Praying for grandma

Lord, i trust in you. this is why i come before you and request to restore my grandmother’s health. it is you who gives and take. Lord, nothing is impossible to you, it is human beings that make you far and impossible.

Forgive our sins Lord. Touch my grandmother who is in the hospital bed. send your angels to guide her. heal her lord, as i trust that your the healer among all the doctors in the world. Help the doctors to medicate my grandmother.

Give us the opportunity to live with Grandmother for few years. I know death is the universal truth of mankind. But, all am asking is few years of life in my Grandmother’s life. Grant this opportunity Lord. Forgive all our sins and Hear my prayer. I trust in you Lord.


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Grandma Get Well Soon Messages For Grand Mother/ Get Well Soon Messages For Grandma/ Get Well Soon Wishes For Grandma/ What to write in a Get Well Soon Card to Grandma
Encouraging thoughts and get well soon messages for your grandmother who is ill or recovering from a sickness will bring a breeze of happiness. Take some time to write her a heartfelt get well soon note or a text a message to show that you remember her during this gloomy time. Read on find the perfect get well soon wordings for your Grandmother right here. 

  • You have always been there with me when mom and dad weren’t. Right now, I will stay with you while you recover from your illness. Get well soon grandma.
  • Your smile and the twinkle in your eyes remind me of good times ahead. Rest well so we can travel again soon.
  • Get well soon, grandma. Life still has so much to offer. We are going to enjoy as much as we can.
  • Every minute ticks and you are getting stronger. Soon enough, you will be out of this hospital bed. Praying for your speedy recovery, grandma.
  • Granny, you taught me so much about the beauty of life. I would love to enjoy them all with you. So, get well soon. 
  • This is just a short pause in preparation for more exciting times ahead. Get well soon, granny. In the meantime, enjoy the rest and meals in bed.
  • Prayers for you, grandma. We all await your return to your favorite cottage. May you have a speedy recovery.
  • I heard you got confined and I am so sorry that I couldn’t be with you at this time. You are always in my prayers. Get well soon, grandma.
  • May God’s comfort and peace be with you as you recover from this illness. I am always praying for you, grandma. Get well soon.
  • Grandma, you are always the coolest one in the family. I hope and pray you get well soon. I miss your cooking.
  • Keep calm and smile. You are on your way to recovery. Get well soon, grandma.
  • I wish I could be there to assist you. I pray that you will regain much strength as you recover from this illness. Have faith and God will heal you soon. 
  • We just saw each other last week and I was saddened to hear about your health. I’ll come back as soon as I can. Please rest and get well soon.
  • You have always been a graceful fighter when it comes to you sickness. I continue to pray that you will regain your strength soon.
  • Thoughts of you enjoying good places and good food continue to bring me hope. Get well soon, granny. I know you will recover from this.
  • I have known you as a very strong woman. Get well soon, grandma. In no time, we’ll be enjoying the sights and sounds of the outdoors again.
  • Everyone misses you at home. Get well soon, grandma. We are praying for your speedy recovery.
  • Whenever I see beautiful flowers and places, I think of you, granny. Please get well soon so we can enjoy these scenes together again.
  • Don’t lose hope. God is always by your side. I pray that you will soon overcome this illness and you’ll be up and about in no time.
  • Our home is not as complete without you. Get well soon grandma. We look forward to the day we fetch you from the hospital.

Sydney’s grandma is battling and with God’s help winning her fight against cancer. Cancer is such a big, overwhelming concept, but Sydney knows her grandma has been sick and going to the doctor a lot. She prays for her all the time. She even initiates it.

I got a picture of what Sydney thought was going on with her grandma this weekend. We were leaving right after school to travel three hours up the road to visit grandma. As we were leaving the school Mrs. Kristine asked Sydney where she was going.

“We are going to Ocala to see grandma. We are going to make her soup because she is sick. She ate catfish.”

Sydney Claire Lanier, you “make me got the giggles.”

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