Islam teaches that Muslims are born into Islam, inheriting the religion of their parents. Christianity teaches the opposite, each person must make a personal decision to follow Christ and His teachings. Today we pray into this issue and ask for God to give grace to Muslims in Morocco to question this teaching that they inherited their religion from their parents.
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
We are called to live in freedom. “[Jesus said:] Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free” (John 8:32).
Pray for Christians from a Muslim background in Morocco to root themselves in the freedom they have in Christ.
“Yes, even today when they read Moses’ writings, their hearts are covered with a veil, and they do not understand” (2 Cor 3:15).
Lord, remove the veil. Remove the blinders that keep Muslims from seeing the truth of Christ. May the gospel liberate people from blindness. May the principalities and powers and spiritual forces of evil in Morocco (Eph 6) be shut down, silenced, broken, rendered impotent. Jesus, your cross conquered the powers: the powers of death, Satan, and his kingdom. You have won the victory. And now, Lord, we call on your presence and power, your angels and ministers, to move in the spiritual realm in Morocco. As Daniel prayed and angels were dispatched and fought wars in the heavenly places, we believe your angels are on the move in Morocco, and we expect spiritual breakthrough this month of Ramadan.
Pray that God would protect Christians in Morocco from distractions and false teachings.
Lord Jesus, your words are life. May we say ‘yes’ to life-giving connection to God, which comes as we obey, as we practice, as we put into action our faith.
Lord, allow believers in Morocco to reject passive, consumerist tendencies in their faith. Instead, empower them to be a priesthood of believers, a holy nation, called for a purpose, commissioned by God to render into the world the rule and reign of Christ. Let them shine the goodness of Christ’s light into the shadow and chaos of this present darkness.
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