WHY IT’S SOMETIMES BEST NOT TO TELL SOMEONE YOU’RE PRAYING FOR THEM…

I recently saw a post on social media from someone questioning why would someone symbolically drink the blood and eat the flesh of a ‘white man’, and what good does that do.

Many people responded in support asserting that Jesus never lived. They were calling Christianity a white man’s tool to enslave and subjugate black people and to hold them down.

Many of these people were making blasphemous statements about God, and calling those who believe in Him through Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ) fools, stupid, brainwashed etc.

No matter what the context of the statement or conversation, posts and conversations like this are a hidden treasure for believers.

They provide a list of specific names to call out to God in prayer.

Here’s the thought…

Sometimes you can’t let people know you are praying for them.

You can’t respond, “I will pray for your” or “I’m praying for you” because that means nothing to them at the time, and will just fuel the flames of their rage. It will just stir up the demons inside them that are stirring them up.

In you response, pray for wisdom, and plant a good seed of faith through what you say…Then pray for them consistently. Write their name down. Screenshot it. Memorize it, and call it out to God consistently.

Ask God to give increase to any good seed that’s been planted in them. Seeds of faith in the Lord God of Israel from Everlasting to Everlasting through His Son Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ). Seeds repentance. Seeds of salvation. Seeds of fellowship and peace with Him. And, seeds of a lifetime of much good fruit through their lives. Also ask God to kill the bad seeds that have been planted in them, and to cast our any unclean spirits and command that they never return.

Call out their names in prayer…consistently. Maybe that’s why God allowed you to cross paths with them.

For more on this, check out this post…

https://beblesstified.com/2018/10/26/hey-what-is-secret-cyber-ministry/

BE BLESSTIFIED!

9 thoughts on “WHY IT’S SOMETIMES BEST NOT TO TELL SOMEONE YOU’RE PRAYING FOR THEM…

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  1. It is sad when people use color as an excuse not to seek the saving grace of God. We are all made in God’s image and likeness. Jesus represents every color, race and nationality. Thanks for the advice on how to pray for these people.

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