Blessing to Heal Infertility

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Please God, help us to perform your mitzvot.

Thank you, God, for the gifts that you have given us good health, family, and love.

Thank you for leading my love to me and for giving us the ability to perform your mitzvot. May the love that you created between us find its way into a unified soul within. Guide us in a path of righteousness, and light our way so that we are acceptable in your eyes. Give us the strength that we need to protect, support, and heal each other.

Bless me/us with a healthy baby who will grow in your likeness, under the warmth of your care. Help my/her body to quench the thirst of an unborn child as we will quench its soul with lessons of Torah and goodness.

Help me/us to fulfill the prophecy as promised to Abraham and Sarah and help us to strengthen the Jewish people like stars in the Heavens.

Please God, I trust in you and believe in your strength. I come before you, my soul in my hands, begging in front of You. You are the creator of all things and the source of life. Please guide me and hear my pleading prayer of mercy for my soul and the soul of that which is not yet created.

Blessed are you God, who gives us our souls anew each day, and awakens our weary hearts.

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