Prayer For Abortion Healing
Victims of abortion – healing
First of all I regret very much what happened to you when you rejected the gift of life committing the sin of abortion, I unite myself to your suffering and I pray for your spiritual healing.
Whatever was done can not be undone, fortunately God is merciful and forgives us so that we can carry on with our lives.
In order to experience the forgiveness of your sin, you must have a confession with a priest and if it necessary, you must re-confess with pain of having offended God who is the Author of Life.
To err is human, to forgive is divine. God has forgiven you, with the death of his Son Jesus on the cross, your son or daughter has forgiven you too, since he or she is in the Peace of the Lord. Now your must complete the process of healing by forgiving yourself.
We are all sinners and Jesus rejected the crowd who wanted to stone to death the adulteress woman, he said to them: “Let him who is free from sin, be the one to cast the first stone”. He also said, “Do not judge and you shall not be judged” . God has forgiven you, then, now, do not continue judging and condemning yourself for the sin that God has already forgiven you.
I suggest that you pray to the Virgin of Guadalupe since She is the Patroness of the unborn. She will help you to find peace. Bless your child and baptize it spiritually with your faith in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.Never mistrust the Mercy of God. God loves us. May the Lord bless you and keep you, and give you the peace and courage to carry get on with your life.
In so far as your own self forgiveness, you must make mental exercises or affirmations in which you talk to yourself saying for example:
I have sinned, and what I have done is wrong. However God is all Love and Mercy, he has forgiven all my sins with his death on the cross. I am myself at peace with God, now I want to be at peace with myself.
God has said, forgive and you shall be forgiven, so in the name of Jesus I forgive myself. And as a child falls in order to learn how to stand firm and support himself, I also have fallen and have learned from my fall. Now I recognize the evil of sin and I respect God more.
This fall has helped me to begin a new life with more holy fear of God and with more appreciation for life.
This fall helps me to pray for other women so that they won't fall in the same trap. It teaches me to give counsel to those that God will introduce to me and to prevent them from this damage to their lives.
It also helps me to help others who are suffering the pain of the trauma of abortion and its moral and spiritual consequences.
Thanks be to God for the gift of forgiveness. Thank you Lord for healing me and cleansing me with the Precious Blood of Jesus.
Joseph of Jesus and Mary.
Treasury of Prayers – The Work of God Apostolate
Prayer of repentance for having destroyed life >>>
Heavenly Father, Almighty God. I humble myself before your Presence. Father of life, Father of all spirits. I have sinned against you, I have broken your commandment that says “You shall not kill” I repent of my crime, I admit my guilt and I ask you to forgive me.
You have said an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth and a life for a life [Leviticus 24:17-21]; if you look at my iniquities I will be lost forever, but with you is found mercy and love [Psalm 130:2-3]. Lord have mercy on me, a sinner. Lord you have appointed repentance for the forgiveness of sins , you have given power to your Church to forgive sins.
I promise to confess my sins to a Catholic priest and I beg you to heal the wounds of my soul. Heal me Oh Lord, purify me from all my iniquities. Precious Blood of Jesus cover me, I have shed human blood, I have destroyed life and you are life, now I beg you Lord by the power of your Precious Blood that you forgive me and deliver me from my iniquities.Blessed Mother Mary, Virgin mother of all the living, mother of life, I am your child, forgive me my sins and pray for me, take me into the refuge of your Immaculate Heart and help me to live God's commandments. Mother Mary you are the mother of that human being that I rejected, I entrust it to you and to your Son my Lord Jesus Christ.
Pray for us O Holy Mother of God that we may be worthy of the promises of Christ. Amen.
Joseph of Jesus and Mary
Prayer of Healing
Heal me, Lord
Lord, hear me…. Lord, anoint me with Your Divine Spirit… Inflame my heart with the fire of Your Love….. Flood my being with Your Majestic Presence….. Please attend the call of my soul……….. Lord, forgive me all my offences….., purify me and heal me of all the resentments that I may have contracted in my ignorance……..
Forgive me for all the times that I have despised You……… when I have sinned and haven't felt any remorse…….. Deign to fill me with the gift of Forgiveness……. so that at this moment I can forgive all the people that have offended me, and that I can send my love to them ……. and so that they forgive me too……….. Lord.
