Let Us Pray Together | Prayer Request

We see throughout scripture, every time Jesus manifested a miracle He went up to the mountain to pray. Here at Let Love Be My Motive we believe that Prayer and God’s Word are two spiritual weapons to destroy the works of darkness. We are passionate about prayer! If you have a prayer request, you can share them confidently with the form down below. If you would like to pray over the phone, this also available. Just leave a way to contact you in the “message” part of the form.

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Prayer Request?


Prayer, is a conversation between you & God. We often do not have, because we do not ask! (James 4:3) We are called to intercess on behalf of one another. (Ephesians 6:18)

With that being said…
If anyone has any prayer requests, feel free to comment, or message me personally!

My prayer right now is that I habitually walk in the spirit, always living a life full of love following Christ’s example. I pray that God provided financially to go back to college to get my degree if this apart of his will. I pray I always come to God in prayer with an attitude of thanksgiving. Every good thing comes from above, and I’ve had a lot of wonderful things happen to me!



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Prayer Requests February 2018

Hey everyone! For those of you who missed my last post, I uploaded a printable prayer list to keep track of who and what you are praying for! It isn’t anything fancy. It is just a tool I use to see God’s faithfulness on paper, kind of like a keepsake and to be a little more organized. Feel free to check it out at:

Prayer List Printable 

It is so beautiful to see how God has used not only myself as a tool to bring people to know him but my husband and close friends. Over the course of January I have saw many people grow in their personal relationship with Abba. There is nothing more beautiful to me to see what they asked for in prayer to be answered and those seeds being cultivated as God keeps on pouring into them. January has been tough but God strength grows so much deeper than the trials I have faced this month.

With all that being said, I would absolutely L-O-V-E to pray for you or if you know of someone that needs someone praying, that is cool too!

There are a couple ways you can reach me…

I have a facebook page with all the recent updates: Speak Life Facebook Page

You can message me on there, comment on this post, or if you want something a little more confidential you can email me at Tanja.Lunney@gmail.com

I cannot wait to see what God is going to do next!


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To The One Who Never Got To Say Goodbye

Today is her funeral and I can’t go, I am 19 hours away. I did not think that the last time I saw your face was going to be the last time. While I am so thankful my family is able to have a small funeral, my heart is personally grieved. I can’t go. I can’t go and it hurts.

This is for those of you that stay at home orders has effected you from not being able to say goodbye to your loved ones. I know it hurts and I am so sorry. I did want to let you know you are not alone. You are not alone with everything else seeming minuscule in comparison to not being able to be surrounded with loved ones and saying goodbye to someone that meant so much. I understand that we both must choose to see past what can seem as selfish desires like getting your hair and nails done or someone not being able to go shopping. But understand, we are all going through something and we should be thankful that nails and hair are all they have to be concerned about.

I will be honest, I am not sure how things will seem when we are able to finally go see family and our loved one just is not there. While everyone seemed to be able to say goodbye, will we be left crying while everyone is laughing? I am not sure. What I do know my friend is that I am grieving with you on top of already grieving our loved ones. There is an entire different process of grief from not being able to say goodbye and I am sorry that you are going through this to. It is okay to feel sad. I am sad too. Grief has a way of effecting everything. This is no small feat, but we will get through to the other side with some help from the perfect helper.

God is with us and his love will never let us go. He is there when we realize that what we are carrying is too heavy and he is there to give us his peace. He is Immanuel, God with us. I know that this grief is a process, so please give yourself grace. Healing from grief is not a race and is not meant to be compared. It is unique to us because the relationship we had with that person and our life experiences are not the same. With this being said, please be kind to yourself and allow yourself to be healed and made whole again.

Today we may not be able to say goodbye and be surrounded with loved ones but what we do have is greater than anything we may face-Jesus. In his presence we will find beauty for ashes, joy in exchange for mourning, and peace that the world cannot possibly give. In him, we have all we need. In him, we have permission to weep and as the tears fall, as we cast our cares, he links us up with his love. In the deep of sorrow Jesus comes besides us and offers us to be an ever-present help in time of trouble. I want to leave you with what has been helping me, understanding who God is by his names spread throughout his word. His names speak of who he is and what he does. God hears us (Ishmael), he see’s us (Elroi), and he is God that is there (Jehovah Shammah). He is the Lord of Peace (Jehovah Shalom) our  perfect shepherd (Jehovah Raah). Let us invite the one who heals (Jehovah Rapha) into the grief we feel today, allowing him to make us whole. Let us be reminded that although we cannot be there in person to say goodbye, we are certainly not alone. In his presence we have all we need.

Let’s Walk It Out Together

  1. Out of all the names of God listed in this article which one stand out to you the most?
  2. Prayerfully open the word of God and find a few scriptures based upon that name.
  3. Meditate on these scriptures throughout the day. Declare them outloud! (Remember, our weapons are not carnal)

**Most of reading this have probably came here because you have lost a loved one that you have not been able to say goodbye to. I am so sorry that you have had to deal with this, as I have experienced it is added grief on top of what is already grieving. I wanted to let you know most importantly you are not alone, God is with you and I am personally going through it to.

I want to be a help in any way I can.  If you have a special prayer request or need someone to talk to please do not hesitate to email me at letlovebemymotive@gmail.com. You can find more ways to connect on my Contact page on https://letlovebemymotive.com/contact/. You can also find our prayer request page here: https://letlovebemymotive.com/prayer-requests/

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*____* is GOING to COME to PASS!

When you are waiting on God’s promises to come to pass, more often than not, we are tempted to look at what hasn’t happened rather than focusing on WHO gave us the promise in the first place. When we focus on what we can see, a sickness or disease, a lost family member, a empty womb, *enter your circumstance here*, our emotions come raging in like a flood and we lose our eternal focus.

I am a Christian that is ALL for feeling your emotions and acknowledging them. Jesus walked in our shoes and knows exactly what we are going through and there is a reason in Psalms that he tells us that he has all our tears in a bottle. We have a God that can sympathize. Not only can he sympathize, but he cares. He cares so much that he wants you to lay down what you are feeling so he can exchange it with his yoke which is light and filled with his truth.

Understand that if things have not seemed to come to pass, things are not over.


Know that if it seems like everything is crumbling around you, that there is no such thing as defeat in the Kingdom of God! You are more than a conqueror and victorious through Jesus Christ!

If you are waiting on a promise, remind yourself of how he has been faithful every single time in the past. Praise him for the promise that is GOING to come to pass. Like a thank you note in advance for what is about to come!
As this verse in Hebrews states, follow those that were PATIENT and STAYED IN FAITH until the promise was fulfilled. (Hebrews 11 is a great chapter for this! But I am sure you have some heroes of faith somewhere near you!)

Being patient and standing in faith are two things that can only been done through the power of the Holy Spirit! Being patient actually means long-suffering, endurance, perseverance, and steadfastness. While faith is “God’s warranty” that what he said will come to pass IS going to pass!

Remember not to put your trust or praise in the wrong place. God is a God who can make the impossible, possible. He is making things happen that you cannot see yet. TRUST IN HIM. Praise him for WHO he is, WHAT he has already done, and WHAT is GOING to come to pass.

Further Scripture Study:

  • Hebrews 11
  • Matthew 21:22
  • Mark 11:22-24
  • Proverbs 3:5-6
  • Numbers 23:19
  • Hebrews 6:10-20

Prayer Request

If you have something that you would like me to join my faith with yours about feel free to put in a prayer request at the link provided below! I would love to pray with you and for you!