Brothers and sisters, I admonish you to be very clear on your heart’s intent in this season. Believers arguing with one another and then walking away saying, “I will be praying for you,” after essentially maligning a fellow Christ-follower, or questioning their integrity, is no better than the Pharisees we all despise. If you are flippantly suggesting that you are genuinely praying for someone in such a manner, it in no way communicates heartfelt prayer before our King, but merely reinforces your clear position that only God can convince the other person they are wrong. When in fact, it is you, who is clearly outside of the will of the One you claim to serve. It is nothing short of blasphemy to speak in such a manner, when your own heart is not aligned with the Word of the Lord. He sees your heart, friend. These are eternal seeds you are sowing.
Teach me, and I will be quiet; show me where I have been wrong. – Job 6:24