Prayer of Comfort In A Time Of Loss

Words of Comfort for Mourners

Prayer of Comfort In A Time Of Loss

When mourning a loved one, it is hard not to feel alone in the world and no one will ever be able to fill the void that has been left.

Ironically, as lonely as grief can be, it is one of life’s most universal experiences. And from ancient times to the present, people have been writing about it. While nothing can take your pain away, many mourners get some comfort from reading poems and other texts that address loss, mortality and grief.

We encourage you to explore the Book of Psalms, which, as this article notes, Jews and others have for centuries turned to “for solace, guidance, catharsis, renewal, and much more.

” Another popular biblical text at times of loss is The Book of Job, which addresses head on and often very poetically, the question of why God allows bad things to happen to good people.

In addition, many people find the words of the Mourner’s Kaddish comforting.

A number of contemporary books, such as For Those Left Behind: A Jewish Anthology of Comfort and Healing and Grief in Our Seasons: A Mourner’s Kaddish Companion offer an array of inspiring poems, quotes and other readings.

Below are some of our favorite Jewish quotes, poems and texts for comforting mourners. Did we miss a special quote or a book that helped you get through a hard time? Leave it in the comments below or email us at

Don’t Be Afraid of Pain

We can endure much more than we think we can; all human experience testifies to that. All we need to do is learn not to be afraid of pain. Grit your teeth and let it hurt. Don’t deny it, don’t be overwhelmed by it.

It will not last forever. One day, the pain will be gone and you will still be there. — Rabbi Harold S.

Kushner, a contemporary American rabbi (from When All You’ve Ever Wanted Isn’t Enough: The Search For a Life That Matters)

There Is No Magic Answer

There is no magic answer to loss. Nothing, not even time, will make the pain completely disappear. But loss is transformative if it is met with faith.

Faith is our chance to make sense of loss, to cope with the stone that rolls around in the hollow of our stomachs when something we loved, something we thought was forever, is suddenly gone.

— Rabbi David Wolpe, a contemporary American rabbi (from Making Loss Matter: Creating Meaning in Difficult Times)

Rebuilding After Loss

“I will build an altar from the broken fragments of my heart.” — Rabbi Yehuda HaChasid, a Polish rabbi who, with a group of followers, moved to Jerusalem in 1700.

“Each Of Us Has a Name”

This Hebrew poem, by the Israeli poet known as Zelda (her full name was Zelda Schneurson Mishkovsky and she lived from 1914-1984) is translated here by Marcia Falk and is often read at funerals and memorial services, as well as at Jewish naming ceremonies.

What We Leave Behind

You can read the Hannah Senesh poem “There are Stars” (Yesh Kochavim, in the original Hebrew) in full here. The Hungarian-born Senesh was killed by the Nazis at age 23. She had moved to pre-state Israel but then returned to Hungary in 1944, in a doomed (and fatal) effort to help the anti-Nazi resistance fighters there. Here are the first few lines:

There are stars whose radiance is visible on earththough they have long been extinct.There are people whose brilliance continues to light

the world even though they are not longer among the living….

“If I Had Not Fallen”

This short passage comes from Orchot Tzadikim (The Ways of the Righteous), an anonymous book of Jewish ethical teachings written in 15th-century Germany:

If I had not fallen, I would not have picked myself up,
If I did not sit in darkness, I would not have seen the light.

(Orchot Tzadikim, Shaar Hateshuvah, Shaar 26)

“God Takes Nothing”

This proverb comes from Midrash HaGadol, a collection of Midrash texts that was compiled in the 14th century:

God takes nothing from the world until He puts something else in its place.

“Strange Is Our Situation Here on Earth”

This passage by physicist Albert Einstein comes from “My Credo,” an article he wrote in 1932, which is cited here.

