Here is a major reason for you to have hope: Jesus “always lives to make intercession for us” (Heb 7.25). He continually stands before the Father showing Him His wounds that speak more loudly than words, the wounds He gained by the passion of His love for you and that He chose to maintain in His flesh after His resurrection. Think about that: He wanted to keep His wounds. St. Bernard says: “Thy Heart has been wounded so that the visible wound should make us know the invisible wound of love.” Another place he says: “The iron has pierced His soul and has touched His heart, so that He might know how to be compassionate to our infirmities. The body’s wounds betray the secret of the heart and disclose a great mystery of love, the merciful goodness of God Who came from heaven to visit us.” That’s how much He loves us–how much He loves you. And He continuously stands before the Father displaying His unfathomable love for you.
This ongoing prayer is the most important thing in the world, the only thing in the entire universe that carries real weight. It is the prayer of a human being who is God, this God who became human but who returned to his Father to present the universe to him for all eternity. (Andre Louf, Mercy in Weakness)
So when you start thinking, “No one ever prays for me. I’m all alone,” stop and remember “he always lives to make intercession for us” (Heb 7.25)–always lives to make intercession for you.