Prayers for the family of one of my students. The mother of my middle school aged student experienced a stroke last December, was in a coma and now does not remember her daughter. Prayers for continued healing for the mother and for patience, strength and understanding for her children and family.
First, prayers for our daughter who is experiencing spiritual warfare which is keeping her from adoration and jeopardizing her pastoral internship. Prayers for successful sessions with her priest for exercising the demons from her for good.
We pray that you will bless the lives of those who are organ donors – without them, there is no hope and there is no transplant. May they be blessed for their compassion to restore life for those who are critically ill.
A Prayer for a Sick FriendThink, O God, of our friend who is ill, whom we now commend to Your compassionate regard. Comfort her upon her sickbed, and ease her suffering. We beg for deliverance, and submit that no healing is too hard for the Lord, if it be His will. We therefore pray that You bless our friend with Your loving care, renew her strength, and heal what ails her in Your loving name.
Thank You, Lord.
Think, O' God, of our friend who is ill, whom we now commend to Your compassionate regard, that no healing is too hard if it be Your will. We therefore pray that You bless our friend with Your loving care, renew her strength, and heal what ails her in Your loving name.
Nancy R. - Healing for 2nd cousin Mark who was in a motorcycle accidentKathleen W. - Health
Micki C. - Brother-in-law's brain surgery
Glenda L. - Our country, for unity and peace
Hwacha T. - Health, a greater faith
Christine K. - Health for herself and her father who is dying
Ron R. - For friend with cancer, for surgery on knee
Mrs. G. - Prayers for family, children and grandchildren
F. Family - for a family member who is ill, for family members who are considering separating
Brian - for the whole world, for deliverance from the pandemic, for the economy and those impacted by the economic effects of the pandemic
Lord, help me to understand that you are enough, because you are everything I need and more. Remind me that when I feel hopeless, you have hope in me and for me. Remind me that when I don’t have the words to cry out to you, your son Jesus is praying for me, and your Spirit intercedes for me with groanings too deep for words. Let this remind me that I am seen, heard and deeply loved.
I often feel out of place in this world. I don’t fit in and I’m not sure I want to. Remind me that this world is not my home and while, as your child, I will never fit in here, my time here isn’t over. Not yet. Please, give me the desire to live.
Durriyah's mother is dying. Durriyah is 13 and is trying to be brave for her father and nieces/nephews.
I commend you, my dear brother/sister, to almighty God, and entrust you to your Creator. May you return to Him who formed you from the dust of the earth. May holy Mary, the angels, and all the saints come to meet you as you go forth from this life.
For Emily's grandma, a truly wonderful soul, who is also gravely ill with COVID. For a miracle for her, for a holy death and consolation for her family if it is not God's will that her life on this earth continue.
For Gerry, who is gravely ill with COVID and does not know the Lord. Jesus, let him come to know You before he dies. Grant him a holy death.
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