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The North Korea you never see and seven prayer requests



The power of prayer is needed more than ever in North Korea. You can play your part today. 




The Holy Spirit is moving in North Korea, and it is incredible. Christians are worshipping there, praying there, and sharing God’s love there. And yes, the demonstrations of faith may well be monitored and contained, but people are following Jesus. They’re doing so with tremendous courage and belief, often alone, hidden, or under the gaze of an observer, cut off from the global community of Christians we’re so privileged to access.

What you can see below are images from North Korea. Look at the streets, the metro and the buildings, and imagine what it would be like to be a Christian there. Then read the prayers. Read them aloud, to your friends, or in church. Pray wherever you can, just don’t let them go unspoken. Don’t let your brothers and sisters in North Korea feel alone when they’re not, and don’t let the darkness stop others from seeing the light of Christ in their lives. Pray for North Korea today.



How amazing would it be for the Word of God to be preached one day on this riverbank in Pyongyang?



1. PRAY FOR MORE OPPORTUNITIES TO SHARE THE GOSPEL


Please pray for opportunities for people to speak Jesus’ name and share his ministry without fear. Pray that the Bible is read and understood, and that it reaches people yet to hear the truth of our living God.








So many people in these homes have yet to hear the good news. Pray today that would change.



2. PRAY FOR A REPEAT OF THE CHRISTIAN REVIVAL


Pray for thousands of people to accept Christ into their hearts, just as thousands did in Pyongyang in the early 20th century. Pray for the Holy Spirit to sweep through North Korea’s capital city and beyond, liberating people in the freedom that comes with following Jesus.


Pray that people would come to use the Bible as their source of truth.




3. PRAY FOR PROTECTION AND BOLDNESS FOR CHRISTIANS IN NORTH KOREA


Please pray for encouragement for the Christians who want to worship openly in North Korea. Pray that they would be kept safe, and would feel the freedom of rejoicing that you feel in church.


May Pyongyang Railway Station one day become a start point for people wanting to share the gospel in North Korea.



4. PRAY FOR THE REUNIFICATION PROCESS


Pray that the leaders of North and South Korea would repeat their handshake of earlier this year. Pray that both nations would pursue a peaceful relationship that would allow families separated by the border to become whole again for good.


Join us in praying for economic prosperity for the people of Pyongyang and beyond.



5. PRAY FOR THE ECONOMY TO GROW


Pray for economic development for North Korea, one that is sustainable and ensures people have plentiful access to food and healthcare. Pray too that leader Kim Jong-un would accelerate his country’s focus away from the military, and towards developing the economy.


 

6. PRAY FOR PEOPLE WHO NEED MEDICINE


Pray that people who are sick do not suffer from the sanctions imposed on North Korea. Pray that medical supplies are plentiful, and that aid workers are not restricted in trying to reach people who need help.





Join us in praying for students who want to leave Pyongyang to study overseas.
 

7. PRAY FOR STUDENTS WHO WANT TO TRAVEL


Please pray for North Korean students who would like to travel abroad to further their studies. Pray that travel restrictions would not be imposed upon them, and that they would be welcomed into other nations and classrooms with open arms.


 
This story was originally published on the BMS World Mission website and is used with permission














































 
BMS World Mission, 05/09/2018
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