“A Prayer to Jesus in this Time of Sickness, 6-16-20,” by Andrew J. Schatkin
My dear ladies and gentlemen and fellow thinkers discerners and you who have an interest in truth and the discovery and the revelation of truth and facts, do join me in another quest and journey and intellectual adventure to bring us all to enlightenment and knowledge, not in the form of political correctness, but in the shape and formation of, so to speak, political incorrectness and the rejection of political code words and media falsehoods and lies.
This is a prayer to Jesus, the lord of life and death, the same Jesus who took on the pain and suffering of becoming a man and human; endured human limitations and in his life raised the dead; healed the sick; and was the maker of many miracles to cure the ill and suffering. This same Jesus who endured the crucifixion and, being dead, rose again and conquered death, we ask you and come down to us from eternity and end the present sickness and suffering where many have become ill and some have perished. Have mercy on us and upon the ill and suffering, lay your loving and healing hand upon them. We know that we do not deserve your love and your help. We know we do not deserve with our selfishness and self-love your love, which we have failed to in our lives to render and give to others. We are encased in sin yet despite knowing our fallen humanity and human nature, you brought life to the dead and cures to the sick and disabled. We ask you lord Jesus who loved us first not because we think ourselves great and significant, which we are not, but who chose to love us undeserving and unworthy as we are come to us from the realm of eternity and make the sick whole and end this reign of death and pain. Let we who are ill know that as the conqueror of death you raise us all to eternal life from this present world of pain and suffering, not because of who we are, but because of who you are, the savior and redeemer of the world. Come, lord Jesus, and straighten our broken and corrupted humanity into your image of eternal love. Amen.