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Prayer Points 27th November 2023
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Clark and Hazel – Give thanks for open doors in Gaborone to teach God’s Word to children and adults. Pray the Lord would water the seed planted, and for many to come in faith to Christ for salvation.
Stuart and Wendy – Pray for the work of Amano Christian School, and for the pupils who attend. Pray they will come to understand their need and trust Christ as their Lord and Saviour.
Andrew and Alison – Pray for Andrew and Alison as they visit the local believers to encourage and disciple them. Pray this will help the church to be built up, as they serve Him in the community.
Margaret – Give thanks that about 40 people came to the English Christmas carol programme in the village on Saturday 25 November, the first one since 2019, and supported for the thirtieth time by Welsh friends from Dinas Powys. This event has been taking place since 1983.
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
Colin and Rosemary – Colin and Rosemary would value prayer for outreach events planned in the lead up to Christmas, as well as the distribution of 2024 gospel calendars. Pray for an impact in the lives of people from the community as they encounter God’s Word.
Rod and Debbie – Give thanks for the work Rod and Debbie are involved in as they train and equip the local church in ministry. Pray they will be strengthened and encouraged as they lead in this work.
CROSS-CULTURAL MISSION (UK)
Ayham and Emma – Pray for Ayham and Emma as they seek to reach people from various communities with the gospel, particularly among Arabic-speaking and Muslim people. Pray the Lord will open doors as they show God’s love in practical ways.
PRAYERCAST – RWANDA
Watch this short video* to encourage prayer for Rwanda
- Pray for national economic growth to benefit the most vulnerable Rwandans, including subsistence farmers.
- Pray for Christ-centred forgiveness, healing, and reconciliation in communities torn apart by genocide.
- Pray for believers to fully embrace their identity as God’s beloved.
*Click on the link to open external prayercast.com website
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
Following last week’s violent uprisings and subsequent arrests, pray for those who have been affected, including victims of the earlier knife attack. Pray also for emergency services and those in leadership with the responsibilities they have.
Give thanks for the release of some hostages over the weekend, and for the pause in fighting. Pray that a long-term solution would be found and for a lasting and just peace in this area.