Lord Heal My Broken-Heart

Healing Your Broken Heart

Lord Heal My Broken-Heart

This article is authored by Dick Leggatt, President of Derek Prince Ministries – USA and this comprises his May 2012 Newsletter.Click here to receive the Derek Prince Ministries emailed E-devotional.

Has your heart ever been broken?  I’m not talking here about romance—the usual cause of a “broken heart.

”  I’m talking about the crushing wounds in life from which we all struggle to recover.  It may be one incident, or it could be many.

Maybe you have repressed the memory of those hurts.  Maybe you have given up hope that healing could ever come.  My sense as I write is that the Lord wants to say to all of us, “The time for healing has come.”  May this letter help in that process!

One of Jesus’ Main Purposes

For many years, I have been profoundly impacted by Jesus’ announcement at the synagogue in Nazareth.

 The record of Luke 4:16–30 makes it clear that when Jesus stepped up that morning to read, He very deliberately selected a specific Messianic passage from the scroll of the prophet Isaiah that was handed to Him.

 The section Jesus chose (what we know as Isaiah 61) specifically outlined what the Messiah would accomplish: “The Spirit of the LORD is upon Me, because He has anointed Me to preach the gospel to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted” (verse 18, NKJV).

The first task listed for the Messiah after the preaching of the Gospel was the healing of the brokenhearted.  Many other passages affirm the Lord’s deep concern for hearts that have been torn up by the rigors of life.

 Psalm 147:3 says: “He [the Lord] heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.

”  In Psalm 34:18, David promises: “The Lord is close to the brokenhearted; He rescues those whose spirits are crushed” (NLT).

Jesus Knew Heartbreak

Jesus not only healed heartbreak; He experienced the depths of this emotion Himself.  One of the Messianic passages, Isaiah 53:3, tells us that our Lord Jesus would be “…despised and rejected by men, a Man of sorrows and acquainted with grief.

”  He was no stranger to the heart injury you and I have suffered.

 In another Messianic verse, the Suffering Servant confesses: “Reproach has broken my heart, and I am full of heaviness; I looked for someone to take pity, but there was none; and for comforters, but I found none” (Psalm 69:20).

When Jesus took a few of His disciples to pray with Him at Gethsemane, these were His words: “My soul is crushed with grief to the point of death.  Stay here and keep watch with me” (Matthew 26:38, nlt).  Heightening His heartbreak, the disciples fell asleep instead of standing with Jesus in His time of agony.

What’s more, it is commonly held that Jesus actually died on the cross of a broken heart.

 When the Roman soldier pierced His side with a lance (John 19:34), the blood and water that poured out were proof positive that the heart of Jesus had ripped apart in the process of crucifixion.

 Our loving Savior knew what it was to have a broken heart.  And that’s why He can help us deal with that same condition.

Life Beats Us Up

Brokenheartedness is a reality we have to face in this life.  It happens. I watched one of the people nearest and dearest to me struggle with a wounded heart over the awful betrayal of a friend.  The injury was never truly “bound up” and healed, and that dear one died with—or from—a broken heart.

Few hearts in modern, stressful society are safe from such attacks.  Sadly, some of our worst wounds come from fellow Christians.

 Jesus warned us that in these pressured end times, we would see many disturbing events, including “…men’s hearts failing them from fear and the expectation of those things which are coming on the earth.

”  Those aggressive, invasive, abusive conditions take their toll on your heart.

An article in the European Journal of Heart Failure caught my attention because of its title: “Did Jesus die of a ‘broken heart’?”  Discussing our stressful times, the author says, “During the last decade, a strange syndrome of extensive reversible cardiac dysfunction precipitated by acute emotional or physical stress has been increasingly recognized. The syndrome has various names, including stress-induced cardio­myopathy (SIC)….   In some patients, SIC may lead literally to heart rupture (and death).”  The stark reality of brokenheartedness!

Now let’s focus on the healing the Messiah can bring to us.

Derek’s Unique Perspective

Derek Prince taught eloquently on principles related to healing for broken hearts.  Here is what he said in the book, Declaring God’s Word:

In Psalm 147:2–3, we read, “The Lord builds up Jerusalem; he gathers the exiles of Israel. He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds” (NIV).

