Each Friday, just after noon, several hundred million Muslims find their way to mosques around the world. In some places, almost the entire male population goes to the mosque and hears a sermon given by a religious leader. Typically the sermon will consist of moral and spiritual guidance for everyday life using references to the Qur’an, the traditions concerning Mohammed and examples from Islamic history.
In some countries Muslim preachers use their sermons to speak about how to not let the television and Internet dominate in the lives of children. Some references are made to international events, the Palestinians and others. Governments often give instructions to religious leaders in order to prevent using the pulpit for radical purposes.
- Pray for the leaders of mosques who are giving sermons today. May their zeal for God become rooted in real knowledge of God (Romans 10:1-4). May God reveal himself in the lives of Islamic preachers (pray for the men who give sermons in your area as well).
- Pray for the multitudes of young men traveling to a mosque right now. Pray for divine intervention so that they may taste salvation and real peace (Isaiah 9:6-7).
Psalms 103:1-22 NKJV
Romans 10:1-4 AMP
Galatians 4:22-25 AMP
Galatians 4:7 AMP
Romans 8:26 AMP
John 16:8 AMP
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From August 9th – September 9th 2010 Worldwide Mission Fellowship will be praying that Muslims around the world going through Ramadan will turn to Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour, this is in conjunction with similar prayer strategies around the world supported by Open Doors and 30 days of Prayer. Our ultimate prayer is for their salvation. The site will be updated daily at 05:45 GMT to coincide with our early morning prayer meeting so you can join us in prayer wherever you are.