Therefore, a man shall leave his father and his mother, and shall become united and cleave to his wife, and they shall become one flesh. And the man and his wife were both naked and were not embarrassed or ashamed in each other’s presence. My spouse and I have left our parents and have become united and cleave to our house as husband and wife. We are both naked and are not ashamed of each other’s presence. We are totally free and relax in the presence of each other and have nothing to hide.
Genesis 2:24, 25 AMP
My spouse and I are in love with each other. We will continue to enjoy ourselves throughout the day and at night. We will smooth, careless and make love. We will support each other and be romantic in all our ways. Hatred causes argument, but love overlooks all wrongs. I am in love with my spouse. I will do everything in love and will avoid arguing with my spouse. I will not go to bed angry. When I am angry I will take a break and stay calm. I will own up my part of the fight if there is one. I will find the humour in every argument. When discussing any issue and it generates argument, I will shut up and reconnect with my spouse through touching, smooching, kissing and keep them calm and happy. I will always remember what is important. I will remember there are three beings in a marriage that needs care: me, my spouse, and the marriage. I will respect the views and perspective of these three beings.
Proverbs 7:18; Proverbs 10:12
It is better to eat a little where there is love than to eat a lot where there is hate. I will do everything in love and not hatred. I will eat with my spouse in love and not in hatred.
Righteous lips are the delight of kings, and they love him that speaketh right. I will stay righteous and speak the truth so that my spouse will keep on loving me. I will love my spouse unconditionally. My love for my spouse is so deep, so pure and true. I have eyes only for my spouse. I will always say positive things about my spouse no matter the situation. I will not talk down to my spouse and I will not disregard my spouse. I will not call my spouse names and will not join in conversations with other people that speak poorly of their spouse.
He who covers over an offence promotes love, but whoever repeats the matter separates close friends. I will cover every offence of my spouse to promote our love. I will not bring out our dirty laundry in public. I will be kind and direct to my spouse when I am angry. Since we are on the same team. I want to have the best interest of my spouse at heart. I am not going to personalise any criticism my spouse has of me. Even though I am upset with my spouse right now, I still want to stay connected to my spouse in love and not shame, I will not criticise, or judge my spouse. Love is kind and patient. I will be patient.
Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof. I will speak life to every challenge in my marriage. I will speak life to my spouse. I will bless my spouse in every situation, no matter what, even in the period I am not happy with my spouse.
A flood cannot put out love. Rivers cannot drown love. Would people despise a man for giving everything he owns for love? I will not allow any situation or circumstances, including people to stand between me and my spouse. There is no circumstance that is powerful enough to put out my love for my spouse.
Song of Solomon 8:7
My marriage is blessed. The Spirit of God is leading my spouse and me. When we pray together in unity, our prayers are powerful, and we get results. We make every effort to set up peace and harmony in our home. Together we walk in agreement and are an unstoppable force. If we get angry, we are quick to forgive so that we do not have strife in our relationship. We are not self-seeking, rude, proud, boastful, or jealous. Instead, we are loving, kind, patient and we put each other’s needs before our own. We trust each other and protect the sanctity of our marriage. God joined us together as one, and we will not be separated.
Deuteronomy 28:1-14, Romans 8:14, Matthew 18:19, I Peter 3:7, Mark 11:25, Romans 13:13, I Corinthians 13:4-8, Matthew 19:6
I affirm that my spouse and I are of one mind, that we walk in unity and there is no division among us. I confess that we are perfectly joined together, we walk in agreement and we have the same Spirit of God inside of us.
My spouse and I have a love for one another. Our love is solidified in the faith and it is that same love that we share for one another that covers a multitude of faults and mistakes between us.
God’s desire for us is that we prosper in all that we do, that we have a happy, healthy marriage that lasts us a lifetime, even as we prosper spiritually.
I confess the word of God over my marriage and call it blessed. I affirm there is no bitterness and strife between us, neither is there any anger, fussing, fighting, evil speaking, malice, or any ill-will towards each other.
I am my spouse’s biggest encourager. The words that I speak daily to my spouse are the words that will build up and never to tear my spouse down.
I affirm that my spouse and I are kind towards one another, we are tender-hearted towards one another, we forgive one another, just as God has forgiven us through his Son Jesus Christ.
