New Hospital Patient’s Prayer

Prayer for Cancer Patients

New Hospital Patient’s Prayer

Our mission at Prayer for Cancer Patients is simple; to be a blessing to the body of Jesus Christ. To receive HIS grace and enjoy HIS gift of healing and comfort.

Our Prayer..

Our prayer is that, as you land on the Prayer for cancer patients site, God by His Holy Spirit will guide you to a page that will be a blessing to you or your loved one. You may land here while searching for a prayer for a cancer patient or healing scriptures for those suffering from one form of sickness or another, or you just stumbled to the site; one thing we know, God orders the steps of the righteous and we know He has a reason why you are here. May His purpose be fulfilled in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen.

A Friend & My Mother…

You may or may not know, a dear friend died of Cancer and my mom died of heart attack and this is partly what set me on a journey to be able to have a website that is a blessing to the body of Jesus Christ but more so for the families with patients. We hope we will be a blessing to you.

A New Approach

The first site we started focused solely on prayer, no additives. However, on this site, prayer for cancer patients, we are adding more stuff so that our prayers will go hand in hand with some helpful hints or links or pieces of advice. James the Apostle said in James 2:15-17 “If a brother or sister be naked, and destitute of daily food, And one of you say unto them, depart in peace, be ye warmed and filled; notwithstanding ye give them not those things which are needful to the body; what doth it profit? Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone.” Our prayer is that we may, albeit a small way, put action to our faith. Yes, our main and overriding goal is prayer, this we shall not compromise and even as we write articles and pieces of advice, we shall incorporate declarations and prayer points to the Glory of God. We still believe, Andrew Murray once said, talking about prayers:-

WE STAND WITH ALL CANCER PATIENTS

Get this Notebook for a friend that is suffering from Cancer. Infact buy several and bless them and let them record memories of Gods goodness.

Cancer We know that Cancer is the uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells. When one is diagnosed of Cancer, there is a feeling of devastation and it’s very hard to pray.

As you post your name and request here, friends all over the world will ask God to visit you and we have faith in God’s Word. He says, “Call unto me and I will answer”. He said it; we believe it and that settles it.

Never Forget

Friend, never forget that Our Almighty God’s name is still “Jehovah Rapha”. The LORD God Our Healer. Every cancer roots can dry at the command of our Great Lord. He is the same that spoke to the fig tree and it dried from its roots. Nothing is too hard for Him. He is able to make the bad cells stop spreading. His Word has power to heal, deliver and restore. I pray that your health or that of your loved one will be restored in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen. Friend, His Word will restore health to you. Jeremiah 30:17 “But I will restore you to health and heal your wounds declares the LORD.” Friend, so be it, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Strategy

Strategically, our efforts will thus be geared towards making Prayer for Cancer Patients site a site that will be • A Prayer Base• A Knowledge Base• A Connectivity Base and • A Portal for sharing your precious experiences for the benefit of the body of Christ. The tools in place are such that it is now very easy for you to post your comments and even upload your pictures or videos. I look forward to this. Friends, remember, one of the ways to defeat the devil is through testimonies that glorify Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, The Son of The Living God. So, do not keep silent. Help trample the devil down in Jesus Mighty Name, Amen.

Join in..Team up..

If you have not joined the prayer team, I encourage you to. Each month I share the Monthly Online Word, a word that will be a blessing to you for the whole month. I also give prayer directions or fasting directions in case that is what we have to do for the month. I look forward to this site not only being a blessing to you but your friends and the entire body of Christ. Bookmark it, share it and enjoy it. God bless you and keep you and make His face shine upon you. Okay, a brief view of two of the pages:- 1. Cancer Patients List Page Here is where one will post the name of a dear friend and the whole world will be able to visit and pray for these dear ones. This is where we have testimonies. Take time and post a prayer, they will surely appreciate it. 2. Other Sicknesses Page Here is where one will post the name of a dear friend who is suffering from any other sickness apart from cancer. It may be diabetes, depression, leukemia, High Blood Pressure, Flu; no sickness is too small to be included. Again, the whole world will be able to visit and pray for these dear ones. Testimonies can also be posted here. Take and pray for someone, God is waiting. Other pages are listed below; visit them all if you can. Blessings.

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Bible Reading and Prayer in the Sickroom

New Hospital Patient’s Prayer

The presence of the minister in the sickroom should make the patient conscious of the presence of the Great Physician.

