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The Needy Disabled
Prayer For The Disabled Everywhere


You may pray for all who are disabled, or you may pray spaceficaly for an individual.

Pray for all disabled people that they may overcome thier disability, and live normal lives. That they will recieve healing. And most of all when you pray, pray beliving that they are healed.
 
Rabbi Gene -1/13/2008
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Merlock
1/24/2008 20:49

I pray that God heals those whom He decides, and that He blesses all with whatever He gives His children. God bless!


Just1dering
1/25/2008 01:33

Beloved One, Guide me to understand the meaning and importance of all life. Help everyone whose physical experience of life differs from mine to be compassionate towards me and my ignorance of their reality. May they be healed of any belief that they are less than I am and may their unique expression of ability overcome a self-identity of disability.


alpal
1/25/2008 09:33

My Prayer for all who are Disabled:
God's Blessing
"I asked God to take away my pride God said no." It is not for me to take away, but for you to give it up."I asked God to make this person whole God said no." Their spirit is whole, the body is temporary. "I asked God to grant me patience God said no." Patience is a by-product of tribulations; it isn't granted it is earned." I asked God to give happiness. God said no." I give you blessings, happiness is up to you. "I asked God to spare me pain. God said no." Suffering draws you apart from worldly cares and brings you closer to me. "I asked God to make my spirit grow. God said no." You must grow on your own, but I will prune you to make you fruitful. "I asked God for all things that I might enjoy life. God said no." I will give you life so that you may enjoy all things. I asked God to help me love others as much as he loves me and God said Ahhhh, finally you have the idea." I'm sure you realize that this is a prayer in poem formatt and it was shared with me when I was struggling with why God did not heal my handicapped son. This poem/prayer has great meaning for me and I hope it will for each of you also


LadyLove
1/25/2008 16:51

Good Day,
I'm so glad that I found and joined this prayer circle. I want to pray for someone very close to me who has bi-polar disorder. I want to pray that his mind becomes clear so that he can focus on his life. I want to pray that I'm still able to help him and to lead him in the way the God has lead me. I want him to believe that with GOD ALL things are possible and that he can be healed. I want to pray that we with disabilities are kept safe from hurt, harm and danger.


christie
1/25/2008 22:25

I pray for my mom and brother who have kidney failure. I pray for healing of their heart soul mind and body. and of course prayers to all who are in need, and only God knows what they need, amen.


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