Prayer for those struggling with addiction

Seeing a loved one suffer from addiction is incredibly painful. You want to help, but don’t know how – or you feel powerless. Go to God with all your pain, and let him show you the way. There’s never an easy or quick solution. Faith in Christ gives you a clear perspective and the strength to persevere.

You don’t have to face these trials alone. Reach out for help from your church or local support groups. Ask for professional help. Many times God works through others. And keep pounding on heaven’s door, no matter how long it takes. Never give up on the hope of freedom, healing and salvation.

We are praying for you and your loved one too!

Prayer for those struggling with addiction

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The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me,
because the Lord has anointed me
to proclaim good news to the poor.
He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted,
to proclaim freedom for the captives
and release from darkness for the prisoners.

Isaiah 61:1

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13 thoughts on “Prayer for those struggling with addiction

  1. Thank you so much I really needed to hear that there is someone out there that cares thank you all Good Bless you all

    • Yes Cesilia, we care! There are many out there who care. Find them around you and be blessed by them. Bless them back. And let the Lord Jesus heal all your wounds and give you understanding. Hope and believe… you can do it!

      I will be praying for you Cesilia… God’s grace and blessings to you1
      Vincent

  2. Please pray for son who has alcohol addiction for almost 20 years. He is 38 and is in very bad downward spiral. My heart is broken. It is all consuming 24 hours a day. He cannot work. It has him very firmly in it’s grip. He won’t seek help.

    • O blessed Lord… pour out your compassion and mercy over Mirah’s son… send a healing miracle… bring peace and grace to his heart… cast out the evil one and free Mirah’s son from this affliction, O loving Lord… give Mirah comfort… let Christ be present in her hurting heart… may she seek you and trust you to take care of her… pour out your mighty Spirit, O Lord… let your mercy and love transform all things… in Jesus name, Amen.

      Dear Mirah… I am so sorry to hear about your son’s problem. I am and will be praying for you both. God’s grace and blessings to you!
      Vincent

    • Lord please touch Mirah’s son. Soften his heart and open his eyes to see Your truth. In Your name Jesus break this bondage that has him in it’s grip. Fill Mirah with Your perfect peace, give her strength and comfort and help her to not loose hope. We know all healing and power in is Your hand Lord God. Thank you that You are a God full of mercy, compassion and loving kindness to Your children. Thank you for hearing and answering our prayers. In Jesus name I pray, Amen.

  3. Please pray for . My son’s bipolar and alchol addiction his behaviour when drunk is that of Satan himself the evil thoughts words . That come out of his mouth are shocking he was so..evil to his girlfriend who has cancer had to pack his bags n leave she was so scared and traumatized at his behaviour she no longer be with him please deliver him out of addiction from alcholh he drinks every. Day now the alchol has become and taken over everything part of his . Daily. Life he has evil thoughts n blame towards his girlfriend it’s so awful the way he’s treated a woman in chemo please get rid of the devilishly on my son amen

    • Set the captives free O Lord… in the name of Jesus, free Cathy’s son from the chains of addiction… heal his inner wounds… pour out your Spirit O Lord… send your mercy… restore the family and bring deep healing… only by your grace O Lord… work the impossible… in Jesus name, Amen.

      I will be praying for you Cathy, your son and his girlfriend.

  4. Please pray for my son who has been struggling with addiction since he was 15. He is now 30 and so desperately. need help.

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