Additional Prayers to Reduce Chronic Pain

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Psalm 130: “Grant complete healing to all my wounds, for You, Almighty G-d, are a faithful and merciful healer.”
Psalm 95: “When I thought that my foot was slipping, Your kindness, O Lord, supported me. When my worrisome thoughts multiply within me, Your consolation delights my soul. ”
Psalm 86: ” Your kindness to me has been great; You have saved my soul from the depths of despair.”
Psalm 25: “Turn to me and be gracious to me, for I am alone and afflicted. The sufferings of my heart have increased; deliver me from my tribulations. Guard my soul and deliver me.”
Isaiah: ” Answer me, O Lord, answer me for I am in great distress. Be near to my cry; let Your loving kindness console me.”
Psalm 147: “He heals the broken hearted and binds their wounds.”
Psalm 31: “Just knowing You are listening will quickly rescue me. For You are my boulder and fortress. Take me from this hidden snare, for You are my strength. The snare is the web of worry that my mind hides within me. It appears when I find myself trapped by doubt and fear. Hear my voice clearly saying, “You are my stronghold!” You see my suffering. You know the troubles of my soul. True joy comes from deep within my heart. For when I give myself over to You, I can actualize a sense of real excultation.”
Psalm 25: “Our hearts become free of dread. No other person can see the extent of my personal suffering for it is unique to my own mind. Only You know what nibbles away at my soul. Have compassion on me, for I am in distress. My eyes, soul and innards waste away from anger and pain.”
Isaiah 6: “And a wind lifted me and, I heard me a mighty, thunderous sound.”
Psalm 23: “The Lord is my shephard. I shall lack nothing. He makes me lie down in green pastures. He leads me besides still waters. He restoreth my soul.”

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