Please pray for Muslims : LUSENET : A.M.E. Today Discussion : One Thread

Many Muslim areas are closed to missionary activity. In many cases the prayers of the saints around the world are the only hope these people have of hearing the Gospel. This sometimes happens through "power encounters". These are dreams, visions, miracles, or appearances of angels or Jesus. Paul had one on the Damascus road. I've seen reports of whole villages in closed areas being converted after a power encounter.

There are also many Muslims in desperate situations, and Christians going through persecution in Muslim areas. Those of you who feel led, please join me in prayer for these requests. Our God is more than able!

-- Anonymous, February 16, 2002


Please pray for Lebanon, where Islam has grown to an estimated 70 percent of the population. Pray that the tide will turn and many Lebanese will respond to the Gospel.

-- Anonymous, February 16, 2002

Please pray that God will overrule and make it possible for Christians to get permission to build new churches in Mali. The Muslim authorities are receiving outside pressure to declare Mali a Mulim state.

-- Anonymous, February 16, 2002

For Christian teachers who are teaching in secondary schools in Muslim countries. Pray that their lives will shine with such integrity that doors will open for them to share the Gospel.

-- Anonymous, February 16, 2002

Please pray for the Sunni and Shi'ite Muslims of Pakistan that are caught up in escalating violence as the retaliate against each other. Pray that Christians may be used by God to bring reconciliation and peace.

-- Anonymous, February 17, 2002

Please pray for the missionary candidates who will be learning about Islamics in a class being taught from Feb 17 through March 2 in Romania. Pray that these future workers will become better prepared for ministry among Muslims.

-- Anonymous, February 18, 2002

Please pray for Christians in the town of Beit Jala, near Bethlehem. They have been reduced to desperate poverty as they are caught in crossfire between Israelies and Palestinians. Many have been forced to flee.

-- Anonymous, February 19, 2002

We have added your requests for prayer to our on prayer list. Our God is not willing that any should perish but that all shall come into the full knowledge of Jesus and be saved. Prayer is the only remedy for the problems of the middle east. Let us pray for reconciliation for all of our brothers and sisters who have deep seeded resentment towards one another whereever they live.

Thank you for reminding us to reach beyond our own circle.

-- Anonymous, February 19, 2002

Please pray for the students who took Islamics classes taught in Argentina and Nigeria in early February. Pray that the students will assimilate the teaching that will help them relate to Muslims.

-- Anonymous, February 20, 2002

Please pray concerning the conflict that continues to rage between India and Pakistan over the control of Kashmir. Though twice as many Muslims as Hindus live in Kashmir, it has become a disputed part of India. Pray that the Kashmiri people will turn to the Lord and have true peace.

-- Anonymous, February 21, 2002

Please pray for Christians in the Phillipines who are being targeted by Abu Sayef, a terrorist group. Members of this group dragged 35 national Christians from their homes.

-- Anonymous, February 22, 2002

Please pray that God will protect the Christian who is leading a Bible study in a Muslim home in Tanzania. Pray for the salvation and spiritual growth of this Muslim host who is considering Chritianity.

-- Anonymous, February 23, 2002

Please pray for a recently established church in Tanzania with eight Muslim background believers. Pray the Gospel may be effectively shared, and this church become the catalyst for many coming to Christ.

-- Anonymous, February 25, 2002

Please pray that Muslims studying in the United States will be extended friendship and love by Born again Christians, and have their lives radically changed by an encounter with the Lord.

-- Anonymous, February 28, 2002

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