Meggie Gultiano

A Prayer For Healing

Heavenly Father,

I call on you right now in a special way
It is through your power that i was created
Every breath I take, every morning i wake
And every moment of every hour
I live under your power

Father, i ask you now
To touch me with that same power
For if you created me from nothing
You can certainly recreate me

Fill me with the healing power of your spirit
Cast out anything that should not be in me
Mend what is broken
Root out any unproductive cells

Open any blocked arteries or veins
And rebuild any damaged areas
Remove all inflammation
And cleanse any infection

Let the warmth of your healing love
Pass through my body
To make new any unhealthy areas
So that my body will function
The way you created it to function

And father, restore me to full health
In mind and body
So that i may serve you
The rest of my life
I ask this through Christ our Lord

A prayer shared to me by a nun.

God bless you

Submitted: Sunday, December 21, 2008

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