…..Heal my self inflicted wounds for lack of pardon and understanding for my brothers…….. Heal me Lord……… Purify my soul,…. so that I can feel that I have no resentments against anyone….or against myself……or against You……… Fill me with Your Peace………
Saturate my being with Your Divine Love, to undo the walls of pride and selfishness…… Teach me to love You and others …. as I have never loved before…… Transform me into a sun of Eternal Love …….to light up all hearts with tender rays of love…….. Heal me Lord…………. Fill me with Your Light…….
Fill me with Your Love…….. Fill me with Your Peace……. Amen………….
Text from “The Gospel of Life, Evangelium Vitae ”
By the Holy Father, John Paul II
I would to say a special word, to women who have had an abortion. The Church is aware of the many factors which may have influenced your decision, and she does not doubt that in many cases it was a painful and even shattering decision. The wound in your heart may not yet have healed.
Certainly what happened was and remain terribly wrong. But do not give into discouragement and do not lose hope. Try rather to understand what happened and face it honestly. If you have not already done so, give yourself over with humility and trust to repentance.
The Father of Mercies is ready to give you his forgiveness and his peace in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. You will come to understand that nothing is definitively lost and you will also be able to ask forgiveness from your child, who is now living in the Lord.
With the friendly and expert help and advise of other people, and as a result of your own painful experience, you can be among the most eloquent defenders of everyone's right to life.
Through your commitment to life, whereby accepting the birth of other children or by welcoming and caring for those most in need of someone to be close to them, you will become promoters of a new way of looking at human life.
John Paul II
The 8th Planned Parenthood Video + A Prayer at the Protest, and Counsel for Healing from an Abortion
C. S. Lewis once wrote in the preface to the Screwtape Letters,
The greatest evil is not now done in those sordid “dens of crime” that Dickens loved to paint. It is not done even in concentration camps and labour camps. In those we see its final result.
But it is conceived and ordered (moved, seconded, carried, and minuted) in clean, carpeted, warmed and well-lighted offices, by quiet men with white collars and cut fingernails and smooth-shaven cheeks who do not need to raise their voices.
He could have been writing about Planned Parenthood and StemExpress.
Today (August 25, 2015), The Center for Medical Progress released its eighth video using undercover footage exposing the reality of what goes on behind these closed clinical doors.
LOS ANGELES, Aug.
25-The eighth video in the ongoing controversy over Planned Parenthood’s sale of aborted fetal body parts shows the CEO of StemExpress, LLC, a major buyer of fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood, admitting the company gets “a lot” of intact fetuses, suggesting “another 50 livers a week” would not be enough, and agreeing abortion clinics should profit from the sale:http://www.centerformedicalprogress.o…
StemExpress is a for-profit biotech supply company that has been partnered with Planned Parenthood clinics across the country to purchase human fetal parts since its founding in 2010. StemExpress’ Medical Director, Dr. Ronald Berman, is an abortion doctor for Planned Parenthood Mar Monte.
In the video, actors posing as another human biologics company meet with StemExpress CEO Cate Dyer, plus Vice President of Corporate Development and Legal Affairs Kevin Cooksy, and Procurement Manager Megan Barr. StemExpress and the actors are discussing a potential partnership to supply extra fetal body parts to each other.
“So many physicians are , ‘Oh I can totally procure tissue,’ and they can’t,” expresses Dyer, seeming to indicate that abortion doctors must do the procedure in a special way to obtain useable fetal parts. Federal law requires that no alteration in the timing or method of abortion be done for the purposes of fetal tissue collection (42 U.S.C. 289g-1).
“What about intact specimens?” asks one of the actors. “Oh yeah, I mean if you have intact cases, which we’ve done a lot, we sometimes ship those back to our lab in its entirety,” replies Dyer. “Case” is the clinical term for an abortion procedure. An “intact case” refers to an intact abortion with a whole fetus.
“The entire case?” asks an actor. “Yeah, yeah,” says Dyer. “The procurement for us, I mean it can go really sideways, depending on the facility, and then our samples are destroyed,” she explains past botched fetal dissections, “so we started bringing them back even to manage it from a procurement expert standpoint.
”Feticidal chemicals digoxin cannot be used to kill the fetus in a tissue procurement case, so a fetus delivered intact for organ harvesting is ly to be a born-alive infant.
“What would make your lab happy?” asks one of the actors. “Another 50 livers a week,” says Dyer. “We’re working with almost triple digit number clinics,” Dyer explains, “and we still need more.” She later notes, “Planned Parenthood has volume, because they are a volume institution.”
