Prayer Burdens & Weekly Pursuit – Week 3 of July


Prayer Burdens:



Pray for the Turkish people especially the contacts of the saints; may the Lord touch them and give them a spirit of wisdom and revelation so that they can be saved from religion and darkness.



Pray for the saints to be covered, protected and preserved during the social unrest and Covid-19 epidemic.



1. Pray for the upcoming Summer Video Training on the books of Joshua, Judges and Ruth, that the saints can participate in the up-to-date speaking of the ministry and be one with the speaking and burden of the Lord.

2. Pray for the upcoming fall term of the FTTND, that the Lord can cover all the trainees and the serving ones so that their spirit, soul and body be preserved complete.



1. Pray for the translation of the Recovery Version of the New Testament into Bengali to be completed in 5 years and for the translators to be strengthened to have a proper understanding for translation.

2. Pray for more saints and families to participate in the daily prayer of the brothers and the weekly prayer of the sisters, having a subjective relationship with the Lord and becoming functioning members in the church life.

Weekly Pursuit:



Heb. 4:2 “The word heard did not profit them, not being mixed together with faith in those who heard.”



Our Christian life and church life are absolutely a covenant life. In verse after verse of the New Testament, we find God’s promises. I want to give you one of them, which I have experienced very much. “No temptation has taken you except that which is common to man; but God is faithful, who will not let you be tempted beyond what you are able, but will with the temptation make also the way out, that you may be able to endure it”. There is a verse for every circumstance that you face. If you hold on to God’s covenant, I can promise you that, regardless of what happens to you, there is a verse as a living promise for you to rely upon and live by. We all need to learn how to live under God’s covenant. We should not be threatened or frightened by the clouds of our convictions, feelings, and environments. We are under God’s covenant, fully under His blessing. There is no more condemnation, no more judgment, no more curse. Death has been abolished. In the church, we continually enjoy life. Everything is life. Do not be frightened about losing your job or your health. Do not be threatened by any dark or negative thing. We are the covenanted people, and we have a verse of promise to meet every situation. We must stand under the covenant and not believe in any failure, weakness, darkness, or negative thing. Our destiny is under the blood-sprinkled covenant. (Life-study of Genesis, ch.32)

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