I affirm that I will not minimise or invalidate my spouse’s feelings - that I will always try to understand and support my spouse’s perspective, even when my spouse’s point of view is different from the one that I have.
I confess that neither my spouse nor I shall accept or receive any thoughts of the devil of infidelity or unfaithfulness of any kind; and neither will we ever take any thoughts of separation or divorce. We will only take the thoughts of God towards one another of love, joy, peace, gentleness, goodness, and meekness.
I affirm it is the Lord who has joined my spouse and I together in marriage. Therefore, since God has joined us together, I decree that no person, spirit, force, or power shall be able to separate or divide us.
I confess that my spouse and I pray together each day and that our love for each other is like a tree that is planted by the rivers of water, that brings forth blessed and prosperous fruit in its season.
Every day and in every way, I am loyal and devoted to my spouse. By the grace of God, my marriage grows stronger and more loving every single day. My marriage is built on love, trust, favour, and loyalty in the name of Jesus. I welcome a perfect and loving marriage into my life. My spouse and I are happier and more in love than the day we first met and the day we were married. My marriage is a match made in heaven. I am grateful to God for my beautiful and loving marriage.
I declare that we are one, we walk in unity and agreement with our soul, mind, body, and spirit.
I declare that the enemy has no room in our hearts, in our marriage and in our family.
I declare that we will grow deeper in love with each passing day as we grow deeper in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.
I declare this marriage will fulfil the purpose that God intended it to, we will walk out the call of God on our lives individually and as a couple.
I declare that our children, finances, and endeavours are blessed by God and will bring him glory and honour.
I declare that we will seek to understand one another, always forgive and always believe the best of each other.
I declare that this marriage and home will be a house of prayer, a house of worship and a house of Joy.
I declare that our love and intimacy will increase as the days go by, that we will always crave each other and no other man or woman.
I declare that whatever God has put together, no human being can put asunder.
I declare that our marriage will leave a legacy on earth that will point everyone who interacts with us to Jesus!
The Capsule of a Lady for her Husband
A virtuous and worthy wife [earnest and strong in character] is a crowning joy to her husband, but she who makes him ashamed is as rottenness in his bones. I will be useful to my husband. I will be strong in my character. I will make my husband proud and not ashamed.
Proverbs 12:4 AMP
The heart of my husband trusts in me confidently and relies on and believes in me securely so that he has no lack of [honest] gain or need of [dishonest] spoil. My husband depends on me and he will never be poor, I will never let him down. I am comforted, encourage, and I am good to my husband every day of my life.
Proverbs 31:11, 12 AMP
My children rise up and call me blessed (happy, fortunate, and to be envied); and my husband boasts of and praises me, [saying], I excel the many daughters that have done virtuously, nobly, and well with the strength of character that is steadfast in goodness. My husband said there are many good women, but I am the best. I will continue to support my husband and my family in all my ways.
Psalm 31:28 AMP
My husband will not deprive me his wife of sexual intimacy no matter the circumstance and I too will not deprive him of sexual intimacy. We will learn together the best ways to satisfy each other sexually. I will give my husband what he deserves as a husband.
1 Corinthians 7:3
1 Corinthians 7:10 says “A wife should not leave her husband.” What God has joined together not even hardship, poverty or lack can put asunder so today I declare that my husband will be lifted financially and favoured in all dimension because I am a carrier of divine favour and he is a partaker of this favour.
1 Corinthians 7:10, Proverbs 18:22
For the husband is the head of the wife, even as Christ is the head of the church: and he is the saviour of the body. I will submit to my head because he is my saviour. I will respect and honour him. I will love and cherish him. I will be kind and patient towards him. I will support him to be the best that he is.
I will reverence and honour my husband. I respect my husband. I am contented to live within the family’s financial means. I prioritise what happens in the bedroom. I build my husband up with my positive, life-creating words, both in public and in private. I laugh with my husband and not at him. I trust my husband’s judgment. I will not mother my husband, I will be his wife, his friend, and his lover. I have the back of my husband. I will acknowledge the leadership of my husband and discourages passivity. I accept my husband is human and imperfect. I will focus on what my husband does very well and encourage more to bring out the best in him. I will not belittle my husband to others or make him feel unnecessary or incapable.