This is most effectually achieved when the minister leaves with the suffering one brief spiritual prescrip­tions from the Bible, and personally seeks to connect him with the healing power of God in prayer.

The therapeutic power of the Scriptures and of prayer are the minister's two greatest re­sources of help and comfort to the hospital patient.

We mortals may sympathize with the infir­mities of our fellow men, but the source of all true comfort comes from the inspiration of God. The Scriptures are rich in examples of those who have walked “through the valley of the shadow of death,” and who have been sustained by the mighty arm of the everlasting Father.

In every case the Scripture selection should be brief and applicable to the situation. This is no time for a doctrinal Bible study or a whole­sale use of the Bible. Inexhaustible spiritual resources with an amazing relevance to all hu­man needs are found in the Bible.

Brief sen­tences of inspiration, the significant content of treasured verses, often provide just the spiritual prescription needed.

A striking sentence promise from God's Holy Word can be remem­bered even by a sick mind and may balance the scales in favor of hope and health.

It must be remembered that minds dulled with pain and wearied by struggles with disease and anxiety are incapable of remembering long and difficult scriptural passages. Sometimes one can write a little passage and leave it with the patient as a spiritual prescription to help in his recovery.

Each passage should be read well in a con­versational voice. Avoid reading too rapidly, since most sick people's minds do not function as efficiently as in normal times. Obviously, the time to read an appropriate portion of the Bible comes after the minister has established a satisfactory relationship with the patient.

Some­times it is not wise to read the Bible to the sick one—and the minister must have good common sense and understanding of the situa­tion. In such cases a briefly quoted sentence from God's Word may suffice.

The majority of patients will welcome a selection from the Word of God, if the clergyman is tactful and considerate and cultured in his approach.

There are numerous appropriate passages from the Bible that will remind the sufferer of the love and attention of God. What the patient needs most is courage and faith. The following are but a sample selection of Scriptures from which successful ministers and counselors have drawn their spiritual prescriptions for the en­couragement of the sick:

Ps. 4:1, 3-8—Commune with your heart and be still

Ps. 23:1-6— “The Lord is my shepherd”

Ps. 90:1,. 2, 4—The greatness of a personal God

Ps. 91:1-4—The Lord is our refuge

Ps. 121:1-8—Our help comes from the Lord

Isa. 41:10—”I will strengthen thee”

Isa. 43:1-5—”Fear not; for I am with thee”

Matt. 6:25-33—Be not anxious for the future

Matt. 7:7, 8—Ask, and ye shall receive

Matt. 11:28-30—There is rest for the weary

Matt. 17:19, 20—The need of faith

John 14:1-3—”Let not your heart be troubled”

John 14:27; 16:33—Peace and quietness

Rom. 8:18, 28—The glory that is to come

Rom. 8:35, 37-39—Nothing can separate us from the love of God

The Healing Power of the Word of God

God has put His healing power into His Word. His words, as the wise man has observed, “are life unto those that find them, and health to all their flesh” (Prov. 4:22).

In the acceptance of God's promises the faith of man partakes of the divine nature, with its healing and strength­ening power (2 Peter 1:4).

The author of The Ministry of Healing beautifully expresses this thought as follows:

The same power that Christ exercised when He walked visibly among men is in His word.

It was by His word that Jesus healed disease and cast out demons; by His word He stilled the sea and raised the dead, and the people bore witness that His word was with power.

He spoke the word of God, as He had spoken to all the prophets and teachers of the Old Testament. The whole Bible is a mani­festation of Christ. . . .

So with all the promises of God's word. In them He is speaking to us individually, speaking as di­rectly as if we could listen to His voice. It is in these promises that Christ communicates to us His grace and power.

They are the leaves from that tree which is “for the healing of the nations.” Rev. 22:2. Received, assimilated, they are to be the strength of the character, the inspiration and sus­tenance of the life. Nothing else can have such healing power.

Nothing besides can impart the courage and faith which give vital energy to the whole being.—Page 122.

Praying With the Patient

Prayer is the minister's greatest contribution to healing in the sickroom. It is not a magical rite, but it is a medium that brings to the pa­tient's stress and anxiety the quieting influence of the eternal God.

It makes available the spiritual resources that bring both peace of mind and bodily strength.

Even illnesses for which medical science has not as yet provided a cure have been greatly alleviated by prayer, and in some instances completely cured, as God has graciously responded to the faith of those con­cerned.

