Philippians 4:6, Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God. peace, hope, and courage to abound unto her. Pray that she will sense His presence and know that she is not alone, that God is with her at all times
At a church I recently visited, as part of the service. One person raised their hand and simply said they had an “unspoken request.”
Though I’ve not heard that phrase in a long time, it was a common utterance at a church I once attended. It was almost always said by women, and it always puzzled me. What exactly was behind such a statement?
In considering how it was said, with the body language and tone of voice behind it—ranging from emotional turmoil to smug self-satisfaction—I formulated several possible interpretations:
As for the person who said it most recently, there was definitely a deep emotional pain behind it. I doubt if they could have said much more. In this case I was glad to pray for them— I even felt compelled to do so.