In Luke’s gospel he shows us a scene at the Last Supper of the disciples using the moment while they are still eating to argue about who is the best and most important.
Jesus then pulls Simon Peter aside to give him both a warning and a promise. He tells him to pray because Satan stands ready to attack but Jesus also assures Him that He has been praying for him.
Did you ever stop to think that Jesus is also still praying for you? God’s promises have not changed and remain active and in force for anyone of any status, age or ability; to believe in, trust completely and claim for their lives, family and generation.
No matter who or what we face today; we do not need to do it alone. When we go to God in prayer we can go with this assurance in hand. Jesus is still praying for me!