The objective results of the prayer of faith are many. Prayer relieves the inner fears of persons who are preparing for an operation, and an­esthesia is more readily induced.

Prayer stimu­lates more rapid recovery, and during the time of convalescence not only relieves the after­effects of the operation or illness, but also im­plants the peace and trust that are so conducive to a complete return to health.

In answer to prayer God has greatly blessed the work of Chris­tian physicians and pastors in their efforts to minister new health and new faith to their pa­tients, even to the extent of actually reversing the processes of death, and extending prolonged life to those whose condition medical science had conceded to be hopeless.

When men are bereft of strength and per­plexed in spirit, they feel their need of God. Many people feel quite secure in times of health and take their faith for granted.

But when a crisis comes and they are fiat on their back in a hospital bed, they are often very anxious to have the assurance of God's personal care for them.

Even those who are so confused that they won­der whether prayer really works, present a golden opportunity for the understanding pas­tor to refocus their attention on God.

The Scripture says that “men ought always to pray, and not to faint” (Luke 18:1); and if ever there is a time when they feel their need of prayer, it is when strength fails and life itself seems slipping from their grasp.

Often those who are in health forget the wonderful mercies continued to them day by day, year after year, and they render no tribute of praise to God for His benefits. But when sickness comes, God is remembered. When human strength fails, men feel their need of divine help.

And never does our merciful God turn from the soul that in sincerity seeks Him for help. He is our refuge in sickness as in health.—Ibid., p. 225.

Ministers should keep in mind certain basic principles that help to make prayer more effec­tive in their ministry to the sick:

1. The minister should be relaxed and calm. There are a number of distractions that can make it difficult to pray. If the minister is nervous, hurried, or conscious of the physical condition, his praying can be tense or mechani­cal.

It is important to concentrate upon the pa­tient and his personal needs. The clergyman should be as fully aware as the physician, that body, mind, and spirit act and react on one another.

Much may depend upon his attitude, both in his sickroom ministry and his prayer.

2. It is important that the patient recognize that the primary purpose of prayer is submis­sion to the will of God.

In prayer for the sick, it should be remembered that “we know not what we should pray for as we ought.” Romans 8:26. We do not know whether the blessing we desire will be best or not. Therefore our prayers should include this thought: “Lord, Thou knowest every secret of the soul.

Thou are ac­quainted with these persons. . . . If, therefore, it is for Thy glory and the good of the afflicted ones, we ask, in the name of Jesus, that they may be restored to health.

If it be not Thy will that they may be restored, we ask that Thy grace may com­fort and Thy presence sustain them in their suf­ferings.”—Ibid., pp. 229, 230.

3. Those who want the minister to pray for their healing and restoration should be led to see that personal confession of sin and its for­giveness is an indispensable part of healing. Any violation of the laws of God, both physical and spiritual, is sin.

God is the one who “forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases” (Ps. 103:3). This is true spiritual and mental therapy that is of greatest value to bodily res­toration.

Only by turning to God in faith and penitence, and in consecration and willing obe­dience, can one come in contact with this com­plete healing power.

4. Prayers for the sick should be in a conver­sational tone of voice. One should speak audibly and clearly so that the patient can understand without having to strain his hearing. Under no circumstances should the patient be agitated by loud, emotionally charged prayers.

5. Prayer in the presence of the sick should never be long. One authority on pastoral minis­try suggests that the ideal sickroom prayer should contain “about the number of phrases that are in the twenty-third Psalm.” If the sick person should become weary as a result of our much praying, then the effect of our visit would be greatly diminished.

6. The form and content of the prayer for the sick person should be consistent with the troubled one's needs and experience in the Christian life. During his visit with the patient in the hospital room or ward the alert minister will soon determine some of the most obvious spiritual needs.

7. In his hospital work the minister will oc­casionally find some who believe that prayer should take the place of the remedies prescribed by the doctor. We should make it clear that it is not a denial of faith to use the means God has provided to alleviate pain and aid nature in her work. True medical skill is a gift of God, and the Christian physician is wise an agent of God.

8. When a patient in a ward requests prayer, the minister may tactfully offer to pray so all in the ward may hear, if they so desire, or he may continue with prayer in the same conversa­tional tone that he has been using in speaking to the patient whom he has been visiting.

In all his ministry to the sick, it is essential that the pastor strive to emulate the sympathetic understanding and tender pity that so character­ized our Lord's ministry to sin-sick man.

