Question: Can you pray about a crush?

What does the Bible say about liking someone?

“Be completely humble and gentle; Be patient, bearing with one another in love.” “My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you.” “So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.

Is there a prayer to make someone love you?

Prayer for your soulmate

Dear God, loving essence of all there is. Please fill me with your sacred presence. I ask for your love and guidance and your blessings. As I explore the deep reaches of my heart, I ask for your assistance, releasing that which stands in the way of true love.

Can you pray against someone?

Can I pray against my enemies? The Bible does allow prayers against our enemies but only at very specific times. This type of prayer should not be common and should always be prayed with godly intentions and a godly heart. You cannot pray against your enemies out of hatred.

Is thinking about kissing a sin?

The Bible never says that is a sin, so, it isn’t. A kiss may be seen as a caring gesture and not have a sexual connotation to one, while the other person may be stimulated into sexual thoughts and response just by thinking about it.

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Is it a sin to flirt when you are married?

The deliberate eliciting of sexual attraction in others by married men or women can be sinful in different ways. It can be the cause (or “occasion”) of the sin of lust or covetousness. But on a deeper level, such behavior constitutes a sin against the marital bond.

Is having a crush on a fictional character a sin?

No, it isn’t a sin to fantasize about a fictional character. Unless it is a sexual fantasy. Then according to most Christians it is a sin of lust.

Can God fix a broken relationship?

God does not give up on people, and neither should we. A famous quote does, after all, say: “If God could restore us back to himself, he can restore any relationship back to us.” In the Gospel of Luke chapter 2 verse 13-16, we read of Jesus going up to Jerusalem for the Passover feast.