Intercessory Prayer for Sick Animals

Intercessory Prayer for Sick Animals

Blessed are you, Lord God! In your infinite wisdom, you filled the Universe with Pure Grace, blessing us with all living beings. Especially, I humbly thank you for entrusting me with my pet (name of the Sick Animal), He/She is my friend who brings me so much joy and whose presence often helps me move forward in difficult times in my life.

My dear baby (say the name of your animal friend) is like a family member to me.

Would you please bless my pet and make me a responsible guardian of the precious Sentient Being of your creation?

May we continue to give each other joy, remembering your power.

Just as my animal trusts me to take care of it, I humbly come to please through your mercy and Grace, who take care of us, to help us share your love for all your creatures. Heavenly Father especially protect all endangered species and forgive us for our neglect to save them.

May we understand the importance of preserving the work of your creation. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. you humbly pray Amen.”

 Animals are Family

Animals that live in the middle of cities with us, both large and small, have some health problems. They can be caused by too much pollution or even the lack of their natural habitat. So, even if well cared for, sometimes there is no way to escape some illnesses.

To avoid this, how about learning to pray for sick animals? In this way, you can pray for their improvement and ask for protection to prevent any kind of suffering. This prayer will help you have relief in some situations and can be done for your loved ones, a friend, or even for strangers.

It is important to wish all these animals well and hope that prayer for sick animals will help abandoned and alone.

Why should we Pray for our Sick Animals?

The Bible teaches us respect for nature and all its Creatures! It is not only the story of Noah that proves that God needed us to care for animals of all kinds, not just the conventional pets, the furbabies we love.

In Job 12:7 “But now ask the beasts and let them teach you. And the birds of the heavens and let them tell you. In Genesis 9:3-4, God tells us that a person cannot cut off the limb of a living animal.

In the book of Exodus, the Ten Commandments tell us again that we are expected to treat animals with respect and care. The reference mentions mainly those who work our lands. When it comes to the principles of the Sabbath, not only are we, the humans commanded to rest and not engage in any form of work, but also our animals should be exempt from work.

“For six days, you shall do all of your work, but the seventh day is God’s Sabbath; you shall not do any work, neither you nor your son or daughter or your servant or your animal, or the stranger who is in your midst,” (Exodus 20:8).

We read in Genesis 2:15 Then the Lord God took the man and put him into the garden of Eden to cultivate it and keep it.

Animals in the New Testament

In the New Testament, we read in Matthew 6:26-30;

“Look at the birds of the air, that they do not sow, nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not worth much more than they? And who of you, by being worried, can add a single hour to his life? And why are you worried about clothing? Watch how the lilies of the field grow; they do not toil, nor do they spin. Yet I say to you that not even Solomon in all his glory clothed himself like one of these. But if God is thrown into the furnace, which is alive today, and tomorrow is thrown into the furnace, will He not much more clothe you? You of little faith!

In the book of Exodus, the Ten Commandments tell us again that we are expected to treat animals with respect and care. The reference mentions mainly those who work our lands. When it comes to the principles of the Sabbath, not only are we, the humans commanded to rest and not engage in any form of work, but also our animals should be exempt from work.

“For six days, you shall do all of your work, but the seventh day is God’s Sabbath; you shall not do any work, neither you nor your son or daughter or your servant or your animal, or the stranger who is in your midst,” (Exodus 20:8).

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