What to say when someone asks for prayers but you don’t pray?

How do you respond to someone asking for prayer?

“I’ll Pray for You”

  1. It is a comfort that you will be thinking of me.
  2. That’s reassuring, thanks.
  3. Thank you for thinking of me.
  4. Thank you, it is nice to know that.
  5. Thank you for your good wishes.
  6. (smiling) Please do. I’m flattered. ( Marvin)
  7. Thanks. I appreciate you are keeping me in your thoughts. ( Dustin)

What can I say instead of praying for you?

So, go ahead and care a little (or a lot).

  • “I hope this doesn’t come off too strong, but I’ve been thinking of you. …
  • “I’ve been thinking of you and what you’re going through. …
  • “I can’t imagine how that must feel. …
  • “I’ve been thinking about your situation.

What to say when you don’t know what to pray?

Simply start by praising God for who He is and what He’s done for you. I’m talking about the little things we often take for granted: the air in our lungs, the beat of our hearts, the blood in our veins, the strength in our bones, and even the sane thoughts in our head.

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How do you say I will keep you in my prayers?

Another way to say this in English is “I’ll keep you in prayer.” It means that the “I” promise to pray for “you.” My French attempt is: Je vous garderai dans mes prières.

How do you respond to a blessing?

Responding to “bless you,” you could say, “I don’t need to be blessed” if you wanted to be rude, or if someone says, “have a blessed day,” you could say, “you have a good day too.” You could also say, “I don’t believe in any religion, so I’m just going to say thank you.” If someone says, “I’ll pray for you, I might say …

Is it correct to say my prayers are with you?

My prayers are with you is a phrase used to show concern and sympathy. This statement is used when someone requires assistance due to health problems or any other challenging or sad life event. It indicates our care and conveys to the other person that we are considering their problem.

Can you pray non religiously?

Create Your Own Non-Religious Prayer

Anyone can pray, whether you’re Christian, Hindu, or atheist. You don’t have to believe in any particular God or spirit to pray. You might pray to your own higher power, or to the universe as a whole.

How do you ask for prayer?

Generally, prayer requests should follow this simple structure:

  1. A catchy opening line.
  2. Detailing the problem/prayer focus.
  3. Thanking people for the help.

How should a beginner pray?

What are the steps for praying?

  1. Adoration and praise. Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. …
  2. Recognize God’s will and sovereignty. …
  3. Express your needs and don’t forget to pray for others. …
  4. Repent and ask for forgiveness. …
  5. Ask God to keep you from temptation. …
  6. Close with praise and adoration.
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