Answered Prayers from the Mary, Undoer of Knots Novena – 2015

Mary Undoer of Knots NovenaThank you for joining us in praying the Mary, Undoer of Knots Novena!

We hope it was fruitful for you, and that you could feel our Blessed Mother’s love for you as well as her prayers for the knots in your life!

If any of your prayers were answered during or following this novena, please share them with us all below!

God bless you!

 

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  1. If I pray the “Mary, Untier of Knots” Novena, will it make my husband come back home? Can this Novena bring a couple that are already divorced back together?

  2. I’m struggling big time. Lost a great job 8 months ago. Working still feverously to get work, consulting to pay the bills as well as trying to sell my art. I’ve prayed for months now and today everything went dark. Every step or opportunity fell through. I stand to lose my house, car and everything. This is insane.

    I have faith in the undoer of knots as she has helped before but this time it’s the worst. I am a single dad with a 7 year old boy.

    Please pray for me.

    • John, I know how you must be feeling. With me, to make matters worse, I was flooded out and lost everything in my home. I have to start all over again. I, like you, feel depressed and hopeless and am praying for a miracle. This is the first time I am praying this Novena. I am on the fifth day. Instead of praying for things, like my fridge, stove and bed, I am praying for an increase in my faith and patience. I have to believe that this is not by chance or circumstance. I’m praying that God has a plan for my life and that this “material purging” along with the loss of my husband is part of His design for my life. I still love my husband and want him back, I am staying at a friend who was kind enough to open her house to me. I feel as though I have no family or friends but I’m praying and waiting for redemption out of this transitional period of my life. We have to have faith. I’m not seeing God in the midst of my pain and distress but I’m having faith that He’s not holding my hand but holding me up in His arms, carrying me through this. We have to believe. I also say Psalms 31, 16, 70, 35, and 27. We have to have faith. The Undoer of knots cannot fail because we are her children. Believe and we will triumph. I’ll pray for us.