In the previous post, I had spoken about our change of name, and I remember telling you to watch out for the unveiling. Right here, I’ll be sharing so many things that brought about this change in the focus of the blog.

For the past one and half years or thereabout, the blog had been an all-purpose (focusing on every facet of life) blog, and there have been several testimonies of what God has achieved through it. All through the period, I’ve enjoyed the process of having to write to serve people. There were pleasures, and there were pain, encouragements and discouragements, amongst the many other ups and downs.

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Holla! I’m so glad I’m changing my name. It’s been really good bearing my previous name, but as we all know, change is the only constant thing in life, and a change has come. I’m so sure you’re excited with me.

Some couple of months ago, I got engaged with something I really loved and had occupied my thoughts all the time. My friends and acquaintances could see the love for this thing spelt all over me. Initially, I thought I was going to face rejection if I introduced my new love to those around, but I dared the consequence and voila! I and my love were accepted.

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From my days as a teenager, I’ve always been told to start praying for my marriage as a way of preparation. I kept hearing this from concerned people and it got to a point I just begin to smile when they bring up the marriage topic. At a point in time when I was telling my mum the age I wanted to get married, my dad had to ask if they were chasing me away.

I was made to see reasons as to why I need to begin praying for my marriage even as a teenager. Amongst the reasons given were the need to avoid confusion and unwanted pressure when the time is ripe, to be clear on what God is saying as to who his and who is not, amongst other things.

Having heeded the advice, I’ll love to share some of my prayers for my marriage. I’m doing so with the hope that many are blessed through it. Asides the prayers, I’ll also be recommending some books I’ve read as a form of preparation. Before, I share the prayers, I’ll love to make it clear that prayers made at a young age for marriage is not birthed by urgency or desperation to get married, rather, it is an investment made for the future. It’s better to pray now so you don’t have to pray later.

Prayers for marriage can be divided into two: the pre-marriage prayer, and what I will call the in-marriage prayer. To explain briefly, pre-marriage prayers are petitions made in determining who to marry, all along to the end of courtship. The in-marriage prayers are those made for the life-long period of the marriage. Pre-marriage prayers are basically prayers of direction to know God’s direction on whom to marry.

Don’t just see this as my prayers. Prayers are universal, hence, you could pray them for yourself too. Over to the prayer points.

1) And I shall be sweetness to his soul, and add flavour to his life.
2) I shall be a true helpmeet and a blessing to him.
3) He that finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favour from the Lord. For finding me, the favour of the Lord shall never cease in his life.
4) Our sons shall be as plants grown up in their youths, and our daughters after the similitude of the palace.
5) Our offspring shall be for signs and wonders.
6) The wordings of Ephesians 5: 22-25 shall be evident in our home.
7) My home shall be a haven of peace, and rest. My marriage shall glorify God.

These amongst others are prayers for my marriage.

On the books, I have for you “The 5 Love Language, and Things I wish I knew before marriage” by Gary Chapman, “The Power of A Praying Wife” by Stormie Omartian, Preparing to be his helpmeet” by Debi Pearl. These and many more will help in preparation for marriage. Feel free to reach out for more books.

Feel free to share your prayers as well.