We all know how powerful prayers can be and how it has definitely helped us in a lot of ways and in every situation we’ve been in. But praying doesn’t have to be only just for what we need for ourselves; it can also be for our loved ones.
Some of you may not yet understand what “Giving The Gift Of Prayer” means, but it’s basically praying for the ones you love and care for.
Let’s say, you don’t know what to do in a situation where someone you care about is really sick, and you wanted to do something for that person. If you pray for that person, that’s considered as giving a gift to him or her. Because you really care about that person and you wanted him or her to get well as soon as possible, you gave the gift of prayer.
Giving a gift doesn’t always have to involve something physical in order for you to show appreciation or for you to make someone happy. Prayer is very powerful, and it is our way of communicating with God. And we know God won’t let us down, so He will be giving us what we ask for.
Just keep praying; not only for yourself, but also for the people you love and care about. Praying is not limited. You can pray for everything, but also do not forget to say how thankful you are to God for everything He has done for you.
Let’s pray together:
Dear God, we pray to you to heal everyone we know and love who has an illness or disease. Please use your healing hands to help them, so that they may be able to serve you even better. We also thank you for everything you have done for us. You have never left our side in times of hardship, and you’re always there every time we need you. Please hear our prayers, Almighty God. Amen.