Muslims pray prescribed prayers five times a day. Lord, as people from Morocco turn to Christ, teach them how to keep spiritual rhythms, turning it into an intimate time with you and not simply a ritual.
Each of us who comes to Christ must repent of and renounce every pact, promise, or identity we held before faith in Christ. Join us in praying for our brothers and sisters in Christ from a Muslim background as they repent of their former identity as Muslims. This prayer is inspired by chapter 7 and 8 of Liberty to the Captives by Mark Durie
In the gospels, Jesus says “I tell you the truth” 78 times and declares that we can only come to God through truth: “God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in spirit and in truth” (John 4:21).
Pray for Christians from a Muslim background in Morocco to grow each day in worshiping God in spirit and in truth.
“You are the God who works wonders; you have made known your might among the people of Morocco” (Psalm 77:14).
O Lord, Sovereign over Morocco! We come to you today, again, to sing your praise and declare your worth. You are worthy! You alone work wonders! You are the miracle maker, the Creator God, the One by whom all things came into being and through whom all life is sustained. Lord, demonstrate your might and power in Morocco. Truly, You alone are God.
Pray for great clarity (even generational maps that highlight key issues: https://zume.training/generational-mapping/) about areas where Christians in Morocco may be distracted or deceived, making their work for the Lord just busyness and not genuinely fruitful.
Lord, we remember our brothers and sisters today from non-Christian backgrounds. They did not grow up learning about you and what you’re like. And so we pray, Lord, that you would recreate them, that you would transform their thoughts and feelings about God, and conform their beliefs to the reality of your Goodness.
Lord, have mercy. Christ, have mercy. Spirit, have mercy.
Use these resources to help pray specifically each day.
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