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Prayers for the Sick

We commend before God those Sick in body and mind, it is a settled fact that Christ through His strife has bore our sickness on Himself, we come before you oh merciful redeemer to present those whose physical health are failing them, we ask that you show forth your mercy and heal them of all affliction and diseases.

We commend before you those lying helpless in various hospitals and clinics, Lord it is our desire and earnest prayers that you sent to them your Angels of healing just as you visited Peters mother in-law we pray thee to visit them in the name of Jesus Christ.

Merciful King, they are those whose sickness are caused by wickedness of men and women, there are those mad on the streets, they are those involved in accidents, they are those suffering from one infection or the other, you alone Almighty know more than we do, we ask this day oh merciful Father, may your mercy prevail over Judgement in the name of Jesus Christ.

Lord of Peace, we bring before you those who are sick in mind especially those passing through depression and addiction of all sort, we ask because we know that you alone have the cure for all our souls diseases, merciful father shine the light of your love on them, turn their hearts and thought towards the Joy which you have set ahead of us in Christ Jesus that through faith and obedience to your word, we all may attain to the joy of your everlasting kingdom through Jesus Christ our Redeemer and advocate. Amen.

Author : ADIE CHIDUBEM

Adie Chidubem Friday is the led Author with The School of the Spirit; a Christian blog with the vision of Reaching the World to Restore the Ancient Landmark in our generation through prayers and undiluted word of God. He is a hymn writer, quotes writer and a poet. He holds a Bachelor of Law degree (LLb. (Hons)) at the university of Abuja and currently a student of the Nigerian Law School. He is from Anambra state Nigeria.

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