Muslims worldwide begin a season of fasting and prayer, of seeking for spiritual truth, today. Join your heart with Christians worldwide, asking God to reveal Jesus the Savior to Muslims during Ramadan. Find helpful info at the link below.
Most Muslims in the U.S. conclude Ramadan – their grueling month of fasting and prayer – at sundown tonight with a celebration called “Eid al-Fitr.” If God so leads, you might consider joining your observant Muslim friends’ feast tonight. Possibly bring some food as a gift. Ask questions. Discover what the month was like for them, whether they had visions or dreams, if perhaps God spoke to them about Jesus. It happens – often. Be ready to gently but clearly point them to the “man” they may have seen in dreams, to share with them how that “man” Jesus has paid for their sins, relieving them from demanding laws and regulations. Many are especially spiritually open just now. Seize the moment!
Ramadan, viewed as a holy month by the Islamic community, begins today. Observant Muslims worldwide will follow a strict fast for the next 30 days, replacing meals with prayer.
Our Muslim friends and neighbors may be more open to spiritual matters this month. Consider praying they will see and hear the truth of Jesus, recognizing him as the only means of salvation. Here’s a link to a guide on Islam and how to pray for your Muslim friends this month.
Information about the annual international 30 Days Muslim prayer focus for Christians, to pray for and learn about the Muslim world.
Starting today, you have a unique opportunity to pray for your Muslim friends and for Muslims worldwide. Today is the start of Ramadan, the month of fasting prescribed by Islam. As Muslims fast and pray this month, you can pray for God to move, to speak, to reveal Himself and His salvation through Jesus Christ.
Check out this link and commit to interceding on behalf of all whom God desires to call to Himself.