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Prayer Mobilization Line
May 24, 2017

Sing to the Lord, for he has done glorious things; let this be known to all the world. Shout aloud and sing for joy, people of Zion, for great is the Holy One of Israel among you.
Isaiah 12:5-6 NIV

People of Manchester, England
  Please pray for the people of Manchester, England, in the aftermath of Monday night’s attack.
  Thank you for your prayers for Luva, an occupational therapist at the Mango Tree Centre in Thailand. Her surgery on May 17 went well, and she is now recovering smoothly. Personnel at Mango Tree Centre say they appreciate your participation in praying for Luva and ask that you pray for her during her recuperation, so she can go home soon.
Church Has Permanent Location
  For 43 years, the Toekomsrus Church of the Nazarene in Randfontein, South Africa, has met in temporary locations, including 28 years in a two-car garage. Since 1980, the church sought land that could be zoned for a church. When a “for sale” sign recently appeared on a building, the church acted quickly. Between Alabaster funds, money from the church, an interest-free loan, and a generous donation, they secured the building. In the month they have been worshiping in their new building, Pastor Eunice Sedith said they have experienced unexplained growth. Please pray with the church that they will quickly pay off the loan and continue to witness to the community. Click here to learn more. (Out of Africa)
LoveWorks Serves in Ecuador
  The California LoveWorks 2017 team from Point Loma Nazarene University has served for several weeks on the Sierra Centro District in Ecuador. They moved a portable chapel from one area to another and painted three churches, two of them new churches. They held daily children's services with as many as 200 children in some of the services. Please pray that the team will apply what they learned in their future lives and that the lives they touched will be drawn closer to the Lord. (North Andean Field Prayer and Praise Line)
Hermann Gschwandtner
  Hermann Gschwandtner, retired missionary, was hospitalized May 22 due to severe blood pressure problems caused by a medication he was taking. His wife, Brigitte, writes, “The doctors need wisdom about what to do about it, as Hermann needs that kind of medicine. Thank you for praying for this.” Please pray for Hermann’s healing, for Brigitte and their family as they look to the future, and for the doctors as they determine a course of treatment. Hermann and Brigitte served in Switzerland and Germany prior to their retirement.
Thank you for praying.

"To stand before men on behalf of God is one thing.
To stand before God on behalf of men is something entirely different. "

—Leonard Ravenhill (1907–1994), English Christian evangelist and author

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