Strange is our situation here on Earth. Each of us comes for a short visit, not knowing why, yet sometimes seeming to divine a purpose. From the standpoint of daily life, however, there is one thing we do know: that man is here for the sake of other men — above all for those upon whose smiles and well-being our own happiness depends.

Three Levels of Mourning

This is a Hasidic teaching that Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel often quoted, according to Heschel, Hasidism and Halakha:

There are three ascending levels of mourning: with tears — that is the lowest. With silence — that is higher. And with a song — that is the highest.

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Comforting Prayers for the Loss of a Beloved Dog or Cat

Prayer of Comfort In A Time Of Loss

Believing in heaven or an afterlife doesn’t erase the intense pain of a dog or cat’s death, but it can help. These prayers for the loss of a pet will comfort and help owners cope with the death of their dogs or cats.

With great love comes great suffering. While the grief of pet loss can last for years, there are things you can do to make surviving the death of a dog or cat easier.

One of those things is holding on to the hope that your beloved dog or cat is resting in peace in Heaven – or whatever afterlife you envision – watching over you with kind eyes, love, and peace.

 In this article, you’ll find comforting prayers, encouragements, and suggestions for saying goodbye after the loss of a pet.

How long will the pain of pet loss last?

“No one can say how long we will mourn pet loss,” writes Gary Kowalski in Goodbye, Friend: Healing Wisdom for Anyone Who Has Ever Lost a Pet. “Grieving may commonly be measured in days or weeks, but it can be months, or even longer. Many people report feeling ‘choked up’ by the memory of a beloved pet years after the animal is gone.”

Comforting Ideas and Heartfelt Prayers for the Loss of a Pet

God doesn’t take away our pain – but He does help us walk through it.

Father in Heaven,

Comforting Prayers for the Loss of a Pet

Bring comfort and healing to those who are mourning the deaths of their beloved pets. You know their pain, for you lost your own beloved son.

You know the depth of sadness and grief your children feel when they lose a dog or cat who was so dear, near, and special to them.

You know the emptiness of a home that no longer has that furry little (or big!) creature; you know the emptiness of a heart that longs for the comforting touch of a beloved cat or dog.

I thank you for the gift of our pets, for the love these creatures give us, for the life that they offer, and for the chance to love them we love nothing and nobody else on earth.

I pray for comfort, peace, and healing as we let go of the cats and dogs that we loved so dearly.


Understand the depth and width of pet loss

Why is the death of a cat or dog so devastating? Because our pets bring us a depth of companionship and love that nothing else on earth offers.

“Our relationships with dogs can be even more satisfying than our human relationships, if for no other reason than dogs provide us with such unconditional, uncritical positive feedback,” writes Frank McAndrew in Rover: Getting Over Rover: Why Our Grief Over a Dog Is So Intense on the Psychology Today website. “Interacting with dogs makes us feel good, and just looking at them can make us smile. Dog owners score higher on measures of well-being and, on average, they are happier than people who own cats and those who own no pets at all.”

The loss of a cat or dog is painful because we are not losing just one pet; we actually experience multiple losses at the same time.  We may be losing our primary companion, a source of unconditional love, a “life witness” who provides security and comfort to us, a best friend, a link to ourselves, and even a part of who we were and are and hope to be. 

The loss of a pet cat or dog dramatically changes your daily life at home and in the neighborhood. Pet loss is even more profound than the loss of most friends and relatives, because of the extreme and sometimes sudden changes in lifestyle and routine.

Forgive yourself

“If I only I would’ve known my dog was that sick, I would have taken him to the veterinarian sooner,” say some readers on  differently,” say some readers on How to Deal With Guilt After the Loss of Your Beloved Dog.

Comfort and Prayers for the Loss of a Beloved Pet Dog or Cat

Loving pet owners almost always feel guilt and regret after their dogs or cats die. They tell themselves they could have held on longer, given more mediation, tried one more tactic to avoid death…but the truth is that a dog or cat’s life is finite.

