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The Prayer Promise We Christians Should Keep

We’ve all said it.

Someone in our immediate or extended social circle sends out an S.O.S.

Our friend’s kid is being a handful and she sends out a text asking you to talk to the Big Man upstairs.

While scrolling through Facebook or Instagram an old acquaintance posts about the recent death of his father.

When running errands, you see a coworker who is battling cancer or that guy from the gym going through a divorce.

For all who know, a certain someone is struggling with depression, anxiety, or another mental illness and they are spiraling downward.

These are scenarios that can happen daily and it is hard to know what to say to those who suffer.  

Often in an attempt to ease their (and our) discomfort we make a promise:

"I’m here for you!"
"Let me know if you need anything! Happy to help!"
"Thinking of you!"

And perhaps the most common promise for Christians, "I’m praying for you!"

If we're typing, we might even throw in a "praying …

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