I need God in every moment

Many of us are in desperate need of God’s help. We may have lost our ability to hear God or simply found ourselves in a dark place and God seems distant. In these moments, God is ready to help us. He may appear far but that couldn’t be further from the case. He can hear us clearly when we call out to Him.

There is hardly a better time to pray than now. Starting your day with prayer is a great way to begin your day. When you wake up, your mind and heart may feel really heavy, especially when you’re focusing on all the things you have to tackle and all the stress that comes with those tasks.

Setting out time for prayer daily can center you and bring your focus to the place where it needs to be. The truth is, sometimes we know we need God’s assistance but we just don’t know what to pray. These prayers can be a good starting place. Here are six prayers to pray when you desperately need God’s help.

Prayer For Inner Healing

When you are anxious and in a state of inner turmoil, it may impact your health negatively. On the other hand, when you’re in a state of inner peace, the body is in a calmed state. Your body functions well and good physical health is promoted. In order to achieve this inner peace, it’s important that you trust God in the process.

If you are looking for inner healing, turn to this prayer: Almighty and everlasting Lord, I come before You now in great need of Your mercy. You are the doctor and physician of my soul. I humbly ask You to send forth Your healing power into every area of my inner-woundedness. I surrender to You all areas of unforgiveness, especially those hurtful past events where anger and bitterness have been allowed to fester, causing harm to my physical health. I surrender the entire debt of all my injuries into Your merciful hands.

I denounce all forms of anger, bitterness and resentment, and command every evil spirit that has entered my body through the lack of forgiveness to leave now and go straight to the feet of my Lord, Jesus Christ. Amen.


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