Prayer for Someone in Crisis
I ask for your prayers for a person I know who is going through a crisis and wants to give up totally. Please show that person that someone is listening, praying, and thinking about them. Thank you for your kindness.
Dear Loving God, I know you are very busy today and every day watching over all of us go here and there, and even watching over those of us curled up sick in bed. You are all-powerful, Lord, and we beg of you to show just one glimpse of sunshine (both physically and emotionally) on our brother/sister who is currently experiencing a crisis. Please speak to her/him, in simple worlds, and help them to understand that the life you give to us is always full of surprises, and that truly there is something amazing, beautiful and great just right around the corner. Ask this person to somehow take a step back from today's difficult realities and try to remember a blessing or a joy from her/his childhood. Remember a best friend's hug. Remember a favorite vacation. Remember a special birthday surprise. Remember receiving some really good news. Remember that friend who helped us out of a jam. All we ask Lord is for You to shine light and hope on our brother/sister in crisis and give them the courage to know that this WILL come to pass through love and patience, and that new happy memories are coming soon. In Your name we pray!!! Amen
I offered my rosary today for this intention. Mary, Mother of our Hope, pray for us!
May your child, Heavenly Father, be comforted at this moment knowing that you are always present especially in this difficult time. Remind them that their worth, value, and dignity does not rely on anyone else's perceptions or opinions but rather on your unfailing, unrelenting love for them. Let your love and approval alone be enough of a reason to just keep going.
Let the prayers that we pray for this beloved person be answered in hope, mercy, and kindness by our Lord and Lady telling this someone not to give up as we share the trials and the suffering they are feeling. They are not alone in their ordeal and we are kneeling at the feet of our savior asking for healing, strength, forgiveness, forbearance and finally comfort and freedom from every tribulation that they encounter. Please continue to reach out. We hear you.