Would You Pray With Me? 

Dear Lord, you know who I’m praying for at this moment. You know who she is, her name, everything she’s going through, and even her real hair color. Father, you even know every hair out of her head, as you said in your Word. Now, God, I’m coming to you, along with all those who will pray with me, and interceding on her behalf.

Lord, she says she doesn’t believe in you, But so often that’s nothing about a denial of the truth. She knows you’re there, she just doesn’t want you to be there. God, soften her heart, break her heart, do whatever you need to do to open her eyes to the truth. You were there, and you were waiting, draw her to Yourself.

Lord, I know of many people who have been hurt by those who call themselves Christians. I know this young girl has been hurt, too. But I also know that there have been many who you have broken through the hardness of the walls they have built around their hearts. Break down the walls around this young woman’s heart. 

Jesus, I know you are glorified whenever anyone gives his or her heart to you. Lord, I pray that you would be glorified when this young woman turns from her sin, repents, and gives her heart and life to you.

Continue, or God, to break our hearts for the lost!

In the name of Jesus Christ I pray this, amen.

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14 responses to “Would You Pray With Me? 

  1. Donald Norris

    I did and substituted my grandchildren who are not currently walking with the Lord.

  2. Anonymous

    Amen. Total agreement, Amen.

  3. Amen. In total agreement. Amen.

    • You know who I’m talking about, don’t you?

      • I am guessing a fellow blogger?

      • Yes, it is.

        I am reminded of the words of Spurgeon as I write this, for she will eventually figure it out…

        “If sinners will be damned, at least let them leap to Hell over our bodies. And if they will perish, let them perish with our arms about their knees, imploring them to stay. If Hell must be filled, at least let it be filled in the teeth of our exertions, and let not one go there unwarned and unprayed for.”

      • I have always thought that was an awesome quote, and a very graphic image of just how we ought to feel about the lost. Sadly, we often feel absolutely NOTHING. That, I suppose, is another post.

  4. Seth Thomas

    Praying for grace, guidance, healing and true repentance so that she will know that it is through faith alone, by grace alone, in Christ alone that she will find comfort and peace. In Jesus’ name.

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