Prayer For Fast Healing

Prayer For Fast Healing

Lord, I come before you with a broken heart. I’ve been hurt, and it hurts so much. Please hold me close in your arms as I journey through this difficult time. You know every detail of my life, including the day-to-day struggles and challenges that plague me. You promised that in this world we would have trouble; therefore, there are times when you must allow us to walk through our pain alone or with few resources at hand to help alleviate it. In those moments of weakness, remind me that there is nothing too hard for you because “with God all things are possible” (Mark 10:27). Help me remember that while God doesn’t promise us an easy life—nor does he want one for us—he does promise to be with us throughout our trials (Matthew 28:20). Fill my heart with peace by reminding me that “the Lord is near to all who call upon Him” (Psalm 145:18).

Through the pain, I know you’re there.

Through the pain, I know you’re there.

I don’t understand why this has happened to me. It seems like such a random stroke of bad luck to be struck down by a disease that others around me seem to recover from quickly or not at all. I know it doesn’t make sense for you, but please hear me when I say that I need your help now more than ever before in my life.

I am struggling with depression because of my illness and the uncertainty about what is going on inside my body. Your love is all I have left right now; without it, I wouldn’t know how to go on living each day without feeling hopelessness creeping into every part of my existence until there was nothing left but darkness…

I lay my hurt at your nail-scarred feet.

I lay my hurt at your nail-scarred feet.

I pray to you, the God of all power and might, for healing for me today. I ask that you take away my pain, and heal me completely so that I may live in harmony with you again. Heal me from this illness or injury; please grant me complete healing so that I may be restored back to health in body and mind.

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I know that no one is able to heal me but You alone—no doctor can cure my problem; no medicine or treatment will work on its own accord or by chance. The only thing that will save me is Your grace poured out on us when we call upon Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior! Thank You for being merciful to us sinners who cry out day after day asking for forgiveness; thank You for coming down among us as a man who could suffer our pain so we wouldn’t have too much time left behind while still alive here on Earth!

You said that in this world we would have trouble.

You said that in this world we would have trouble. In the world, we are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; in trouble, but not despairing; persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed (2 Corinthians 4:8-9).

In these verses Paul is describing what it means to live as a Christian in a fallen world. As part of his description he gives us three things that God promises us in times of difficulty:

  • He will be with us (v. 9)
  • He will give us rest when weary (v. 10)
  • He will help us in our time of need (v. 11)

Lord, carry me through these challenging times.

Your prayer journey is not a solitary one. God is with you and He will carry you through these challenging times. He is your healer, comforter, friend and guide. He will not leave you in the dark; he will lead the way for you to heal faster than expected.

Remind me of your goodness and mercy each day.

Remind me of your goodness and mercy each day.

Our lives are filled with so many blessings, but we can easily overlook them—or even take them for granted. God’s goodness and mercy, however, are not to be taken lightly. Throughout the Bible we see examples of His goodness: salvation through Jesus Christ, provision in times of need (think manna from heaven), healing by the power of prayer and divine intervention—these things do not happen just because they could; they happen because there is a sovereign plan in place that will work out how things should be. Through His kindness He has given us new life and strength to do good works in His name (Ephesians 2:1-10).

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And yet this doesn’t mean that suffering is any less real or difficult for those who experience it. In fact, trials may bring us closer to God if we allow ourselves to grow in patience as we wait patiently for Him (James 1:2-8). By allowing ourselves time with Him during difficult times like these—by talking with Him about what’s going on inside our hearts—we move closer toward healing both physically and spiritually.

Give me patience and endurance to manage the pain and waiting.

Patience is a virtue of the heart that enables us to bear pain or suffering, remain calm and not get upset when things take longer than we want them to. It is also the ability to wait without getting anxious or upset. Patience is not simply holding back from doing something; it may mean going ahead with what you plan while expecting delays and disappointments along the way. We are patient when we calmly accept being separated from those dear to us or accepting discomforts that cannot be avoided.

Patient people have learned patience by practicing it many times in their lives. They know how easy it is for others to lose their tempers, so they try hard not to do this themselves because they know how bad this makes them feel afterward! When someone with great patience loses their temper, they feel very guilty afterwards because they know they have hurt someone else’s feelings unnecessarily due to lack of self control over an emotion (anger).

Help me find what brings You joy in this difficult season.

As you continue your journey with chronic pain, I pray that you will find joy and purpose through the process of healing. God is with you, and He will help you to see the beauty in your life even as it changes or ends.

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I encourage you to spend time in prayer each day, focusing on this: What brings me joy? What gives my life meaning? How can I serve others through my illness?

God is with you through the pain and grief of illness

God is with you through the pain and grief of illness. The Bible says, “For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places” (Ephesians 6:12). God is with you as you seek to understand why this has happened to you and whether it could have been prevented.

God loves you so much that He wants to heal your body and mind from any damage illness has caused. The Bible tells us that Jesus healed all who were sick: “Whoever believes in me will live, even though they die; whoever lives by believing in me will never die” (John 11:25).

God is with you through the pain and grief of illness, and he has given us a way to heal. The Bible tells us in Psalm 147:3 that God heals the brokenhearted and bandages up all their wounds. As Christians, we know that there is nothing too big or too small for our Lord—healing can happen with just one step of faith! The path may not be easy, but if you believe in Jesus Christ as your Savior (and I hope you do), then there will always be light at the end of this tunnel.