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Healing Words: Recovering From Cancer

Abba, Father

You, O Lord, are my salvation and strength. You are the source of my inspiration: the reason my heart sings, my mouth shouts, my feet dance, and my soul rejoices. I rejoice over your kindness towards me, the length, width, depth, and height of your love.


I trust in your word. I have witnessed Your power. You and I have a track record. I have seen time and again how You have worked mightily, miraculously, and, wisely in my life: straightening out the crooked places, smoothing out the rough spots and the demolishing all the obstacles in my way. My present suffering is before me, yet I will stand back and see Your salvation.


My healing is sure. I shall not die, but live, and declare the works of the Lord. I shall live, and declare the works of the Lord. Open up to me the gates of my future and I will walk through them with boldness and assurance – not in me, nor in my own ability, but in Your mighty Spirit which works within me.


I long to be with You but I place my body completely at Your disposal. I will live and be a blessing to all I come in contact with. To those who need hope, I will share the reason for the hope I have.


To those in need of consolation, I will console them with the consolation I have received from You.


To those who need strength to make it through another day, I will introduce them to the Source of My strength. The One in whom I can do ALL THINGS.


To those who need prayer, I will offer the fervent, effectual prayer of a righteous one. Not my own righteousness, but that which is mine in Christ Jesus.


Those those in despair, I will rejoice and praise You with song and thanksgiving with all the fervor and abandon of David.


It is day and not night. I must be about my Father’s business. I will do the work that He for-ordained that I should do before the foundation of the world. Your perfect word equips me for every good work. Your Spirit gives me dynamite power I need to be Your witness to the world.


I choose life. I choose blessing. I choose service. I choose to do your will. My flesh will follow my renewed mind.


In Jesus’ name, Amen

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Healing Prayer: Cancer

Abba, Father

To you belong all the power and all the glory. There is no God but you.
My Yesha.  God who saves. My salvation.  Yshw’ah. Yahweh is Salvation.

You are my Father and Lord, My Protector and my Guide. You are the Good shepherd who attends to me, a the speckled and spotted lamb that you loved, delivered and placed in your flock. I have no lack. I am safe from all enemies.

You direct my path. I am not worried about my destination: You will never mislead me or misguide me. Where ever you take me I am willing to follow. For I know I will find there love, peace, and consolation.

If I come to you with my soul  heavy with the cares of this world, you will lighten my load. If I am weary of crying, you will wipe away every tear. If I am weakened and distraught from sickness and disease, you will lift up my head and speak to my spirit hope and deliverance

In Spirit, I am healed from all afflictions. I am a holy, pure, spotless soul redeemed by the Blood of the Lamb.

In my darkest moments you are there. When  men can offer me no hope, you are my hope and my refuge. I can not fear any evil because I am not alone. The Omnipotent one is by my side. I am not afraid of the terrors in the daytime nor the pestilence lurking in the darkness. There is no demon, no disease, no disaster you cannot deliver me from.

In the midst of my trial your Spirit flows over my like anointing oil. You are training me for battle. You are preparing me to war against every power, every principality, every thought, every imagination which would dare exalt its self against the knowledge of God. My thoughts imprison and make them obedient under the Anointed One, Christ.

I know you have wonderful plans for my life. I have a future and a hope. There is much for me to do and to be here on this earth. I long to be with you, Lord, but it is needful that I remain and be a blessing to the body and to those who you have purposed I minister to.  My best days are now and tomorrow.

In Jesus’ name, Amen