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  1. What a beautiful story of friendship! I’m not sure I ever considered triggers to remind me to pray for a friend. I’m thinking this through because certainly there are triggers! I am reminded of triggers for my family (my husband and adult sons). Memories of baseball games, Boy Scouts, field trips, and vacations are triggers for me. Thank you for sharing. I’ll forever see triggers in a different light!

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      Robin, so good you have triggers for your husband and sons. And so good they have you praying for them.

  2. How neat! I don’t think I have any certain thing that makes me think of one of my friends, let alone pray for them. Love the idea though 🙂

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      Sarah, I’m sure something will pop into your mind. And when it does, it will be an opportunity to just say a popcorn prayer for your friend.

  3. This may sound stupid to some, but for me it works. When we were at a Cowboy church gospel singing one night, my group of 3 plus me were talking and the lady who played the piano that night came up to us and called us “girly biscuits” and it kinds stuck and we are now known as the girly biscuits. So when I see a biscuit it will reminds me to pray for each of my special friends because we are there for each other, we go out and eat and try different restaurants, we laugh and cry together. We go to church together and to gospel singings together. We have a very special bond. So this idea of triggers was great.

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      Betty, this doesn’t sound stupid at all. It sounds wonderful. What a great prayer trigger for your special friends. What a fun name for you and your girlfriends. Thank you so much for leaving your comment.

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