 Those are beautiful words, but the most exciting thing about them is that they are being fulfilled in this generation, in our lifetime.  I have seen the outworking of those words living in Jewish Jerusalem in May 1948, when the State of Israel was reborn after two thousand years.

 Today, the Lord is building up Jerusalem.  He is gathering the exiles of Israel.  He is healing the brokenhearted and binding up their wounds.

That is good news for all who will turn to God.  It is good news for God’s people, Israel. It is also good news for the church of Jesus Christ because the same God who is gathering Israel is gathering the church back to Himself, bringing us into our inheritance, healing our wounds, and binding up our broken hearts.

There is an ongoing ministry of the Holy Spirit that is very special—a ministry to the brokenhearted.  It is a ministry to those whose hearts are wounded.

 If you carry a wound inside you, turn to God and say, “God, this is a time of restoration.  It is a time of regathering.  You are healing the brokenhearted.  You are binding up their wounds.

Lord, You know the wound I have carried so long in my heart.  Will You heal me?”

And the invisible finger of God, the Holy Spirit, will reach down where no surgeon can reach and touch that wounded place in your life to bring you healing and restoration.

Time for His Healing

Do you believe that the Lord, by His Holy Spirit, can touch any broken area of your heart?  Do you want to respond as Derek directed?  The time has come for us to place our hearts in the Lord’s capable hands, and according to Isaiah 42:3, we can be assured of His tenderness: “A bruised reed He will not break, and smoking flax He will not quench.” Jesus knows how to bring the healing we so desperately need.

Are you ready to ask for it now?  If so, please pray the following prayer with me:

Dear Jesus, I come to You with a heart which has been wounded by the stresses and attacks of life.  I have experienced some specific inci­dents of injury that need Your healing touch.  [If certain events come to mind, take a few moments to be specific as you pray.

]  Please, Lord, come into these secret, injured places of my heart and bring Your complete healing and restoration. I affirm that You are the one sent by the Father to heal the broken­hearted.  You are fully able to heal every injury to my heart and soul, no matter how severe.

 I place my heart in Your hands for healing and strengthening as You prepare me for Your future plans for me.

One more matter, Lord.  Rather than hardening my heart against any possible future wounds, I choose instead to soften my heart before You.

 I trust You, Lord Jesus, and I proclaim the promise in Philippians 4:7: that You will guard my heart and my mind by the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding.

Thank You, Lord, for healing my broken heart.


 Moving Forward

This may be one of those God-appointed moments in your life when the Lord provides a breakthrough that changes things forever.

 We encourage you to move confidently from this point onward, knowing that the Lord has fulfilled His promise to heal and restore your heart and soul.

 As a result of what you have prayed, you can depend upon Him to move in your life in even more dynamic ways than He has in the past.

We hope you will allow us to partner with you in that process.  Our greatest joy is to provide encouragement for you in the form of materials, prayer support and personal contact.

 Along those lines, please make sure to download our free offer, an amazing message by Derek called “Healing for Wounded Soldiers.

”  It is solid teaching on the topic covered in this letter that will add a significant component to the step you have already taken.  We are happy to make it available to you.

Partnering Together

Do you know how grateful we are to be connected with you?  We thank the Lord for you—for your prayers for us, your generous financial support, and your regular communication with us.

 We truly could not do this work without your help.

 It is your friendship and support that enable us to extend the teaching legacy of Derek Prince to people throughout the United States and around the world.

Thank you again for all that you do.  Please keep us informed about the progress you are making as you follow the Lord in wholeness and freedom.

Isn’t it wonderful to know that your heart is safe in the hands of Jesus?  What a great joy to be walking together, serving Jesus our Messiah, the one sent from the Father to heal the brokenhearted!

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Broken Heart Archives

Lord Heal My Broken-Heart

Your heart is broken! You loved big and you weren’t loved in return and the pain feels overwhelming.

If you click over to the Blessing Counters Prayer Page, healing and restoration of broken hearts caused by broken relationships is the number one prayer request.

No matter how hard you and I try, rejection is an unfortunate part of life and to say it hurts is an understatement. We simply can’t make everyone love us.

