In Prayers

helloHOPE | Prayer for PeaceOur desire is that helloHOPE would be a source of encouragement, hope and strength for families facing medical adversity. We believe that the Lord can strengthen and sustain us in ways that no one else can. Our prayer is that He would meet each person who visits our site or interacts with our resources in a practical and tangible way. Whether you’ve been following us for a while or this is your first time visiting helloHOPE, we have prayed this for you… 

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A Prayer for Peace

Lord Jesus, You are our Prince of Peace and the Captain of our Storm. When our circumstances are overwhelming and You seem far away, we ask that You would remind us that Your presence is with us. We know that peace comes only from You. The same way that You spoke peace over the storm, we ask that You would quiet our hearts so we can hear Your voice and truth.

You tell us that You don’t give as the world gives and that You know how to give better things than we know to ask. So, I pray for peace far beyond what our minds could imagine or even explain to wash over our hearts.

We know that Your peace is backed by heavenly authority, so we ask boldly for You to meet us at our time of need.

When we don’t understand why things are happening, let Your peace win over worry.

When we’re waiting for a diagnosis, let Your peace calm our anxiety.

When we receive a diagnosis, let Your peace shape our questions.

When we’re being treated by doctors, let Your peace leave no room for fear.

When we feel weak or tired, let Your peace remind us of your presence and strength.

When we don’t know what to say or ask, let Your peace be king in our hearts.

As Your peace fills us and carries us, we ask that it would spread to the people we meet. Let confidence in Your goodness be our song and our strength. We love you, Jesus. Amen!

Colossians 3:15; Isaiah 9:6; Philippians 4:6-7; Psalm 29:11; Isaiah 26:3; Mark 4:35-41; John 14:27

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