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Global Day of Prayer

May 2014    

FIRST THINGS FIRST

If My people, who are called by My
name, will humble themselves and pray
and seek My face and turn from their
wicked ways, then will I hear from
heaven and will forgive their sin and
will heal their land.

2 Chronicles 7:14

Seek God on the first Sunday of June in this year’s Global Day of Prayer (GDOP) as we pray against the CRISIS of:
Busyness – the overcrowding of the soul. Our hearts cry out to return to hunger for the Word and intimacy with God.
Barrenness – the sufficiency of self. Our hearts cry out for a return to faithfulness and fruitfulness.
Blindness – the searing of the conscience. Our hearts cry out for a return to good works and right morals.
Guidelines have been provided for unity and one-ness of spirit in each of the services across the 16 prayer locations.
Video devotions have been pre-recorded by the Anglican Bishop, the Right Rev Rennis Ponniah; President of Trinity Annual Conference of The Methodist Church in Singapore, the Rev Dr Gordon Wong; and Leadership Mentor of the Covenant Evangelical Free Church, the Rev Edmund Chan. The videos will be screened at each of these prayer locations:
• Victory Family Centre – Choa Chu Kang, Tampines, Bukit Merah (English)
• Bethesda Bedok-Tampines Church (English)
• Covenant Evangelical Free Church – Woodlands (English), Bukit Panjang (Hokkien)
• Grace Assembly of God – Bukit Batok (English)
• Kum Yan Methodist Church – Queen Street (Children and Youth)
• Faith Community Baptist Church – Marine Parade (Mandarin)
• Cornerstone Community Church – East Coast Road (Mandarin)
• Smyrna Assembly of God – Yishun (Tamil and other Indian dialects)
• Singapore Bible College – Adam Road (Korean)
• New Life Christian Centre – Evelyn Road (Myanmese)
• True Way Presbyterian Church – Stirling Road (Thai)
• International Baptist Church – Kings Road
(Tagalog: June 8)

Full details at www.gdop.sg. Email: gdop.efos@gmail

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