Do you say in my prayers or on my prayers?
You are simply telling someone that you will pray for them. you could say, “I will pray for you,” or “You are on my prayer list.” It all means the same.
What does say your prayers mean?
In addition to @Jcain1635 ‘s answer, it can also just literally mean to pray. When used this way, it usually is talking about prayers you say everyday.
Is it correct to say my prayers are with you?
You might say, “all my prayers are with you” if someone has faced a tragedy like an illness or the death of a family member. … Hello, “all of my prayers are with you” is used when someone is trying to express that they are wishing the best for you through prayer or that they are praying for you in a time of sadness.
How do you say I’m praying for you?
How to Say ‘I’m Praying for You’ to a Stranger or Acquaintance
- “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 instead of pray for me?
If you are praying for someone, you might say something like “I’ll keep you in my prayers.” If you are not, maybe “I’ll be thinking about you,” or “I’ll keep you in my thoughts,” or “I’m sending you good vibes,” if you’re into that sort of thing.
What can I say instead of sending thoughts and prayers?
What You Can Say Instead of Sending ‘Thoughts and Prayers’
- I’m here for you. …
- My favorite memory of your loved one is… …
- I am so sad to hear about your loss. …
- They always told me so much about you. …
- I’m only a phone call away. …
- I’m thinking of you today. …
- I am so sorry. …
- We will miss them so much.
Is it OK to say I’ll keep you in prayers?
“I’ll keep you in my prayers” is the way for the religious to pretend to provide comfort while not committing to anything that actually takes up any of their time/energy/resources. I always say “My condolences on your lose”. Then provide more assistance to those I can/want to.
When you keep someone in your prayers?
It’s simple. It means you consistently pray for that person and ask God to help them, hopefully, you have something specific to ask God to help the person with. When you tell someone you are keeping them in your prayers, it is the same as saying “I will pray for you.”
Do keep me in your prayers?
The two survivors, not knowing what else to do, agree that they had no other recourse but to pray to God. … However, to find out whose prayer was more significant, they agreed to divide the territory between them and stay on opposite sides of the island.
How do you respond to our prayers are with you?
“I’ll Pray for You”
- It is a comfort that you will be thinking of me.
- That’s reassuring, thanks.
- Thank you for thinking of me.
- Thank you, it is nice to know that.
- Thank you for your good wishes.
- (smiling) Please do. I’m flattered. ( Marvin)
- Thanks. I appreciate you are keeping me in your thoughts. ( Dustin)
When to say my thoughts are with you?
“My thoughts are with you” is a way of stating care and compassion. We use this expression when someone needs support due to health issues, or any difficult or sad life event. It expresses our concern and shows the other person we are thinking about their situation.
Are in my prayers?
When someone says, you are in my prayers, I interpret that as something beautiful about them. They are expressing how much they care. They may not be able to do anything, but at least they care, they are thinking and wishing they could, hoping things turn out as best they can.
How do you pray for someone you don’t know?
I ask, You God, to give [name] complete knowledge of Your will and to give [name] spiritual wisdom and understanding. Then the way [she/he] lives will always honor and please You Lord, and [his/her] life will produce every kind of good fruit.