Do you want God to do unimaginable, unbelievable things in your life? If you have something to ask, ask."
So who better to look to as an example than our own Lord and Savior Jesus, who set the gold standard for praying to God boldly, believingly, and fervently in the face of a wide array of afflictions. So often, I believe we fail to follow up on this promise to pray because we are not equipped with the knowledge of how we are supposed to pray. I realize "I'm praying for you" has the potential to offend atheists but I think it's on par with saying "bless you" when someone sneezes - it just feels right for the occasion.
Tim Keller says, “Prayer is how God gives us so many of the unimaginable things he has for us.“.
In the past I used to say “I’ll be praying for you”… but now I have realized it is better to say “May I pray for you right now?”…. For the prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective. She’s passionate about fear fighting, freedom writing, and the pursuit of excellence in the name of crucifying perfectionism. Do you believe that your prayers are that powerful? It may strictly mean that, but i would imagine 99% would interpret it as having religious connotations.
In other words, when someone is having a hard time and we don’t know what else to say, we say, “Well…I’m praying for you.” Or, when things seem really bad and beyond all human efforts, we say something like, “All we can do now is pray.” The topic ‘How do you say "I'm praying for you" if you don't believe in God?’ is closed to new replies. I am grateful for such enlightening encouragement. Elijah was a man with a nature like ours, and he prayed fervently that it might not rain, and for three years and six months it did not rain on the earth.
We truly need to remember God’s unlimited power, resources and unconditional love as we pray. Remember, Job had to pray for his friends in order to secure his full restoration – “After Job had prayed for his friends, the LORD restored his fortunes and gave him twice as much as he had before.” (Job 42:10). posted by kat518 at 6:29 PM on April 15, 2011  Specific forms of this may include praise, requesting guidance or assistance, confessing sins, as an act of reparation or an expression of one's thoughts and emotions. Carol, I agree. I'm a husband, dad, writer.
No, I wouldn't neither. "My thoughts are with you" might sound 'a bit rehearsed', but that is because it is a phrase which is commonly used. The implication of all this is that we should say the phrase, “I’m praying for you,” EVEN more. The word pray also means "to hope desperately" so to say you're praying for some isn't necessarily a religious statement.
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