Thanksgiving Prayer For Cancer Survivor

Thanksgiving Prayer For Cancer Survivor

Let me tell you about my patient, a woman named Ann. I had the privilege of caring for her during her treatment for breast cancer. She was in her mid-fifties and had never experienced anything like this before. Life had been good to her until she was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer that had spread to other parts of her body. She began chemotherapy treatments as well as radiation therapy, which took its toll on Ann’s body and made it difficult for her to perform simple tasks such as getting dressed or preparing meals for herself and her family. During one of our sessions together, Ann shared with me how grateful she felt for having survived this ordeal—and how thankful she was for each person who had touched her life along the way: friends who prayed with them through their darkest days; family members who were always there when they needed them most; coworkers who went out of their way to help out whenever possible; even strangers on airplanes or people at restaurants who seemed compelled by some unseen force not only identify themselves as former breast cancer patients themselves but offer words of encouragement along with advice from their own experience.”

Dear Lord,

We thank you for the love and support we have received from our friends and family during this difficult time. We are grateful for the joy that being with those we love brings us, even in the midst of pain and illness. Please protect us from depression as we go through treatment, so that we may keep our minds focused on what is good and beautiful in life. We pray for healing of all body parts affected by cancer: brain, liver, lungs, stomach—especially those organs which have been damaged by chemotherapy or radiation. Help us to accept whatever comes with grace and peace; remind us always that every trial is an opportunity to grow closer to You. Amen

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Forgive us for all the times we take our health for granted or fail to thank you for the many blessings you give us every day.

We pray you will forgive us for being so self-centered and taking our health for granted. We often forget to thank you for the many blessings you give us every day. You have given us the gift of life, and we often take this gift for granted.

We pray that you will help us remember that each day is a gift from God to be cherished and lived fully. Lord, we are grateful for your love, mercy and grace which sustained us through treatment and allowed us to live another day with our loved ones here on earth.

For Your gift of cancer survivor in my family,

Cancer is a terrible disease that affects so many of us and our families. We thank You for the blessing of surviving this life-threatening illness, whether it was ourselves or someone we love who has been diagnosed with cancer.

The strength that comes from surviving cancer can be used to help others who are suffering through their own battle with the disease.

Let us remember how fortunate we are to have survived this horrible illness and use our new-found appreciation for life to help those fighting battles they may lose far too soon without support from loved ones around them

Today, I am thankful for the cancer survivor who went before me.

Today, I am thankful for the cancer survivor who went before me.

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I am grateful for their example: they showed me how to face adversity and triumph over it with grace and good humor.

They showed me that strength can be found in many forms—from physical power to emotional resilience.

That hope is a powerful force that can lift us up when we’re at our lowest point—and that hope is often borne of courage, even in the face of overwhelming odds or seemingly impossible situations.

I am thankful for each person who has touched my life along the way.

I am thankful for each person who has touched my life along the way.

I thank God for family, friends and doctors who have helped me through treatment. I also give thanks for nurses who have cared for me during recovery and those friends who continue to support me in my health journey today.

I am thankful that I discovered my passion during treatment.

If you are a cancer survivor, I encourage you to pursue your passion. If you have been unable to find time for what is important to you, now is your chance. You will have time and energy to do things that bring meaning into your life.

You can develop new skills and interests, like learning how to knit or play the guitar, or taking up a new sport or hobby like golf or horseback riding. You might get involved in a church or community organization serving others; become an avid reader and subscribe to magazines; take up photography as a hobby; learn how to cook fancier meals than those that came out of a box; take classes at the local college on creative writing, art history and philosophy—the possibilities are endless!

Now would also be an excellent time for each of us …

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I am thankful for the time I get to spend with my family and friends.

Family and friends can be the biggest support system you have. When you’re going through a tough time, it’s important to surround yourself with the people who care about you most. Spending time with family and friends is probably one of the best ways to feel better about yourself when you’re going through a difficult time.

Remembering to be grateful for all the people who have helped you along the way can help you feel stronger and more motivated in your journey.

As you move forward, it’s important to take the time to remember all of the people who have helped you throughout your journey. You can’t do this alone. Remembering those who have been there for you can help make your journey feel more manageable, and remembering those who helped will remind you that we are not alone in our fight against cancer. This Thanksgiving season, we encourage you to think about all of these things as well as the ways in which they inspire us every day.

Remembering what we’re grateful for during this holiday season will motivate and strengthen us as we move forward into 2019 with renewed energy and purpose!


Gratitude is one of the most important emotions that we can develop. It can help us not only feel better, but also make better decisions in life and create a happier outlook on the world. If you have been affected by cancer or know someone who has, this Thanksgiving Prayer for Cancer Survivor may help you reflect on what you’re thankful for during this holiday season and beyond!