Dyer also agrees that payments to abortion clinics for fetal body parts should be financially beneficial to them. “Do you feel there are clinics out there that have been burned, that feel they’re doing all this work for research and it hasn’t been profitable for them?” she asks.
“I haven’t seen that.” StemExpress publishes a flyer for Planned Parenthood clinics that promises “Financial Profits” and “fiscal rewards” for clinics that supply aborted fetal tissue. It is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Mar Monte Chief Medical Officer Dr. Dorothy Furgerson: http://www.
The sale or purchase of human fetal tissue is a federal felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison or a fine of up to $500,000 (42 U.S.C. 289g-2). The Sacramento Business Journal reported in June that StemExpress has an annual revenue of $4.5 million.
The video is the eighth released by The Center for Medical Progress in its investigative journalism study of Planned Parenthood’s sale of aborted baby parts.
“StemExpress is the ‘weakest link’ that unravels Planned Parenthood’s baby parts chain-they readily admit the profit-motive that Planned Parenthood and their proxies have in supplying aborted baby parts,” notes David Daleiden, Project Lead for CMP.
“Congress and law enforcement should immediately seize all fetal tissue files from StemExpress and all communications and contracts with Planned Parenthood. The evidence that Planned Parenthood profits from the sale of aborted baby parts is now overwhelming, and not one more dime of taxpayer money should go to their corrupt and fraudulent criminal enterprise.”
Since July 14, 2015, The Center for Medical Progress has posted the following undercover videos of Planned Parenthood’s handing of the body parts of its victims:
- Planned Parenthood Uses Partial-Birth Abortions to Sell Baby Parts (July 14, 2015) [full footage | complete transcript]
- Second Planned Parenthood Senior Executive Haggles Over Baby Parts Prices, Changes Abortion Methods (July 21, 2015) [full footage | complete transcript]
- Human Capital, Episode 1: Planned Parenthood’s Black Market in Baby Parts (July 28, 2015) [full footage | complete transcript]
- Planned Parenthood VP Says Fetuses May Come Out Intact, Agrees Payments Specific to the Specimen (July 30, 2015) [full footage | complete transcript]
- Intact Fetuses “Just a Matter of Line Items” for Planned Parenthood TX Mega-Center (August 4, 2015) [full footage | complete transcript]
- Human Capital, Episode 2: Inside the Planned Parenthood Supply Site (August 12, 2015)
- Human Capital, Episode 3: Planned Parenthood’s Custom Abortions for Superior Product (August 19, 2015)
1. Protesting Planned Parenthood
John Piper’s recent engagement on this issue is worth noting and emulating.
First, read his piece, “Planned Parenthood: Invitation, Explanation, Indignation,” narrating why he has publicly protested against abortion in the past (including a night in jail for non-violent civil disobedience) and why the time is right to protest again.
He was inviting readers to the Protest Planned Parenthood demonstrations across the country on Saturday, August 22.
Over 65,000 peaceful protesters showed up this weekend at 320 Planned Parenthood clinics across the US, making it the single largest coordinated day of planned protest against abortion.
Second, listen to Piper’s five-minute prayer at the protest (transcript here):Finally, read his Saturday evening reflections about the protest that morning, where he offered seven short observations under the following heading:
- Christian and ecumenical
- Relatively sober
- Freedom on public property
- Legislators and pro-life leaders
- Planned Parenthood responds
- First timers
I have traced and summarized the development of Piper’s preaching and activism in the essay “‘Abortion is About God: Piper’s Passionate, Prophetic Pro-Life Preaching,” in For the Fame of God’s Name: Essays in Honor of John Piper, ed. Sam Storms and Justin Taylor (Wheaton, IL: Crossway), 328-50. The link will take you to the essay available for free (courtesy of Crossway).
2. Healing from an Abortion
I’m aware that it’s possible that some are seeing the energy and momentum and passion and anger against Planned Parenthood and are not seeing much public effort right now to those in bondage to guilt over their complicity in the act of abortion.
David Powlison (executive director of CCEF) talks through how to heal from guilt and shame after an abortion:
You can read online the Personal Liturgy of Confession. Powlison begins:
When I counsel with people who struggle with deep feelings of shame, guilt, and regret, I sometimes suggest that they design a personalized liturgy. In what follows, I walk through the example of a woman who has had an abortion, and all that led up to that choice, and all that follows in someone whose conscience is alive. . . .
