On the five Wednesdays during Lent, we are meeting at our pastor's house for a soup and salad meal, followed by a training class on intercessory prayer. We learned this evening about how to intercede for unbelievers. After the class, we got into groups and each one of us prayed for an unbeliever that we know. I prayed for Lisa, who came out of Jehovah's Witnesses at the age of 14, and was having much trouble focusing on God after her mom died. She had been to church with friends who were Christians, and seemed to know the Lord, but then fell in love with someone who used her and abused her. I have not contacted her for a long time, but tonight I prayed for God to lift the veil of doubt, and to break down strongholds of witchcraft within her ancestry. I told God that she was His child, and He had already purchased her with His blood, and she needed Him.
Could I have said more?