Healing Prayer For Asbestosis :
You know me so well, God. You fashioned me. You know the amount of hairs on my head, and you even know the concepts that arise in my mind before I ever express them verbally. You’ve told us to come to you with our every need. You are Jehovah-Rapha, the God of Healing, and you have the last say over my fate, the number of years I will live and serve you on earth.
I’m come to you now as your kid, eager to hear from you and requesting heavenly healing. There is so much in life that I don’t comprehend. But I know you can make me entire with a single touch or phrase. Please forgive my sins, cleanse me of my wickedness, and start your healing from inside.
I don’t always know what your will is, Lord, especially when I’m longing for your face. I make no promises, contracts, or negotiations in return for my health. I merely bow my heart before you to express my heart’s desire: to spend as many years as possible loving you here, loving others, and yearning to grow more like you. That is entirely up to you—and perfectly acceptable to me. If you utilize physicians to heal people, give them the wisdom to know what to do. Whatever method you choose, the healing you provide is always remarkable. And you deserve all of the accolades.
I am convinced that you have the ability to heal. You proved it on Earth, and you continue to heal in wonderful ways today. Even when my trust wavers, you assure me that it is sufficient, and my love for you is strong. And I already know you have my heart and life in your hands. It is all up to you. If I can bring you greater honor via healing, that is all I want. That is what I seek.
But if your response is no, or not now, I know your mercy will suffice. In the end, I want your will to be my will. I hope to spend all of eternity with you. But, Lord, if you have further plans for me here on earth, I need and want your physical healing as well as a comprehensive, deep-down cleaning and strengthening—a whole-hearted rebirth of all that I am. Because all I am is yours. Use this struggle to transform my faith from a “what-if” to a “no matter what” faith. And, nonetheless, I choose to honor you and give you praise. In the name of Jesus, Amen.