He who took humanity upon Himself knows how to sympathize with the sufferings of humanity. Not only does Christ know every soul, and the peculiar needs and trials of that soul, but He knows all the circumstances that chafe and perplex the spirit. His hand is outstretched in pitying tenderness to every suffering child. Those who suffer most have most of His sympathy and pity.—Ibid., p. 249.

The pastor should understand the patient's problem of pain, which has a most disturbing effect and occupies the center of attention. All else seems secondary and it temporarily en­gulfs the patient.

The sufferer's outgoing in­terests are blocked and he becomes involuntarily self-centered. One thing is uppermost in his mind and that is his physical hurt. He is ly to feel rejected and cut off.

The mental turmoil in the patient is usually very acute. He is anxious and insecure as he compares his healthful days with the future, which looks so uncertain. His condition is one of dependence.

Others wait upon him and tell him what to do. Perhaps never since infancy has he had such attention. This experience is con­fusing to most adults and after a few days fre­quently leads to despondency and protest.

It is not uncommon for the minister to find such patients depressed.

Time hangs heavily upon many sick folks, especially if the period of illness or even con­valescence is prolonged.

The majority of people living in this active age are busily employed, and if sudden illness strikes the many hours with little to do but lie and think are a bit over­whelming.

The understanding minister will be able to leave some precious promise of the Word of God to occupy the mind and bless the soul. These prescriptions for inner peace and renewed spiritual life are healing medicine indeed.

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Spirituality In Hospital Setting , Sample of Essays

New Hospital Patient’s Prayer

Most patients go through different healing processes such as Emotional and Spiritual healing process, these healing process are different and individual to each patient. Due to the uniqueness of each patient hospitals are facing challenges to treat their patients. Most hospitals are developing methods to overcome these challenges.

One of the methods they are developing includes spiritual settings in each area of the hospital, and by providing Chaplin services throughout the day to the patient, family, and friends allowing practice of the individuals spiritual needs.

This paper will discuss the healing hospital and spirituality, challenges of a healing environment, and how biblical passage Matthew 4:23-24 pertains to a healing hospital. The Healing Hospital

A successful hospital patient’s healing starts from the entrance. The hospital doors should be open to anyone who enters through them to be treated with respect, dignity, in regard to their race, culture, ethnic or religion choices.

When the patient arrives at a hospital, they would hope to see clean and organized areas, welcoming reception, or a person who will comfort them and ask their needs. All these are very important factors, but all these factors do not make the hospital a healing hospital.

According to an article titled the “Top Ten Healing Hospitals” having a well-qualified staff that creates comfortable and trustworthy relationships with their patients can make a big difference in the healing process of their patients (Chapman, 2009).

The Essay on Healing: Patient And Health Care

… between healing hospitals and its spirituality. Healing hospitals focuses on a holistic approach to provide a patient care. There are many challenges of creating a healing hospital in … to patients and their families’ cognitive, emotional and spiritual concerns [Mildtein 2005]. The healing hospital is very different from regular health care hospitals. The healing hospital is …

If a patient trusts their health care providers and believes they will get the best treatment, then their healing process will be faster.

As the technology becomes more complicated and patients sickness’s becomes more complex, a hospital needs to have well educated health care staff, trained in the new and advanced technology’s to gain the patient’s trust.

A healing hospital is a hospital that can provide support and service for patients who do not have a family or friends to support them.

A healing hospital recognizes the staff that goes above and beyond to care for the patients and awards staff with incentives to gain satisfaction and thrust of the organization they work for. In regard to patient spiritual needs a healing hospital needs to be prepared to receive every individual regardless of their choice of religion and beliefs.

There are many organizations that can provide spirituality services to patients and their families. Having this service is very important to the patient who wants to practice their beliefs and will help them to become comfortable and connect to their internal soul.

Patients who have a discussion with their health care providers regarding their spirituality and religion will be comfortable during their stay in the hospital. Patients and family find peace and a sense of wellbeing during difficult time, stress, sickness or death, if their spiritual needs are met.

For example on of the “Top Ten Healing Hospital” Mercy Gillbert Medical Center mentioned the three factors that make a hospital a healing hospital;

1) Physically attractive environment, 2) culturally sensitive staff, 3) Staff trained to provide loving care (Geimer-Flanders, 2009).

