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Prayer Lifeline—February 22, 2017


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“God is able to do much more than we ask or think through His power working in us. May we see His shining-greatness in the church. May all people in all time honor Christ Jesus. Let it be so” (Ephesians 3:20-21 NLV). May we approach the throne of grace with confidence, knowing that God will work in us and through our prayers as we lift these praises and requests to Him.

PRAISES

Argentina: Brad and Kristy Weinert shared that Luz Maldonado, the first resident at the Christian university residence in Córdoba, is scheduled to leave on February 28 for Peru, where she will be involved in Bible translation. Although she is nervous, she is also excited and grateful, knowing that she is not going alone but with an entire team behind her. The Weinerts’ local church in Córdoba is one of Luz’s ministry partners, a true testament to the way missions is growing in Argentina.

Uganda: Jonathan and Lisa Mayo praise the Lord for a partnering church that has generously given toward the purchase of a tent to be used at Moi University outside Eldoret, Kenya. The tent is part of a University Discipleship Movement church plant that will reach the community and university students. Continue to pray for the remaining funds needed for a floor in the tent, chairs, a toilet block, etc., and that God will move mightily in and through this new congregation and the discipleship groups that have already been formed.

REQUESTS

Hungary: Budapest is struggling with severe smog that is forcing children to stay inside, causing many people to have coughs, and blocking the sun with a blanket of thick grayness. According to Gabor and Meg Dul, the smog is stealing their breath, health, and joy. Hungarians are also facing a spiritual smog that is blocking their view of the Son. Please pray for fresh air for Hungary and that a strong wind of the Holy Spirit will bring the power, warmth, and love of Christ into plain view for those who need to know Him as their Savior.

Harvest Workers: Galatians 6:9 (MSG) states, “So let’s not allow ourselves to get fatigued doing good. At the right time we will harvest a good crop if we don’t give up, or quit. Right now, therefore, every time we get the chance, let us work for the benefit of all, starting with the people closest to us in the community of faith.” Join us in praying for more workers as we trust God for a glorious harvest. (If you or someone you know is interested in serving, contact recruiting@wgm.org.)

The Call Prayer Calendar (February 19–25): Pray for Kurt and Cynthia Zimmerman in their ministries at Santa Cruz Christian Learning Center in Bolivia. (This request was taken from the latest issue of The Call, WGM’s official magazine.)

P.S. To hear these praises and requests via the telephone, call 1.800.426.0846 (toll free). You may also print a copy at www.wgm.org/printlifeline.

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