Tuesday’s Prayers for Prisoners (10/13/2015)

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Have you ever wondered if I always fast on Tuesdays and Thursdays or do I sometimes fake it? You know, write the article and then go out for a large pepperoni pizza at Papa Johns. Who would know, right? So, here’s my rule of thumb: if I don’t write an article, I didn’t fast that day. Simple enough, okay?

But all rules have exceptions…even this one. 

Today, I took my wife to breakfast at the Swing Inn Cafe in Old Town Temecula. There was no specific reason for doing so, except that it felt right according to my spirit. Fasting, like almost everything else, has to be backed by the Holy Spirit because the Spirit gives our efforts life whereas just following the letter of the law will always bring death.

Today, I prayed:

Lord, I come boldly to Your throne of grace asking for Your mercy and grace to fall upon the people of Asia in their time of need. (Based on Hebrews 4:16)

Join with me on Tuesdays to fast and pray for prisoners in Asia, according to Hebrews 13:3.

Why Asia?

1. 4.4 billion people live in Asia.

2.. 85.4% of world’s unevangelized people live in Asia. (Unevangelized means they may have heard the gospel but have no understanding on how to respond.)

3. The world’s three largest non-Christian religions – Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhists – are based in Asia.

4. Of the 37 countries of the world that are less than 10% Christian, 32 are in Asia. Of the 14 countries, that are less than 2% Christian, 12 are in Asia.

5. 85-90% of unreached people live in Asia. (Unreached means that they have never heard the name of Jesus.) (Operation World: The Definitive Prayer Guide to Every Nation)



Filed under Asia, Christianity, Church, Fasting, Kingdom of God, Poverty, Prayer, spiritual warfare

2 responses to “Tuesday’s Prayers for Prisoners (10/13/2015)

  1. God bless you , Mr. Larry, as He leads you by His Spirit into all things. Praying with you for grace and mercy to fall upon the people of Asia.
    I did a prayer / poem from 2 Corinthians 5:17.

    You are a
    new creation

    old things have
    passed away

    behold I’ve made
    all things new

    and delight in you
    each day.

  2. Debbie,

    What a powerful poem. God bless you today.

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