I am writing to you today with a prayer. My daughter is having surgery tomorrow and I need all the strength I can muster to help her. Please pray for her during this difficult time and know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Amen.
My name is _______ and I blog about prayer for my daughter having surgery. My sweet daughter is scheduled to have a bilateral tonsillectomy/adenoidectomy on Thursday, June 10th at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Although this is not a fun topic to write about, I am so grateful for the opportunity to share my journey with you.
As a Christian mom, I am passionate about praying for my children. When my husband and I learned about our daughter’s tonsillectomy/adenoidectomy scheduled for Thursday, we knew that we needed to step up and start praying for her. We also knew that we wanted to create a space where others could join us in prayer as well. That’s why we started this blog.
We are so grateful for all of the prayers and support that we’ve received thus far. We know that our Heavenly Father will bless our little girl through this surgery and beyond. We would encourage everyone who reads this blog to start praying for their loved ones as well- whether they are going through cancer treatment, a car accident, or anything else!
Thank you all so much for your continued support!
My daughter is having surgery
Dear friends and family,
I am writing to let you know that my daughter is having surgery tomorrow. I want to assure you that she is in good hands with the doctors and nurses and will be fine. We are keeping our fingers crossed for a speedy recovery. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers.
What I’m going to pray for her during surgery
I’m going to pray that my daughter has a smooth surgery and that she recovers quickly. I’m also going to ask for God’s protection over her during and after the surgery.
What I’m going to do if she has complications after surgery
If your daughter has surgery and has complications, please know that there is always hope. I want to share some of the things that I have done in the past when my daughters have had surgery.
The first step is to keep a positive attitude and be hopeful. If we can keep our heads down and just focus on getting through each day with our daughters, it will help us feel better about the situation.
If your daughter experiences any pain or discomfort after surgery, please do not hesitate to ask for medication or for them to be moved to a higher level of care. Also, if there is any change in her appearance (such as swelling), please let us know so we can monitor her closely.
It’s important to remember that even if our daughters have complications after surgery, they are still alive and they are still fighting! Please continue to pray for them and focus on their healing process.
Wishing you all the best during this difficult time!
Prayer for my daughter having surgery
Please be with my daughter as she undergoes surgery. Please give her strength and guidance as she faces this challenge. Thank you for all your blessings on her life and for giving her this opportunity to heal.
In Jesus’ name, amen.
Praying before surgery
When my daughter was prepping for surgery, I searched for information on what to do and who to talk to. I read articles, contacted hospitals, and spoke with other parents who had children go through surgery. This is what I learned:
-Talk to your doctor or surgeon about prayer ahead of time. They are happy to have you join them in prayer and will be more relaxed during the surgery.
-Prayer can be said anywhere at any time- prior to surgery, during surgery, or after surgery. You can pray for healing, guidance, and strength.
-Post a picture of yourself and your child before the surgery on social media with the hashtag #prayformydaughter (or another keyword) so others can join in prayer for you both.
-Keep a positive attitude and know that your child is in good hands.
Praying during surgery
Prayer is one of the oldest forms of healing. It has been used for centuries by people all over the world to help those who are hurting. Prayer can be used in many ways during surgery, including asking for guidance and protection, asking for forgiveness, and requesting healing energy.
There are many different ways to pray during surgery, depending on your personal beliefs and preferences. Some people prefer to pray silently while others may speak aloud to God or a favorite saint. Whichever way you choose, make sure to prayerfully focus on your daughter as she goes through her surgery. Let go of any fear or worry and allow yourself to be fully present in her moment of need.
Throughout her surgery, keep in mind that you are not alone. Thousands of people around the world are praying for your daughter and will continue to do so throughout her recovery. Thank them for their prayers and know that you are constantly with her in spirit.
Prayer after surgery
Dear friends of mine and family,
I am writing this after my daughter had surgery. I have never been so grateful for the support of friends and family. Words cannot express how much we appreciate your thoughts and prayers during this time. Please continue to pray for her healing, and for a speedy return home. Thank you all so much!
Dear God, I know my daughter is about to have surgery and I am scared. Please help her through this difficult time. Keep her safe and keep her soul intact. In Jesus’ name, amen.