Designing your own liturgy of confession will help you to think through exactly what you need to bring to God, and what you need from God. It will give you serious words to express your sorrow, regret, guilt and pain over your abortion. It will lead you by the hand to God’s mercy and to his washing away of your sin and guilt.
The parts of this liturgy in italics are taken and adapted from the General Confession of Sin inThe Book of Common Prayer. Even when your thoughts and feelings are chaotic, these words can serve as your guide. They are a channel for honesty.
Instead of wallowing in misery and failure, these words help you to plan how you will walk in the direction of honesty, mercy, gratitude, and freedom.
I suggest that you pray out loud. It helps you to remember that you are talking with someone who is listening. You aren’t just thinking things inside your head. Use this prayer to express the gravity of what happened.Use it to remind yourself out loud that God’s mercies are deeper than what you did or failed to do. Read through this prayer and meditation first. Then go back through it, writing out your own words to personalize it.
Express your honest story to God in response to hearing what he says to you.
You can print and read the whole thing here.
Healing abortion guilt and grief
There is no grief the grief that does not speak.
~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
It was just another box of old belongings to be sorted for our cross-country move. But the brightly colored cloth journal caught my eye and caused my heart to skip a beat. With equal anticipation and dread I sat down and thumbed through pages written over thirty years earlier.
Had I saved the receipt?
Yes, there it was.
Dated June 16, 1978, the yellowed 3 x 5 carbon noted my name and address, the name and location of the abortion facility, and a fee of $165.00 marked paid in full, in cash.I cried softly as I read these facts I’d buried but not laid to rest so many years ago.
This January marks the 40th Anniversary of the Roe v Wade decision making abortion legal for any reason. But the date may go largely unmarked by those abortion has impacted the most—the millions of women who chose it.
One in three women of childbearing age has had at least one abortion. Yet we all feel alone as we wonder what might have been. We miss the children we thought we did not want but now wish we could have known and loved.
Our hearts long to be forgiven but seldom sense it is so.
This is the ache of parental grief after abortion.
Counselor Teri Reisser told me, “Awareness of the need to grieve the loss of an aborted child is almost nonexistent in our culture.
” I found this to be true as I’ve researched the need for healing the spiritual wounds of abortion.
Perhaps, because women choose abortion, Reisser says, “They do not feel they have any right to a normal grieving process . . . [yet] they do grieve for the lost child.”
It would be much easier if everyone around us helped us grieve. Unfortunately, quite the opposite happens. Few people know words of comfort for any type of pregnancy loss.
We stumble when we should be the stabilizing support for women who have gone through miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death. We fail to realize how responsible and guilty women may feel as the primary protectors of the life of a child who dies before birth.
And in the case of abortion, we are told the new life within us is not even a child. How to grieve and relieve the guilt when we realize we believed a lie?
Jesus knew the life-giving value of grieving after death. He wept with Mary and Martha after Lazarus died, asking, “Where have you laid him?” (John 11: 34) He went with them to the tomb—not just to remember, but to demonstrate God’s glory. After abortion, he will go with us too. He’ll help us find God in the midst of our loss and grief if we’ll risk facing the truth.
If instead we continue to believe the lie that there is no child to mourn, we may clutch the sorrow as the only reminder our child had ever existed. At the same time, as any normal parent wanting love from their child, we have this ache. The ache, somewhere deep in our hearts, is for our unborn child.
Only there is no outlet, no child present, and none even acknowledged as lost.In our isolation and shame we think: I can’t seem to get over this, so there must be something wrong with me. Guilt and grief compete for our emotions as guilt demands we reject our sin, and grief requires us to accept our loss.
I wrestled the pain of these conflicting emotions for twenty-three years until I received God’s mercy and accepted that there is truly no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus and who live according to the Spirit and not according to the flesh (Romans 8:1).
Embracing the reality of redemption starts our healing journey.
Soon afterward a woman I barely knew confessed an abortion in very plain terms. Her simple honesty made it safe for me to speak the truth. And something amazing happened.
When I confessed, my heartbreak began to be healed. I felt the love of Jesus Christ enter into the space in my heart I had always kept closed just for the memory of that day.
I knew without doubt that my child is safe with the Savior in heaven.
