Day 25 – Pray For Someone You Love 2016

Welcome to Day 25 of the Pray For Someone You Love Series for 2016.



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 Day 25 – Pray For Someone You Love 2016


  1. Michele Holborn | | Reply


  2. Janet | | Reply

    Thank you Bruce, how true, & how gently God enables us to see what faults we need to work on, & how the fruits of the spirit are growing in us – when we pray for ourselves. So encouraging. How often that Arrow prayer ” Jesus mercy, Mary help” has seen instant action in my life.

  3. Luisa Carey | | Reply

    Dear Bruce and the team, this is my second year completing the pray for someone you love series. What you do is a marvellous thing! Although I talk to God during the day, I am not a very prayer and I know what I feel but can’t ever put it into words to ask God. Just listening to you Bruce always gives me a better understanding of how to pray. God bless you for the work you do

  4. Jeanette Easton | | Reply

    Bruce this is my first comment because you are just AMAZING and to see God working through you to us is more than I can describe. I have been so blessed every day with your videos, I thank you and I am praying for you and your team for this wonderful ministry. There is just one thing I would like to ask you in our Lenten session and in one of those days you made the sign of The Cross and said something like through my mind, my heart and the whole of my body. I know that is not quite right but could you please email me or say that again I have tried to remember it and have gone back on those sessions but just can’t find it and it had a great impact on me.

  5. John Tomczak | | Reply

    Thanks Bruce for this message, it comes at a time when a lot of us forget about what we need and that we don’t always ask for help, if we as individuals are praying for others, we also need our spiritual life to be healthy so that we can continue to be prayerful for others, Gods blessing, Amen

  6. Rita Lewis | | Reply

    Thank you Bruce, for reminding me, the importance and necessity, of including myself in prayer too. As I make a conscious effort, to remember those I am praying for, (and those added daily), I do forget my own needs. –
    I am reminded; (the ‘fixer’ trait, in me), how much easier, to give, than to receive! – Today, I will focus and include myself, too. Doing so, will afford me time to reflect, question and go deeper in prayer. I know this will nourish my soul, enrich and give fullness to prayer.

  7. Rita Lewis | | Reply

    Today, I pray that this 30 day journey in ‘praying for someone I love’… and (including self), will continue.
    Thank you Bruce, for mentoring us about the richness of prayer. – Along the journey, I have learnt and ‘grown’ so much in the way I view, reflect and attend to prayer.
    God bless you, your family, and your Team, for your outstanding contribution, along this journey, together.

  8. Yvonne McAskill | | Reply

    Over thirty years ago I heard like a voice from within me and it changed my entire thinking about prayer. The words were ” in loving GOD you love yourself…..” I spent many an hour in contemplating the true meaning of these words, and so began my prayer journal ..where like the psalmist I bring my needs before the Father GOD….after a short time I felt the inner urge to begin bringing others that I sensed did not know how to accept themselves warts and all to our Father through the Holy Spirit of Jesus…it is a wonderful journey all this love to go around.

  9. Christine | | Reply

    This is something I do not do regularly, so your reminder is timely. Thank you.

  10. Wendy R | | Reply

    My prayer each day: help me Lord to do Your will. Thank you Bruce 😊

  11. Linda Higwit | | Reply

    Thank you Bruce . You enlightened me . I agree with you , we must not only pray for the people we love , praying for one’s self is of utmost importance to enable us to continue praying for our loved ones , for the lost sheep and for GOD to help us do our mission on earth .

  12. Valerie | | Reply

    Thank you Bruce for your message and prayer and for reaffirming in me to include myself in prayer along with those who I am praying for. You are so right about my need for God to work in me. To pray, reflect and refresh is to put myself in better perspective with my relationship with our Father and with others as well as with myself. I like very much what R stands for:Real. To bring all of who I really am at present and to ask for the transforming power of the Holy Spirit to change those areas of me in order to be the woman God intended me to be.

  13. Patricia | | Reply

    For some reason I did not feel worthy enough to pray for myself. Though I often asked God to guide me in what I do. I need to pray for my health but something always stopped me yet I prayed for others so very often. Thank youi for tonight Bruce. God Bless and keep you safe

  14. Wendy | | Reply

    Thank you Bruce

  15. Ann | | Reply

    Your words of today could not have come at a better time. My live and health seem to be spirialing down hill. I was always made to believe that one should do for others and that it was a selfish person who who asked for themselves. Today I will try to focus on my own needs. Thank you Bruce.

  16. Theresa Annie | | Reply

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  17. Atheline | | Reply

    Thanks so much for this message.

  18. Sally | | Reply

    Some friends of mine have said they are praying for me, and I hope that it is true.
    Thank you for praying for me today. I really appreciate it. And reminding me that I can pray for myself.

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