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This month, we encourage you to set aside time for to pray for others. While you may feel you've engaged in this practice before or currently do so, we urge you to delve deeper.

It's not just about praying for someone; it's about letting them know
you've prayed for them. 

Here's what you do...

1. Commit to Prayer: 


Set aside time each day to pray for specific individuals in your personal circles. Whether it's a family member, a friend, a colleague, or someone you've recently encountered, your prayers can make a meaningful difference in their lives.

2. Pray with Purpose: 

As you pray, focus on the needs, joys, and challenges of those you're lifting up. Ask for God's guidance, comfort, healing, and blessings to be upon them. If you're not sure how to pray for someone, take the time to ask them. This can provide you with specific intentions for your prayers and show them that you truly care. Let your heart be open to the prompting of the Spirit as you intercede on behalf of others.

3. Communicate With The Ones You Prayer For:

After you've prayed for someone, take the extra step to communicate with them directly. Let them know that you've prayed for them and that they are on your heart. Consider sending a simple text message, a handwritten card, or even reaching out in person. If you feel comfortable, you can even share a portion of the prayer you said for them. Your gesture of kindness and connection can have a profound impact, reminding others that they are loved and supported.

Example Text Message to John Doe:

"Dear John, I've been praying for you, asking the Lord to provide you with strength as you navigate the decisions regarding your parents' care. I also pray that your job proceeds without any hurdles and that you're presented with opportunities to share your faith at work. Your dedication and love for your family are truly admirable, and I pray that God continues to bless you abundantly. Amen."

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