Day 2 | 30 Days of Prayer | Southeast Asia

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Day 2 | 30 Days of Prayer | Southeast Asia
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For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ (II Corinthians 10 :3-5).

 

Lord, we commit Pam, Tricia, Emily, and Jean to You. We pray that they will find the Retreat to be a sanctuary of rest from this warfare.  We ask that You guide, protect and convict them when sin is trying to take root. Strengthen them in battle when Satan attempts to gain a foothold in their hearts. Through Your Spirit, make them sensitive to enemy encroachment; may they run to You to be their stronghold and refuge in time of trouble. May the cry of their heart be “cleanse me from secret faults” (Psalm 19:12).  Deliver them from every evil work and preserve them for Your heavenly kingdom.

 

As a team, we ask for the covering of Jesus’ name to protect us from any attempt of the devil interfering in the work You want to accomplish in and through us.

 

In Jesus’ name, Amen

 

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About the author

Debbie Suits grew up in Naples, Italy, and fell in love with the city and its people. She came close to returning to Italy, but ended up in Madrid, Spain, where she and her husband worked for 16 years. They returned to the States due to the special needs of one of their children. She now lives in Denver, CO, with her husband and three kids (ages 24, 22 and 18). Debbie is a bi-lingual nanny, companion to the elderly, and Color Consultant. She is the author of the 30 Days of Prayer and is a representative of Get Hope Global (micro-enterprise loans). Debbie has been a part of Thrive retreats for many years as a Color Consultant and shares a kindred spirit with fellow women who work abroad.

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