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Thank You for Praying!

One generation commends your works to another; they tell of your mighty acts. They speak of the glorious splendor of your majesty? and I will meditate on your wonderful works. Psalm 145:4-5   Thank you prayer warriors! Prayer is what is making and will make a difference in Qatar!

Plant Your Church, Lord

Jesus, we ask for a church planting movement in Qatar today. Nothing is impossible for you. Please start small groups in homes, on university campuses, and other places that will multiply across the nation. Amen!

THE PROMISE OF THE LORD’S SPIRIT

Pray that God would pour out His Spirit on everyone living in Qatar and that they would see dreams and visions of Jesus. Pray that they would be powerfully saved and empowered to be His witnesses. ?Then, after doing all those things, I will pour out my Spirit upon all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy. Your old men will dream dreams, and your young men will see visions. In those days I will pour out my Spirit even on servants?men and women alike. And I will cause wonders in the heavens and on the earth? blood and fire…

ALL THINGS NEW

In the early 1900s, millions immigrated to America, seeking to forget the past and reinvent themselves. Qatar, with its newfound riches, is one of very few with the same opportunity to reinvent itself in modern times. . Little evidence remains of Qatar?s obscurity before oil discovery in the 1940s or natural gas discovery in the 1970s. Fifteen years ago, the country was in debt. Now Qatar is the richest nation in the world per capita. Construction and development are exploding. . As modernization and its glory collide with culture, we must recognize that the new and shiny surface likely belies…

THE HUMAN RIGHT

The Human Right is to know Jesus. Sadly, almost 3 billion people have never heard a presentation of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Most of the people living in Qatar are in this situation. Join us in praying for Qatar regularly. We are praying that the silence would be broken and that all people in Qatar would be able to hear about Jesus Christ in their lifetime and that they would receive Christ as their Savior. Also check out The Human Right Movement, and remember to pray for Qatar as you do. thehumanright.org

THE GREATEST NEED

?We can reach our world, if we will. The greatest lack today is not people or funds. The greatest need is prayer.? ?Wesley Duewel All of Qatar needs your prayers; the nationals, the expats, the old, the young, the government officials, the migrant workers. Qatar is considered unreached with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Nearly 2 million people are living in darkness. Pray for the wide variety of people living in Qatar. Pray that they all encounter Jesus Christ and turn to Him for salvation and life.

PSALM 78:1-8

In Qatar, 26% of the population is 24 years old and younger; that’s just over a quarter of the population. We teach our children everything they are to know in life, from caring for themselves, to how to function in the society and culture they live in, to behaviors, to literacy and how to learn and think for themselves. Young people have the greatest capacity to absorb information and learn, and they are the most shapeable when it comes to their thinking, thoughts and opinions. It is so critical that the younger generation of Qatar comes to salvation in Jesus…

CHILDREN ARE THE FUTURE

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“Children are our most valuable resource.” –Herbert Hoover As you know, teaching children values, skills and ideas is how societies continue on. We pass on our knowledge to children in hopes that they will create a better world to live in. Children are the future of all societies. Pray for the children of Qatar today. Pray that they would come to salvation in Jesus Christ and that they will change the face of Qatar.

THE SPEED OF CHANGE

Almost overnight the cultural fabric of Qatar shifted. One hundred years ago, Qatar was obscure and life was simple. Pearl diving was the way of life. In the 1930s, Japan introduced cultured pearls. In the 1940s, Qatar discovered oil, and in the 1970s, natural gas. Life would never be the same. A Princeton study suggests a direct correlation between economic growth and individualism[1]. Qatar was once collectivistic ? exhibiting camaraderie, greater religiosity, and national pride. As Qatar grows wealthier, it is losing its community orientation. A retired pearl diver in a Doha market said, ?Those were better days. We knew each other…

A MULTITUDE OF WAVES

“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the water to create many ripples.” –Mother Teresa. By ourselves we cannot change the spiritual climate of Qatar, but together we can ‘cast many stones’ to create a multitude of waves. Our prayers can make a difference in the spread of the Gospel in Qatar. All through the Bible we find accounts of God answering prayer, and we know that God hears every prayer that we pray. Today, PRAY with us for Qatar to experience the power of the Holy Spirit.

PSALM 67

As you read this psalm, pray these things: That God’s way would be made known in Qatar That all who live in Qatar would come to praise Him That people in Qatar would worship Jesus as Lord That God would bless Qatari believers Psalm 67 1 May God be merciful and bless us.      May his face smile with favor on us. Interlude 2 May your ways be known throughout the earth,      your saving power among people everywhere. 3 May the nations praise you, O God.      Yes, may all the nations praise you. 4 Let the whole world sing for joy,      because…

CREATIVE ACCESS

Throughout the world, missionary efforts are often paired with a ?cup of cold water??compassionately meeting physical needs in Jesus? name, and sharing the Gospel by those means. In Qatar, there is no need for a social gospel. Qatar, the richest country in the world, is engaged in its own philanthropic pursuits. However, the lack of apparent physical need doesn?t mean there is not a spiritual need. Access is perhaps the greatest challenge in reaching this UPG (Unreached People Group). Since Qataris make up only 15% of the nation?s population, connecting with them isn?t easy and its expensive for Christian workers…