The life of my husband has been just and honest; he has integrity, so his life cannot be spoken against. He is faithful to me. He has self-control. He lives wisely and has a very good reputation. He enjoys having guests at our house and he is a good teacher. My husband is not a drunkard, he is not violent, but soft and gentle and very decisive. He is peace loving and not a lover of money. He respects and understands me. I will give him all the support he needs.
1 Timothy 3:2-5
I will forever be faithful and truthful to my husband because I have virtues and the fear of the Lord.
It is not good for my husband to be alone, so God made me a perfect companion for him, so I must improve my life and manner to be that companion that is meant for my husband.
My husband has given the authority of his body to me, for he is the head of the body and I am the body. Without the head, the body cannot function and where the head is available it nourishes the body. I will support the head and the head will think and produce good results that will nourish me, the body.
1 Corinthians 7:4
I will submit to my husband as unto the Lord, because God has ordained him a head over me and it is the will of God that I submit to him and love him for when I love him, he will love me back and never treat me harshly.
I accept the authority of my husband since he gives honour to me his wife.
1 Peter 3:1, 7
The man who finds a wife has found a treasure and receives favour from the Lord. I am a wife; I am a treasure and my husband has found me and kept me as a treasure. With this, it is mandatory that he receives divine favour and wealth in his treasure. I command favour to fill the life of my husband. This is a covenant he has with the Lord for he has fulfilled his part by finding me. I command you Favour and Treasure to find every aspect of my husband’s life. He will be blessed in the city and in the field; he will be blessed in business and in his job; whatever he lays his hands upon will be blessed! This is my blessed heritage as a daughter of Zion.
I am a capable, intelligent, and vitreous woman. I am more precious than jewels and my value is far above rubies or pearls. My husband’s heart trusts me confidently and relies on and believes in me securely so that we will not lack any good thing.
I am comforted, encourage and do my husband only good as long as he lives. I seek out wool and flax and works with willing hands to develop it. I am like the merchant ships loaded with foodstuffs; I bring my household food from a far country.
I rise while it is still night and gets Spiritual food for the household and assigns our children their tasks. I spend quality time praying for my family.
I consider a new field before I buy or accept it, expanding prudently and not courting neglect of my present duties by assuming other duties; with my savings of time and strength, I plant fruitful vines in our vineyard.
I gird myself with Spiritual, mental, and physical fitness for my God-given task and my hands are made strong and firm.
My husband safely entrusts his heart to me. His name is praised in the city gates and my name as well. I do him good all the days of his life. My children arise and call me blessed and so does my husband. I am clothed with strength and dignity. I do not worry about the future. My husband and I are one flesh. He loves me as himself. I honour and respect my husband. My husband loves me sacrificially, as Christ loves the church.
Father, I come boldly to your throne of grace to lift my husband before you in prayer. Thank you for blessing me with a good man; a man full of the Holy Ghost and faith. A man who loves you with all his heart, soul, strength, and might; a man who seeks to know you more and more each day; a man rooted and grounded in the Kingdom of God and dedicated to pleasing you in every area of his life - spirit, soul, and body. He is first faithful to you, and afterwards faithful to me and his family.
Father, I proclaim that my husband is a godly man of valour, who rises early in the morning to seek your face on behalf of his family. I pray that you would keep his heart and allow nothing to come between us or separate his love from you or his family. Give my husband time to know his family, the strength to lead his family, and a passion to manage his home. Bless him in every area of his life and show him daily how to honour you in his attitude and spirit.
Make my husband a wise steward of our finances and all that we have, remembering that all things are yours and entrusted to us for your purposes. My husband has been a just man who walks in his integrity, and his children are blessed after him. Thank you for protecting him physically, mentally, and spiritually; and for giving him the desire to teach and model a godly lifestyle for his family. Thank you for daily instructing him and teaching him in the way he should go, and for giving him peace in every circumstance he meets. He is a good man who leaves an inheritance to his children and his children’s children.
Father, I declare that my husband walks in uprightness at all times. He loves what is good, and hates what is evil. He guards his heart with all diligence, knowing that out of it flows the very issues of life. He is swift to hear, slow to speak, and slow to become angry. He meditates on your word day and night and observes to do all that is written therein. He shall, therefore, have good success in all he does, for you Lord, shall make his way prosperous.
