Parliament Elections has been going on for the whole last week and will keep going on for two more weeks all over the country. Let us pray that God may bring to the parliament people who will accomplish his will and fight corruption, injustice, and poverty.
Lift up your heads, you gates; be lifted up, you ancient doors, that the King of glory may come in. Who is this King of glory? The LORD strong and mighty, the LORD mighty in battle. Lift up your heads, you gates; lift them up, you ancient doors, that the King of glory may come in. Who is he, this King of glory? The LORD Almightyó he is the King of glory. —Psalms 24:7-10
As intercessors, we proclaim doors and hearts to open for the King of Glory in Jesus name. Come Lord, and fill the country with your Holy Spirit.
Today we ask you God, in the name of Jesus, to open doors of opportunity, God ordained encounters and divine appointments for those believers in Algeria. We ask for your hedge of protection around them both day and night.
Then Jesus asked him, ‘What is your name?’
‘My name is Legion,’ he replied, ‘for we are many.’ And he begged Jesus again and again not to send them out of the area. —Mark 5:9
Lord Jesus, you are Lord and the ultimate authority over all. We ask that you deliver Libya from the legions that want to destroy this country, just as you have done for the man of the Gerasenes.
Many of the Egyptian youth suffer from frustrations resulting from the lack of freedom, the lack of jobs, and the lack of understanding from older generations and political leaders. Although they should be the power of the nation, they have been challenged and stop. Pray for revival, power, divine use, and divine visitations for the Egyptian youth.
We pray for the Church to truly be the salt and light in the country. May every Christian add flavour to their environment and shine your light where there is darkness. (Mat 5:13-16)
Father today we cry out with the people of Algeria that you hear our cry and lift us out of the pit of despair and set our feet on sold ground. Give us a song in our heart of praise to God and may many see what You have done and be amazed. May they talk of your loving-kindness and your faithfulness. You alone are our helper and Saviour.
Thank you, Father, for the small number of believers in Mauritania. We know its a difficult place to be a follower of Jesus, so we ask you to strengthen them and protect them. We ask that you grow them in love and fellowship with each other. We pray that you will give them opportunities this week to share the Gospel with someone who is hungry to know.