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Praying For Someone

To pray for another is to hold them in the very Heart of love. It is to remember that you are in a dialogue with God and He is in a dialogue with you and knows the secret yearnings of your heart.
He feels your compassion for the person and He hears your desire for them.
It is to flood the person’s life with the energy of love, lifting the person higher into the very centre of God’s presence with you, trusting and believing that His perfect heart will heal, help,transform and transfigure any situation.
It is to ultimately hope and believe in the possibility of miracles and to know with certainty that God will come to your aid. Amen

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