Something I’ve learned, from experience and from watching others, is that the closer the relationship and greater the love … the more intense the pain.

So, what are you supposed to do when your heart is broken?

When the pain is so great that you don’t want to get bed or do anything?

C. S. Lewis said,

“No one ever told me that grief felt so fear.”

If you’re reading this, I’m guessing your heart is broken and you’re grieving, not the death of a person but the death of a relationship.

I’ve been where you are and I know the fear you’re feeling comes from wondering if—you’ll ever feel yourself. You’ll ever trust again. You’ll ever love or be loved again.

You’re wondering if you’ll ever be happy again.

I want you to know, you will. You will heal and you will be happy again.

But be patient with yourself. Grieving takes time … it’s a process without a timetable. It’s something you walk through, not around or over. You have to live it out one day at a time.

The following is a list of things I actually used as I walked through my own season of heartbroken grief.

I believe they can help you walk through yours…

1. PRAY! Pray again and pray some more. 

Cry out to God. He knows what you’re going through. He understands and He will help you.

Ask the Lord to comfort you and give you His strength and peace.  And as hard as it may seem … ask Him to help you forgive the person who broke your heart.

I remember how letting go of the pain seemed impossible. I knew I needed God’s help.

So, I turned to the Psalms and prayed…

Father, I am sad and tired. Make me strong again as You have promised.( Psalm 119:28)

Father, Your Word says You hear our prayers when we call out to You for help … it says You rescue Your children from their troubles. It tells me that – You are close to the brokenhearted and rescue those whose spirits are crushed. I need Your help and Your healing touch. ( Psalm 34:17–18

Father, You understand what I’m going through. You know what it’s to be rejected. I trust Your perfect and unfailing love. Please heal my broken heart. Amen.

2. Turn to God’s Truth and Trust His promises.

God never rejects or betrays His children when they come to Him for help. Never! His promises are true! He proved every single one in and through Jesus.

It’s hard to function when grief is overwhelming. I remember struggling to accomplish even the little things and going through the motions of life in a numb fog.

By God’s grace, He guided me to grab my Bible and for the first time in my life, I read it … not for knowledge but with a hunger in my heart.

I spent every spare moment in the Word with the Lord, allowing Him to fill me with His truth and promises.

Promises …

He gives strength to those who are tired and power to those who are weak.

Isaiah 40:29

I can do all things through Christ because He gives me strength.

Philippians 4:13

 Those who trust in the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint.

Isaiah 40:31

And the one that became my life verse…

My health may fail, and my spirit may grow weak, but God remains the strength of my heart; He is mine forever.

Psalm 73:26

And knowing He was able to hold me close and give me strength, help me to…

3. Breathe and Take Time to Heal.

Broken hearts don’t heal over night any more than broken bones do!

Accept the fact that healing will take time. Get counseling if you need it. Find a wise friend who has walked this path before you … who will walk alongside you giving you hope and encouragement.

You may have friends who don’t understand … that’s okay. This is your life, your journey … ask God to surround you with people who will simply be with you not try to fix you.

I the following quote because even when the steps are small and the progress is slow … if you’re moving forward, you’re heading in the right direction.

“Take all the time you need to heal emotionally. Moving on doesn’t take a day. It takes a lot of little steps to be able to break free of your broken self.”

Author Unknown

Something I needed to remember was to…

4. Stop Reliving the Painful Memories.

Repeatedly reliving painful memories only robbed me of peace, contentment, and joy.

But I’ll be honest with you, this one was really hard for me. I kept wondering … What if I hadn’t said this; what if they hadn’t done that. What if!

I’m not going to tell you it’s easy, it’s not. But there is an important truth to remember… you and I get to choose what we think about. 

Negative thoughts and painful memories will inevitably come to mind … the enemy loves to taunt and discourage us with them but we get to decide how long we will allow them to linger and upset us.

One of the things I learned to do was to…

Set grieving appointments. I gave myself 15-30 minutes each day, to feel big and express painful emotions. I could cry, rant, stomp my feet, or punch a pillow.

Whatever I needed to release what I was feeling. When the time was up, I’d take a breath and tell myself to let it go for that day.

