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Tuesday, October 25, 2005 

Pray for the Uzbek Church

The church in Uzbekistan needs the prayers of believers everywhere. This church deeply loves the Lord Jesus Christ, and has several wonderful, faithful men & women of God ministering among its people.

Pray that the church would not become dependent on human strength, but would savor Christ alone as its strength to accomplish and supply their mission and needs. Take time to pray for her leaders, that they would be strengthened, and they would conform more and more to the qualifications and lifestyle portrayed in I Timothy and Titus. Pray that their marriages would hold firm and deepen in love for spouses.

Take a moment to pray, please.

VOM blog.

my pray is with all who ask nicely Mr.Ass i shall pray.

i mean prayer

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