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 Kim Kielsen of Greenland.

  • ISAAN OF THAILAND (EE-sahn) - Acts 5:14 (NIV) says of the early church: "Nevertheless, more and more men and women believed in the Lord and were added to their number." Praise the Lord for three baptisms during the months of March and April--and that the Lord is maturing the faith of believers in three house church groups! Several more people await baptism. Please pray that these Isaan believers will give God first importance in their lives. Pray that they will choose to set aside time with the Lord each day, be in Bible study consistently, apply God's Word to their daily lives, and resist the evil one's attempts to distract them.
    http://www.prayforisaan.com/
    caldwell@loxinfo.co.th

    -- Friday, June 24, 2016
  • NORTH AFRICANS OF CATALONIA, SPAIN (ka-tuh-LOH-nyuh) - Some believers went to a low-income, immigrant neighborhood that had no gospel presence. They held a party for families, shared the Good News, and gave many families a copy of a film about Jesus' life. After several months of praying and waiting, the doors have sprung wide open there for the opening of a place where local people can come to build their lives, build relationships, and hear more about the Giver of Life. Praise God! Pray that people will faithfully respond to what they hear, eagerly accepting His Truth. Pray for understanding for the children who are attending a children's club and hearing Truth stories. Pray also for believers to build relationships with the local community as they discover new areas in the city that are home to immigrants.

    -- Friday, June 24, 2016
  • TAJIKS OF TAJIKISTAN (TAH-jeeks) - "I wanted to share a sweet story from one of my recent goodbye meals. I took all the cooks from our food kitchen, our office co-workers' wives, and my female teammates out for kabob at a restaurant. We always have a good time together. On this particular afternoon, one of the two believing local women felt led to share the Good News and did so in a powerful way. Going around the table, she shared what Jesus had done for each person present. She shared how her own choice to believe had caused division in her family, yet by lovingly sharing the Good News and serving her extended family members, many of them have since come to believe. Challenging the other women at the table, she said that since each person present had heard the truth, they were now accountable to what they chose to do with it. Please pray for the four unsaved women who heard the truth (again), asking that the veil will be removed, eyes opened, and hearts softened. Pray that they will follow Jesus! Praise God for our believing sister's boldness in sharing!"
    teamtajik@gmail.com

    -- Friday, June 24, 2016
  • EAST ASIAN PEOPLES - "As Christians from different organizations and nations work together in East Asia, pray for love and humility to prevail. Pray that rich relationships and mutual encouragement will help to spur us on as we share the Good News and see many come to Christ."
    eaprayer@pobox.com

    -- Friday, June 24, 2016
  • TSWANA OF BOTSWANA (t’SWAN-ah) - "'If you build it, he will come.' That was the premise of a movie called 'Field of Dreams' that I watched as a child," writes missionary Amanda Turner. "It's about an Iowa man who builds a baseball field in a cornfield in the middle of nowhere. Eventually, his dad shows up, and there is healing that takes place in the heart of this grown man with his father. Recently, my husband and 5-year-old son together built a trough to use as a baptistery for the scheduled baptism of six children from our children's ministry who had recently accepted Jesus as their Savior. We also prepared by sending letters to parents, getting permission slips signed, and filling the baptistery with water, but come that Sunday morning, I was so afraid that all the children who wanted to get baptized wouldn't show up. I'm happy to tell you that we built it, and they came . . . and not six, but nine children got baptized! Just like the man in the movie who built the baseball field in the middle of nowhere, there was so much healing that took place in the hearts of these nine children when they came to know Jesus as their Savior. Many of them came with their whole families, who don't normally attend our church. What a blessing it was to see so many children following the Lord in obedience and being baptized! Praise God, who is doing some amazing things here in Botswana!"
    http://theturneradventures.blogspot.com
    bltast@hotmail.com

    -- Friday, June 24, 2016
  • MONGOLS OF OUTER MONGOLIA (MON-gols) - Parliamentary elections have been held every four years in Mongolia since 1992. In a country where political unrest is rare, during the 2008 elections, violence broke out. Please ask God to let the Parliamentary elections on June 26 be peaceful. The outcome of this election will determine the Prime Minister, and he will appoint the ministry heads. Ask God to put on the hearts of Mongolian Christians to ask God for His direction for whom they should cast their vote. Pray, too, that He will give them understanding that whoever is elected, our sovereign God's ultimate will and eternal good will be accomplished.
    pr4mong@emeraldis.com

    -- Friday, June 24, 2016
  • ANGOLA - It's been reported that most of Angola's Christians are under the age of 25, so ministry focused on this age group would be very important for the growth of the kingdom of God in this country. Pray that at those schools in which there is a ministry to students, such a ministry will be able to continue and not be hindered in any way. Pray for students to be open to hearing the gospel and to make a decision to follow Christ. Ask that the existing churches in Angola will have a greater vision for sharing the gospel and discipling the young people.

    -- Friday, June 24, 2016
  • SPANIARDS OF NORTHERN SPAIN (SPAN-yurds) - "Our Northern Spain Team had many open-door opportunities with old and new friends to talk about Easter. Here, Easter is celebrated only because of tradition, and many people have a week or more of vacation time. It was amazing to us how easy it was to have conversations with strangers about the true meaning of the holiday. Being a foreigner here is sometimes a good thing, because people will ask us our opinion or how we do things in our culture. Needless to say, we are beyond giddy when these opportunities present themselves. We love seeing God at work! Please pray for the many conversations we had about Easter. Pray that God will continue to open doors to our ministry, blessing both partnerships and friendships. Pray that we will be led by the Holy Spirit and recognize open-door opportunities. May God lead us past barriers to hearts ready to receive His Word."

    -- Friday, June 24, 2016
  • JEWISH DIASPORA WORLDWIDE (die-AS-puh-ruh) - More and more Jewish people are coming back to their homeland. The call of their ancestors is strong and a driving force in their lives. Many are currently making plans to return to the ancient land from which they came. There is much turmoil in the hearts of these people as they leave what they know for something new and difficult. Many are received by believers as they arrive, and the influence of kindness and love shown is making a difference. Please pray for the Jewish people who are presently uprooting their lives to heed the call of something they don't really understand. Pray for believers who minister to these people, and ask that friendships will grow and lives will be changed.

    -- Friday, June 24, 2016
 

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