Between the months of October and December, there are major missions taking place across Cambodia. There is a children’s mission with over six thousand children and could be more. There are major Christian companies supporting this work. Much of the finance I believe is coming from the national Cambodian church and the leaders. The main objective of the festival is to bring the love of Jesus Christ into the hearts and the minds of the Khmer people, to show the love of God and take them from darkness to light. But in all great moves of God there is major opposition. Sadly, there is jealousy, backbiting and squabbling. As Paul the apostle said, we do not battle with flesh and blood but powers, principalities and wickedness in high places.
I am sending out a request that in your prayer times you will lift the people, the pastors and the leaders in prayer. The one thing the devil hates is when the saints of God come together in unity. The pastors and the leaders are working 24/7. I believe many of them are tired, but as in a race, they will push through to the final objective, which is the major event in the Olympic Stadium between 5 and 7 December. So as the body of Christ we must stand with these brothers and sisters and see the power of God which could change the face of Cambodia forever. Please share this with your family, your friends and al those in the body of Christ. All of us who understand Cambodia believe this is the most amazing event to hit the nation for many years. May all the glory go back to the Lord Jesus Christ.
Rev Ross Rennie
Please pray for S, a teenager who has threatened suicide.
This is all the information we can publish, so please pray as the Holy Spirit leads you.
Please pray for the healing and protection of the mother of Joy in the Philippines, who has been admitted to hospital after suffering a heart attack.
Over a week after the Pakistan Supreme Court upheld the acquittal of Aasia Bibi on blasphemy charges, she remains confined in a locked room and is being prevented from leaving Pakistan to join her daughters in Canada, where they have been granted asylum.
Quoting Aman Ullah, who spoke to Aasia Bibi by telephone yesterday, Aljazeera reported that she is frustrated and frightened, uncertain of when she will be able to leave Pakistan.
“The door opens at food time only,” said Ullah, and she is allowed to make phone calls in the morning and again at night. He said she usually calls her daughters.
Bibi’s husband is with her, he said.
We reiterate our request that you pray that Aasia and her family will now be reunited, be relocated to a place of safety and enjoy the Lord’s permanent protection.
E requests our prayers following the death of her mother.
Please ask the Holy Spirit to be E’s comforter, the Lord Jesus to be the healer of the pain she is experiencing, and our heavenly Father to be her refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.
He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. (Psalms 147: 3)