Then … when negative thoughts upset me, I’d remind myself that I would deal with them later at my appointment.

And when negative thoughts tried to derail me, I do my best to remember the following truths…

Be careful what you think, because your thoughts run your life.

Proverbs 4:23

Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise.

Philippians 4:8

5. Do Things that Make You Happy

It’s easy to believe that feeling happy somehow denies your pain and grief. It doesn’t. Do things that bless you … things you love will help you heal.

Go out for coffee with a friend. Take a walk in the park. Buy yourself flowers. Eat a piece of chocolate. Make a list of your favorite things to do and check them off … one by one.

“Today I choose to let go of pain, hurt, resentment, sadness, guilt, and negativity that I’ve been holding onto and allowing to control my life. Today I choose happiness and above all love.” ~Author Unknown

Don’t let your broken heart define you.

Spend time with people who love you. Allow the people who do love you to fill your joy tank. Pour yourself into the people God has placed around you. Look for someone to help … someone else who needs hope and encouragement.

“Live your life from your heart. Share from your heart. And your story will touch and heal people’s souls.”

Melody Beattie

Friend, God is greater than your helplessness and hopelessness. He is able to heal your broken heart.

He understands the pain of rejection. You can give the pieces of your broken heart to Jesus and let Him help you heal.

I’ll admit that occasionally painful thoughts still pop into my head but that doesn’t mean God hasn’t healed my broken heart. All it means is that it’s time to repeat these six steps and trust God to once again give me His perfect peace and fill me with joy.

The One who holds the universe in the palm of His hand loves you! He is able to give you everything you need. He will heal your broken heart!

He heals the brokenhearted and bandages their wounds. He counts the stars and calls them all by name. How great is our Lord! His power is absolute! His understanding is beyond comprehension!

Psalm 147:3–5

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A Prayer for a Broken Heart

Lord Heal My Broken-Heart

  • Cortney Whiting
  • 2017Nov 14

As I browse the checkout line at the grocery store, I notice the covers of the magazines. The decorated tables, beautiful homes, and smiling models. They are pictures of perfection. Yet, adjacent to these are the gossip tabloids, exploiting the misery and pain of others. The photographs are raw. Within the space of a few inches is a dichotomy that reflects how our world can turn on a dime.

Since sin entered the world, creation has suffered its consequences. Distrust, discomfort, and death were not original to Eden. Yet, because of sin, we live with brokenness. We suffer injustice by the hands of others. We experience the consequence of our own transgressions.

But by God’s grace, we can experience healing. Sometimes, we set limits on how God heals. We picture Jesus healing a blind man or a sick woman. Yet, these actions were signs to point to his authority. God sent the Wounded Healer to restore the brokenhearted back to himself.

Psalm 34:18 states that the Lord is near to the brokenhearted. Having personally experienced the repercussions of this fallen world, I find solace in this verse. We are not abandoned in times of strife. Our Heavenly Father sees and responds to our pain.

We see this in the story of Hagar, the Egyptian slave, in Genesis 16 and 21. Though cast aside by her mistress and left to die, the Lord continued to see and provide for her and her child. She responds by giving him the name, “The God who sees.

” Psalm 147 praises God for his ability to heal the brokenhearted and bind up their wounds.

In Isaiah 61:1, God promises to bind up the brokenhearted. This was the verse Jesus proclaimed in the synagogue at the beginning of his ministry.

We sometimes confuse this promise with immediate healing and when we continue to feel pangs of sorrow, our faith wanes. His purpose was to bind up a world that had been broken by sin.

The concept of binding implies that he will wrap us tightly in his loving presence and hold us, making it so we can carry on.

When Jesus entered the world, he experienced the same grief and brokenness caused by sin that we experience today. He suffered and endured rejection, humiliation, hunger, temptation, sorrow, and betrayal. Yet, through his death and resurrection, he overcame the world by conquering sin and death.

Through his resurrection, we have victory over the darkness. By his stripes, we are healed. We have the hope to carry on because we are more than conquerors in Christ because nothing can separate us from the love of God (Romans 8:37-39).

It is this truth that we must cling to in times of crisis and heartbreak.

