Encouraging Words

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I am working on a book for my cousin Bird. She is undergoing treatments for cancer. The second time. She has the best, most positive attitude about it, and she puts her trust in God. Or…because she puts her trust in God. I want her to know that I am praying for her, and how I am praying for her. Hopefully, these pages will help her to remember that God will never leave her, and she is not going through it alone.

Please print out any of these pages if you need them for similar use. And if you have a moment, please say a prayer for Bird? She and I will be grateful.

Be persistent in your prayers for all believers everywhere, Ephesians 6:18


9 thoughts on “Encouraging Words

    • Dear Heavenly Father, I lift Patty up to You tonight. Please comfort her and help her find some peace in this very difficult time. I pray her thoughts will be filled with sweet memories of her Mother. In Jesus’ name, I pray, Amen.


  1. Thank you and bless you for sharing this. The scriptures you used were the perfect balm to my devastated heart. My husband has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, Glioblastoma, which is malignant tumors in your brain that grow rapidly. He’s level 4 and the cancer is incurable and inoperable. I yielded to despair tonight and opened your email tonight. Your choice of scripture calmed me down. Thank you for this blessing, and if you have a chance please pray for Jamie. Love in Christ, Lynn Eldridge


    • Dear Father, I pray that you will give Lynn and Jamie some peace about this difficult road You have asked them to walk. Please encourage them and comfort them, and put a strong support system around them. I pray that you will let them feel Your constant presence and find sweet moments together. Only You know what they need to get through this, and I pray that You will bless them in ways they cannot imagine. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.


  2. Kim, beautiful work and thanks for sharing. They are a soothing balm to every anxious heart. We uphold your cousin bird in prayer.


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