I come before you as your child, knowing that You have fashioned me in the womb even before I was conceived.
You know the number of hairs on my head, and You have inscribed my name on the palm of your hand.
Throughout my days, you have seen my comings and goings, been a part of every step I have taken, and a witness to each breath and beat of my heart.
I have felt Your presence, as you have wrapped your arms around me to calm my fears. I acknowledge that you are Jehovah-Rapha, the God who heals, who has ordained a plan and purpose for my existence, a plan for my welfare and not for my calamity.
A plan to give me a future and a hope.
For I know the thoughts that I think toward you,” says Yahweh, “thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11
So today, I come before you with a heavy heart asking for your divine healing. You know the affliction that consumes me and the suffering I am enduring.
You know the pain that I feel and the fear that often overwhelms my mind. I ask for your comfort and peace, as I walk these dark moments.
I pray that you will be true to your word, which says that when I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, you are with me.
Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me. Your rod and your staff, they comfort me. Psalm 23:4
Father, I believe in your power to heal. With humility of heart, I ask you to remember the days of old, when Your touch healed and removed the sickness and disease that afflicted so many.
As the masses came before you, longing for your touch, you felt compassion for them.
The lepers were healed. The lame were made to arise, pick up their pallets and walk. The blind were able to see and the deaf were given their hearing.
One woman who had suffered for years was made new by simply touching the very hem of your garment.
A Canaanite woman even came, begging for the healing of her daughter, knowing that she was not worthy of anything but the scraps from your table, and seeing her faith, you granted her request.
Oh God, what you have done for them, I pray you would do for me.
I ask for this miracle so that I may spend my days learning more of You. I long to live a life that displays Your glory if You desire it to.
You have a destiny that you have ordained for me, a journey that is uniquely mine. If you are using this illness to teach me more about You, as a testimony to Your presence or somehow for Your glory. I submit to your divine purpose.
I pray as Jesus taught, “Father, not my will, but yours be done.” Give me the grace to accept the future you have set out for me. Give me the insight to be a testimony to those around me, so that my friends and family may see your Grace and Love.
These things I pray.
In Jesus name,