A Prayer for healing and;

Do you need healing? Or, someone you know need healing let me say a prayer for you and them:
Dear God,
This is my friend whom I love and this is my prayer for her. Help her live her life to the fullest. Please promote her and cause her to excel above her expectations. Help her to shine in the darkest places where it is impossible to love. Protect her at all times, lift her up when she needs You the most, and let her know when she walks with You, she will always be safe.
Thank You for healing her and making her whole and healthy and holy and honorable and happy as only YOU can cause to happen in her life.


To YOU be the Glory and power and honor to YOU, in Jesus’ Name

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7 thoughts on “A Prayer for healing and;

  1. Part of this prayer was forwarded to me and I added more to it. It seems to describe what is in the heart of each of us for our loved ones, family and friends who are suffering, in pain, going through difficult situations, their faith’s being tested by unmentionable challenges. Oh!! that God would hear the prayers of His children for one another…that we would esteem one another more than our very own selves; that we would consider our brothers and sisters and their pains, hurts, heartaches, sorrows and agony.
    Frequently, at school, someone comes to ask for prayers for a friend with cancer or a family member suffering with a debilitating illness; some with little children…school age and younger. We serve a good God and we ask that He be glorified in the deliverance of those who seek Him for healing, comfort and consolation. Thank You Father of Jesus Christ the Healer. We ENTHRONE YOU over our weaknesses and sicknesses. You are KING.

  2. MG, should we have some “‘s around the quote and the author’s name.

    Thanks for thinking of us in prayer….

  3. Yes, I checked but No author was given or included in the forwarded prayer.
    But the prayer surely echoes the desires of hearts for their friends and loved ones.

  4. God shows His compassion by listening to the cries of those hurting as well as by prompting caring people to lift others’ needs up to Him in prayer. “You hear, O LORD, the desire of the afflicted; you encourage them, and you listen to their cry”. Psalm 10:17

  5. I pray for women that have now become caretakers for their beloved husbands. Their spouse has been there for the children, for their wife and now they need a special helping hand and love as they navigate thru physical and metal health issues. I pray for the grown children to have wisdom in how to help and meet the needs of their parents a well as their husband and children.

    May the adult children see, understand and take a willing part in their care. So often grown children with their families are so needy they forget the needs of their parents. I remember not too long ago I saw a special with Brian Williams on helping your parents. Check out this site if you find yourself in this situation: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3032619/#17283276

    I had a call this week from a dear long time childhood friend of mine that shared how she needs this now and reminded me how others are going through this as well. Sometimes, ones like me, just having gone through surgery themselves, seem to forget the needs of a caretaker. So, my prayers once again, Dear Heavenly Father, are for these special women with special needs! And, for the men that are caring for their wives. I would like to offer special prayers for my brother that is a caretaker for his wife. There are many that need a special touch today from You, O Lord, and their families, I pray…..

  6. I pray for my Christian friend that is having test done to find out why she is having pressure and pain in her gynecological area. May God’s brilliant light of health shine upon her and the Doctors as they determine the cause of this suffering.

  7. God bless these selfless caregivers, men and women who dedicate much of their time and labor, taking care of ageing parents/spouses/returning vets.
    Dear Lord, help us to keep them in mind and in our prayers and to remember that they have needs, themselves, which need to be met so that they can continue in health of body and mind to be able to continue to serve those they love who have come to an impasse in life. Continue to show us how to minister to our friends and relatives who find themselves in the circumstances of care-giving and to be compassionate and empathetic toward their needs. Amen

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