Encouraging Prayers For Someone With Cancer

Whether you are a family member, friend, or coworker of someone with cancer, you may be struggling to find the right words to provide appropriate support. In times of trouble and distress, words can seem unimportant as people face life-threatening illnesses—but they aren’t unimportant at all! What you say to your loved one matters. Here are some prayers that are appropriate to share with someone who has been diagnosed with cancer:

Encouraging Prayers For Someone With Cancer

1. Dear God, I feel so weak at the moment, and really don’t think that I have the strength to cope. Please let me know who you are and remind me of your love for me. Amen.

Dear God, I feel so weak at the moment, and really don’t think that I have the strength to cope. Please let me know who you are and remind me of your love for me. Amen.

In this prayer, you can use your own words to express how you feel about your life being turned upside down by cancer treatments. You might also talk about what you need from God at this time—strength? assurance? comfort? encouragement? prayer support from others who are praying for someone with cancer?

2. Lord Jesus, please heal the pain that ___________________________ is feeling. Please take away all of the anxiety and fear that they are filled with at the moment. Help them to feel your peace and comfort in their soul at this difficult time. Amen.

  • “Lord Jesus, please heal the pain that ___________________________ is feeling. Please take away all of the anxiety and fear that they are filled with at the moment. Help them to feel your peace and comfort in their soul at this difficult time. Amen.”
  • “Dear Lord, we ask for your mercy on _____________________ during this difficult time.”
  • “I pray that you would give me strength today as I watch my friend go through treatment.”

3. Dear God, I pray that your healing hand will rest upon ______________________ as they undergo treatment, and I pray that you will be with them as they go through this tough time in their life. Amen.

A prayer is a way to ask God for help and guidance in a difficult situation. Prayers are also a way to thank God for the good things that happen in our lives. It’s important to remember that prayers should be made from the heart, so don’t worry if you’re not an eloquent speaker or writer. The most important thing is your sincerity and willingness to give thanks or seek help when you need it most!

If there’s someone who needs prayers right now, consider praying with them by saying something like: “Dear God, I pray that your healing hand will rest upon _________ as they undergo treatment, and I pray that you will be with them as they go through this tough time in their life.”

4. Lord Jesus Christ, we ask you to lay your healing hands on __________________________ …and we ask that you would help to bring peace to their mind and body at this difficult time…Thank you Lord for hearing our prayer… Amen.

Lord Jesus Christ, we ask you to lay your healing hands on __________________________…and we ask that you would help to bring peace to their mind and body at this difficult time…Thank you Lord for hearing our prayer… Amen.

Jesus heals the sick. He healed a man who had been paralyzed for 38 years (Luke 5:17-26). He healed another man who had a withered hand (John 5:1-9). Jesus can heal both the body and the mind. The Bible says that he has sent his Holy Spirit so that he can make us “whole” (2 Corinthians 13:11).

The Greek word translated as “whole” in 2 Corinthians 13:11 means “sound in all parts, complete, perfect.” We may feel broken or wounded but if we let God into our lives then he will make us perfect again! God wants us to live without fear or worry or stress because these feelings only come from Satan himself who wants us away from God forever!

5. Heavenly Father please protect _______________________ from all danger and harm… Please give them the courage to overcome this illness… Give them faith to trust in your loving care… This we ask through Christ our Lord –Amen.

Heavenly Father, we come to you in prayer for _______________________, who is suffering from cancer. Please protect them from all danger and harm. Give them the courage to overcome this illness. Please give them faith to trust in your loving care as they go through this difficult time. This we ask through Christ our Lord – Amen

6. Lord Jesus Christ, we ask for your miracle-working power this week for _________________________ as they have treatment… We pray that you will keep them safe from harm.. And this we ask in name of Jesus – Amen –

As you pray for the person with cancer, try to focus on what they are going through. Remember that God is the one who can help them and strengthen them. He is their strength, so you should be asking him to strengthen them during this time of trial. Take some time to read over your prayers before you say them out loud to make sure they sound good and that they will encourage the person with cancer.

You can also ask other members of your church or community if they want to join together in prayer for this person with cancer. If there are enough people who want to pray for this person then you could have an entire meeting at church where everyone prays together as a group (this would obviously need permission from whoever leads at your church). Or maybe just ask some close friends if they’d like to get together at someone’s house every day after dinner (or whatever meal works best) and pray for this person over dinner! The point is: however much energy/time/money people put into praying will only be multiplied by God when he heals _____ from cancer!!

7. These prayers are a way to give support to someone going through cancer treatments

Prayers are a way to give support to someone going through cancer treatments. They can help give you strength and peace, remind you that you are not alone, and give hope and courage in difficult times.

We pray that your health will improve quickly, that your mind will be at rest as well as your body, that friends and relatives will gather around you and assist in every way possible.

Closing

These prayers can be modified for any situation and can be used during or after the diagnosis. The idea is to make sure that you are praying from the heart, and the person receiving the prayer knows that you love them and are thinking about them.

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