Why We Pray


This is the reason why we pray for the losts, the unreached people and Bibleless people in the world.

We pray because we know God will bend down and hear our prayer.

We pray because God will answer in His glory and glorified in all the answred prayers.

So thankful for every moment we cab pray, we seek Him and will be found by Him.

Pray for Jakarta

Flood water in Jakarta

Central Jakarta via The Jakarta Globe

Heavy flooding has hit Indonesia’s capital in recent days and its Governor has declared a state of emergency.

Flooding is usual in Jakarta but normally affects the lower lying areas of the city. This flood has inundated even the grounds of the Presidential Palace.

At least ten thousand people have been displaced and the effects are wide spread, see more pictures of the devastation here.

Please lift up the people of Jakarta during this time and pray for their recovery in the days ahead.




Pray for Jakarta

From the The 30 Days of Prayer Network:

“Here in Jakarta, all the threads come together as the politics and the economy of the nation are decided. Jakarta, while lacking any real power of attraction for tourists, holds much promise for every Indonesian who wishes to try his luck here. It is so alluring to the Indonesians, that as many as 26 million people live in the urban radius of influence of the city (known as Jabodetabek), and each year many hundreds of thousands more join them. Every ethnic group in Indonesia is represented in Jakarta; in the meantime the Muslim Betawi, the original settlers of the area, have shrunk to a small minority.”

Read the rest here.

And remember to pray for Jakarta.


HT: @apeopleloved