According to your word, a good man obtains favour from the Lord, but a man of wicked devices will be condemned. In the name of Jesus, I, therefore, say that my husband has the favour of the Lord upon his life, and goodness and mercy are following him daily. I cancel any wicked devices conspired against him in the name of Jesus, and I render them inoperative and ineffective. My husband is blessed when he comes in and blessed when he goes out. Everything he sets his hands to do shall prosper and succeed, and the good work you have begun in him you shall also complete; for the steps of a righteous man are ordered by you, my Lord, and my God. No weapon that is formed against my husband shall be able to prosper, and any tongue that rises up against him in judgment, you, Lord shall condemn in the name of Jesus.
Dear Lord and Father, thank you for surrounding my husband with godly individuals who are stepping stones to him becoming a better husband, father, brother, son, and a servant. Thank you for helping him to develop strong relationships with other godly men who will provoke him to grow to higher levels in Christ Jesus. He shall prove all things and hold Fast to that which is good.
Separate my husband from all ungodly influences, pressures, and manipulation; both inside and outside of the church. I now release the fire of God to burn out all ungodly ties and connections with any former relationships; whether spiritual, mental, emotional, physical, or carnal. I take authority over his thought life, and I bind all spirits of hurt, rejection, fear, anger, depression, discouragement, oppression, insecurity, and unforgiveness, in the name of Jesus. I decree that my husband is a man after Your own heart Father—a man who seeks to please You in everything he does.
Now Father, make me my husband’s helpmeet and soul mate for life. Help him to know how much I love him. Help him to know that I am his companion, supporter, defender, lover, and friend. I shall cover him daily with my prayers, and I shall create a peaceful, non-threatening and enjoyable dwelling place for him to come home to. Teach me, Father, how to take good care of myself and stay attractive to my husband. Help me to never take him for granted, nor neglect him in any way. Help me to avail myself to my husband spiritually, emotionally, and physically. Grow me into a creative and confident woman who is rich in mind, soul, and spirit, and make me the kind of woman he can be proud to call his wife.
Father, thank you for the gift I have in my husband. I shall love him, support him, respect him, encourage him, fulfil him, and enjoy him all the days of my life, and we shall dwell together in love and unity, and live a long, happy, healthy, prosperous, safe, and godly life together. This is the confidence that I have that when I pray to you Lord, you hear me and grant my request. Thank you for answering my prayers in Jesus name. Amen.
The Capsule of a Gentleman for his Wife
Forsake her not, and she shall preserve thee: love her, and she shall keep thee. I will never forsake my wife. I will love her always because loving her makes a big difference in how she treats and attend to me. I will not leave my wife alone by spending long hours at work or in church staying busy instead of tending to her needs and emotions. I will be romantic and take good care of her. I know that by being close to my wife it will energise her. I declare that I will be forever close to my wife. I will be attentive and attractive always and not just in times I need sexual pleasures. I will make her feel close to me, so we can engage as a unit and team together to overcome our adversities. My wife is motivated by my love and loyalty, so I will never take as insecurities for granted. I will make her feel secure in me and the marriage. I will appreciate and love my wife all the days of my life.
Let your fountain [of human life] be blessed [with the rewards of fidelity] and rejoice in the wife of your youth. I rejoice in my wife because she is worthy and a gift from God.
Proverbs 5:18 AMP
My wife is like a fruitful vine in the innermost part of my house; my children are like olive plants round about my table. My fountain of human life is blessed with the rewards of fidelity and I will continually rejoice in my wife, for she is the wife of my youth.
Psalm 128:3, Proverbs 5:18
He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favour from God. I have found a true wife and God favour is my heritage. The favour, I command you now to find me in every aspect of my life; at home and in work; in my going out and coming in; in the works of my hands and the words of my mouth. I command you favour to take over my life in the name of Jesus.
House and riches are the inheritance from fathers, but a wise, understanding and prudent wife like my wife is from the Lord. My Lord and my God, I thank you for giving to me a wonderful, understanding, wise and prudent wife. I will receive help from her well of wisdom for I am most favoured. Father, I honour you for your kindest gesture of a complete wife given to me. Also, thank you for giving me the resources, love and honesty with inspiration and substance in taking care of my wife and our children.
