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Valentine Prayer


On this page are two good Christian Valentine prayers, with a written prayer and one from YouTube that could be watched together with your partner or sent to someone you love via an email or facebook message. Here you'll also discover some good scriptures to include in your Valentines card, or to simply read and meditate on as you think about the one that you love on this special day.

A Valentine Prayer


I said a Valentine prayer for you
and asked the Lord above
to fill your heart and bless your soul
With the precious gift of love.

I asked Him for sincere love
The kind that's meant to stay
Just like the generous love
You give to those you touch each day.

I prayed for love from family
And from every cherished friend
Then I asked the Lord to give you
His love that knows no end.

(Author unknown)



A Prayer for Couples

A simply presented prayer for a couple, that they would be strengthened by God, and be a "burst of light" to all around. About three minutes long. A prayer worth praying together with your loved one.:-



Love is a symbol of eternity. It wipes out all sense of time, destroying all memory of a beginning and all fear of an end.

(author unknown)


Meditation on 1 Corinthians 13

A contemporary reading of the famous writing about love by the Apostle Paul:-



read three short prayers for relationships with prayers for married, engaged and dating couples.


Bible verses about love

Below are featured some useful scriptures related to love and romance.

Song of Solomon

(Young Man)
How beautiful you are, my darling,
how beautiful! Your eyes are like doves.

(Young Woman)
You are so handsome, my love,
pleasing beyond words!
The soft grass is our bed;
fragrant cedar branches are the beams of our house,
and pleasant smelling firs are the rafters.

Song of Solomon 1:15-17 (NLT)


Do not awaken love until it so desires

Promise me, O women of Jerusalem,
by the gazelles and wild deer,
not to awaken love until the time is right.

Song of Solomon 2:7 (NLT)