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Anonymous

I ask you to join me in praying for my marriage (Matthew 19:16, Ephesians 4:31-32, Colossians 3:13, Matthew 16:19, Psalm 147:3, Psalm 91:13, Romans 12:2, Ephesians 3:20-21). My wife is chasing another man and is trying to deceive him to be able to be with him. She has lied to him telling him she is divorced in hopes that she can get with him. She has befriended his daughter to try and get to him. I am asking for God to remind my wife of the word God spoke to her at the beginning of our meeting that we are to be together. I am asking for the other man to see through her lies and not be with her. I am asking God to block her from cheating. I am asking God to restore and reconcile my marriage. I love my wife and I love the Lord. I am standing on His promises and asking you to join me in prayer for God to do more than I ask or think with forgiveness and new spring of love over flowing in my marriage. Heal broken hearts, bind up wounds, remove bitterness and malice and replace with kindness and compassion for each other. Bind us to each other and to Christ and Loose any desire for going outside of our marriage and any pursuit of this other man, any other man and this other man's daughter. Let no one separate what God has put together. Amen

Received: September 2, 2020