We ask that You, God of Heaven and Earth, Maker of all things, and the Ruler of the nations, would prepare the King and government of Morocco for a mighty harvest that will come. As we pray with expectation for the Church to grow all across North Africa, we also pray in advance that Your Holy Spirit will prepare the hearts and minds of the leaders of these nations. May they respond with wisdom, grace, acceptance and kindness. Amen!
Heavenly father, we bring before you the city of Zuwara, the smuggling capital of Libya, today. Expose the forces of darkness and evil plans which destroy and kill the lives of thousands. May justice roll on like a river and your righteousness like a never-failing stream in this city, in Jesus name. (Amos 5:24)
“He will defend the oppressed among the people; he will deliver the children of the poor and crush the oppressor.” —Psalm 72:4
Prices are going higher in Egypt these days, and needy poor people are oppressed with very little hope in earth. Let us pray for heavenly provisions from Jehova Jaira (The Lord our provider)
The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly. —John 10:10
There is a thief in the form of Electronic dance music and ecstasy pills/drugs destroying Tunisia’s middle class youth in nightclubs and festivals across the country. The drug has also been linked to liver, kidney and heart problems as some users can develop a dangerous reaction to the drug which can result in death.
Lord Jesus, we thank you for coming to earth so that all people can choose life and live an abundant life through you. We pray for all the young people in Tunisia, so choose you and be saved from destruction and eternal death.
Father God we pray today that the people of Algeria will not loose heart. We live by faith and not by sight. We are confident that you who have begun a good work will complete it. We pray that Your grace will be sufficient. We know your power is made perfect in weakness. May we stand firm in your promises together with the people of Algeria.
Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord for he will be like a tree planted by the water. —Jeremiah 17:7
May this be the experience of Mauritanians who choose to trust in Jesus.
Source: IMB Connect
“A friend and I hired a driver for a few days to help us reach some of the more remote areas. One evening we were driving outside the city at sunset, and our driver stopped the car on the side of the road. I grabbed my camera to capture the moment. He climbed on a sand dune and cleansed himself for prayer using the sand. I’ve seen thousands of Muslims praying in the Middle East over the last decade, but this is the first time I’ve watched anybody perform the cleansing (called ablution) with sand. After he finished praying, I photographed the sand stuck to his forehead and nose, a marker of his religious zeal.
I witnessed their fears too. Many Mauritanians are bound by ancestral traditions that mix Islam with magic and charms. They particularly fear the evil eye, a curse that comes from another person’s malevolent glare or unintentional envy. Many Muslims are wary of people looking at their children or possessions with jealousy, or of doing the same to others. Many children wear amulets around their neck to protect them from evil spirits and sickness. Fear drives them to become more religious in every aspect of their lives because they don’t know the One who can set them free.
Who are Mauritanians? To me, they are treasures lost in the sand, waiting to be found for centuries. The 3.5 million Muslims in this country literally live in the sand, wandering in the endless desert without the Good News. The extreme conditions have kept missionaries from seeking them out, but now is the time to join in on what God is doing among these people. Join me in prayer for Mauritanians. Pray God will send more workers to find these hidden treasures in the sand.”
How to pray:
- For more workers to be able to live in Mauritania
- For a great hunger and thirst to fall upon the land of Mauritania, causing many to seek after Jesus
- For great revelation and understanding of who Jesus is and a multitude to come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ
- That Jesus will set people free from fears and spiritual bondages
We pray that the Church in Morocco be strengthened this week. We ask that God will raise up strong visionary leadership. We pray that new people will be welcomed into the Moroccan church. We pray for groups studying the Bible to spring up all over this nation. We ask that you will give Moroccan seekers the initiative to start Bible study groups and invite others to join them.
According to Open Doors, Libya ranks 13th on the World Watch List for the persecution of Christians.
We pray for the protection of all Christians in the country. Surround your children, Lord, like the mountains surround Jerusalem. (Ps 125:2)
date: October 10 2015 06:00
In the last couple of weeks the new academic year started for schools and universities.
Let us pray for the minds of kinds and youth to be really enlightened with the truth and life of God himself.
Let is also pray for the educational system to change and become more Godly.