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Stop & Pray! Don’t Put It Off! Pray on the Spot A Great Way to Witness

Stop & Pray! Don’t Put It Off! Pray on the Spot A Great Way to Witness – Praying on the spot can be the most effective way to witness to someone. Most of the time we go about our life and tell someone we will be praying for you. Chances are we may or may not. Do you want to set an impact on someone and show your faith? Stop and Pray. Yes, stop what you are doing and pray for that person and their need on the spot.

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Stop & Pray! Don’t Put It Off! Pray on the Spot A Great Way to Witness
Stop & Pray! Don't Put It Off! Pray on the Spot

Stopping what you are doing and praying for that person shows you have a deep concern for that person. It can help show the love of Jesus Christ. Plus it shows you have a great faith by you stopping what you are doing to pray for that person and their needs.

I encourage you when someone says they have a prayer concern that you will stop what you are doing and pray for them right then and there on the spot. Don’t just say “I will be praying for you.” Just do it! Show them! Be a Christian in action not just words. By praying on the spot, that is putting action to what you believe. We are making a huge impact and being a witness to that person.

Actions do speak louder than words. How much better than praying for that person on the spot when they ask you to pray for them. What a testimony for them too. Pray unashamed! Pray with boldness!

Plus, a good idea is to write down that request in a prayer journal or on a War Room/Prayer Wall

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Also check out Stop, Drop & Pray!

Pray without ceasing.

1 Thessalonians 5:17

Make an impact on others by taking the time to stop what you are doing just take that moment to show them you are going to pray by actually praying and honestly and sincerely pray for them on the spot right where you are. Don’t worry about what others say or do around you.

I figured I would republish this blog post after an encounter today, February 5, 2017. I was at an establishment that I go to often. One of the waitresses knows that I am a Christian and told me about one of her friends. It got me to talk to her about things and I asked her if it was okay to pray for her friend. I also prayed for another waitress that something happened with her fiance while I was there. I prayed on the spot and out loud. It means a lot more when we pray on the spot and not say I will pray.

First published July 9, 2015. Last republished February 5, 2017.

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My name is Steve Patterson and I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I have been blogging at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, however, I have been blogging since around 2004. At church I help with the youth, van ministry, ushering or wherever else needed. Currently, I am working on my bachelors of theology. I am a father of an adult child. I work as a graphic designer. I also love listening to nothing but Christian Music. I am an Eagle Scout class of 1994. Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle.

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