“Pray for me.”
Last Friday I was doing a reading for Sue. Her husband came through and as he was pulling his energy he said, “Pray for me!”
“Why would he ask me to pray for him when he’s in Heaven?” Sue asked me. It’s a question I’ve been asked before, and it’s a good one.
I was asked the same question by another woman from Chicago whose mother came through after passing from breast cancer. “Did you pray for your mother when she was suffering?” I asked.
“Of course I did,” she answered.
“Because I loved her,” she told me, almost indignantly.
“Did you stop loving her after she was gone?” I asked. I could almost see the light bulb go off over her head.
I tell people that grief is another way of saying, “I love you.” So is prayer. Every time you pray for someone whom you loved who has crossed over, you are not only remembering them in your conversation with God, you are also sending them a spiritual hug as well. So the next time your loved one who’s on the Other Side pops into your head, they may just be saying to you, “Pray for me.”
You can bet they’re praying for you.
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