“Pray for One Another”

Rev. Jim Addy • November 22, 2020

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What if our personal prayers and our prayers for one another were viewed as a matter of life and death?  What if we truly understood the importance of our prayers?

Earn the right to Pray for One Another:

In your relationships, develop a deep level of care, vulnerability and trust so that people will feel safe sharing personal requests.

Maintain confidentiality in your relationships.

Practical ways to Pray for One Another:  Keep a prayer journal, pray for people on the spot, encourage them to share their needs and requests, let people know you are praying for them, pray for specific concerns, set aside a specific time to pray for others, pray often or continuously, and know that praying for others may exhaust you mentally, emotionally and physically – but it is important.