Before his crucifixion, Jesus predicted the heartbreak his disciples will experience (John 16). Even in his prediction was hope. This hope came through the promise of the Spirit. Through the Spirit, the disciples would be able to experience the fullness of God and a joy previously unknown. But it was by pathway of sorrow that the intimacy of rejoicing would follow.

Jesus promised the Spirit would help, comfort, convict, and guide believers in their ministry after he was gone. Before the resurrection and the Holy Spirit’s arrival at Pentecost, the disciples deserted Jesus, fled for their lives, and were living in fear.

After the resurrection and at through the Spirit, the disciples spread the gospel message and made way for the Church to make a lasting impact for thousands of years.

Perhaps healing should not be gauged by restoration of physical property or life, but rather a renewal of our intimacy with our Creator and Sustainer God. We were created to be at peace with God and with others. Sin has broken our ability to obtain that in and of ourselves.

Yet, through Christ, God has graciously given us an opportunity to receive healing to our delicate hearts in a broken world.

By Christ’s parting gift of His Spirit, we are comforted in the most trying times and are given the divine strength to live another day in the joy that only God can give.

A Prayer for a Broken Heart:

Lord, my heart is so heavy this morning. My sorrow is so great. In the midst of all this pain I am feeling, I am so thankful that you are God and I am not. I am thankful that you are all-powerful, that I do not have to hold it all together or be strong for everyone in my life.

You are my strength. You are strong for my loved-ones when I can’t be. I am thankful you are all-knowing – that you know the outcome to this misery I am facing. That I don’t have to figure out what the next week or month or year looks , because you have it all held together.

And you promise my feet won’t slip. Help me, Lord! Strengthen me for today. Give me daily bread, that I can be sustained through this heartache. Thank you God that you are close when I am hurting. Thank you God for the comfort, grace and joy that only you can give. Hold me up today.

In your name I pray, Amen.

A Short Prayer for a Broken Heart 

Lord, please heal my broken heart. Fill me with the peace and joy I know can only come from You during this hard time. Walk closely beside me during my journey to healing and recovery that I know is possible through Your power alone. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

This article is part of our larger Prayers resource meant to inspire and encourage your prayer life when you face uncertain times. Visit our most popular prayers if you are wondering how to pray or what to pray. Remember, the Holy Spirit intercedes for us and God knows your heart even if you can't find the words to pray.

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A Prayer for When You're Overwhelmed by Fear
A Prayer for a Broken Heart
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Cortney is a wife and mother of two wonderfully energetic children. She received her Masters of Theology Degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. After serving in the church for nearly 15 years, Cortney currently serves as a lay-leader and writes for various Christian ministries. You can find her at www.unveilinggraces.blogspot.com.

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Lord heal my broken heart

Lord Heal My Broken-Heart

How long will it be before you can get through your daily routine without feeling the wave of pain sweep over you, without sensing that knot in the pit of your stomach, and without dwelling on what went wrong? If these are some of the questions you are asking yourself, you are not alone.

A broken heart can cause such an intense reaction that you may feel your life has been completely stripped of meaning. Jobs, hobbies, and friends may no longer hold any joy. In fact, some of us even experience physical pain with a tight chest, nervous stomach, or terrible insomnia.

“Time heals all wounds” is something we have all heard over the years, but do you really have to wait for time to heal these wounds? Absolutely not. There are steps you can take to alleviate the pain you feel.

These steps were developed by people who have endured the pain of a difficult break-up and sought a better way to heal.

Whether you are 22 or 62, the first step is to determine from which type of broken heart you currently suffer. That’s right – there are actually 4 different types of broken hearts.

Several factors determine the type of broken heart you may be enduring right now including your relationship history, the type of relationship and the reasons for the break-up, among others.

Once you know where your heart stands, you will receive customized healing advice.

Okay, so where should you start? Start with the first healing step – the survey – to see where you stand. Get an instant, on screen evaluation. The survey contains 16-questions and can be completed in about 2 minutes. If you’re ready to see which of the 4 types of broken heart you suffer from, then let’s go.