Proverbs 19:14; Ephesians 5:25-27
I will be joyful with my wife since she is the one I love all the days of my life. I will work for her and never make her be ashamed for I am the master and the master is the servant.
Ecclesiastes 9:9; Hosea 12:12
My lovely wife is fair, there is no spot in her. Many waters cannot quench love; neither can the floods drown it. I will deal with every opposition in our marriage with love because the greatest is love and nothing can conquer nor overcome love, for with love we are both more than conquerors.
Song of Solomon 4:7; Song of Solomon 8:7; 1 Corinthians 13:13
I have given to my wife, her conjugal rights, goodwill, kindness and what is due to her as my wife and helpmeet. I cannot refuse or deprive my wife of her due marital rights. I am bonded with my wife and I do not seek to be FREE from this bond. I am subject to my wife even as she is subject to me as we worship Christ our Lord.
1 Corinthians 7:3, 5 and 27; Ephesians 5:21
I love my wife just as Christ loved the Church and I am willing to give up my life for her so that I can sanctify her, cleansed her by the washing of water with the word and present her back to myself in glorious splendour, without spot or wrinkle or any such things that she might be holy and faultless.
I love my wife as being in a sense my own body. Since I love her it means that I love my body. She is my flesh, so I will nourish her continuously and carefully protect and cherish her. It is my responsibility to make her look and feel good. I will work with her to make her feel and look good.
Ephesians 5:28, 29
I am a minister of the gospel of Christ Jesus and I give no grounds for accusation. I am a husband of one wife. I am circumspect and temperate and self-controlled, I am sensible and well behaved and dignified and I am leading an orderly life. I am sociable, hospitable, a capable and quality leader. I have and keep a good reputation and I am faithful to my marriage. I am sensible, well-behaved, friendly to strangers, and able to teach. I am sensible, well-behaved, and friendly to my wife.
1 Timothy 3:2
I will live with my wife with the intelligent recognition of our marriage relationship. I will honour her as physically the weakest among both of us, but I will also realise that we are joint heirs in order that our prayers may not be hindered and cut off.
1 Peter 3:7
I hold my marriage to my wife in honour-esteemed worthy, precious of great price and especially dear in all things. My marriage bed is kept with honour. I honour marriage bed with respect, love, and dignity.
Father, you supply all our needs according to your riches in Christ Jesus. I am amazed that you care about us enough to meet our daily concerns and to notice every detail of our lives. Even the hairs of our heads are numbered. You give attention to every detail of our life and you take care of your children.
Philippians 4:19; Matthew 7:11, 10:30
I confess that I sometimes think of myself as being the one who takes care of my wife and children. Forgive me for taking to myself what truly belongs to you. My wife’s help comes from you. If she depends on me, I know I will disappoint her. But you never fail, and you make her like a garden that always has enough water. You are always faithful, always enough. Help her to know that you are all she needs.
Psalm 121:2; Lamentations 3:22; Isaiah 58:11; John 14:8–9
If she is tempted to look for comfort in something else, may she instead realise how the power of your Holy Spirit allows her to overflow with hope and peace. Nothing on this earth compares to the greatness of knowing you.
Romans 15:13; Philippians 3:8
Dear Lord, you are a shield around us. You protect us from the enemy who seeks to destroy us, and you will not let us be put to shame. Your arm is mighty, and your word is powerful.
Psalm 3:3, 12:7, 25:20; Exodus 15:9; Luke 1:51; Hebrews 1:3
When the enemy attacks my wife, let her faith in you protect her so that she may stand her ground. Bring your word to her mind so that she may turn aside the assaults and fight the good fight. Help her to remember that you give us the victory through Christ.
Ephesians 6:10–18; 1 Timothy 6:12; 1 Corinthians 15:57
You have conquered and disarmed the spiritual powers, and everything is in complete submission to you. Because of the cross, my wife is a new creation, and nothing can separate her from your amazing, unfailing love.
Colossians 2:15; 1 Peter 3:22; 2 Corinthians 5:17; Romans 8:38–39
The enemy is defeated. You have crushed his head.
Father, you loved us first—so much so that you sent your son to take our place. How incredible it is to think that while we were sinners, Christ died for us. Nothing we do could ever compare to the riches of your grace.
