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.
Since our yesterdays are gone and our tomorrows are never promised, TODAY I want to thank all my amazing friends and family for being in my life.
Prayer For The Sick Father God, we pray for all those who are facing sickness in their bodies. We ask that you would restore their health, soothe their pain, and ease their worry. Given them your peace and comfort as they wait. In Jesus’ name, Amen!
A prayer for healing for sick family and frieds:Lord Jesus, thank you that you love us. I know that you hate what their illness is doing to my loved one. I ask, In the name of Jesus, that you would heal this disease, that you would have compassion and bring healing from all sickness. Help me trust In you. In Jesus Name, Amen!
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“We may not make sure that the Lord will at once remove all disease from those we love, but we may know that believing prayer for the sick is far more likely to be followed by restoration than anything else in the world; and where this avails not, we must meekly bow to His will by whom life and death are determined. The tender heart of Jesus waits to hear our griefs, let us pour them into His patient ear.”
— Charles Haddon Spurgeon —
“On the hill opposite, Joachim tolled the midday bell, announcing lunch to the workers in the fields. Klaus listened a moment, then said, “I thought it would be a bleaker scene.”
Dietrich turned to him, “What would be?”
“This day. I thought it would be marked by terrible signs – lowering clouds, ominous winds, a crack of thunder. Twilight. Yet, it is so ordinary a morning that I grow frightened.”
“Only now frightened.”
“Ja. Portents would mean a Divine Mover, however mysterious His moves; and the wrath of an angry God may be turned away by prayer and penance. But it simply happened. Everard grew sick and fell down. There were no signs; so it may be a natural thing, as you have always said. And against nature, we have no recourse.”
— Michael Flynn
“Now he was gone.
She said a silent prayer. Sent it up to heaven.
Sam, if you can hear me, I hope you’ve got nice food where you are. Some vegetables like these. They’re meant to be good for you. So eat them all up, like I’m doing. When I die I’ll come and see you, and we’ll be together again. But for now I’m going to think of you safe and happy and playing knights with a friend.
Love from Ella. Your sister.
P.S. I got a good long turn with Godzilla today after we got here. Godzilla is very happy.
P.P.S. I forgot, you never met Godzilla. He is a puppy and is very cute. He belonged to a boy called Joel who got killed by monkeys. I think the monkeys were sick. Monkeys are usually nice. At least in stories.
P.P.P.S. Maybe you’ll meet Joel where you are. Say hello. He is nice.
P.P.P.P.S. Good night, Sam. The others call you Small Sam. To me you’re just Sam-my brother.
I miss you. I wish I was with you.”
— Charlie Higson
“If our cultural lives are sick, it is likely to be an impediment to our spiritual lives. Much popular culture promotes a spirit of restlessness. That is likely to be an obstacle to prayer, to concerned reflection, and to attentiveness to the needs of others. Popular culture also has an extremely limited range of sensibilities. I have never heard a work of popular music that has the depth of poignancy of the opening bars of Brahms’s ‘German Requiem,’ for example, with its text, ‘Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted.’ I learn something about mourning when I hear Brahms; I know of no similar lessons in popular music.”
— Kenneth A. Myers
“As an illustration of her empathy, an English volunteer once said of her: “Whoever she’s talking to, that person becomes the most important person.” For Mother Teresa, love is only of use if it is seen in action. Her famous words are: “Do ordinary things with extraordinary love: little things like caring for the sick and the homeless, the lonely and the unwanted, washing and cleaning for them.” And, “You must give what will cost you something.” Her creed-call it her Shema-is simple: The fruit of silence is prayer. The fruit of prayer is faith. The fruit of faith is love. The fruit of love is service. The fruit of service is peace.”
— Scot McKnight
“An amusing, if rather pathetic, case study in miracles is the Great Prayer Experiment: does praying for patients help them recover? Prayers are commonly offered for sick people, both privately and in formal places of worship. Darwin’s cousin Francis Galton was the first to analyse scientifically whether praying for people is efficacious. He noted that every Sunday, in churches throughout Britain, entire congregations prayed publicly for the health of the royal family. Shouldn’t they, therefore, be unusually fit, compared with the rest of us, who are prayed for only by our nearest and dearest?* Galton looked into it, and found no statistical difference.”
— Richard Dawkins
“My grandmother took me to church on Sunday all day long, every Sunday into the night. Then Monday evening was the missionary meeting. Tuesday evening was usher board meeting. Wednesday evening was prayer meeting. Thursday evening was visit the sick. Friday evening was choir practice. I mean, and at all those gatherings, we sang.”
— Maya Angelou
“Prayer is the way you defeat the devil, reach the lost, restore a backslider, strengthen the saints, send missionaries out, cure the sick, accomplish the impossible, and know the will of God.”
— David Jeremiah
“Will you not this day make it your prayer? Lord, help me to glorify Thee; I am poor, help me to glorify Thee by contentment; I am sick, help me to give Thee honour by patience; I have talents, help me to extol Thee by spending them for Thee; I have time, Lord, help me to redeem it, that I may serve Thee; I have a heart to feel, Lord, let that heart feel no love but Thine, and glow with no flame but affection for Thee; I have a head to think, Lord, help me to think of Thee and for Thee; Thou hast put me in this world for something, Lord, show me what that is, and help me to work out my life-purpose.”
— Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“The prayer that reforms the sinner and heals the sick is an absolute faith that all things are possible to God …”
— Mary Baker Eddy
“I knew I’d chosen the wrong airline when I noticed the sick bag had the Lord’s Prayer on it.”
— Les Dawson
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Thank you for my life and for my family. This week has been challenging with the sickness that has hit our home. I pray for healing and a quick recovery. Build up our immune systems and remove and virus that tries to linger. I pray for complete healing in Jesus’ name! I also lift up other families who are enduring sickness. Some are encountering colds, while others are a lot more serious. I pray you would comfort the sick and healing them completely. Give them strength and a peace that surpasses understanding. Help us even in our sickness to still be kind and to cling to joy in Jesus’ name AMEN!
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