World Prayer Today

A new country, a new life

March 23, 2018

Today on our world prayer tour, we’re traveling on our knees through the beautiful but spiritually sparse land of Sweden. Thru the Bible has broadcasted there for many years without hearing much from listeners. Today, however, we can pray for a new people group in Sweden who are responsive to the gospel.

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The gift of intercession

March 21, 2018

The gift of intercession goes both ways. When we intercede, we bring others’ needs before God’s throne. But even as we do this act of service, our hearts are strengthened, too. As we pray for people in a different country day after day on our world prayer tour, our faith and spiritual confidence grow, too.

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What does the Word of God feel like to you?

March 20, 2018

The Bible is full of metaphors describing what God’s Word is like. Psalm 119:105 says that God’s Word is a lamp to our feet and a light to our path. Jeremiah 15:16 describes God’s words as food that we eat and are satisfied. A listener in France describes God’s Word in another interesting way.

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“It’s a good way to end”

March 19, 2018

A ninety-year-old woman, Frau Gyuláné in Belgium, wrote recently that she and her husband have walked with God for their entire adult lives. As they near the end and their bodies begin to fail, they trust God even more.

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Taking God’s Word to Rwanda

March 14, 2018

Today’s stop on our world prayer tour brings us to the country of Rwanda where one of our newer Thru the Bible’s productions in the Kinyarwanda language is going strong!

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Off the wrong path, into God’s hands

March 09, 2018

Raj from Goa, India, wrote to us recently about how his life went from spiraling down the wrong path to being safe in God’s hands. Perhaps his story has a familiar ring to it—and perhaps you’re praying for someone you love to make a turnaround like this.

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Praying by faith

March 07, 2018

Today God is at work, bringing His Word to the most surprising places through radio, the Internet, television, and more.

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