Powerful Prayer for Healing
With just one touch from your Almighty creative hand,
You have healed the sick and raised the dead.
How amazing is your Lordship over all the earth,
How powerful is your redeeming love.
How great was your sacrifice to go before us and bring forgiveness and hope.
By your stripes I ask for healing.
Standing within your reign and rule I ask for restoration.
May life and wellness grow in fullness until it overflows.
(a modern prayer for healing from www.lords-prayer-words.com)
Short prayer for healing of cancer
Lord of all the earth,
You hold the universe in Your hands
You place the stars in the sky
And lay the deep foundations of each planet.
You have created all things large and small with intricate beauty and life.
You have all authority and power to diminish tumour growths, to destroy cancer cells, to restore and heal each amazing part of our human bodies.
Father, we call upon You now to come and heal this cancerous growth, to holt this invasion of the body in the name of the King of Kings and the Lord of Lord, our healer and redeemer Jesus Christ. Amen.
a prayer for healing from www.lords-prayer-words.com
Prayer for healing and comfort
Only you know how hard life has been for me.
Only you have seen each moment of my day and night.
Only you feel my pain and understand my discomfort.
Only you are beside me through my grief and sorrow.
Only you have been within each moment to comfort me.
O Lord, break through the loneliness of my suffering.
You have encountered sorrow and laid a glorious path
Of hope, healing and the promise of heaven in my heart.
(a prayer for healing and comfort from www.lords-prayer-words.com)
Prayer for a Sick Person
O Father of mercies and God of all comfort, our only help in time of need:
We humbly beseech thee to behold, visit, and relieve thy sick servant N.
for whom our prayers are desired.
Look upon him
with the eyes of thy mercy; comfort him
with a sense of thy goodness;
from the temptations of the enemy;
and give him
patience under his
In thy good time, restore him
and enable him
to lead the residue of his
life in thy fear,
and to thy glory;
and grant that finally he
may dwell with thee in life everlasting;
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
(Source: 1979 Book of Common Prayer, Protestant Episcopal Church in the USA)