Such mercy! Such blessed relief and joy—as if I’d been handed a new life. And that’s just what God did for me. He assured me that my child was not destroyed forever. And he helped me receive the forgiveness he secured for me on the cross. He has made everything new.
As we confess to God our guilt is removed (Psalm 32:5) and as we confess and pray with others our grief is healed (James 5:16). Being forgiven allows us to forgive others.
This wasn’t always easy for me—especially forgiving those who lied and said it wasn’t a baby, “just tissue.
” But when we obey God and forgive those who don’t deserve it, our memories, even painful ones, minister to us in our grief.
Remembering my deep disappointment at hearing my fiancé choose abortion; my fear of being incompetent to parent this little one all alone; how God touched my heart to try to move me to choose life, and how I had been too far gone to listen. Surely these memories, though painful, spoke of me having had a mother’s heart even though I had failed to find a way to act that love. This gives me hope—I know God can build on the smallest seeds of love.
Healing continued in a post-abortion Bible study where I gave honor and dignity to my child in heaven. I gave him the name Immanuel, and he is part of my forever family.
As I look back now, I am so grateful for that receipt which witnesses my child’s all-too-brief life and devastating death.
They have helped me see that I’m not who I was when I made that fatal mistake.
And today I can say God’s grace has replaced my guilt and grief.
I’m guessing you’re different now too.
So, what’s your story? Where have you laid the past aside, but not put it to rest?I would count it a privilege to listen in confidence and help you remember the child you never met.
I join my heart with yours to pray God will provide others in your church, your family, your circle of friends who will patiently help you to process your loss. As Jesus goes with us to grieve, he gives us peace.
His love binds up the wounds of our hearts.
I’m praying the time for your healing has come.
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Prayers for healing after surgery
Do you need a prayer for surgery? Even if nurses take care of hundreds of patients and see them being wheeled into the operating room, we can never be too tired to send out a wish and a prayer for a successful surgery.
Here are 20 short but powerful prayers for nurses, doctors, and patients.
1Prayer For Guidance
Heavenly Father, please take my hands and guide them. Grant me the strength to help my patients and their families. The skill to ease their suffering the understanding to diagnose their needs. The kindness of heart to care for them and reassure their fear. Please be beside me on each and every case as I rely on you the greatest of healers. Amen.
2Prayer For Righteous Judgement
God, the greatest master of healing arts, bless us and guide us. Make us your instrument in alleviating the pains of your ailing servants. Make our eyes alert, our hands skillful and sensitive, and fill our mental faculties with keenness to make righteous judgment so that others may live. Amen.
3Prayer For A Patient’s Recovery
I said a prayer for you today, that God would touch you with His healing hand and give you the comfort and peace you need to get through.
4Prayer For A Patient’s Continued Health
I said a prayer for you today, and know that God must have heard. I felt the answer in my heart although He spoke not a word. I didn’t ask for wealth or fame (I know you wouldn’t mind).
I asked Him to send treasures of a far more lasting kind! I asked that He’d be near you at the start of each new day; to grant you health and blessings and friends to share your way. I asked for happiness for you in all things great and small.
But it was for His loving care I prayed for most of all!
5Prayer For After Surgery
O merciful Father in heaven, thank You for being with (name of person) while he/she was in surgery. Thank You for blessing the surgeon with the skill and knowledge needed to do his/her work and safely bringing (name person) through this operation.
O gracious Father, bring healing to (name person) and bless him/her with the best care possible as he/she recovers. Continue to bless him/her with your tender care.
Grant him/her patience during his/her recuperation, help him/her grow in strength each day, and bring him/her to full recovery quickly, without any setbacks. Amen.
6Prayer For Strength And Healing
At every moment of our existence your are present to us God, in gentle compassion. Help us to be present to one another so that our presence may be a strength that heals the wounds of time, and gives hope that is for all persons, through Jesus our compassionate brother.
7Prayer For Jesus’ Healing Hands
Heavenly Father, we pray that You will lay your healing Hands upon all those who are sick. We beg You to have compassion on all those who are suffering so that they may be delivered from their pitiful circumstances. In Jesus, we pray. Amen.
8Prayer For Quick Recovery
May the love of Jesus and His healing power touch you in a special way this very hour. May the Savior’s strong arms and prayers of special friends embrace and hold you close until your body mends.