Even if spirituality has a positive patient outcome, it remains neglected by many areas of hospital services.

Most health care staff do not want to participate in spiritual care of their patients due to various reasons, such as lack of knowledge about the required religion, or it might be against their own religion or beliefs to treat the patient.

A healing hospital should educate staff of the importance of respecting each patients religion and beliefs, have a guideline on how to treat those patients according to their religion or belief , let the patients and their family practice their religion during their stay in the hospital.

For example, my place of work has a special prayer program every day for forty five minutes for anyone to attend. The hospital also has a healing garden with different plants that can attract butterflies and birds which can help the patient and family to meditate and restore their hope. Challenges of Healing Hospital

The Business plan on Hospital and Emergency Care Group

… rural area hospitals). The value added services that the ECG applied to their consumers range from patient care to employees. … competition.

MMG designed new patient education programs to improve patient care. These education programs to improve patient care. These education programs were …

education to the emergency and primary care physicians as well the hospital personnel. ECG did not want to …

Every hospital to some degree faces a challenge to have a healing environment.

Un other organizations, hospitals are dealing with patients’ lives every day, one of the worst challenges hospitals face is having unwanted events happen to the patient, for example patient developing surgical site infection after surgery will prolong a patients stay in the hospital, cost hospital a lot of money to treat the infection, and can cause patient to die. In order to avoid Surgical Site Infection hospitals need to have a well-trained operating room nurses. Other challenges to a healing environment include patients coming from various parts of the world, and patients with language barriers, even if most of hospitals are required to have translator services, there can be communication breakdowns between the patient and the health care providers, which creates patients not being treated according to their beliefs, which can lead to complications and patient dissatisfaction (Clegg, 2003).

Another challenge for the healing environment is patients refusing treatment due to their belief or spirituality, despite the treatment being important to the patient life, nurses should respect the patient’s wishes and try talk with the patients doctor, family, clergy, and most importantly to the patient, to help them make decisions consistent with their spiritual needs and beliefs. Biblical Passage

One passage from the bible regarding healing comes from the book of Matthew 4:23-24 which says ” 23 And Jesus went about all Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing all kinds of sickness and all kinds of disease among the people. 24 Then His fame went throughout all Syria; and they brought to him all sick people who were afflicted with various disease and torments, and those who were demon-possessed, epileptics and paralytics; and he healed them (Bradley, 2010).

The Essay on Healing Hospital 2

… with their relationship to spirituality and the challenges that may result when creating a healing hospital and environment in the presence of modern medicine … actively listening. To further promote the healing of patients through a holistic approach, the staff of a healing hospital (and not just the nurses …

“The passage defines that Jesus was traveling from place to place to teach the gospel and a lot of people came to him to listen him teach and find a solution to their problems and to be cured from their sickness. Conclusion

Having a healing hospital is an important part of the healing process. To overcome the challenge and barriers to having a healing hospital, nurse’s play an important role by advancing their education, understanding the importance of individual spiritual needs and beliefs, and creating an uplifting and comforting environment to the patient.

References

Bradley, M. (2010).

Uplifting Message on Healing. Healing Verses of the Bible. Retrieved from //www.bible-knowledge.com Chapman, E. (2009).

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Ten Healing Hospital. The Journal of Sacred Work, 49. Retrieved from journalofsacrework.typepad.com Clegg, A. (2003).

Older South Asian patient and carer perceptions of Culturally sensitive care in community hospital setting. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 12(2), 283-99. Retrieved from //ehis.ebschost.com.library.gcu.edu Geimer-Flanders, J. (2009).

Rational and research overview. Creating a healing environment. Retrieved from //www.ccjm.org Zarren, H. (2010).

Association of Healing Health care. Hospital as Healing Community. Retrieved from //www.healinghealthcareassoc.org

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12 Best Catholic Prayers for Cancer Patients

New Hospital Patient’s Prayer

If you know someone whom is afflicted with a deadly disease, recite one of these Catholic prayers for cancer patients. These are some great prayers for bringing comfort and strength to the Lord during this time of suffering.

Prayers #1

St. Peregrine, whom Holy Mother Church has declared Patron of those suffering from Cancer, I confidently turn to you for help in my present sickness. I beg your kind intercession.

Ask God to relieve me of this sickness, if it be his Holy Will.

Plead with the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of Sorrows, whom you loved so tenderly and in union with whom you have suffered the pains of Cancer, that she may help me with her powerful prayers and loving consolation.

