We pray for many things. Sometimes ourprayers are spur-of-the-moment silent prayers for help, sometimes they are prayers for the health needs of others, sometimes they are brief thank-yous to God. I wonder though, how much time is spent praying for the spiritual health and well being of others? In this sermon, I encourage us all to follow the example of the Apostle Paul in Ephesians 1 and pray spefically for some key spiritual needs of your fellow believers. I give you the same challenge that I gave the church at the end of the service when I preached this: pick a couple of people each day to pray this prayer for.