There is no value in replaying the “if only” scenarios when you’re coping the loss of a family pet. Instead of looking back at the “if onlys”, focus on saying good-bye to your dog or cat — perhaps with a pet memorial service or a celebration of life. Say prayers that honor your dog or cat’s life and memory, and ask for peace, healing, and self-forgiveness.

Remember that God is in control – and He loves you deeply. Your life – and your pet’s death – unfolded not because He wasn’t looking, but because it was time to say goodbye.

Plan a memorial service or “celebration of life” for your pet

“A pet loss memorial service can be solitary, or friends and family may also gather in farewell,” writes Kowalski in Goodbye, Friend. “Coming to terms with the death may be especially difficult for those who lack the chance to say a personal goodbye.”

Memorials can include a period of silence, a brief time for sharing, a eulogy, reading, prayer. Acknowledge loss and honor your memories. Express hope for the future, with an affirmation of life ahead. Focusing on what Heaven means to you and your pet is a spiritual way to survive pet loss for many mourning pet owners.

If you want to comfort someone who is grieving pet loss, you might find 8 Pet Sympathy Gifts to Ease the Pain of a Dog or Cat’s Death helpful.

A prayer for a pet loss memorial service

Father God,

Thank you for the gift of pets. You blessed us with the existence of this dog in our hearts and home for 10 years.

You brought this dog to us; You brought life, joy, love, companionship, laughter, and comfort to us through this dog. He loved us unconditionally, and You loved us unconditionally through this pet.

Thank you for this experience, this life we had together. Thank You for giving us this gift and blessing. It was a short life, but it was deep.

We lift our beloved pet to You now. We lift her spirit, her heart and soul and dear little body to You. We know You love this pet dearly, and You are watching over us now. We know You care, and Your heart aches just as ours do. We pray for the loss of our pet, and we give You our grief and pain. We bow before you in humble adoration, and we lift our broken hearts to You.

We trust You with a child faith, Father, and we know our pet is safe in Your arms. We love you with innocent hearts, and we know You will take good care of our pets now and forevermore.

Until we meet again, our pets rest safely in Your arms and our hearts.


Rest – for it is God’s gift to you

Give yourself the gift of rest. You have lots of time to learn how to live without your pet dog or cat. After the shock and grief of pet loss, you may feel exhausted and drained.

All you want to do is sleep. This is a normal, natural part of the grieving process. I believe it’s God’s gift to us.

Sleep is healing and therapeutic, and can help your body and mind process the pain of losing your pet.

Here’s a practical tip for coping with pet loss: don’t make any major decisions in the period immediately following your dog or cat’s death. You’re emotionally drained, physically exhausted, and perhaps even spiritually dry. Your judgment isn’t the same as it normally is, and you may make a hasty or impulsive decision that you may later regret.

If possible, postpone making any big changes in your life.

 This is may not be the time to adopt another pet dog or cat, for instance, nor is it the time to vow that you will never bring another pet into your home because you’re devastated.

Allow yourself time to absorb and adjust to the situation. This isn’t the best time to make career changes, relationship decisions, or move to a new city.

Stick to the familiar, and hold tight to God. Continue your spiritual practices – and consider deepening them in this time of grief and loss.

All your spirit to connect with the Holy Spirit – no words necessary

You don’t need “prayers for pet loss” to tell God how you feel or receive His comfort and peace. Just open your heart and spirit to Him. The Holy Spirit’s job is to advocate for you, to tell God what you can’t say. Let the Holy Spirit do his job.

But you must do yours. Take time to bow your heart and humble yourself before God. If you’re angry because you lost your pet dog or cat, tell Him. Your prayers don’t have to filled with petitions, praises, or please.

Your prayers just have to be you.

On a practical note, both meditation and prayer have been found to reduce stress, increase feelings of well-being, offer deep relaxation, reduce depression, and increase self-confidence and self-love.

