A get well card can sometimes brighten your entire day. Whether it’s from a dear friend or family member that you haven’t seen in a long time, it’s nice. You know that people are thinking about you, praying for you, and hoping that you get well soon.
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- Christian ‘Get Well’ Wishes
- Islamic ‘Get Well’ Wishes
- Jewish ‘Get Well’ Wishes
- Hindu ‘Get Well’ Wishes
- Buddhist ‘Get Well’ Wishes
- Sikh ‘Get Well’ Wishes
- Spiritual ‘Get Well’ Wishes
If you’re in the hospital or bedridden, these cards are even nicer. You can display them on a desk or a windowsill. That way, you can look at them and read the wishes written inside whenever you like. If you’re consoling someone over their illness, you may want powerful get well wishes. Lovely sentiments are comforting, of course.
But many people tend to rely on their faith during difficult times. And when it comes to illness, everyone’s approach toward religion is unique. But if you know your loved one would appreciate it, you can try writing some faith-oriented get well wishes on that special card, vase of fresh-cut flowers, or sympathy gift basket.
Christian 'Get Well' Wishes
Praying to God for healing is a source of inspiration for many. If your loved one is a devout Christian, these wishes will remind them to lean on their faith during this time.
1. Praying for God to hold you in the palm of His hand while you continue to heal. I’m so blessed to hear that you’re feeling better and that the surgery went well. Hoping you get to go home soon!
2. May God make His face shine on you. I’ve been praying that you feel better soon, and I am hoping that you get those test results back quickly. I’d love to drop by your house to pray with you and bring over a meal if you’d like. When would be a good time?
3. Praying that Jesus blesses you with His love and peace. I know being sick is really hard on you, especially during such a busy season at college. Praying that you feel better and get all the rest you need!
4. May God bless you with His peace and healing. I’m so sorry to hear that you were struggling with the flu! I brought up your request to my prayer group at church, and we all have you in your hearts and in our prayers. Love you!
5. I’m so sorry to hear about your cancer diagnosis. I am praying that God sends a guardian angel to watch over you and that He works a miracle. Sending good thoughts your way—please let me know if I can do anything to help.
Islamic 'Get Well' Wishes
You can alter some of these messages to serve as “rest in peace” quotes, too.
6. Praying that Allah grants peace during this hard season of your life. I know this diagnosis was such a hard blow.
7. I hope you feel better soon—so sorry that you got hit with the flu this season! It’s been a really bad strain. I’ve been praying that you can find refuge in Allah while you continue to heal.
8. Praying that Allah grants you the ability to rest in His peace. I know you said it’s been really hard for you to sleep at the hospital. Hoping that you can rest soon. I’d love to stop by and visit, whenever you’re feeling up to it.
9. My family is praying that Allah, the Sustainer of Mankind, cures you soon. I know you’re looking forward to feeling better and being able to get out of bed! We’re hoping and praying that the rest of your pregnancy goes very smoothly.
10. I’m so glad I got the opportunity to stop by the hospital and pray for you. Gathering with your family to pray that Allah grants you healing was a gift. I hope it was comforting to you as well!
Read our guide on Islamic condolences for more.
Jewish 'Get Well' Wishes
In Judaism, life and good health are viewed as priorities and blessings.
11. May Adonai bless you and make His face shine down on you. I’m praying that He blesses you with His compassionate, healing power.
12. May God give you the blessings that He gave to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. May He also bless you with the love he showed to Sarah, Rebekah, and Rachel. Hoping that He gives you well-being and peace of mind soon. Love you!
13. My family is praying that Adonai holds you in His hands and grants you peace. I know this diagnosis was devastating for you. I’m hoping that the doctor’s plans work perfectly and you’re able to weather this season with peace.
14. Hoping that you feel better soon. I’ve been praying that Adonai shows you favor and grants you peace and healing.
15. May Adonai hold you close to His heart. I’ve been praying that you feel His peace and love, especially as you continue to rest and get better.
