On the sidewalk, we move quickly past the well-dressed and the poor, the healthy and the crippled.
We buy pastries from a lady who looks tired while an aging Gypsy woman begs nearby.
I wonder what's going on inside these people's hearts. And lately, the Lord has been prompting me to pray for them. In fact, every time I get on a metro or bus, I've decided to choose a person to pray for during the ride.
Budapest is full of unusual sights and sounds, reminding me to practice prayer, but I want to continue praying for people in my path when I return to the States.
It helps me remember the presence and purposes of God are always before me, and it teaches me to "pray continually" (1 Thessalonians 5:17).
How do you remember to pray for people in your path? Are you learning to pray continually? I'd love to hear about it.
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