Life isn’t always happiness and joy – there are times when you a prayer for healing and change. Prayer is more than just the words you read off of a page or that utter during a time of need. Establishing a well-balanced relationship with your Lord and Savior means you are taking time and communicating. Prayer is one of the most powerful ways you can establish a meaningful relationship with the Lord.
When you’re experiencing a difficult the one person you know will always be on your side, no matter what, is the Lord. It’s important to feel comfortable with the Him and ask for the comfort you need with a prayer for healing. It’s important to remember that you’re not burdening the Lord with your request – He appreciates your willingness to come before Him and is ready and willing to provide you with guidance. While the path may not be what you anticipated or perhaps the answer is not in plain sight, always remember that He has a plan.
Here are 10 prayers that actually will change your conversation with God. Pray with these powerful healing prayers right now and take not on how your life is impacted.
“What I have learned from the year past is something about miracles miracles of healing and answered prayer and unexpected happy endings. Each came quietly and simply, on tiptoe, so that I hardly knew it had occurred. All this makes me realize that miracles are everyday things. Not only the sudden, great good fortune, wafting in on a new wind from the sky. They are almost routine, yet miracles just the same. Every time something hard becomes easier; every time you adjust to a situation which, last week, you didnt know existed; every time a kindness falls as softly as the dew; or someone you love who was ill grows better; every time a blessing comes, not with trumpet and fanfare, but silently as night, you have witnessed a miracle.”
— Faith Baldwin —
“What I have learned from the year past is something about miracles
miracles of healing and answered prayer and unexpected happy endings. Each came quietly and simply, on tiptoe, so that I hardly knew it had occurred.
All this makes me realize that miracles are everyday things. Not only the sudden, great good fortune, wafting in on a new wind from the sky. They are almost routine, yet miracles just the same.
Every time something hard becomes easier; every time you adjust to a situation which, last week, you didn’t know existed; every time a kindness falls as softly as the dew; or someone you love who was ill grows better; every time a blessing comes, not with trumpet and fanfare, but silently as night, you have witnessed a miracle.”
— Faith Baldwin
“Next time you pray any kind of prayer, whether it be for the resolution of healing, or for a house, or for a car, or for a husband, or for a family conflict, or for a solution to a problem, tell Him he can say yes or no. Because in the end, you’re a winner. Every time.”
— Eugenio Isabelo Tomas Reyes Sanchez Jr.
“In some quiet way, the expression and feelings of gratitude have a wonderful cleansing or healing nature. Gratitude brings warmth to the giver and the receiver alike. Gratitude expressed to our Heavenly Father in prayer for what we have brings a calming peace-a peace which allows us to not canker our souls for what we don’t have.”
— Robert D. Hales
“You are already part of a family,” Desari reminded him,her body brushing his, her arms circling his waist from behind. She had materialized out of nowhere,her presence filling the healing chamber.
She was there.Completing him. His air. His heart.The part of his soul that really lived and loved and mattered. Without conscious thought he sent up a quick prayer of thanks that he had been granted such a priceless treasure when he felt so undeserving of her.
Julian loved the way she smelled. He inhaled, and her scent washed over him, clean and sexy. “This mess? With all these males?” Julian allowed a low, rumbling growl to escape. “This is no family. This is a man’s nightmare.”
Desari deliberately moved against him, her body soft and pliant with invitation. “Is that what you think?”
“What I think is”-Julian circled her slender throat with his large hand in mock threat- “you are deliberately tempting me when I have important, pressing business to atttend to.”
— Christine Feehan
“When we say to people, ‘I will pray for you,’ we make a very important commitment. The sad thing is that this remark often remains nothing but a well-meant expression of concern. But when we learn to descend with our mind into our heart, then all those who have become part of our lives are led into the healing presence of God and touched by him in the center of our being. We are speaking here about a mystery for which words are inadequate. It is the mystery that the heart, which is the center of our being, is transformed by God into his own heart, a heart large enough to embrace the entire universe. Through prayer we can carry in our heart all human pain and sorrow, all conflicts and agonies, all torture and war, all hunger, loneliness, and misery, not because of some great psychological or emotional capacity, but because God’s heart has become one with ours.”
— Henri J.M. Nouwen
“The word treatment is usually applied to a prayer that is made for some specific purpose, as distinct from a general prayer, which is really a visit with God. You must remember that a treatment is a definite practical action, having a definite object and a definite beginning and end. It is in fact a surgical operation on the soul. Let us suppose that you decide to heal a certain difficulty by prayer. You know that your difficulty must be caused by some negative thought charged with fear and located in the subconscious mind. You therefore turn to God, and remind yourself of His goodness, His limitless power, and His care for you. As you work the fear will begin to dissolve, and the awareness of the Truth corrects the erroneous beliefs themselves. Thank God for the healing that you believe will come-and then you keep your thought off the matter until you feel led, after an interval, to treat again. He sent his word, and healed them … (Psalm 107:20).”
— Emmet Fox
“My personal attitude is this: I will stand for revival, unity and prayer; I will labor to restore healing and reconciliation between God’s people. Yet, if all God truly wanted was to raise up one fully yielded son
a son who would refuse to be offended, refuse to react, refuse to harbor unforgiveness regardless of those who slander and persecute
I have determined to be that person. My primary goal in all things is not revival, but to bring pleasure to Christ.”
— Francis Frangipane
“True healing must come first at the Soul level … prayer aligns our souls with God … By aligning ourselves with God – this highest possible state of unconditional love, joy, and wholeness – we can overcome anything, be healed of all afflictions.”
— Rosemary Ellen Guiley
“Healing is not always obtained by saying a prayer. It is obtained by obeying God”
— John G. Lake
“My prayer is that people will not being ashamed to know that confession is not the end of the world and it actually brings healing.”
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