You don’t have to be religious or even spiritual to benefit from meditation when you’re mourning the loss of your family pet. Connecting to a higher power such as God, the Universe, or Allah can get you through the worst parts of your grief.

Friends, family members, and spouses can be a great source of spiritual strength and comfort – especially if they’re open to praying or meditating with you.

Imagine your pet dog or cat safely and joyfully resting in peace

“Hold your pet in your heart, but know that physically they are in another place, a place far superior to the one they left,” writes Gary Kurz in Cold Noses At The Pearly Gates. “Suffice it to say that your pet is alive and well; and know that I would never say anything of such gravity if I were not absolutely sure of the facts.”

The death of your beloved pet can be one of the most heartbreaking losses you’ll ever endure. But healing after the loss of a pet dog or cat isn’t only about finding closure through prayers and healing. You also want to know where your best friend has gone.

After the intense, unexpected grief he experienced following the loss of his own companions, animal lover and biblical scholar Gary Kurz set out to prove that there are indeed pets in Paradise.

After devoting countless hours of research, he shares his inspiring insights to bring pet lovers a richer understanding of animals and their souls.

You’ll finally find answers to common questions about animals and the afterlife –  and in this book you also get a 30-day devotional to help you work through your grief.

Allow your thoughts to roam where they will

After pet loss, some owners pray for a “new” dog or cat to love. Other pet owners say they will never own another pet again for as long as they live.

What do you think? Are you praying for a pet to fill the loss in your life, or are you unable to even consider the thought of another animal in your home?

“A friend of mine, Pam, gave me the greatest advice when I lost my cat,” says Paige on How to Cope With the Pain of Missing Your Cat. “She told me to go get another kitten.

Her reasoning was that Zoe gave me so much love and happiness in the 13 years she lived with me that it would be a shame to deprive myself of that type of relationship just because Zoe was gone. She was absolutely right.

I never replaced Zoe in my heart, but I have opened my heart and home to several other kittens.”

This idea for surviving pet loss doesn’t work for everyone, but it has been incredibly helpful for some people.

“Time always brings eventual relief from the pain, and your life will return to normal,” writes Kurz in Cold Noses at the Pearly Gates.

“There will be a time when you feel guilty for feeling better, but even that will pass. Nothing will ever take away the sense of absence, but the disabling and relentless grief will subside and eventually disappear.

I know it may not seem that way now, but…it has proven true every time.”

Healing Your Heart After the Loss of a Pet

In Biblical Proof Animals Do Go To Heaven, Steven Woodward finally answers the age old question once and for all: “Do pets go to heaven, or did they just die and that’s it?”

Do animals have spirits? In this book, you’ll discover one perspective about God’s relationship with animals, and how He really feels about them. Woodward shares his divine visions along with scriptural proof, which Jesus reveals and explains to him, concerning God’s entire creation.

Whether you are a pet lover or not, you will gain a greater understanding of the immense love of Jesus, for all of His creation. After reading this testimony, you will look at love and forgiveness in a whole new light. You’ll also have a different perspective on praying after the loss of a pet!

In How to Heal Your Heart After Losing Your Pet, I share 75 ways to cope with grief and guilt when your dog or cat dies. I interviewed veterinarians, pet loss experts, grief specialists, and dozens of pet owners so I could write this ebook.

Dear Reader,

I pray for healing from the grief and guilt you feel over the loss of your pet dog or cat. I lift your pet’s spirit to our Father in Heaven, and ask for His peace that surpasses all understanding to wash over you. I pray for your pet to remain alive and joyful in your heart and soul, and for you to remember your pet with joy and love.

May you hold on to the light, life, and love your pet dog or cat brought to your home. May you be free from the shadows, and may your heart, soul and spirit be filled with the peace, joy, and radiance that can only come from the Son.

