It is good for dating couples to spend time reading the Bible together, but just as there are physical boundaries in dating, it is wise to have spiritual boundaries too. You snuggle, exchange prayer needs, read the Bible together, and then pray together (and for each other).Jan 16, 2013
When in prayer, we share our deepest thoughts, worries and joys with God. By praying with your spouse, you allow him or her to understand your deepest desires and concerns… those that you may not otherwise be able to share. Only when you both know those thoughts can you truly support one another.
As has been mentioned before, you can’t go wrong reading the whole Bible together. But as to specifics I would recommend the book of Ruth, the Song of Solomon, and Ephesians. After that go to Luke, Acts and John, then go back to Genesis and start reading all the way through to Revelation.
the greatest benefit of prayer is that it deepens our relationship with the Triune God. we can pray, but we must also take time to listen to God and what he needs to communicate to us. He can put new ideas into our minds, calm our troubled emotions by strengthening our faith and trust that…
Prayer has completely changes for me”. Studies show that prayer reduces stress and also helps build better relationships. If you are an atheist and don’t believe in the power of prayer, having a conversation with the universe or nature as a friend, might just be helpful.Jan 24, 2017
Like Abraham, we often pray for things. “I the Lord do not change.” (Malachi 3:6) The idea of praying to change God’s will is presumptuous. It suggests that we know better than God. Jesus set the example in Gethsemane when He prayed for God’s will to be done, not His own.Sep 23, 2016
Whatever seems most respectful and effective for you and your personal relationship with God is fine. You can pray with your eyes open and your head high just as it’s fine to pray kneeling and silent. It’s common to recite some traditional prayers out loud, but it’s also very common to pray silently to yourself.
In the Hanafi school, if she is in the same salah in jama’ah, then the salah of the men (not the woman) on either side of her and behind her breaks. If she is standing next to her husband or mahram following him as the imam, both their salah breaks. If they are not praying…