Why it is important to marry a prayerful spouse
By Dayan Masinde | June 2nd 2020
1. God will
teach him/her how to love you through prayer.
2. God will
reveal things concerning you to him/her for your welfare.
3. She/he will
nourish your prayer life.
4. She/he will
protect you in the spiritual realm.
5. The enemy
will have no room in your marriage.
6. It will be
easy to navigate challenges and misunderstandings because you two will rely on
the Holy Spirit through prayer.
7. There will
be unity in your marriage through prayer.
8. Prayer will
hold you both accountable to God thereby loving each other better.
9. She/he will
be strong for you in prayer when you are weak.
10. Both of
you will have access to God allowing God to mound your marriage.
11. The Lord
will give messages to your spouse to minister to you through prayer.
12. You and
your children will have spiritual cover and not be exposed.
13. If ever
you veer off from the ways of the Lord, prayer will return you back.
prayer, as a couple you will access the same power that raised Jesus from the
prayer, you two will tap into God, your source. Meaning your marriage will be
children will be prayed for by the both of you.
children will be modelled to how to live a prayerful lifestyle.
Oliech and Dayan Masinde
In the new
book, MY PRAYER STRATEGY, Akello and I provide 60 daily prayers, 60 daily
discussion points, 60 daily reflections on marriage and 60 worship songs to
minister to your spirit as you two pray as a couple. This book is for couples
who value prayer and also those struggling or don't know how to pray.
the book MY PRAYER STRATEGY, a 60 day prayer guide for couples that daily helps
couples to pray for their marriage, written by Akello Oliech and Dayan Masinde,
MPESA Ksh. 400 to 0721590954, then text the word PRAYER and your email address
to the same number and the book will be sent to your email address or WhatsApp
for you to download and read on your phone or computer.
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