Prayers For Strength During Chemo - Simple Prayers To Go Through Chemo
In the treatment of many different kinds of cancer, the most common and widely used method is chemotherapy.
This is a challenging process that includes a great deal of hardship.
One of the most important things you can do when you are getting treatment is to make a prayer for strength during chemo.
Here are some prayers that you can say to assist you get through this difficult time and lessen the pain that you are experiencing.
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Dear Lord, I ask for help to get through the challenge I'm facing. You know that I want to live. I don't want my body to change, you know. I don't want to be sick, you know.
You also know why I have to take on this challenge and go down this scary road. I don't want to do it. I want the doctors to tell me I was wrongly diagnosed. I want my life to be like it was before.
I do not understand, but I know that if I put my hand in Yours, You will lead me. You'll give me strength. You'll make me feel better. I want Your help now and always. Amen.
But if it is the Holy Will of God for me to suffer from this illness, I pray that I will have the courage and strength to accept these tests from the loving hand of God with patience and resignation, because he knows what is best for the salvation of my soul.
Lord, nothing seems to be able to make me feel better about my loss right now. My spirit is sad and my heart is broken. All I know is that I am in Your grace. This day, this hour, and each moment, I choose to lean on You, because when I'm weakest, You're strongest. I tell You how sad I am and thank You that one day, when all pain is gone and love has won, we will be able to walk together again.
You should talk to your doctor about this, but there are also a few things you can do to keep your fatigue under control.
- Get moving. Even if you don't feel like moving, working out can give you more energy.
- Ease your mind.
- Go easy on yourself.
- Sleep well.
Here are a few suggestions:
- I don't know what to say, but please know that I care.
- I'm sorry to hear this is happening to you.
- How do you feel?
- I'm here if you want to talk about it.
- Please tell me what I can do to help.
- I'll be thinking about you.
You take it one moment at a time, sometimes one breath at a time, and sometimes one step at a time. Plan for the worst, hope for the best, and enjoy each moment as it comes. I don't know what will happen tomorrow, but I do know who is in charge of tomorrow.
Your thoughts may get preoccupied with cancer, its side effects, the influence it has on your life, and the possibility that it will return, which prevents you from living the abundant life that Christ came to give you. And one certainly does not think positively of cancer.
Cancer causes thoughts that are threatening, negative, and have the only intention of stealing, killing, and destroying. God can use your pain to draw you closer to Him if you make an effort to grow closer to Him through the Bible, praise, and prayer for strength during chemo.