Prayer Directives 11/25/19


  • Prayers for Thanksgiving – This week in America all across the country, people will be celebrating with friends and family together giving prayers for thanksgiving and praise. Let us thank and praise our God for all He has done, in our lives, our country, our families for so much. Our God is faithful, and incredibly worthy of our praise!


  • President Trump – After two weeks of impeachment hearings, let’s pray that during Thanksgiving, God will refresh, and restore President Trump’s strength.  Praise God that He has ultimate victory over the darkness. (Jude 1:25). Pray the opposite of what took place during the hearings. Pray for truth where there has been deception. Pray for revelation where there is concealment. Pray for protection where there is a threat (or a perceived threat). (Eph 5:6-11)


  • PM Benyamin Netanyahu – According to World Israel News, on Thursday Israel’s Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, charged Netanyahu with fraud, breach of trust and accepting bribes in three different matters. It is the first time a sitting Israeli prime minister has been charged with a crime. Mandelblit was set to issue a formal statement later in the day. Pray for a righteous outcome, for the truth to be revealed, for strength of mind and the shalom of God to rest upon Netanyahu during this time.


  • Global Ekklesia And Persecution Of The Church According to Open Doors USA regarding persecution of believers, “countries such as China and Vietnam—ranked 28th and 20th, respectively, on the 2019 World Watch List—are increasingly using new legislation and an extensive bureaucracy to control Christianity. For Christians in India (ranked 10th), and in Myanmar (ranked 18th), pressure is characterized by a combination of authoritarianism and ultra-nationalist tendencies. India entered the World Watch List Top 10 for the first time in 2019, joining Afghanistan, Pakistan, and North Korea, No. 1 for 18 consecutive years. Meanwhile, countries such as Indonesia, Laos, and Myanmar also have slowly made their way up the list in recent years. Pray for the church in South and East Asia, especially as we head into the holiday season—often a time when extremist activity and state arrests increase. Pray that God will protect them from extremists and confuse the militants’ plans. Protect them from state authorities who seek to arrest and imprison them, and close their churches. Pray that these precious brothers and sisters would lean into God’s wisdom, power and presence.

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