In sympathy and with His love,



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Finding Comfort in Prayer

Prayer of Comfort In A Time Of Loss

Grief is cruel and seemingly relentless. If you are mourning a loved one’s death, no one can tell you that you will emerge from your grief, healed and refreshed, in six weeks or six months or a year. Grief, you see, operates on its own schedule. Your pain won’t be constant, however – it will ebb and flow, and you will learn to take comfort where you can find it.

There will be times when you want to cry out in rage, when you feel so alone…when you just need someone to talk to…when you want to cry until there are no tears left.

Many bereaved people find prayer to be a source of comfort in such times. It doesn’t matter if you go to church every week or consider yourself to be a religious person.

The power of prayer is available to anyone, of any faith, as well as to those who have no faith – and those who are still seeking.

Turning to a Higher Power in times of sorrow and need is human nature, and prayer in one form or another has been around since ancient times. Whether they know that Power as Jesus, Yahweh, Allah, or Mother Nature, people of all faiths look to the God of their understanding as the source of life, and when life ends, all creation returns to its Creator.

Dispelling Myths About Prayer

Prayer doesn’t have to be formal, long, or eloquent; prayer is simply conversation with God.

Some people pray only in church, but you can pray anywhere – at home, at work, as you walk through a park. It doesn’t matter whether you stand, sit, or kneel to pray.

You can pray any time of the day or night, alone or with others, silently or aloud. Prayer requires honesty, and little else.

Prayer needn’t follow a strict formula of praise or petition, adoration or gratitude. Your prayer can be as simple as a heartfelt conversation with a friend.

Think of your best friend, who would do everything in her power to comfort you, if only she could.

You don’t have to believe in God, but if you can accept the idea that there just might be a Power greater than yourself, you can allow that Power to wash over you and comfort you in your time of sorrow.

How to Pray

If you are familiar with prayer, you may find it very natural and easy to turn to God in your grief. Even some active churchgoers, however, find that faith eludes them in their grief. And then there are those who aren’t accustomed to praying. If you are one of those people, you may be wondering where to begin.

The following suggestions, themes familiar to anyone who has ever lost someone they love, are meant to get the conversation started. Keep in mind, though, that this is your prayer, and the words, thoughts, and feelings will come from your heart once you begin.

  • Pray for God’s presence. God is everywhere, but sometimes we can’t feel God’s presence. When you are ready to pray, take a moment to breathe deep and be still. Then pray to feel God’s presence to soothe your soul.
  • Pray your anger. When you deny the anger you feel, it festers a boil inside of you, and healing can only begin when you let it out. If you feel angry, don’t hold back – God can take it.
  • Pray your sadness. God knows the secrets of your heart, including the sorrow you bear. Talk to God about the loneliness you feel, the emptiness, the hopelessness. Let it all out as God’s comfort wraps around you.
  • Pray to let go. Sometimes people hold onto their grief, fearing that in letting go, they will lose the connection to their loved one who died. Ask God for the courage to let go of all that holds you back from healing. You will still have your memories to keep your loved one in your heart.
  • Pray to begin again. People who are grieving may be afraid to return to work, enjoy the activities they used to enjoy, or begin new relationships. They may be wary of returning to “normal” because they see “normal” as somehow disloyal to the loved one who died. When you pray, ask God to give you the strength and courage to begin your life again, free of guilt. Your loved one would want you to be happy, and God does, too.
  • Pray for guidance. The death of a loved one leaves more than an empty space in your heart. You may be overwhelmed with choices and decisions to make. Ask God to guide you as you make the decisions that will build your new life.
  • Pray your gratitude. Grief is hard work, but it’s not all sorrow and pain. When the tide of pain is at an ebb, consider all you have to be thankful for. Thank God for your loved one’s presence in your life, for the friends and family who have sustained you since your loved one’s death, for the warm sunshine that greeted you when you awoke this morning. Gratitude and hope go hand-in-hand.