Read our guide on Jewish condolences for more.
Hindu 'Get Well' Wishes
If you’d like, you can add to your get well wishes. Depending on the nature of the situation, you might gift family members with books on grief. Avoid doing this prematurely, though.
16. May Brahma grant you a balanced body, mind, and heart. Hoping that you achieve wellness soon—I know that it’s been a long and difficult road for you. Sending my prayers and lots of love.
17. Praying that Brahma sustains you with love, truth, and healing. May your physical body be as robust as your heart. I’d love to come by and visit you at the hospital if you’re feeling up to it.
18. Praying that you’re blessed by Vishnu and feel a comforting presence with you. Please accept my sincere get-well wishes. Looking forward to seeing you in good health soon!
19. Praying that you achieve a balanced heart during this difficult time. I know it’s hard when you’re sick. Sending prayers, hope, and love in your direction.
20. Sending you love and good wishes. I’m gathering with my family to pray with you, that you’re healed and loved well during this time.
Buddhist 'Get Well' Wishes
Sending good wishes isn’t just for when someone gets sick. You can modify these wishes, for instance, as condolences. Whether it’s accompanied with a casserole or an offer to help sort through someone’s end-of-life plan, it will be appreciated.
21. May the Buddha grant you wisdom, health, and patience. You’ve waited so long to be cancer-free, and I’m looking forward to seeing the results with you. No matter what they are, I hope you feel better soon.
22. Praying that you’re granted a sense of peace and balance during this tough time. You’ve put up with so many doctor visits and diagnoses over the years. I’m so glad that you’re finally near the end of the road.
23. Praying that Buddha establishes you in perfect health and beautiful happiness. I’m sending some flowers to the hospital soon—hopefully you like them! Whenever you feel better, I’d love to drop by for a visit.
24. May Buddha bless you and heal you. I know that you’re so excited to have this baby, but I’m sorry this pregnancy has been so challenging for you!
25. Blessings from Buddha on you and your family. You’ve been through such a long road to finish chemotherapy, and I’m so proud of your strength and resilience.
Sikh 'Get Well' Wishes
These prayers can be said with someone or tucked into a card.
26. May you receive peace through the grace of the Guru. You’ve been through such a turbulent time, and I know you want peace. Please accept my good wishes for you and your family.
27. I’d love to come by and do morning prayers with you. I could bring a meal and we could visit and catch up if you’re feeling up to it. Does that sound okay to you? I’d love to call you to confirm the details. Looking forward to praying with you.
28. May the One God show you light and grace while you continue to heal. I’m so glad your accident wasn’t worse. The One God was protecting you, and I’m so happy that the doctors say you’ll make a full recovery.
29. May the grace and wisdom of the Guru be with you as you take time to rest and reflect. I know this time is hard for you, and I’m hoping that spending time in prayer and reflection will make it easier.
30. May the Guru’s wisdom bless you during this illness. I made some soup for you and would love to bring it by. Hoping that I see you soon and that you bounce back to health quickly!
Spiritual 'Get Well' Wishes
A spiritual card may be good if you know someone is religious, but you don’t know the details. If you want to avoid offending them, these could be good options.
31. May you be filled with grace and love while you continue to heal from this illness. Praying that you start to feel better soon.
32. May you feel protected and loved. I know you’ve been fighting this illness for a long time, and I’m so happy that you’re finally on an upward swing. Looking forward to seeing you soon!
33. May blessings of love, peace, and healing surround you and your loved ones. Praying that no one else catches your flu! I’d love to come over and help if you need it.
34. Sending prayers, love, and good thoughts your way. I’m having a lot of fun looking after your pets during this time. I’m just sorry it’s not under better circumstances!
35. So sorry to hear about your illness. I’ve gathered with my family to pray for you, and I’m hoping that you feel better soon.
Sending Your Well Wishes
You can add to your wishes with a phone call or a visit. It’s polite, though, to remember your sick friend or family member’s situation. They might not have the energy to accept visitors or pick up the phone.