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The Importance of Praying for Missionaries (TPMD $101)

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Our prayer motivator verse for today is James 1:6 which reads: "But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed." 
 
Our thought for today is that prayer gives us faith and power. 
 
Our prayer motivator quote for today is from M.E. Andross. He said, "The man on his knees has a leverage underneath the mountain which can cast it into the sea, if necessary, and can force all earth and heaven to recognize the power there is in 'His name.'" 
 
Our prayer motivator devotional for today is titled THE IMPORTANCE OF PRAYING FOR MISSIONARIES from J. Gordon Henry: 
 
Missionaries face variables that include customs and culture, unfamiliar foods, climate, lack of privacy, language disparity, lack of adequate medical care, and few modern conveniences that the American has become accustomed to. There is much to discourage and frustrate the missionary and his family. There is a difference in his western ways of doing things and what is done in his country. He must learn to be careful not to offend by thoughtlessly ignoring things that are important to those whom he is serving. There are often climate changes that tax the physical body such as intense heat coupled with high humidity, violent tropical storms, and rainy season deluges. Since many nationals live their lives in public, they expect the missionary to do the same. Finally, a lack of results can be extremely difficult to face.
 
+ Plus, listen to Karen Clark Sheard singing "Prayed Up"

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