Prayer For A Family In Crisis

Prayer For A Family In Crisis

I ask that you hear my prayer and bless our family today with all the blessings of your love and grace.

Lord God, I come before you today in need of your healing hand.

There are many benefits to prayer. Prayer can help a person get through difficult times and it is a great way to express your faith in God. When people are suffering or hurting, we must not forget them or leave them out in their time of need.

If you have someone who is sick or injured, pray for them so they can recover quickly. If someone has gone through something traumatic or tragic lately, pray for the Lord to give them strength and comfort during this difficult time. You can even pray for yourself if you feel like things aren’t going well right now!

In you all things are possible. Hold my family in your loving hands.

God is omnipotent. God is all-powerful. God is omniscient, all-knowing, and lives in a state of perfect love. God knows everything about you and your family, including your names and ages; he knows the secrets of your hearts; he loves you more than anyone else could possibly love you; he cares for each of us like a father or mother would care for their child (2 Corinthians 12:15). And because of this, no matter what kind of pain or trouble has come into your life or into the life of someone who belongs to you—whether it be physical illness or some other kind—God can help you get through it with grace and mercy.

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Touch their minds, bodies and spirits with your healing power.

The healing power of God is at work in your life. He has plans for you, plans to prosper you and give you hope. You are not a victim or a statistic; Jesus died on the cross so that you could live forever with Him.

HAVE FAITH IN THE HEALING POWER OF PRAYER

You may have been taught that prayer is merely talking to God, but this is only part of what it means to pray – it’s also listening. Prayer can be defined as: “talking with God or listening deeply.” When we ask the Lord on behalf of someone else (James 5:16), we must believe that His desire is for their healing and restoration before we see any results in our own lives. Sometimes when people are going through difficult times, all they need is an ear who will listen without judging them or offering solutions to their problems. If this describes how your loved ones feel during this time I encourage you not only pray but also listen very carefully!

Breathe your mercy into their wounds and breathe your love into their souls. May their spirits be healed so that they can walk down new paths of life and hope.

God is a God of mercy, and he wants to bless you. He wants to heal your wounds and restore your soul.

God is a loving God who can bring us peace in the midst of chaos. Pray that he will give you strength and courage as you face this crisis head-on, knowing that with him on our side we have nothing to fear.

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The Bible says, “Blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted” (Matthew 5:4). Even though it seems like there is no hope right now, I believe that there will come a day when everything will be okay again—because God promises us hope! In Matthew 21:21 Jesus says “I tell you the truth; unless you change and become like little children you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.”

Help them to know that nothing is impossible with you.

  • Help them to know that nothing is impossible with you.
  • Nothing is too difficult for You, Lord. If it’s within Your power to heal this family, then do it!

Give them the strength to face the day with confidence in your care and love for them. Walk with them each moment of this day and give them faith to believe in your love for them. Amen

  • Give them the strength to face the day with confidence in your care and love for them.
  • Walk with them each moment of this day and give them faith to believe in your love for them.
  • Amen

And so we pray, believing that your care and love for us is always present. We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ, our Savior. Amen