God, we love you! As your Church, help us do what it takes to let the people of Jordan grasp the Good News that our redemption is IN Christ! (Romans 3:24)
My name is Khalid and I am a follower of Jesus in Morocco. My abusive Father died this year and I am the oldest in my family. It is my job to care for my mother and my siblings. I want to do much more than my cultural duty for my family. As a follower of Jesus, I want to love them well. My mother has been telling me the change she has noticed in me and what a good son I am. I know this is because of Jesus but she does not yet know this. I have been talking to her about living my life fully surrendered to God. I am finding ways to share verses that help us as a family know God’s love and truth together. Pray for me and my family as I bring them on a journey of discovering who God is and how we, as a family, can live our lives in full knowledge of Him and surrender to Him. Pray for believers in Jordan who, like Khalid, are trying to lead their family on a journey to Christ.
“He who testifies to these things says, “Surely I am coming soon.” Amen. Come, Lord Jesus!” (Revelation 22:20 ESV).
Lord Jesus, would you write the maranatha cry on the hearts of the church in Jordan such that their lives and their words would raise up a shout in harmony: “Come, Lord Jesus!” (Revelation 22:20) Grant each follower in Jordan eternal hope in the glory of your return.
As you look at this image, how does God lead you to pray for these people?
“Some wish to live within the sound of a chapel bell; I wish to run a rescue mission within a yard of hell.” – C. T. Studd
How could this quote inspire you to pray for Jordanians? For yourself?
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God, we love you! As your Church, help us do what it takes to let the people of Jordan grasp the Good News that Jesus knowingly took one step after another toward Jerusalem knowing He would be condemned to death, mocked, flogged, crucified and then be raised on the third day! (Matthew 20:19)Read
God, we love you! As your Church, help us do what it takes to let the people of Jordan grasp the Good News that Jesus' cross was the one place in the world's history in which your Father's justice AND mercy were simultaneously fulfilled as He was marred beyond human semblance, despised, rejected, sorrowful, acquainted with grief, smitten, afflicted, pierced, crushed, chastised, and anguished (Isaiah 52-53) so that WE don't have to be.Read