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Last updated: Monday, March 20, 2023


Pray for Turkish Muslims

The Lord is providing opportunities.

This article is extremely encouraging. These days we keep seeing destruction in many forms. In the midst of destruction Jesus is moving through His servants.

“As they’d done so many times before, Matta* and his missionary coworkers walked into the tent camp in Turkey. Since Syrian refugees began populating the stretch of land over 10 years ago, erecting their makeshift dwellings of tarps and blankets, the missionaries had visited every week with food and other aid. Word of Matta’s Christian faith quickly spread throughout the Muslim community—and so did the distrust. Practically starving, the refugees would take the aid he offered with eyes to the ground or defiant stares that warned him to keep quiet. Sometimes they’d mob the truck, pushing and pulling and grabbing boxes. 

A lot has changed since those early days. Matta’s faithful presence at the camp and his proven compassion for the refugees earned him a level of trust. They no longer mobbed the truck, but instead waited respectfully in line, knowing he’d return with more aid. They sent their children to the tent school he started. Some of the women began asking him to pray for their children. Matta and the missionaries began distributing Bibles for children and adults—a bold act in any Muslim community. 

On this visit to the camp, Matta and his friends were met at the entrance by the man in charge of the camp. With stern expression, the man asked them to enter his tent. He poured them some tea and thanked them for the help they’d brought to his people. “Last week while you were distributing things to the children, you were praying, and you gave some people copies of the Bible,” he said. The sternness in his face seemed to deepen. Matta swallowed hard. “This is it,” he thought. “He’s angry with us and will tell us not to return…” 

Bracing himself to be excommunicated from the camp, Matta was shocked when the man called out to the nearby crowd: “Come over!” A man from the crowd walked toward them. “This man had surgery, and he wants your prayers for him,” the camp leader said. Matta looked wide-eyed at his smiling friends, and they gathered around the man to pray for him. 

They’d barely finished their prayer when someone cried out, “Come! Gather the children, and these men will pray that they will be protected from harm.” A group of barefooted children with dirty faces and ragged clothing gathered around the Christians, and suddenly the words of Jesus flooded Matta’s heart: “Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.” 

Little did he know, an 11-year-old boy in the camp named Abbud* had read these very words from one of the New Testaments Matta and the missionaries had distributed. With few toys or children’s books to occupy his attention, Abbud read the New Testament every night, frustrating his mother. “Do your schoolwork!” she often scolded. 

“Mother, you are like the disciples of the Prophet Jesus,” Abbud said. “You are keeping me from drawing close to the Prophet Jesus!” 

“Where did you learn this?” she asked. Abbud turned to Matthew 19:13. 

Later that evening, Abbud’s mother explained to his father what had happened, and they sat down to read the New Testament together. 

“When we visit these people, we see that their Bibles aren’t worn out because they throw them on the ground, but because they read them again and again,” Matta said. “Most of them are asking us questions and researching deeply to learn more about the Lord Jesus. These people truly had very hard hearts, but through your prayers, their hearts are changing. Because of the support that you have provided, we have been able to show the love of Jesus Christ to them.”’ Source: Christian Aid – Mission

To see more articles like this visit Christian Aid here.

Ministry Update: Did You Know?

Steelbridge Ministries

For the least of these?


Bible Discovery is blessed to be part of ministries like Steelbridge. Every month the ministry receives a box of Bible Guides. Those Bible Guides are an integral part of a person’s recovery. God’s Word is life changing. See how Steelbridge Ministries is bringing help and healing to many through the love of Christ.  

“STEELBRIDGE offers a program that incorporates counseling, behavioral health services, spiritual guidance and other solutions to break the cycles of poverty, addiction and trauma. If a new resident comes into the program humble, open, transparent and serious about change, we can help them alter their lives. This is not an overnight process, it’s prolonged treatment that whittles away the erroneous narrative these people have been living, and slowly replaces it with a new foundation, structured with positive values. It’s a process that provides hope and it begins the moment they step through our doors and enjoy that first warm meal. A meal served with caring thoughts, friendship and love. A win to us is when that resident graduates from the program within a year and they exit with a stable employment, a home, connected to a local church, and are ready to integrate smoothly back into the community, never to return to the hopeless existence they left behind. These factors equal a restored life and reason to celebrate, and at no cost to the residents.”

When you partner with Bible Discovery you do more than spread the Gospel, you are part of LIVING IT! Please check out Steelbridge Ministries Here.

Pray for Benin

Pastor’s in the “persecuted church,” find themselves in a diversity of difficult and often deadly situations.

“Considered the birthplace of the ancient tribal faith of vodun (commonly referred to as voodoo), many residents in the West African country of Benin continue with religious practices that commonly involve animal sacrifices and talismans to ward off evil. These practices are so widespread in Benin that January 10th is celebrated as National Vodun Day.

When local Christians residing in a small town of central Benin refused to participate in the national celebrations, a group of vodun followers burned their church building to the ground. In the aftermath of the attack, the church’s pastor requested prayer, asking that:1) the people of the village will be set free from their bondage to vodun, 2) the church would be strengthened, and 3) his congregation’s destroyed house of worship would soon be rebuilt.” Source: Voice of the Martyrs Canada.

Join the pastor in praying for deliverance for the people of Benin. The enemy has blinded them. Ask the Lord to provide miracle provision for the pastor and his congregation.

Confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results.

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