But if it should be God’s Holy Will that I bear this sickness, obtain for me courage and strength to accept these trails from the loving hand of God with patience and resignation, because he knows what is best for the salvation of my soul. St.

Peregrine, be my friend and patron. Help me to imitate you in accepting suffering, and to unite myself with Jesus Crucified and the Mother of Sorrows, as you did.

I offer my pains to God with all the love of my heart, for his glory and the salvation of souls, especially my own. Amen.

Prayer #2

O great St. Peregrine, you have been called “The Mighty,” “The Wonder-Worker,” because of the numerous miracles which you have obtained from God for those who have had recourse to you. For so many years you bore in your own flesh this cancerous disease that destroys the very fiber of our being, and who had recourse to the source of all grace when the power of man could do no more.

You were favored with the vision of Jesus coming down from His Cross to heal your affliction. Ask of God and Our Lady, the cure of the sick whom we entrust to you.

(Pause here and silently recall the names of the sick for whom you are praying) Aided in this way by your powerful intercession, we shall sing to God, now and for all eternity, a song of gratitude for His great goodness and mercy. Amen.

Prayer #3

Father, for the strength you have given me I thank you. For the health you have blessed me with, I thank you. For the women who are going through breast cancer and their families I ask you to strengthen and to heal as you see fit. Lord we know you want us to be in good health and to prosper.

Lord use us to do the work you have for us to do. For we know time is getting short on this earth. Lord be with every woman who is sick and encourage them as only you can. I know how faithful you are. You have shown yourself to be everything you say you are in your Holy Word.

I praise you for you made this body and you can heal this body. In Jesus Name I pray.

Amen.

Prayer #4

O God, who gave to St.

Peregrine an Angel for his companion, the Mother of God for his Teacher, and Jesus as the Physician of his malady, grant we beseech You through his merits that we may on earth intensely love our Holy Angel, the blessed Virgin Mary, and our Saviour, and in Him bless them forever. Grant that we may receive the favor which we now petition. We ask this through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.

Prayer #5

Dear Apostle of Emilia and member of the Order of Mary, you spread the Good News by your word, and by your life witnessed to its truth. In union with Jesus crucified, you endured excruciating sufferings so patiently as to be healed miraculously of cancer in the leg. If it is agreeable to God, obtain relief and cure for N., and keep us all from the dread cancer of sin. Amen.

Prayer #6

We implore thy powerful aid, St. Peregrine, for all who are living unworthy of their Christian vocation. May the be converted from a sinful, selfish life, as thou wast by the good example of those who are obedient to Christ’s counsels.

We invoke thy special help, St. Peregrine, for all in religious life that they may remain faithful as thou didst to their vows, and ever steadfast in their commitment to Christ.

We seek thy merciful aid, St. Peregrine, especially for those afflicted or threatened by cancer, by any ailment of the foot, or by any incurable diseases. Please help us quickly to find a cure for cancer, and a remedy for all our human infirmities of soul, mind, and body. Amen.

Prayer #7

St. Peregrine, we come to thee confidently to implore thy aid with God in our necessity. Thou wast converted instantly from a worldly life by the good example of one holy person.

Thou wast also cured instantaneously of cancer by God’s grace and unceasing prayer. In thy gracious kindness please ask the Lord to heal us also in body, mind, and soul.

May we then also imitate thee in doing His work with renewed vigor and strength. Amen.

Prayer #8

Dear Lord Jesus, it is my will to surrender to you everything that I am and everything that I’m striving to be. I open the deepest recesses of my heart and invite your Holy Spirit to dwell inside of me.

I offer you my life, heart, mind, body, soul, spirit, all my hopes, plans and dreams. I surrender to you my past, present and future problems, habits, character defects, attitudes, livelihood, resources, finances, medical coverage, occupation and all my relationships.

I give you my health, physical appearance, disabilities, family, marriage, children and friendships. I ask you to take Lordship over every aspect of my life. I surrender to you all my hurt, pain, worry, doubt, fear and anxiety, and I ask you to wash me clean.

I release everything into your compassionate care. Please speak to me clearly, Lord. Open my ears to hear your voice. Open my heart to commune with you more deeply. I want to feel your loving embrace. Open the doors that need to be opened and close the doors that need to be closed. Please set my feet upon the straight and narrow road that leads to everlasting life. Amen.

