Prayer For Fast Recovery And Healing
I thank you for my life, and I know that you are the healer, the good shepherd and the comforter. I come before you this day to pray for myself, my child or whoever I am praying for. Lord, may your healing grace be upon (name). May your will be done in their life and may they have a speedy recovery from whatever condition that has been plaguing them. Amen
I thank you for my life
Thank God for your life. You have been blessed by God, and you should be grateful for that. The things you are grateful for can be anything, from the people in your life to the beautiful scenery or even food on your table. Take a moment to reflect on what you are thankful for today.
I know that you are the healer, the good shepherd and the comforter. I come before you this day to pray for myself, my child or whoever I am praying for.
God is the healer. He is the good shepherd who knows his sheep and calls each one by name. He is our comforter, who will never leave us or forsake us. We come before you this day to pray for ourselves, our child or whoever we are praying for in order to receive your healing power through Jesus Christ’s name; Amen!
Lord I ask that you heal that person in the name of Jesus.
Prayer is a form of communication with God. It is the most effective way to communicate with God, because it involves talking and listening at the same time. Prayer can be used to express gratitude and thanksgiving, ask for help and give thanks for the good things in life. When you pray you are giving your emotions to God; He will accept them as long as they are sincere and come from your heart. Prayer also helps when asking for forgiveness from others or from yourself.
May your healing grace be upon the person I care so much about.
I pray that your healing grace will be upon the person I care so much about. May you bless them with strength, courage and faith in their recovery process. May they know that you are by their side as they heal from whatever is ailing them physically or emotionally.
May your peace be upon this friend of mine as they go through what may seem like an endless maze of tests and appointments to find out what’s wrong with them and how it can be fixed. Because when my friends need comfort, I want to be there for them—even if distance makes it hard for me at times—and now that I’m asking others to pray along with me while I do so, I hope that all involved can feel close enough together during this difficult time.
Lord, I thank you for hearing my prayer and know that your will is done in the life of (name).
Dear Lord, I thank you for hearing my prayer and know that your will is done in the life of (name).
I ask for your healing touch to be upon (name) so that they may feel the light of your love, peace and joy. Let them experience the fullness of life through your healing power. Lord, please use whatever means necessary to bring about a speedy recovery for (them). In Jesus’ name I pray. Amen.”
Amen is a word of affirmation that means “so be it,” or “truly.” It is used as the response to a prayer. In biblical times, it was said at the end of prayers. The word amen comes from a Hebrew term meaning “to be firm” or “to be faithful.” In the New Testament, amen appears frequently at the conclusion of prayers (1 Corinthians 14:16; Revelation 22:20). This emphasizes what has been said before as being worthy of agreement and approval by God and others in order for your prayers to have full effect on you physically, mentally and spiritually
May you be healed in Jesus’ name.