Welcome to the prayer to graciously thank God for the loved ones in your life.

This is a prayer I’ve put together where I would like to pray for anyone within the sound of my voice.

All I ask you to do, is to agree with me as I pray, and together we will seek our Heavenly Father.

Let us pray…

Heavenly Father, we gather together and come into agreement in the wonderful and powerful Name of Jesus Christ.

Where two or more are gathered there You’ll be in the midst of us and anything we agree upon as touching You will surely do.

Father in Jesus Name, there is no distance in the spirit and we thank You for the listener who desires a prayer to graciously thank You for the loved ones in their life.

Father, thank You for those You have placed in their life.

What a blessing so many of them have been.

Right now, together in prayer, we want to graciously thank You.

These relationships are precious and appreciated.

Lord we ask You to always bring to their remembrance that it is You who provided these people.

You’re the One who divinely determined that they are people the listener should have in their life.

Remind the listener to always keep this in mind and please help them recognize moments where they can genuinely love and appreciate them.

Hallelujah!

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We decree and declare that You are clearly recognized as the One who brought these people into the listener’s life.

We decree and declare these relationships are appreciated and are a true blessing.

Thank You that these relationships are growing stronger day by day.

Weapons of division brought against these relationships will not prosper in Jesus Name.

Praise You for blessing the listener with these loving relationships!

We believe and receive everything we’ve prayed and give You glory in advance for this prayer is answered!

In the wonderful and precious Name of Jesus we pray, amen.

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Scripture References

Mark 11:20-25, 1 Chronicles 16:34, 1 Thessalonians 5:18, Colossians 3:15, 17, Philippians 4:6, Psalm 28:7, Psalm 95:2-3, John 10:10