Ramadan’s Over, Now What?

Yesterday (or today depending on what part of the world you are in) marks the last of feastRamadan. Now begins the holiday Eid al-Fitr.  Fasting is over and Muslims everywhere will be feasting, celebrating, giving to charities and encouraged to forgive.

Please continue to pray for your Muslim friends, co-workers, neighbors, and even those you do not know. Pray that those who truly were seeking to draw close to God would be surrounded by people, circumstances, and things that point them to Him. In Arabic, one of the 99 names of God is Al Ghafur — which means The Forgiving One. Please pray that your Muslim friends would know true forgiveness through Isa Masih (Jesus Christ).

Take a moment now to pray for all Muslims, specific Muslims you know, and for the peoples of Afghanistan (as we know there will be some from every tribe, nation, and tongue around the throne of God). If you have time, watch this brief video: From Ruins to Redemption.

May God Bless You!

Lady of Prayer

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