9Prayer For Recovery
Today I lifted up your name before the Lord in prayer. I asked him to supply your needs, and keep you in his care. I pled with him to make you well, and take away your illness and pain, the sunshine chases rain. Amen.
10Prayer For Skill
Dear God, These strong gloved fingers which I flex, this human hand which holds the knife, sterile now and steady – need thy guiding skill to help another life. Bless now this patient – thine and mind – who, under thee entrusts to me a precious life! God of the surgeon’s tireless strength, the surgeon’s finite skill, grant that I may be guided to do thy will. Amen.
11Prayer For Guidance
Dear God, These fragile hands that cut the flesh, steady them as if at rest. Bless this patient yours and mine whose very life is your design. Almighty God I do pray guide my hand as I work today! Amen.
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12General Prayer For Healing
Pour out, thy healing Angels, thy heavenly host upon me, and upon those that I love, let me feel the beam of thy healing Angels upon me. The light of your healing hands, I will let thy healing begin, whatever way God grants it, Amen.
13Prayer For A Successful Operation
Loving Father, I entrust myself to your care this day. Guide with wisdom and skill the minds and hands of the medical people who minister in your Name, and grant that every cause of illness be removed.
That I may be restored to soundness of health and learn to live in more perfect harmony with you and with those around me. Through Jesus Christ. Amen. Into your hands, I commend my body and my soul. Amen.
14Prayer Before Surgery
O Jesus Christ, Messiah and Lord, grant me joyful acceptance of the surgery which awaits me, and let this be the relief and cure which I seek.
Make skilled the work of the surgeon and that of his team for it is unto their knowledge and skill that I give myself for healing.
I pray You, O Lord, that this procedure will be without complication, and that my recovery will be speedy and complete. Amen.
15Prayer For Healing
O God, the source of all health. Fill my heart with faith. Be near me in times of weakness and pain Although I know You are in control, I am apprehensive about what faces me. You made me, loved me, and have provided my surgeon with needed skill to perform a miracle in my behalf. Sustain me by Your grace that my strength and courage may not fail. Heal me according to Your will. Amen.
16Prayer Before Surgery
Loving Father, as I face this new experience in these different surroundings, I come to You for courage, wisdom and peace of mind. I know that Your Healing Power is here both in me and my doctor.
I trust his skill and wisdom, and he tender care of the nurses. Dear Lord, take over this operation and let Your Power be felt through all these forces. Let Your Perfect Wholeness be mine, that I may live to glorify You in every area of my life.
I pray all this in the Powerful Name of Jesus, my Lord and Saviour. Amen.
17Prayer For Preparation Before A Surgery
Lord Jesus, help me as I prepare for this operation. In Your love, guard and protect me through the skills of the doctors and the care of everyone else. Bring me back to health and full recovery. Lord Jesus, I praise You forever and ever. Amen.
18Prayer From Deuteronomy
Lord, help me suffering to lead me to return to You with a repentant heart; ready to follow Your commands and praise Your Name for Your patience with me. In Jesus Name, Amen.
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19Prayer After Surgery
Blessed Savior, I thank you that this operation is safely past, and now I rest in your abiding presence, relaxing every tension, releasing every care and anxiety, receiving more and more of your healing life into every part of my being. In moments of pain, I turn to you for strength. In times of loneliness I feel your loving nearness. Grant that your life and love and joy may flow through me for the healing of others in your name. Amen.
Lord Jesus, heal me. Heal in me whatever You see needs healing. Heal me of whatever might separate me from you. Heal my memory, heal my heart, heal my body, heal my soul. Lay Your hands gently upon me and heal me through Your love for me. Amen.
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by Carol (United Stated)
Please pray that at the doctor’s appointment today, my son finds out what is still causing him the extreme pain even after 3 back surgeries and a fusion. The constant pain for the last year is taking such a toll on him spiritually, emotionally, and financially.
The financial issue, or so his “mom” keeps telling him is just material things and can be rearranged and worked on by small baby steps… the other dealing with the pain and what that is doing to him is what needs to be addressed and healed.
And I believe with all of my being that the Heavenly Father, his Divine Healing Son Jesus, and the Blessed Mother Mary will come to his aid, reach down a loving healing hand and help my son heal completely and take away the pain he has been in for well over a year. I ask you to please, please pray along with me. Amen.
I promise to return your compassion and caring by holding and praying each of your names and families., Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
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