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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.

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Daily Prayer - Friday 15 August 2014 

Pray for Meriam Yahia Ibrahim (27), a Christian woman in Sudan who has been sentenced to death for apostasy. Meriam was born to a Christian mother and Muslim father; her father left home when she was six, and she was raised as a Christian. But although she has never practised Islam, under sharia law she was judged to have abandoned it because, as the child of a Muslim parent, she is deemed to have begun life as a Muslim. She was also found guilty of adultery and sentenced to 100 lashes, because her husband is a Christian and according to sharia a Muslim woman may not marry a non-Muslim man. Pray that Meriam may be spared the punishments for these offences and that she may be set free and reunited with her husband.

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Daily Prayer - Thursday 14 August 2014

Praise God that the United Nations Human Rights Council has passed a strong resolution on North Korea’s abuse of human rights and has requested the UN Security Council to take action. The resolution “...

 

Daily Prayer - Wednesday 13 August 2014

Our Father, we pray for Christians in Brunei as the authorities there begin to enforce a new penal code based on sharia law. We pray that You will protect them from the harsh punishments laid down in ...

 

Daily Prayer - Tuesday 12 August 2014

Saudi Arabia remains unique in the extent to which it restricts the public expression of any religion other than Islam.” The US Commission on International Religious Freedom report for 2014 has drawn...

 

Daily Prayer - Monday 11 August 2014

Lift up to the Lord eight Christians in Iran who were rounded up during a social picnic on 5 March and interrogated. The believers were arrested near the city of Shush-e-Daniel, blindfolded and questi...

 

Daily Prayer - Sunday 10 August 2014

Christians in Tanzania are experiencing increased discrimination and violence at the hands of the country’s Muslims. In Muslim-majority Zanzibar, a church on Mafia island was targeted in an arson atta...

 

Daily Prayer - Saturday 09 August 2014

“They have been hunting for me directly and indirectly, because when I left them and converted to Christianity it pained them so much.” Hassan Muwanguzi is a former sheikh in Uganda who has suffered g...

 
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    • “If they persecuted me, they will persecute you also,” said the Lord Jesus (John 15:20). According to the Pew Centre for Research, Christians face religious oppression in 151 of the world’s countries, whether direct or indirect. On this Barnabas Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, let us remember our brothers and sisters facing tremendous pressures of all kinds because of their faithfulness to Christ and help them with our prayers (Philippians 1:19). Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed 10 hours ago

    • Hardline Buddhist groups in Sri Lanka are becoming increasingly militant, and in two recent incidents Christians were hospitalised with injuries sustained in mob violence. The General Secretary of one such group, Ravana Balaya, which launched an anti-Christian campaign on 15 July, said they would “advise” Christians to halt their activities but, if the Christians failed to take heed, the group would take firmer action. Pray for Christians in Sri Lanka who face opposition from their neighbours, and ask God to protect them from further violence as they seek to maintain their witness (Acts 4:19-20). Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Fri, Oct 2014 00:00

    • Since General al-Sisi became President of Egypt in June, Christians in the country have felt the pressure upon them ease off somewhat. However, a convert from Islam, Bishoy Armia Boulous, previously known as Mohammed Hegazy, remains in prison. He was rearrested on 4 December 2013, charged with defaming Islam after he fi led a public lawsuit to change the religious affiliation listed on his national identification card from Muslim to Christian. Please pray that there will be genuine religious liberty for Christians from a Muslim background as well as those born into Christian families. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Thu, Oct 2014 00:00

    • Lift up in prayer Christians living in Minya, Egypt whose homes were attacked on 5 August by local Muslims. The violence broke out after Muslims learned that believers in Yaacoub planned to build a new church. Opposition to construction of church buildings is one of the most common reasons behind anti-Christian attacks Scores of Egyptian churches were attacked following the removal of Mohammed Morsi by Muslims in Egypt. Restrictions on the building of churches, a cause of hardship for Christians for many years, were lifted in Egypt’s recent new constitution. Pray that the assailants will be brought to justice and that the plans for the local church building will continue. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Wed, Oct 2014 00:00

    • Give thanks that ten Egyptian churches destroyed in anti-Christian attacks last year have now been reopened. Around 60 churches across Egypt were attacked by Islamists in the summer of 2013. The assaults were provoked by the ouster of former president Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood. Although the current Egyptian government has promised to rebuild all the damaged churches, most of the Christians have not yet received aid and some are worshipping in ruined buildings. Pray that the rebuilding process will continue and that the Lord will protect His people in Egypt, especially while they are still meeting in damaged buildings. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Tue, Oct 2014 00:00

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