1 John 4:19; John 3:16; Romans 5:8; Ephesians 2:7
Help my wife to grow first in her love for you. May she be increasingly in awe of your power, beauty, and grace. May she know more each day about the depth and width of your love and respond with increasing love of her own.
Psalm 27:4; Ephesians 3:18
Help her to love me through all my failures while I learn to love her as Christ loves the church. May we see each other as you see us, and may we enjoy fulfilling each other’s desires in our marriage.
Ephesians 5:25; 1 Corinthians 7:2–4
Please give her a growing love for others in all that she does. Show her how to be Christ’s ambassador in the world and to be a woman defined by love so that others may glorify you. Because of that love, may she share the gospel with everyone.
2 Corinthians 5:20; Matthew 5:16; 1 Thessalonians 2:8
Father, I come boldly before your throne of grace to lift my wife before you in prayer. Thank you, Lord, for blessing me with a good woman; a woman full of the Holy Ghost and faith. A woman who loves you with all her heart, soul, strength, and might; a woman who seeks to know you more and more each day; a woman rooted and grounded in the Kingdom of God and dedicated to pleasing you in every area of her life - spirit, soul, and body. She is first faithful to you, and afterwards faithful to me and her family.
Father, I proclaim that my wife is a virtuous woman of God who rises early in the morning to seek your face on behalf of her family. I pray that you would keep her heart and allow nothing to come between us or separate her love from you or her family. Bless her in every aspect of her life Lord and show her daily how to honour you in her attitude and spirit.
Father, I declare that my wife is a woman of virtue and that her price is far above rubies. My heart does safely trust in her, and she shall do me good and not evil all the days of her life. Strength and honour are her clothing, and she shall rejoice in times to come. She opens her mouth with wisdom, and in her tongue is the law of kindness. Our children and I rise and call her blessed. She meditates on your word day and night and sees to do all that is written in your word. She shall, therefore, have good success in all she does, for you Lord, shall make her way prosperous.
Help me, Father, to be a good husband to my wife. Help me to comfort her, protect her, encourage her, support her, and respect her. Help me to always be caring and attentive to her, and to be the man she needs me to be, in the name of Jesus. Help me to be sensitive to her concerns and to support her as I ought to do. Enable me to listen to her heart, and to always be courteous, thoughtful, and encouraging her. Help me to protect her and defend her against all harm or insult. Give me the will and energy to share my heart and thoughts with her, knowing that she always has my best interest at heart and that she will always give me godly counsel. Help me to be kind, appreciative, and loving toward her, and to create a home environment that is peaceful, fun, and enjoyable.
Thank you, my Lord and Father, for surrounding my wife with godly individuals who are stepping stones to her becoming a better wife, mother, sister, daughter, and a servant. Thank you for helping her to develop strong relationships with other godly women who will provoke her to grow to higher levels in Christ Jesus. She shall prove all things and hold Fast to that which is good.
Separate my wife from all ungodly influences, pressures, and manipulation; both inside and outside of the church. I now release the fire of God to burn out all ungodly ties and connections with any former relationships; whether spiritual, mental, emotional, physical, or carnal. I take authority over her thought life, and I bind all spirits of hurt, rejection, fear, anger, depression, discouragement, oppression, insecurity, and unforgiveness, in the name of Jesus.
Father, make me my wife’s helpmeet and soulmate for life. Help her to know how much I love her. Help her to know that I am her companion, supporter, defender, lover, and friend. I shall cover her daily with my prayers. Teach me, Father, how to take good care of myself and stay attractive to my wife. Help me to never take her for granted, nor neglect her in any way. Help me to avail myself of her spiritually, emotionally, and physically. Grow me into a strong, loving, caring, and affectionate man that she can be proud to call her husband. I shall love my wife as Christ loves the church and gave himself for it. I shall dwell with her according to knowledge, giving honour to her, as unto the weaker vessel, and as being heirs together of the grace of life; that our prayers be not hindered.
Father, thank you for a wife you gave me as a precious gift. I shall love her, lead her, support her, encourage her, fulfil her, and enjoy her all the days of my life, and we shall dwell together in love and unity, and live a long, happy, healthy, prosperous, safe, and godly life together. In Jesus’ name. Amen.