R26 Laylat al-Qadr / Pakistan

Today is Laylat al-Qadr. 30Days is recognizing this auspicious day of Ramadan with a single prayer request:

  • Pray for supernatural revelation of Jesus in dreams and visions during this night. Think of Muslims in your city, your region or your country or elsewhere. Ask God to guide your prayers. At the same time pray that people who have revelations will soon meet believers who can help them become disciples (Acts 10:1-48).

Laylat al-Qadr happens to fall in our schedule on the day slated for prayer for Muslims in Pakistan. Pray also for them:

  • Pray that the growing undercurrents of dissatisfaction will not erupt into widespread violence but open their hearts to new options, especially the Gospel.
  • Pray for the Pakistani church, historically small, weak and divided, to be renewed and set on fire with a vision for ministry to their neighbours. Pray for literature and other resources to be produced in the heart languages of the people.
  • Pray that the power of folk-Islam, including the power of charms, curses and amulets, would be broken and that people would be free to respond to the Gospel.
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4 responses to “R26 Laylat al-Qadr / Pakistan

  • Pope Pipolo

    A very cunning website!

    Search for truth instead of wanting others to convert, my dear Missionaries. I also hope that the conquered natives from all over the world that were forced to convert and massacred in the name of the Cross, forgive you on Judgement Day.

    • JR

      Hey Pope!

      Thanks for reading and commenting. If you poke around the site a bit more, you’ll see that we’re not in the business of “converting” anybody, and we certainly have no desire to force anybody into anything in the name of the cross. We’re in the business of understanding, love and sharing. That’s it. Yes, we have beliefs, just like anybody else on the planet, and yes, our beliefs demand that we share what we have found to be True, but we’re not forcing anybody into anything, massacring anybody or conquering anybody.

      We respect and appreciate the beauty of Central Asian culture, and we love the people of Central Asia. I don’t even mean this in a theoretical or hypothetical way–I personally have met and know Central Asians currently living in Central Asia and I count them (including non-Believers) among some of my dearest friends.

  • ngamia

    am certain that its out love that we are driven to share our faith with anyone on line and even face to face Pope u need only love, that covers so much sin : do not fear men when you get convicted allow your heart to speak to your conciense. Jesus loves and cares for every soul I believe you have a soul.

    • JR


      Thank you for your comment. It is indeed out of love and respect for others that Zhartvystan exists. I remind you (and all others who may comment in response to Pope as well), that we are not called, nor are we responsible to convert people. We are called merely to love and share.

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