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The Lord said the blind will see the lame would walk those golden streets The deaf would hear the angels sing the righteous would be given wings

So I know I will find up there the answer to my nightly prayer

He’ll heal my broken heart Put each shattered piece where it belongs His mighty hand can make the red sea part I know He’ll heal my broken heart
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He saw you leaving me and he saw me on my knees He heard me call your name till I nearly went insane

Just before I lost all hope I heard a voice say just hang on

He’ll heal my broken heart…

His mighty hand can make the red sea part I know
He’ll heal my broken heart

Господь сказал слепой увидит хромые ходили эти золотые улицы Глухой бы услышать ангелы поют праведные будут даны крылья

Так что я знаю, что найдете там ответа на мой ночной молитвы

Он заживет мое разбитое сердце Положите каждый кусок разрушенной где она принадлежит Его могучие руки могут сделать красной части моря Я знаю, Он заживет моего разбитого сердца

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Он видел, что ты оставила меня, и он увидел меня на коленях Он выслушал меня назвать ваше имя до Я чуть не сошла с ума

Только что я потерял всякую надежду я услышал голос просто повесить на

Он заживет мое разбитое сердце …

Его могучие руки могут сделать красной части моря Я знаю,
Он заживет мое разбитое сердце


Lord I come before you today and ask that you heal my broken heart and bring my huband and I back into unity.

Lord I have so much hate and anger festering in myself and I beg you to help my husband only have eyes for me and that you guard his heart, spirit and thoughts and direct them soely to you. I know that if my husband is being faithful to you he is to me also.

Please open his eyes and heart and bring him back under your authority. Please bring something or someone into his life that makes him draw near to you.

I ask for forgiveness for all the mean and heteful thoughts and words I’ve had towards my husband and I ask forgiveness for allowing the enemy to use this as a way to destroy my marriage. I need you to heal me lord and allow my heart to mend from the wounds inflicted by my husband and his past choices.

Help me to remember that i am worhty of my husbands love and he is worthy of mine as well. Help me to always remeber your will above my own and that when I’m in doubt and scared or feel i can’t trust my husband that i need to bring it to you in prayer and know that you are in control of the situation.

Help me not to harden my heart to my husband or allow the devil room in our marriage. I bind the powers of satan and cast him from this marriage and our lives! Help me lord to always seek your kingdom first and to be holy in your site and to forgive and let go of all the pai nin my heart.

Help me to find joy and peace in my marriage and help me to fall in love with my husband again. Help my husband to show me love and affection and to not do things to perpussly hurt me. Help my husband love me the way I need to be loved.

For all these things I pray to the lord,
Lord hear my prayer!!!

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Heavenly Father, there is a pain implanted in my heart that doesn’t seem to go away. It has crushed me, it aches, I can no longer bear it.

This pain of the past consumes my thoughts daily. It hurts so much, Father, these tears that fall long to see joy once again. Give me peace in my heart, please, I’m crying out to You: hear my prayer.

He heals the broken hearted and binds up their wounds. Psalm 147:3

Praying for strength and courage

I feel so weak, tired and drained. This battle in my mind torments me. Give me strength, give me courage, be my Comforter for I still have hope.

I cling to You and You alone, my Saviour, my Friend. Guide me, ease this pain, mend this broken heart of mine. Transform me, make me whole and brand new.

Surrendering all pain and hurt

I will not give up but I will surrender my all to You. Oh Jesus, be the center. Help me to turn these negative effects into positive change. Help me to use it to become stronger, to thrive to be victorious.

Oh, the pain may endure this moment, but surely joy rises with You in the morning. Oh my Healer, fit back the pieces of this broken heart together. I need You, Lord, right now.

It is better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in man. Psalm 118:8

Psalm 34:18 The Lord is near to the broken hearted and saves the crushed in spirit.

John 14:27 Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.

My suffering ends today!

I am not going to fight Your hands, for they are the ones that hold me at my weakest. I will be still as You work this situation out for me. I await You patiently.  

I trust You, You will heal me, Majestic King and my suffering WILL end today. Help me to FULLY experience Your love and Holy PRESENCE as You make all things work together for my good. In Jesus’ Holy name, Amen!

Related: Prayer – Healer of the Broken-Hearted

Isaiah 43:1  Fear not: for I have redeemed you, I have called you by your name; you are mine.

Psalm 46:1-2 God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried into the sea.


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