Day 23 – God, Please Help My Loved One Who Suffers from Addiction

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Addiction is defined as a persistent, compulsive dependence on a behavior or substance.

And almost everyone knows someone who suffers from addiction.

Many of you have been praying for years for someone you love to be delivered from addictions painful consequences.

So, please pray with me…

Almost everyone knows someone who suffers from addiction. So, I'm praying God's Word and asking Him to help and heal. #Prayer #Addiction #Hope #MountainMovingPrayers #BlessingCounter

God, Please Help My Loved One
Who Suffers from Addiction

Father, My heart is heavy.

My tears have been many and my prayers persistent … yet, my loved one still suffers from addiction.

And I worry about the future.

So, I’m lifting them up to You in prayer once again.

Please help  ________________.

Your Word says:

You are the One who delivers. 

Call on me when you are in trouble, and I will rescue you, and you will give me glory. Psalm 50:15

Father, my loved one is in trouble and needs You. Please be his/her rescuer. Deliver ______________ from this terrible complex disease of brain and body.

You are the One who gives strength.

You, God, are our refuge and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble. Psalm 46:1

Please help _______________ turn to You and receive the strength he/she needs.

You are the One who heals.

He forgives all my sins and heals all my diseases. He redeems me from death and crowns me with love and tender mercies. Psalm 103:3–4

Please heal ________________.

You are the One who meets every need. 

 God will supply all your needs from His glorious riches, which have been given to us in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:19

Please meet _________________’s needs through Jesus.

Father, I thank you in advance for Your healing grace. In Jesus name, I pray. Amen.

Almost everyone knows someone who suffers from addiction. So, I'm praying God's Word and asking Him to help and heal. #Prayer #Addiction #Hope #MountainMovingPrayers #BlessingCounter

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  1. Deb, this has been my heart’s cry for my son for many years…thank you for declaring Truth over those in need of healing and wholeness in body/mind/spirit.
    I believe in Your power and that I will see Your goodness in the land of the living. I believe – help my unbelief.
    In Jesus’s name I pray~bonnie

  2. Addictions are such hard struggles. 🙁 Praying now for freedom for those who are chained by addictions of any sort. We all need Jesus.

  3. Prayed with you today, Deb, for all those who suffer from addictions. Blessings to you!

  4. Addiction is no judge of persons. It affects many people of all shapes and sizes, races and genders. Thank God there is victory over addictions in Him

  5. That is a very topical prayer. So many families torn apart from addiction. Praying with you!

  6. Deb, this hits close to home. Someone I love dearly suffers from addiction. He’s doing well now, but the fear that he’ll return to it is always there. Thank you for these scriptures and prayers. Also, thank you for the feature! I love this blogging community…you are all so wonderful and encouraging. 🙂