Prayer Burdens & Weekly Pursuit – Week 4 of January


Prayer Burdens:



Pray for the heart and time of the saints to be prepared to participate in the winter video training in the first and second weeks of February and for them to be supplied through the word of the ministry.



Pray for the propagation in Dhaka to gain more young people and young working saints through continuous door-knocking and shepherding.



Pray for the campus work in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap; may the Lord gain more young people to be attracted by Him to follow Him.


East Timor

Pray for the establishment of the core service structure in Dili, so that brothers of different language groups can coordinate and serve in one accord.



Pray for more saints to come to Turkey for coordination and propagation.



Pray for the ministry of the age to spread out to the whole country and gain good materials for the building up of the Body through the distribution of 7 Rhema books.


Weekly Pursuit:




Zech. 10:8 “I will whistle for them and gather them, for I have redeemed them; and they will multiply as they have multiplied.”




The prophecy in Zechariah 10 concerns the Lord’s loving visitation to Israel, which is actually Christ’s coming to Israel. “Ask rain of Jehovah / At the time of spring rain, / Of Jehovah who makes the lightning, / And He will give them showers of rain, / To everyone herbage in the field” (v. 1). This indicates that we all need to pray for the Lord’s abundant blessing. “Jehovah of hosts has visited His flock, the house of Judah, / And will make them like His horse of majesty in battle” (3b). After being touched by the Shepherd, every weak sheep will become a horse of majesty. The Lord’s whistling is mentioned in verse 8. Often during our time of morning revival, the Lord whistles to us, calling us and gathering us to Him. “I will strengthen them in Jehovah, / And they will walk about in His name, / Declares Jehovah” (v. 12). This indicates that Jehovah will strengthen His people in Himself. They will then walk about in His name, which is to have their being in God’s name.


Often after we enjoy such a loving visitation, our situation changes. In His visitation He encourages us to seek more blessings。We are not that bold or strong, but after the Lord’s visitation with His dear touch, we are strengthened to become horses of majesty in battle. Eventually, the Lord strengthens us in Himself so that we may walk about in His name. (Life-study of Zechariah, msg. 10)

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