Written by: Open Doors SA
Article source: JOY! Magazine
“Lord, make me a man of prayer.”
– Brother Andrew, Prayer: The Real Battle
It’s also one of the most rewarding prayers as it gives us the opportunity to stand on the spiritual battlefield with our brothers and sisters in Christ who suffer persecution because they serve Jesus.
When you pray for your persecuted family of faith, you help sustain and strengthen them.
So how can you pray for them?
This 5 November is the International Day of Prayer (IDOP) for the persecuted Church.
Unite with Open Doors in prayer for your persecuted family from 5-12 NOVEMBER and join us in praying for persecuted Christian children and their families.
Sign up for our special IDOP prayer points to strengthen them: www.opendoors.org.za/idop23
Date published: 30/09/2023
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