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65 Comforting Messages And Powerful Healing Prayers

Prayer of Comfort In A Time Of Loss

Life comes with myriad of challenges some of which could be daunting. Prayer is a powerful weapon that can help overcome any challenge. Whether it’s for you, a friend or relation, these powerful prayers for healing and comfort are tools to help overcome sicknesses and difficult situations.

Are you or someone you know sick? Say these prayers today to experience healing.

  1. Oh Lord my God, you are a good God and your desire is that your children be in good health. I ask that your healing hand locate (insert name) on the sick bed and heal him/her of every ailment. May he/she experience wellness in every part of his/her body in Jesus’ name. Amen
  1. I pray that the blood of Jesus flow through every part of your body and wash every sickness away in Jesus’ name.
  1. May the hand of the Almighty rest upon you and give you succour. May He deliver you from every ailment and disease in Jesus’ name.
  1. I pray the healing power of the Lord work through every part of your body giving you comfort and healing where needed in Jesus’ name.
  1. No matter the efforts of the enemy, this sickness will not lead to death . The Lord himself will arise and fight your battles. Amen.
  1. Every manipulation of the devil against your health shall cease today. You shall not die but live to praise the Lord.
  1. I pray every arrow of sickness fired against you should return to their senders now. I command healing upon your body, soul and spirit in Jesus’ name. Amen.
  1. May the healing virtue of the Almighty locate you. May you experience peace a river in every part of your body in Jesus’ name.
  1. I speak healing into your mind and body. May God’s miracle locate your body and leave you in good health in Jesus’ name.
  1. I speak calm into your mind. I speak peace into your body. I pray every pain disappears. May you enjoy health henceforth never before in Jesus’ name.
  1. Lord I pray on behalf of your child who is lying sick in the hospital, please visit him and take every sickness away that your name may be exalted. Amen.
  1. Dear Lord, grant good health to (insert name) that we may testify and glorify your holy name. Amen.
  1. I pray the Lord grant you quick and sweet relief from all your pains. May He renew your strength and grant you speedy recovery in Jesus’ name. Amen.
  1. I pray the Lord grant you deliverance over every spirit of sickness. May He heal you of every disease in your body and soul in Jesus’ name.
  1. May the Lord touch every of your organs, your system, your body fluids and grant you perfect healing. May we have cause to testify over you in Jesus’ name.
  1. I silence every machinations of the devil against you and I command perfect deliverance and healing upon you in Jesus’ name.
  1. Dear Lord, I thank you because you hear every time I call. I call on you now on behalf of (insert name). I ask that you save him from his torment and heal him of every ailment. I pray this in Jesus’ name. Amen.
  1. Your word says by your stripes we were healed. I believe your word Lord and that’s why I stand on its authority and command good health upon the life of your child in Jesus’ name.

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  1. Dear Lord, I pray thee, please send your word and heal (insert name) of every of his/her diseases that your name may be gloried in Jesus’ name.
  1. May the Lord watch over you to keep you safe. May He deliver you from this ailment. Amen.
  1. May the Lord breathe upon you the breath of life. May you enjoy newness of life in every part of your being in Jesus’ name. Amen.
  1. Your life shall be a living testimony because the Lord will rescue you from every of your afflictions in Jesus’ name.
  1. May the Lord heal you and free you from the torment of the enemy. May you experience divine health all round in Jesus’ name. Amen.
  1. Answer oh Lord my prayer concerning your child. Please heal and make him whole again.
  1. Father deliver your child from the hands of satan. Heal him and make him whole again.
  1. I command health into your bones. Receive divine healing in Christ’s name. Amen.
  1. May the devil be put to shame over your life as your health is restored in Jesus’ name.
  1. May you enjoy the kind of peace that can only come from God. May every plans of satan concerning your health be put to shame. I declare, you are healed in Jesus’ name.

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Prayers for Comfort in Loss

These prayers are suitable to be sent as messages or S.M.S to comfort someone who is bereaved or has experienced a loss.

