Sunday Afternoon Service, June 24, 2012
There are many ways in which we rightly pray to God for other believers. We pray for their their spiritual growth in grace, and even their health and prosperity (submitting to the will of God). But there is another way in which we should mention other believers to our God. It is necessary for us as Christians to recognize the work of God in other believers. We should not sin in the way we think about other believers. We ought to be people who look for the “fingerprints of God” in the lives of other Christians.