Kelly Williams on Courageously Praying for Unrepentant Loved Ones

God want us to be heartbroken over the sin of others in our lives who claim His name but refuse to repent. He calls us to intercede on their behalf. He calls us to stand in the gap and do for them what they are not even willing to do for themselves.

One of the most loving things you can ever do for an unrepentant person is to pray for their repentance.

It takes great courage to pray for an unrepentant friend, family member, or love one over a long period of time. And as we see in Jeremiah’s life, it took its toll on him, as it will on us.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Kelly Williams