1 Thessalonians 1:3 (NLT) 3 As we talk to our God and Father about you, we think of your faithful work, your loving deeds, and your continual anticipation of the return of our Lord Jesus Christ.
I recently got a note from a friend who was really going through a time of worry about the unknown. Actually, the past tense that I just used applies to only one of these “worries.” Several more are moving forward in parallel with her life even as this blog entry goes out today.
I have been praying for her strength and help from God, and THAT is why I mention this verse. We should not wait for “concerns” or “requests” when it comes to praying for someone. I have a list of people I pray for constantly. They are my friends and family. I know that God has wonderful help for them and has blessings for their lives.
So… who are you praying for today? Take time and mention some names to the Lord, they may just need that kind of strength.