NB to the Moderator(s): I could not find an existing thread covering this topic (except the one about praying for the Pope). Question: What is the proper Reformed understanding on how we should pray for specific christian associates who are not reformed? Background: I run a small lawnmower shop with several wonderful christian customers that I see regularly, and occasionally pray with. None are reformed, most are some flavor of dispensational arminianism: (SBC, Methodist, and a Spanish Pentecostal). When they come in it is always a time of encouragement in the Lord, as when I make sales calls on them at their business or church. In talking with them, they are orthodox on the Trinity, have a somewhat muddy soteriology (none of them espouse working for their salvation, even though their doctrine would say otherwise), and the junk-food eschatology of dispensationalism. I pray for them daily for safety, success in business, their particular mercy ministries (all of them delight in doing good for the Lord), and for their families. I also have several customers that are employed by churches (managing facilities and lawn care) that I pray similarly for. I have not made it a point to pray for their theological understanding to be corrected. I do pray for their institutional churches - but it is for God to stop the error of these churches and to protect the elect from their false teaching. The only imprecatory prayers I make are against the Pope and papists, Muslims, Marxists, Pelagians, and False Teachers.