Barnabas Fund - International Headquarters River Street, Pewsey, Wilthire. Phone: +44 1672 565030 Latitude: 51 deg 23 min 18 sec N Longitude: 1 deg 45 min 48 sec W .


...
read nowgive now

New books and free resources in the Barnabas Shop

Daily Prayer Point

Email:

Daily Prayer

To

Email address:
Separate multiple addresses with a comma (,). Maximum of 10

From

Your name:
Your email address:
Security test:
Please enter the numbers that appear here in the box below.
refresh captcha
CAPTCHA Image
Security code:

Details provided here will never be used in any other context

Daily Prayer

The Lord has promised, "I will refresh the weary and satisfy the faint."
(Jeremiah 31:25)

Many Christians living in ongoing situations of discrimination and persecution are weary and faint, worn down by the year-in, year-out struggle to survive and the frustration of the injustices they suffer.

Help them to find strength and hope in God by praying for them, with us, daily.

Join with us daily in praying for the persecuted church around the world.

932 Result(s) for:

Daily Prayer - Thursday 15 May 2014 

“Ovidio was very brave, and was famous in his community. We are shocked by what happened. Christians have the right to vote. Why are Islamists attacking us?” Ovidio Marandy, a young Christian man in the Gaibandha district of Bangladesh, was murdered on 11 January. Islamists had previously torched his village to punish the Christian residents who had voted in the recent parliamentary elections, and afterwards, Ovidio organised a protest against their violence; his family believe that this is why he was killed. Christians in two other districts were also attacked for the same reason. Pray that the Bangladeshi authorities will contain the intimidation and brutality of Islamist extremists so that Christians are free to exercise their democratic right. Pray too for Ovidio’s family and church in their bereavement.

Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Daily

 

Daily Prayer - Wednesday 14 May 2014

Our brothers and sisters in Pakistan could be under even greater threat from the country’s “blasphemy laws” following a ruling by the Federal Shariat Court (FSC). It has said that the option of life i...

 

Daily Prayer - Tuesday 13 May 2014

Pray for Aasia Bibi, a Christian mother who has been languishing on death row in Pakistan for three and a half years. Pray for patience and perseverance for her as she waits for her appeal against her...

 

Daily Prayer - Monday 12 May 2014

The trial of suspects for the murder of Shahbaz Bhatti, a Christian government minister in Pakistan, has been jeopardised by Islamists. The victim’s brother, a lawyer and two eyewitnesses have all rec...

 

Daily Prayer - Sunday 11 May 2014

A 100-strong mob of Islamic extremists stormed a church on the island of Zanzibar on 11 January, saying they were “tired of the existence of this church near our mosque and the noise they are making”....

 

Daily Prayer - Saturday 10 May 2014

Two churches in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania, were targeted in bombings on consecutive days in February. Explosives were detonated at the main entrance of the historic Christ Church Anglican Cathedr...

 

Daily Prayer - Friday 09 May 2014

Thank the Lord that when over 200 pastors and leaders in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) were trained in ministering to victims of violence, especially rape victims, many were personally im...

 
christian, persecution, charity, church, persecuted, sookhdeo, Islam

Follow Barnabas

or

receive news & appeal emails as they are published

From Twitter

From Twitter_icon

    Daily prayer

    Daily prayer_icon
    • Heavenly Father, we lift up to You today the heartbroken family of Mary Sameh George, a young Christian woman who was killed in an Islamist attack on a church in Egypt. We pray that You will comfort them and give them Your peace. We thank You that Mary was not ashamed to make her allegiance to You known, even taking the risk of provoking murderous anger against herself. We pray also for the families of three others who were killed in this attack at a church in Ain Shams, a suburb of Cairo, on 28 March. Lord God, may the hostility of Muslim Brotherhood supporters towards Christians in Egypt be restrained. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed 18 hours ago

    • Give thanks that as believers in some areas of Egypt continue to be at risk of violence from Islamists, Barnabas Fund is able to provide various kinds of practical help for needy Christians there, especially those most affected by the political turmoil. We are supporting Christian families in Upper Egypt with housing costs, medicines, food and schooling for their children, and 30 Christian students who were on the verge of dropping out of education because of lack of money have received funding to complete their education. Pray for all those receiving this help, that they will also be encouraged spiritually. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Wed, Jul 2014 00:00

    • Give thanks that the authorities in Egypt are pursuing justice for the Christian community following widespread violence against them by supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood last summer. Christians were scapegoated by the Islamists for the downfall of President Mohammed Morsi. On 14 August, mobs torched scores of churches, Christian institutions and private property in what was described as the worst single day of violence against the Egyptian Church since the 14th century. Over 100 Muslims have been charged in connection with the attacks; at the time of writing they were due to stand trial for rioting, attacking citizens and targeting the churches and homes of Christians. Pray that justice will be done and restitution made to churches and individuals who suffered material losses. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Tue, Jul 2014 00:00

    • “I was so happy and treasure this Word of God. It brings me so much peace and hope.” Uu Dee KoMang, an elderly woman in Burma (Myanmar), was one of many Christians who recently received a Kachin Bible through Barnabas Fund. Two years ago the Burmese army entered her village and ordered everyone to leave within the hour. Uu Dee took some clothes and food and ran, but her Bible was too heavy to carry. Now living in a relocation camp, she regretted not taking it, until the Bibles from Barnabas arrived. Pray that God’s Word will comfort and strengthen these believers who have lost so much and will give them encouragement for the future. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Mon, Jul 2014 00:00

    • Pray for three Christian prisoners of conscience in Vietnam who are being denied access to Bibles and other sources of spiritual support. Prison guards in Hanoi and Thanh Hoa province have refused to allow Le Quoc Quan, a lawyer and activist, and bloggers Maria To Phong Tan and Paul Tran Minh Nhat to receive visits from their church leaders and have prevented them from receiving Communion. Maria is serving a ten-year prison sentence in a harsh labour camp; she has been beaten by other inmates. Pray that the Lord will sustain and build up the faith of our brothers and sister as they cry out to Him in their need (Psalm 142:6). Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Sun, Jul 2014 00:00

    © Barnabas Fund 1997 - 2014 All rights reserved.
    Barnabas Fund & Barnabas Aid are registered trade marks