Everybody Prays for Everybody


ALL FOR ONE and ONE FOR ALL:

This is a website in which one visitor can pray for the prayer intention(s) of all others. At the same time, all other visitors can pray for the prayer intention(s) of one visitor.

Step 1/ Just click once at the Icon of the Angels here which functions symbolically as our Anonymous Prayer Box.

Step 2/ Make your wish(es) or prayer intention(s) to God quietly and specifically, like making private wishes in a birthday celebration or serious occasion. Other visitors do not need to know them. God's knowledge of them is more than sufficient.

Step 3/ Then remember to pray at least once sincerely for the prayer intentions of all other visitors. It can be any form of prayer, whatever and however it is prayed. For example, "Jesus, bless everyone!" or "Please pray for each of them, dear Holy Angels and Saints!"

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P.S. Everything is kept simple interactively. There are no prayer cards, no records, no pressure, nobody to monitor how much or how little a visitor will pray for other visitors. It is sufficient that God knows. If one prays a lot, no person will reward him or her. If one forgets to pray, no person will come after him or her. However, it is hoped that each visitor will be reminded by the Holy Spirit together with his/her personal Guardian Angel(s).

Oftentimes, there are brothers and sisters requesting several sources of intercession for their need(s). Certainly, this is a website into which they are most welcome to tap for their prayer intention(s). A visitor, therefore, can freely visit or revisit as often as he or she desires.

"Commit your way to the Lord; trust also in Him, and He will act." (Ps 37:5) The Holy Bible also says: "Rejoice in the Lord always. Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus." (Phi 4: 4,6,7)

Recently, Pope Benedict XIV acknowledged that every true ministry is always a response to a call of God. It is never the fruit of one's own plan or of one's ambition, but it is to conform one's will to that of the Father who is in Heaven (Zenit Nov. 22, 2010). Praise God!

Update: Jan. 19, 2011

Beginning date: January 17, 2011

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