Tag Archives: persecuted Christians

Safe Worship

Last year, Christians were attacked while worshiping in here in the US, and in Egypt and Nigeria. Around the world, many of our brothers and sisters in Christ meet together in secret, hoping to avoid violent confrontations. Let us pray … Continue reading

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Christmas Shelter

  As we celebrate Christmas, let’s pause and pray for our brothers and sisters who are in unsafe places: persecuted Christians worshiping in secret, those who are in war zones, ones on the run or in refugee camps, the poor … Continue reading

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Four-Face Prayers for North Korea

I posted a year ago on the four faces of prayer. Which face are you? Man Lion Ox Eagle The man face has a heart of compassion: Lord, be a safe fortress for your persecuted children. The lion’s protective eye … Continue reading

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Safe Shelter

God’s put a phrase on my heart: Safe Shelter. It’s a prayer assignment. A changing prayer assignment that I’ll share with you. Every week, I’ll post a prayer for safe shelter–for different people, suffering different circumstances, needing our prayers.   … Continue reading

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Jesus Is Worth It All. Absolutely

Last week we saw the movie, “The Insanity of God” (it will shown again, 7 PM on September 13, in theaters across the country–learn more about it here). Persecuted Christians were asked: “Is Jesus worth it?” The joy on their … Continue reading

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Less Blessed

    Let us remember those who are persecuted for their faith.     Matthew 5:10 (NIV) Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. And all this time I’ve been thinking … Continue reading

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Costly Faith

We mourn for the nine godly souls who died in the Charleston church shooting. Here in America, church is usually a safe place to praise, pray and study the Bible. Elsewhere,  these activities end in financial loss, imprisonment or death. … Continue reading

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Lent: A Call to a Cause

Tuesday, I suggested that you add prayer to your schedule as a Lenten sacrifice. Wednesday, I suggested that you make that a prayer for someone you don’t much like. Here’s another option. Pray for a cause, a situation, circumstances that … Continue reading

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