Prayer for my dying Grandmother


#1

Please pray for my Grandma Chicki. We were not close, both of us at fault for that. I forgive her and hold no grudges, and as she passes i pray that she go to jesus peacfully and in as little pain as possible. she will be going to hospice soon. please keep her an my family in your prayers.
God bless you all


#2

Praying and welcome to the site. I hope you’ll find comfort here.

:blessyou:


#3

I pray that she approach our Lord Jesus with a humble heart, asking His blessed forgiveness and relying on His most gracious mercy. I am praying for all of you.

Christ’s peace be with you all.


#4

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#5

I pray that she finds the Lord’s peace within her soul. You are in my prayers.


#6

Praying now!!


#7

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.


#8

The Lord is my Shepard and there is nothing I shall want. May the great Shepard walk hand in had with your grandmother and comfort her. May He keep her safe and welcome her into His Heaveanly Kingdom.

Blessed are they who mourn for they shall be comforted. Oh great comforter, please be with this family as they say goodbye to their loved one.


#9

Will keep your Grandma Chicki in my intentions…
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#10

Praying for your grandma’s repose…


#11

Dear Brother/Sister,

Please know that I am far away across the ocean, have the same feeling as you do. In Christ, your grandma is mine too. I do suggest that you pray the Koronka next to her. Howmany times? as many as possible. Keep on close to her. Do not forget to ask a priest to give annointed sacrament for the sick, or baptism if she is not yet baptised in accordance to the Catholic Church. God bless your grandma. Let the Lord shows his way to your Grandma. Believe that God’s way is the best for you and your grandma.


#12

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