There are those times that a letter or email speaks volumes in reference to the care and concern for those who are walking the lonely path of illness.
Perhaps even times when a visit might be a bit awkward due to the nature of the illness you will find that a letter or email would serve the purpose quite well.
Written by a Pastor with over 35 years of ministry experience, these letters will be available to use at any time you need to reach out and minister to someone in need of the right words at the right moment!
I wanted to take a moment to send you this note of encouragement as you are going through this challenging time in your life.
I'm often reminded of the beautiful story in the Book of Daniel of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. It's important to know that the same God that was there for them at that time is here for you and me now!
You may want to read the full story in Daniel Chapter 3, but I wanted to share a couple of verses with you that I trust will minister to you.
As we approach the season of celebrating the death and glorious resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, I hope this letter finds you well. Our prayers are with you and your family and we would like for you to know that your presence is missed at services.
I write briefly to let you know that I am thinking of you, and praying that God will provide full and complete healing as you go through this difficult time in your life.
I also want to encourage you to take this brief time you are recuperating to draw closer to the Lord. Surround yourself with the things that will speak peace and healing to your heart such as the Word of God, and worship music that will inspire you to trust God even in the midst of difficult circumstances.
I just wanted to take a moment to follow up on my recent visit with you as we prayed about your battle with discouragment and depression.
I want to assure you that I will continue to keep you in prayer as together, we believe God for full and complete healing. Please know also that you are valuable in God's sight and have been a blessing to many people around you.
You have been in my thoughts and prayers and the prayers of your church family during your hospitalization. I know this must be a hard and trying time for you, but remember that God is with you. He promises us numerous times in the Bible that He will never leave nor forsake us and He won’t.