Prayer #9

Precious Lord Jesus, I thank you for your enduring love. You came into the world to set me free from the power of darkness. You embraced a violent death on the cross to pay the penalty on my behalf. You suffered the scourging at the pillar, taking the sickness of humanity upon your own flesh, so that I could be healed.

I come before you now to place all my sin upon your cross and ask for your precious blood to wash me clean.

I place the penalty for my sinfulness, all my sickness, diseases and infirmities upon your cross, and for the sake of your sorrowful passion, I ask to be set free.

I accept your sacrifice and receive your gift of reconciliation. I confess your Lordship over every aspect of my life, heart, mind, body, soul and spirit.

Through the power of your cross Lord Jesus, I now resist all forms of sin, sickness and disease. I say to all forms of sickness and disease caused by my own disobedience, that you are not God’s good and perfect will for my life, and I enforce the power of the cross upon you right now.

By the shed blood of the Lord Jesus Christ of Nazareth, I command all forms of sickness and disease to leave my presence immediately. Jesus bore my infirmities. He was wounded for my transgressions.

By his stripes I have been healed. No sickness, pain, death, fear or addiction shall ever be lord over me again. The penalty has been paid in full. I have been ransomed and redeemed, sanctified and set free.

Amen.

Prayer #10

God of all creation, you who spoke a simple command and brought forth light from the darkness, I call upon you now to send forth your miracle-working power into every aspect of my being.

In the same way that you spoke unto the dust of the ground when you created humankind in your own image, I ask you to send forth your healing power into my body.

Send forth your word and command every cell, electrical and chemical impulse, tissue, joint, ligament, organ, gland, muscle, bone and every molecule in my body to come under complete and perfect health, strength, alignment, balance and harmony.

It is through you that I live and move and have my being. With every breath I take, I live under your life-giving grace. I ask you to touch me now with the same miracle-working power that you used when you fashioned me inside my mother’s womb. As surely as you have created me in your image and ness, you can also recreate me now and restore my health.

Please fill me with your healing power. Cast out all that should not be inside of me. I ask you to mend all that is broken, root out every sickness and disease, open all blocked arteries and veins, restore my internal organs, rebuild my damaged tissues, remove all inflammation and cleanse me of all infections, viruses and destructive forms of bacteria.

Let the warmth of your healing love flood my entire being, so that my body will function the way it was created to be, whole and complete, renewed in your perfect health. I ask this through my Lord, Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

Prayer #11

Dear Lord Jesus, as I rest in the comfort of your love, I ask to experience your gentle embrace as you tenderly wrap your loving arms around me. I trust your compassionate care will bring peace to my mind, serenity to my heart and renewal to my spirit.

In your loving embrace, I ask that you grant me a peaceful night’s rest. Please purify my dreams, cleanse my subconscious and wash my thoughts with the purity of your infinite love. Please minister to my heart, mind, body, soul and spirit as I rest in your compassionate care tonight.

Please send forth your protective angels to stand guard over me as I sleep.

May your angelic army destroy all curses, hindrances and demonic influences that have been sent against my ability to experience a peaceful night’s rest.

I ask that your heavenly host protect me as I stay awake and watch over me as I sleep, that awake I may keep watch with Christ, and asleep, rest in his peace. Amen.

Prayer #12

Have mercy on me, O God, according to your steadfast love; according to your abundant mercy blot out my transgressions. Wash me thoroughly from my iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin.

For I know my transgressions, and my sin is ever before me. Against you, you alone, have I sinned, and done what is evil in your sight, so that you are justified in your sentence and blameless when you pass judgment. Indeed, I was born guilty, a sinner when my mother conceived me.

You desire truth in the inward being; therefore teach me wisdom in my secret heart. Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean; wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Let me hear joy and gladness; let the bones that you have crushed rejoice. Hide your face from my sins, and blot out all my iniquities.

Create in me a clean heart, O God, and put a new and right spirit within me. Do not cast me away from your presence, and do not take your Holy Spirit from me. Restore to me the joy of your salvation, and sustain in me a willing spirit.

Here is one prayer to share and recite at the end of life. This is important to combine the spirit and body during this transitional time.

About the Author of this Blog Post
Crystal Ayres has served as our editor-in-chief for the last five years. She is a proud veteran, wife and mother. The goal of ConnectUs is to publish compelling content that addresses some of the biggest issues the world faces. If you would to reach out to contact Crystal, then go here to send her a message.

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