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Thank You for Your Service and I'll be Praying for You

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When would you say praying for someone and doing nothing more is unacceptable? And when would you say telling someone thank you for your service and not doing something you can do is unacceptable? There are people who all too often can help out in a situation but they chose to do what's politically correct. They either say, thank you for your services to veterans or they say I'll be praying for you to people obviously in need.  These would be people who could help in any way needed, but rather than  help, they choose to say "I'll be praying for you".

People will find a person in need and say to or about that person, you put yourself in this situation. This is wrong coming from a christian and wrong coming from a friend or from a person who is under authority to do something. Just keep in mind the phrase coined by Edmund Burke. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something. Those who are christians who merely say, I'll be praying for you without doing more and can do more is hypocrital.