Today, we cry out for the Libyans living in the less-populated, desert regions of the south and ask for you to open up doors for workers to go into the towns of Sabha, Ghat, Murzuq and Al Jawf. We pray for there to be a presence of believers in each of these towns so that the lost living in these places have opportunities to hear the good news!
Thank you Father for a Libyan woman who recently asked for a copy of the Word. We ask that as she reads, she would be given a spirit of understanding and the veil would be lifted from her eyes to see Jesus as the Messiah.
In Acts 16, we read the story of the Philippian jailer who after hearing the Word, “he was baptized at once, he and all his family.” (Acts 16:33) We boldly ask for entire households to come to faith in Libya, Lord. Let us begin to see families believing and being baptized together!
Father, we praise you for the work you’re doing in the hearts of believers to forgive those who have hurt them and to be reconciled to one another. We continue to ask for unity of the Spirit among believers and for each of them to “put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony.” (Col 3:14)
Father, we’re asking that in Libya today there would be men who have “Damascus road” encounters with you! After Ananias laid his hands upon Saul, “immediately something like scales fell from his eyes, and he regained his sight.” (Acts 9:18) Lord, let the scales fall from their eyes and help them to see you clearly!
Oh Lord, we long to see 2nd and 3rd generations of believers in this land! We ask for multiplying growth in your church and for seeds to be sown into good soil that would reproduce 30, 60 and 100 fold! ds
All public schools are on a two week break right now which means many families are traveling. Father, we pray for Libyans who are traveling outside the country to have opportunity to hear the good news of the kingdom. Let seeds be sown into their hearts and let your Word be accompanied with signs and wonders!