Seek God Early
Seek God Early



Prayer points and Bible References for today. Remember, prayer is an act of  worship & submission to God. It is a way you ask God to step in, take charge and continue to lead you on the right path. As you worship the Almighty God using this daily prayer point, believe in your heart that your victories for today are already established and no power or principalities can stop you in Jesus precious name, Amen

Prayer Foar Today
Prayer For Today

Today’s prayer focus:A Prayer for Cancer Patients and Those Who Love Them

“It is God who arms me with strength and keeps my way secure.” (Psalm 18:32 NIV)

According to the American Association for Cancer Research, June is National Cancer Survivor Month. Now that I’m 5 years cancer-free, I find it much easier to call myself a “survivor.” At the beginning of my battle with cancer, I didn’t see myself that way. But the truth is, cancer patients are not only survivors once we finish treatment. We’re not only survivors when we hear the word “remission.” We’re survivors from the moment of diagnosis, and so are the loved ones who walk tirelessly by our side.

Today’s verse comes from Psalm 18, a song of deliverance sung by David when God rescued him from the hand of Saul. David understood the magnitude of what God had done for him, and he expressed his overwhelming gratitude in this song of praise. “It is God who arms me with strength and keeps my way secure.” (Psalm 18:32)

Psalm 18 serves as a reminder of God’s power over the enemies that threaten us. The psalmist began with a declaration of love for God, followed by an attribute that speaks volumes to me as a cancer patient. “I love you, Lord, my strength” (Psalm 18:1). On my worst days, when I can’t even get out of bed because disease ravages my physical body, God will forever be my strength. But cancer doesn’t just affect us physically. It can prove detrimental to our mental and emotional health, too. “Each person diagnosed with cancer faces a unique set of challenges, but one in four survivors reports a poor physical quality of life and one in ten reports poor mental health-related quality of life.” ( Maybe that’s why I find such comfort in the very next verse of this psalm. David described God this way, “…but the Lord was my support.” (Psalm 18:19) Psalm 18 declares David’s trust in his sovereign Lord, and his words still bring hope to us today. The Lord will be our support in our weakness. Whether we face a cancer diagnosis ourselves or help a loved one through health challenges. God will support and strengthen us for the battle.

Did you know that each month, besides December, is designated to recognize and bring awareness to a specific type of cancer? This fact reveals a sobering reality – everyone we meet has either been impacted by cancer or knows someone who has. And those numbers continue to grow. Today, let’s offer a prayer for cancer patients and those who love them. As we call upon the God of all strength to be their portion, may we believe him for healing, comfort, and peace in the midst of the battle.


Let’s pray:

Dear God,
We love you. We praise you for what you’ve done and trust you for the future of cancer survivors and those who love them. Thank you for being their strength and support. Thank you for providing everything they need for the battles they face. Arm them with strength right now and keep them secure every day of their lives.

Cancer can cause physical, mental, and emotional pain. It affects not only the patients but their loved ones, too. Yet you are greater than any disease we face! We praise your name and call out to you on behalf of those who are struggling. God, like your servant David, we can say with confidence, “You armed me with strength for battle,” and I pray you will do the same for all cancer patients and the loved ones who care for them. They need your comfort, peace, and healing. Bring hope in times of pain and discouragement. Strengthen your children in their weaknesses. Support them so they know that you are there even when they grow weary. Thank you, Lord.
In Jesus’ name, we pray, Amen.

This Is the Assurance of Answers to Your Prayers – Matthew 7:7-11

Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and the one who seeks finds, and to the one who knocks it will be opened.

Or which one of you, if his son asks him for bread, will give him a stone? Or if he asks for a fish, will give him a serpent? If you then, who are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will YOUR FATHER WHO IS IN HEAVEN GIVE GOOD THINGS TO THOSE WHO ASK HIM!

Today’s Prayer is written by: Kristine Brown

Please pray with all your heart and remember to share these prayer points with someone. Have A blessed day as you pray!

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