As the summer months come, pray for those who are living in the low lands and along the sea in a country where there have been frequent power outages as well as lack of supplies. Pray that their basic needs will be met even in the heat of the summer. Pray that fighting will stop in their country and that rebuilding will begin.
"Will you help me go to America?", asked a young Yemeni man who left his country to work in another. He sees no future, as he waits tables in a restaurant. He now lives in a country where there are many believers in Christ. Pray that he will hear the Truth and experience the Hope which Christ offers.
Please pray for believers who are currently working on military bases in this one Arabian Peninsula country. What an opportunity to shine the light of Christ among the most powerful people in these restricted places. Pray for divine appointments and opportunities to share the Good News with those who are ready to receive it. Pray that the various forms of the Good News that have already been spoken would take root and bear fruit in God's good timing!
Pray against the fear of man since the military can be intimidating. Pray that the fear of God would rule in the believers' hearts and that they would be protected by the full armor of God.
Pray for the believers around the Arabian Peninsula who are struggling with how to share their faith in places where they could face much opposition for doing so. Pray that God will give them wisdom in conversations and boldness at the right moments.
Pray against a spirit of fear or timidity. "For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile." - Romans 1:16
PTAP is excited to share its new prayer guide for 2016 and beyond! Download the new guide at: http://www.prayforap.com/downloads/countrytopicsA4.pdf. You can then start praying for the Arabian Peninsula with this updated information. Please share this with all of your friends, family, and churches. You can download it anytime from PTAP's website: http://www.prayforap.com