A Prayer for Cancer

For nothing is impossible with God. The work that Jesus Christ did on the cross makes the first statement mean so much more. I was dead in my sins and because of his love and sacrifice on the cross now I am alive in him. A co-heir  in all that he has just because he loves me and Jesus has gone to prepare a place that my eyes and ears could not comprehend in my wild dreams, a place just for me. This is the hope I cling to during dark days on this side of heaven.

Many of my friends and relatives have been diagnosed with cancer. My dad is fighting lung cancer, My husband’s best friend is fighting pancreatic cancer he has a young family and his son needs him so badly, a young 20-year-old we know is fighting leukemia, my aunt is fighting advanced breast cancer, two friends at church are battling breast cancer and cervical cancer. And still that statement keeps rolling around my head nothing is impossible with God. As long as we  pray we have the father’s ear and no situation is hopeless because he works all things for good for those that love him and are called according to his purpose.

A Prayer for Cancer

Can you ask the father to pray for my loved ones as I don’t always know what to pray

Answer their  questions and comfort them with Your mercy and Your love

No one can love them more than You because You are their Creator, Abba their Father

Can you  make them all saved childen of Christ so no matter what happens they will spend

Eeternity with You . Where this disease has no power to hurt, destroy or cause pain

Remember nothing is impossible with God and that is why I cry out to You for them

 

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About mechristandchronicdisease

Poet, dreamer, writer who lives on ten acre farm shared with Husband and soulmate along with numerous furry four footed creatures. Passionate about Jesus Christ and the way he can transform a life.
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