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A Prayer from a Patient

Well Hey There!

Last week I got a prayer from one of my patients who thought I could share it with others. I read it at my home church on Father’s Day and had several people ask for a copy of it, so here it is! I hope you find as much comfort from it as I have and the patient who shared it with me.

 

A Prayer for Healing

Lord,

I come before you today in need of your healing hand. In you all things are possible. Hold my heart within yours, and renew my mind, body and soul. I am sad, but I am singing. You gave us life, and you also give us the gift of infinite joy. Give me the strength to move forward on the path you’ve laid out for me. Guide me towards better health, and give me the wisdom to identify those you’ve placed around me to help me get better. In your name, I pray.

Amen

I feel that despite it being a prayer for healing, it works incredibly well for everyday prayer. Maybe especially because it asks for healing. I think that, no matter who you are, there’s something in your life that still needs God’s healing touch. I know there’s definitely things in my life that need to be healed. I encourage you to take a moment and pray this prayer. If you feel like you really don’t have anything you need healing for, then pray it for someone else. The prayer is flexible enough that you can put someone else’s name into it if you wanted to as well.

May God grant you healing, comfort, and peace. God Bless!

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Comments on: "A Prayer from a Patient" (2)

  1. Carlyn Cooper said:

    Hey yourself, thank you for sending this beautiful prayer. Thank you patient for me for sharing it, and I pray that she recovers soon.
    Shalom
    Carlyn

    • A quick update on this patient. She has finally, (after a lengthy visit) gotten the approval to leave this upcoming week. I am so glad I got the chance to share this journey with her and will certainly miss her when she leaves on Tuesday. Thanks for the concern, Carlyn!

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