A tool for prayer

Attached is a prayer calendar for the month of May. Each day I have written a name of a friend who is far from God. That you would lift them up asking God to open the eyes and ears of his/her heart to see and to meet Jesus. Pray for the distorted filters to be removed and what is in the darkness would be brought to the light. Pray for strength and courage to ask the hard questions and not dismiss them in order to respect their teachers. Pray for opportunities to have deeper conversations that would allow for a healthy wrestling of the belief system.

We have entered the Ramadan season where my Muslim friends are fasting these 30 days. A great way I have learned about how to pray is through www.prayercast.com. I have signed up my email so every day, I get a 3 to 4 minute video sharing a different aspect of the Muslim world and ways to pray.

Would you make a commitment this next month to add a few minutes to your prayer time, maybe even with your family, to cry out for these people? That would be believe that we would see a breakthrough in every life!

Who is in your area of influence that you are encouraging spiritually to grow into maturity of the faith? I would love to pray for them and you taking steps to encourage them this next month intentionally.

About Sarah Bedi

Enjoying the journey unfold as God leads. Currently living in Stockholm enjoying rubbing shoulders with the nations. Learning more about God's heart and compassion. View all posts by Sarah Bedi

One response to “A tool for prayer

  • dwcheeks64

    Hi Sarah,

    Hope you are doing well. Thanks for the link.

    Stay safe

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    On Mon, Apr 27, 2020 at 4:43 PM Following and Fishing wrote:

    > Sarah Bedi posted: “It is no secret that prayer is our greatest weapon. > When we step into that ‘closet’ and cry out in faith and hope, something > miraculous happens in the heavenly places! This season has altered many > schedules and routines. It is a great opportunity to consi” >

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