Yesterday I was tagged in a tweet with an emergency prayer request.
After promising to pray that Emergency Novena for Christine’s friend, I messaged her to ask what color car her friend drives.
That may seem like a weird question, but I use visual prayer cues for special intentions. When I see a car that resembles one belonging to someone I know and love, that’s a reminder to me to pray for that person.
Christine told me that her friend drives a red minivan.
This morning at Mass, I remembered her friend in prayer, then resolved to turn off the radio on my way home and pray that day’s Emergency Novena.
After Mass, I got into my car, turned off the radio, and prepared to leave my parking space. The car in front of me moved away, revealing that the car parked in front of it was a red minivan.
A couple of miles later, I saw another one.
In your kindness, when you see a red minivan, say a special prayer for Christine’s friend. If you commit to doing this, I’m quite sure that God will make sure you see plenty of those cars.
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The visual cues to remember to pray for a special intention is a brilliant idea, Barb! I will be on the look out for red minivans today!