How can I let Jasmine know I'm praying for her

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Victoria Durot

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Sarah Heacock Schreffler

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Tell them in your letters. In every letter, mention specifically how you are praying.  Send a card in between letters with a special prayer you have written for them.

I am in the midst of writing to my children about how we have been pointed at Psalms 91 to help with nightmares.  Sometimes we even just pray the scriptures,
For example, Psalms 91 begins "Those who go to God Most High for safety
    will be protected by God All-Powerful.
2 I will say to the Lord, “You are my place of safety and protection.
    You are my God, and I trust you.”

So the prayer might go "Dear God-Most High, we come to you requesting protection and safety from our nightmares. Thank you for being God All-Powerful and protecting me.  Be My place of safety, my protection.  Be my God and help me trust in you."
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Leah, Employee

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Hi Victoria, I understand and I am grateful for your desire to let Jasmine know that you are praying for her. I would encourage you to write her a letter to let her know that you are praying for her. Writing this in a letter or sending a card will let her know that you care about her and that she is in your thoughts. I know you are concerned about her right now in the midst of the hurricane. Please continue to pray and trust in God. He works all things for our good and he loves Jasmine more than we can imagine. Thank you for your prayers for her during this difficult time. 

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