Loving and praying for enemies demonstrates we are our heavenly father's children (Matthew 5:44). This group is for mutual encouragement among those who are praying by name for people who the FBI accuses of "acts of terrorism."
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  • Thanks for starting this group. What a powerful way to be the light and show the worldthe love of Jesus. Mathew 14 and 15

    14 “You are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden. 15 Nor do they light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house.

  • I'm sure it was foiled by our great God in responce to prayer from His children who are standing in the gap on behalf of this land, for His glory to be restored; so we can excellerate the fulfilling of the great commission, with the great commandment! For His soon coming!!! We have much of our Fathers work to do!
  • I'm sure ATFP will be posting prayer pages soon for the Iranian-American who was arrested recently at JFK for a bombing and assassination plot along with his Iranian Qods Force handler who's still at large. An intriguing plot intercepted and foiled by the FBI.
  • I've heard of this before else where, I'm glad it made it here! I will be looking for & praying about who the Lord wants me to adopt. Thanks!
  • thanks Sally. It's great for people to join together virtually in this prayer topic.

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Adopt a Terrorist For Prayer

Here is my idea for memorializing 9/11 in a way that will have profound spiritual impact. "Adopt" a terrorist for prayer through ATFP.org because . . . 1. Love conquers fear (1 John 4:18). Terrorism inspires fear. Fear causes response of flight (“Islam is peaceful”) or fight (“Muslims are evil”). Without love, we lack objectivity, become reactive victims, and follow popular paths of least resistance into either denial or anxiety. With love we seize productive initiative. 2. Prayer for enemies…

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