Pray Daily

Pray Daily delivers a daily glimpse of what God is doing around the world. Intercede for the nations as you lift up requests and praise God for answered prayers. This personal prayer guide is sure to be a great addition to your daily prayer time.
  • WORLD LEADER - “Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence” (1 Timothy 2:1-2).

    Please pray for Prime Minister Isa Mustafa of Kosovo (southeastern Europe).

  • NIAMEY, NIGER (NEE-ah-may) - "University students have so many different opinions and worldviews presented to them while, at the same time, they are trying to figure out if the religion of their parents will work for them. They often struggle with self-image and setting goals for their future. Join our Niamey Urban Team in praying for students and staff members whom God has brought across our path. Ask Him to soften and prepare their hearts to understand and receive the gospel when it is shared with them, forsaking their traditional beliefs and following Christ's command to be baptized and boldly share with others in their circles of influence."
    sustar@braveheart.com

    -- Wednesday, July 27, 2016
  • WEST AFRICA TRUCKER MINISTRY - The W. Africa Trucker Ministry Team writes: "We are praying over difficult ground at the ports and truck stops, in particular regarding truck drivers who are more versed in the Quran and less receptive to the gospel. We want to plant churches at the ports and will begin to concentrate on two locations soon. Would you pray with us that the ground will begin to 'tremble' for us and that we will find a location in one port city to use for a church plant on Sundays? We have already been turned away by four restaurants run by Muslims. Also pray that we will find two local Christian men who feel called to cross-cultural missions in another port city to lead the church."
    westafricantruckers@gmail.com

    -- Wednesday, July 27, 2016
  • DEAF PEOPLES - Recently, workers Amy Dixon* and Polly Jorgen* were prayerwalking in a sewing district in a city in East Asia. This area is known to have many Deaf who live and work there. However, the nature of this community makes it very difficult to meet Deaf. Their work schedules mean that they have very few days off throughout the year. A seven-day workweek is not uncommon. When you see a loose thread or tear in your clothes, please remember to lift up the Deaf of this East Asian sewing district, asking specifically that the Father will provide opportunities for Amy and Polly to meet Deaf. They would like to start a chronological Bible storying group in the sewing district before the end of the year. (*names changed)

    -- Wednesday, July 27, 2016
  • OUTER RIM PEOPLE OF EAST ASIA - "Thanks for your prayers! Several volunteer teams have come and gone, and we have already seen some fruit! Please pray for the regular harvesters as they head up into remote areas to follow up on seeds sown, cultivate new seedlings, and prune some older plants. We are so excited to see what the Lord is doing in these outer fields, and we know it is largely due to the faithfulness of your prayers and the sacrifice of the volunteers. Let's keep at it!"
    eastasiaprayer@pobox.com

    -- Wednesday, July 27, 2016
  • CENTRAL ASIAN PEOPLES - "Please pray for Harib* and Xaver* as we begin a relationship with them. They are Afghani refugees whom we met and invited to our home. We hope to develop a friendship with them and eventually to share the gospel with them. Pray that the Holy Spirit will be at work in their hearts and that they will be open to hearing the Good News." (*names changed)
    centralasianpeople@gmail.com

    -- Wednesday, July 27, 2016
  • SYRIAN SUNNI ARABS OF SYRIA (SOO-nee) - Syrian refugee Rawaan* gave her heart to Jesus. She prayed with sisters in Christ that God would mend her separated marriage. Just hours later, her husband came home, hoping for reconciliation. Smiling, she says, "Jesus hears my prayers." Pray that many refugee families, stressed by the traumas of war, will be restored and will glorify God. (*name changed)

    -- Wednesday, July 27, 2016
  • HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM (HOE-chee-men) - "Can I pray now, too?" Two believers met Lanh* only recently, but it was clear that meeting him was a "divine appointment." He immediately wanted to know more about God, so they shared with Lanh about God's love and righteousness. Not long after that, as they were all walking together and sharing their testimony and from the Scriptures, Lanh recognized his need to repent and place his faith in Jesus Christ alone. They helped him know how to express this commitment to God, and now Lanh is a new brother in Christ! Following Lanh's decision, the two believers prayed and gave thanks to God for His love and grace in saving Lanh. When they finished praying, Lanh turned to ask if he could pray, too. And so Lanh's discipleship began there in the mid-afternoon sun on the sidewalk. Please pray for Lanh as he continues to grow in following Christ. Lanh is one of many in this season of evangelism who have recently placed their faith in Jesus Christ. Pray that each of these new believers will be eager to pray daily with God and to learn from God's Word. Pray that each new believer will be bold and faithful in sharing their testimony with their family and friends, and ask that a mighty work of God multiplying through the city will be seen! (*name changed)
    http://reachingvietnam.com/
    prayer@reachingvietnam.com

    -- Wednesday, July 27, 2016
  • GEORGIANS OF GEORGIA (JOR-jens) - In this busy world, "rest" can be an elusive creature. Even on vacation, it may be difficult to find true rest and relaxation. Georgia, like many places in Eastern Europe, sets August aside for vacations/holidays. This hottest month of the year sees a mass exodus from the capital city of Tbilisi and other cities to the countryside, seaside, or mountainside. Wherever they go, people are looking to get away from the burdens of life and work. Pray for Georgians to find true rest. Having to hold on to a faith based on works (through keeping traditions), they are struggling to find assurance of salvation. There is no true rest or relaxation. Pray that the message of grace will be preached and that souls seeking rest will find it in a way they have never thought to look.
    tbilisiprwalk@gmail.com

    -- Wednesday, July 27, 2016
  • MOROCCAN ARABS OF MOROCCO (muh-RAH-kan) - Tucking his prayer rug under his arm, a man dressed in a traditional robe ran out of the mosque and chased down another man who was passing by. What was he up to? Some onlookers overheard the whole thing. The religious Muslim man asked the other man if he was a follower of Jesus. It just so happened that he was, so they started talking. The religious Muslim said, "No, I can't turn my back on my father's religion. All of my ancestors have been Muslim, and I must continue the tradition." After that bold statement, he whispered that he would like a copy of the Bible so he could begin reading it. The passerby just happened to have a New Testament that he'd placed in his coat pocket just that morning, like he does every morning. After accepting the gift of the Bible, the man asked the follower of Jesus to meet with him to discuss what he reads, but not to do it in his hometown. He didn't want his family, friends, or employer to find out that he was reading the Bible. He asked to meet in a nearby town. Pray for the Muslim man who is secretly seeking by reading the Bible. Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal Truth to him as he reads. Ask that the follower of Jesus will discuss the passages well, always referring to the Bible to interpret itself through other passages. Pray for this Muslim man to believe and follow Jesus.

    -- Wednesday, July 27, 2016
  • DEAF PEOPLES - Workers Paul and Hannah Yount* share the following praise: "Our StoryOne group in West Africa has grown! One recent Wednesday, 26 Deaf students came to hear the story of the Temptation of Jesus (Matthew 4:1-11). Many of them were fascinated with Jesus' use of Scripture to overcome temptations to His body, His role as King, and His position as Savior of the world. From our discussion, the most important thing they learned was that they have the same weapon--'the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God' (Ephesians 6:17, NIV)--to resist the devil as Jesus did. Please pray that they will share this newfound knowledge with their Deaf friends! Pray that God will continue to grow our StoryOne group and create His church from it." (*names changed)

    -- Wednesday, July 27, 2016
 

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