of God to take over for me. Show me how to handle this in the best way. Use me as a vessel to show God’s love. I need your power to control my emotions so I can show the love of Christ even when I don’t feel like it, because I know that is when it is needed the most.
Lord, help me to continue to pray when it feels hopeless. You have said in your word that a prophet is not accepted in his own country. Jesus Himself was rejected by His own people. I will accept that it may be the same with me and I will continue to be a witness in my actions, not just my words.
Help me to be unselfish with the good news. There are many people that have unsaved relatives that are not listening to their witness just as my spouse is not listening to mine. As I continue to labor and witness to those that you lead me to, please send laborers to be a witness to my husband/wife.
In the name of Jesus, I cover my house with the blood of Christ. I ask that His holy angels encamp around our home. I will choose peace and I will reject the spirit of strife and offense. I will forgive my spouse for all wrongful things that have been done to hurt me (intentional or not). I will be a beacon of light in my home. I will do good when it hurts, because the Lord sees my sacrifice and pain and it is a beautiful gift to him/her.”