  1. May the Lord comfort you and grant you the enablement to bear the loss. It shall be well with you in Jesus’ name.
  1. Weeping may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning, you will experience joy again in Jesus’ name. The hand of the Lord will see you through this difficult time in Jesus’ name.
  1. The Lord will see you through this period of sorrow. ” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>He will arise for your comfort in Jesus’ name.
  1. May the Lord comfort you in this period of loss and raise help for you from every corner in Jesus’ name.
  1. Don’t let the devil steal your joy. For everything he has stolen from you, the Lord will give you double in Jesus’ name.

Prayers to See

  1. The Lord gives, the Lord takes. Blessed be the name of the Lord. May He comfort you and do for for you what no man can do in Jesus’ name.
  1. May the Lord stand by you at this difficult time of your life. May He be your father. May He be your everything.
  1. Beyond what a man can do for you, the Lord will do. He will carry you in His arms and see you through this difficult time. Amen.
  1. May the Lord wrap His blanket of comfort around you. May He send help your way always in Jesus’ name.
  1. You will not know shame in Jesus’ name. Before you call, the Lord will help you and be for you many fathers.

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Prayer of Comfort in Difficult Times

Pray these prayers to experience comfort in hard times.  The lord will hear and grant succour. Amen.

  1. May the Lord be your refuge. May He see you through this difficult period in Jesus’ name.
  1. The Lord who is our ever present help in time of need will help you. This period when you need Him most, He will not be far from you.
  1. The Almighty God will deliver you from your present circumstance. He will save you by His grace.
  1. May the Lord surround you and comfort you on all sides. May He rebuke the devourer over your life and destiny and make your ways prosperous.
  1. May the God of comfort, who knows and understands what you’re passing through comfort you and help you.
  1. In pain and sorrow, the Lord is there with you. May He comfort you and stand by you.
  1. May the Lord deliver you from the difficult situation you’re in right now. May He who know your struggles and see your pain, comfort you.
  1. May the touch of the Lord smoothen every roughness in your journey. May you find succour in His grace.
  1. Though you feel so terrible right now, I pray the Lord will help you and make a way for you where there seems to be no way.
  1. The Lord will lift you up, far above your shame. He will turn your situation around for good in Jesus’ name.
  1. The Lord will change your name from sorrow to joy. He will change your story from fruitless labour to favour.
  1. Many are the afflictions of the righteous but the Lord delivers him from them all. May the Lord deliver you from all your afflictions in Jesus’ name.
  1. He has promised never to leave nor forsake us. May He never leave you nor forsake you in Jesus’ name. may you enjoy His presence and see Him working for your good.

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Prayer Messages for Comfort in Marital Trouble

These prayers are for marriages experiencing turbulence. The Lord hears and He answers prayers. Call on Him and He will give comfort.

  1. I speak the peace of God into your marriage. May your marriage enjoy calmness of God henceforth.
  1. I pray every storm raging against your marriage be silenced in Jesus’ name. May your home begin to enjoy divine peace. Amen.
  1. Let every satanic manipulations against your marriage be destroyed in Jesus’ name. I speak the life of Jesus into your home.
  1. May the Lord heal your home and free you from every form of satanic bondage in Jesus’ name.
  1. May the power of the Almighty reignite the fire of love in your home. May you enjoy peace a river in Jesus’ name.
  1. May the Lord heal you of broken heart. May He reunite your family in Jesus’ name. Amen.
  1. May the Lord show up for you and give you all round peace in Jesus’ name.
  1. May the Lord give you the grace to forgive every wrong done to you. May He heal your hurt and make your home blossom again in Jesus’ Name.
  1. May the light of the Holy Spirit shine into your home and expose every hidden works of darkness. May your home receive the breath of life in Jesus’ name.
  1. Whether the devil s it or not, you will smile again. The Lord will arise for your sake. He will calm every storm and increase your joy. Amen.

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