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Prayer For Couples

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[Partner 1]
To you, my partner, I say: “Thank you.”
Thank you for being you, in all your flawed perfection
Thank you for sharing your heart and your life with me
For your laughter and your tears
Your strength and your struggles
Your certainty and your doubts
Thank you for growing with me and not away from me
For talking and for listening
For arguing and for making up
For seeing and being a light in the darkness
For all these things, I say: “Thank you.”

[Partner 2]
To you, my partner, I ask: “Please.”
Please see me as I am, in all my flawed perfection.
Please show me compassion and understanding
Through my breakdowns and breakthroughs
My triumphs and tribulations
My miracles and meltdowns
Please continue growing with me and not away from me
Seeing the goodness in my soul
The sincerity of my love
And my desire to continue building this life with you
For all these things, I ask: “Please.”

[Both Partners in Unison]
To you, I say: “Thank you.”
To you, I ask: “Please.”
To you, I pledge my love
And with God’s blessing, may we enjoy the best of times together. Amen.
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