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Steve wrote:

Hi, guys —

I have a question about asking the saints to pray for us.

I thought when we die, Jesus wipes away our tears, and we will have no more pain.

  • Wouldn't it be painful for those in Heaven to be aware of the trails we are going through here on earth?


  { Wouldn't it be painful for those in Heaven to be aware of our trails here on earth? }

Paul replied:


I think Saints can have empathy and intercede for us without feeling pain.
Interceding for us before God is an act of the will, not of the passions.


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