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 Bohuslav Sobotka Czech Republic (central Europe).

  • DEAF PEOPLES - In West Africa, two young believing Deaf men were sharing Bible stories with a group they had not met before and discovered that the other Deaf did not understand their signs. They did not give up, but continued to work with others to help communicate as clearly as possible. Please pray that these young believers will grow and mature as they continue to learn, apply, and tell God's stories. Ask the Father to grant them favor to share the gospel clearly with others.
    http://deafpeoples.imb.org

    -- Thursday, May 26, 2016
  • BANGALORE HOSPITAL, KARNATAKA STATE, INDIA (BANG-ah-lohr) - Thank you for praying regarding some of the pending permits and applications. Give thanks to God that despite much opposition from some individuals, the building permits have been granted. Thank Him, too, that the appeal regarding excessive taxation of the residential quarters on the hospital campus has been decided in favor of the hospital, and the excess amount paid has been refunded. Please continue to pray for the pending renewal of permission to receive foreign funds.
    http://southasianpeoples.imb.org/

    -- Thursday, May 26, 2016
  • EAST ASIAN UNENGAGED PEOPLES - So many unengaged, unreached people groups (UUPGs) in China are still waiting to hear the Good News. Pray that God will burden hearts not only to pray, but also to go and proclaim His glory among them.
    http://eastasianpeoples.imb.org/pray/
    eaprayer@pobox.com

    -- Thursday, May 26, 2016
  • NORTH AFRICANS OF BELGIUM - "Behold, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!" (John 1:29b, NASB). How many North African Muslims in Belgium are hoping to hear about the way to heaven? Some have searched their holy book, which gives them no promise of salvation. Some have gone faithfully to the mosque and done their prayers, never sensing that they've had a connection with God. Many have gone through the names of God with their prayer beads, never once finding the name "Love" in all their repetitions. Ask the God of love to divinely connect with North Africans of Belgium, extending to them the promise of salvation that only He can give.
    nabteam@pobox.com

    -- Thursday, May 26, 2016
  • LAST FRONTIER - Pray for workers' health, safety, and wisdom as they teach students of a Last Frontier people group in a restrictive situation. Ask God to give them wisdom and discernment about how best to share His love and gospel with these students. Pray that God will use their every effort to communicate the message.

    -- Thursday, May 26, 2016
  • GEORGIANS OF GEORGIA (JOR-jens) - "Many times, we don't see clearly for one reason or another. For example, when my glasses get dirty over time, I don't notice until I take them off and then put them back on again. That's when I can see that my vision is obstructed or unclear because of smudges blocking my view. Traditions in Eastern Orthodoxy are much the same in the fact that the more time goes on and the more traditions are added, it becomes difficult to see the gospel clearly. That's our prayer in Georgia--that people can see the clear and simple gospel message of grace through Jesus Christ. Coincidentally, we have a volunteer team that will be coming to check people's vision and give out reader glasses. Pray for this team to help the Georgians see clearly, both physically and spiritually."
    tbilisiprwalk@gmail.com

    -- Thursday, May 26, 2016
  • IRANIANS OF TURKEY (i-RAY-nee-uhns) - The Iranian culture is very warm and hospitable. Taking the time to have tea in an Iranian home is crucial in buildings relationships, so please pray for such opportunities. Pray that these displaced Iranians will be open to hearing the gospel, and that they will have dreams and visions of Jesus. Ask that many will become believers and will share the Good News with their friends and families.
    http://centralasianpeoples.imb.org/
    centralasianpeople@gmail.com

    -- Thursday, May 26, 2016
  • BATONGA OF ZAMBIA (bah-TONG-uh) - "We walked through the maize to get to the women whom we were to find at home," writes missionary Marci Langston. "Upon arrival, we were welcomed and went around to shake hands with everyone, in the traditional greeting. Sometimes the children are quick to greet. At other times, they hide behind their mothers, not wanting to greet the strangers. On this occasion, the grandmother had to tell the little girl to remove the contents of her right hand so that she could come and shake our hands with the proper hand. Her grip was so tight that I couldn't see what she held. However, as she switched the contents to her other hand, I saw the intestines of the chicken they were to have that night. Perhaps she was holding onto the intestines until they could be fried a little later. No doubt she held them so tightly because they were a treat to her. It was a good visit. They told of being Christians. In the end, however, after hearing of how Jesus took sins on Himself when He was on the cross so that we could be cleansed of them, they admitted to not having understood that before. I look forward to catching these women at home again and involving them, along with others, in discipleship. My treat was getting to share the gift of salvation with these women. Pray for me as I continue to share with them."
    thelangstonfive@gmail.com

    -- Thursday, May 26, 2016
  • NIAMEY, NIGER (NEE-ah-may) - Many gospel seeds have been sown the hearts of university students in Niamey. The Niamey Urban Team has been dialoging with students about life issues. They have asked: "What does it truly mean to seek God?" As Scripture verses are shared with the students, those verses resonate in their hearts, leaving them hungry for more. As these gospel seeds are sown, ask God to bring about an abundant harvest.
    sustar@braveheart.com

    -- Thursday, May 26, 2016
  • WEST AFRICA TRUCKER MINISTRY - "This prayer chain works! Last month, our W. Africa Trucker Ministry Team asked you to pray for the assistant drivers who had been forbidden to attend 'the church at the port' by their head drivers. Many of them have returned, although we are still seeing instances where assistant truckers are pulled out of the services or out of evangelism presentations and sent back to their trucks. Keep praying against this spiritual persecution."
    westafricantruckers@gmail.com

    -- Thursday, May 26, 2016
 

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