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M5 – Pray for the Muslim World
M5 is a prayer initiative inviting Christians to spend at least 5 minutes in prayer twice a week to pray for Muslims to become Jesus-followers; to understand Jesus’ love for them and that He paid the price for their sins so that they can have full assurance of God’s forgiveness and have complete assurance of going to heaven. Subscribe now and stay informed of prayer needs in the Muslim world. You can also join our weekly ISA Prayer Watch via WApp, which focusses on prayer issues regarding Muslims in South Africa.
Watch More than Dreams, which are five true stories of Muslims whose lives were transformed when they saw Jesus Christ in a dream or a vision. May this encourage you to continue in fervent prayer for the Muslim world!
Father, I ask for open doors to spread the Gospel. “Devote yourself to prayer that God may open a door to proclaim Christ.”(Colossians 4:2-3)
On Saturday 25 August 2018, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh held demonstrations and prayer gatherings to mark the one-year anniversary of their flight from Myanmar’s Rakhine state.
The constant stream of refugees to Europe is increasing the crisis. It is also a huge opportunity for the church to reach these people.
People are displaced on a daily basis because they need to flee ongoing violence (political and religious) between warring factions, disunity, greed and century-old wounds that “demand revenge.”
As thousands are seeking truth and finding the way to Jesus over the last number of years – a critical need is rising for Biblical leaders for this new generation of believers in Jesus.
Muslims are meeting Jesus through miraculous dreams and visions, but they are also coming to know Christ as Saviour through interactions with His followers.
Many Christians in Muslim majority nations are imprisoned or have court cases against them.
Wuqoof (standing at Arafat) is the day when Muslims believe their minor and major sins are forgiven. Missing this part of the pilgrimage makes it pointless and therefore the most important part of the Hajj. Then, on the last day, they need to perform 5 sacred acts to conclude the Hajj.
During these days, around three million Muslims from all over the world flock to Mecca to perform sacred acts and follow the steps of Muhammad, their prophet. In 2018, the Hajj will start on August 18th and last for three or more days.
Praying through the Arabian Peninsula is asking for 100,000 people from around the world to join in prayer and fasting for the two million Muslims going on the Hajj, the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca on 19-21 August 2018.
After an upset win in the parliamentary elections, Iraqi Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr has pledged to support the Christian community.
In 1990 there were literally nearly no known Christians in Afghanistan. But something happened!