Prayer Language

God Expects All of Us to Speak This Language. Know what it is?

What do you call someone who speaks three languages? Trilingual.

Two languages? Bilingual.

One language? American.

Several years ago, I met a Croatian waiter who knew German, Croatian, and Russian fluently plus a little English and Hungarian. That’s not unusual for Europeans.

We Americans are the exception; and with English fast becoming the second language of Europe, it’s likely we’ll remain that way.

My hope is that we monolingual American Christians will move beyond mono-national interests and begin praying for our world.

It’s not everyone’s responsibility to become a foreign missionary, but it’s everyone’s responsibility to pray that the world will know Christ’s love.

Jesus said, "Open your eyes and look at the fields! They are white for harvest" (John 4:35).

Let's make prayer for the nations our "second language."
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Bible Love Notes has over 20,000 subscribers. If everyone spent 3 minutes in prayer today for another country, that would add up to more than 1000 hours of prayer! Imagine that!!

Will you give up 3 minutes of each day to pray for the spread of the Gospel? Once you get started, you'll probably feel like praying longer, but 3 minutes a day is something everyone can handle!


God Expects All of Us to Speak This Language. Know what it is?

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