Beirut, having been inhabited for over 5,000 years, is one of the oldest cities in the world and the capital of Lebanon. Until a brutal civil war broke out in the 1970s, Beirut was the intellectual capital of the Arab world. After decades of reconstructing the nation and capital, the city regained its status as “the Paris of the East”. Despite such progress, an influx of 1.5 million Syrian refugees over the past ten years has put tremendous strain on the economy. This—coupled with the Covid pandemic, the devastating “Beirut blast” on August 4, 2020, a severe food crisis, gasoline shortages, and a worthless Lebanese pound—is leading many to identify the nation as a failed state. As things go from bad to worse in Beirut, the opportunity has never been greater for the church to rise up and let its light shine before others.
Many people around the world are praying for God to release his power in 24 Muslim cities where many don’t know about Jesus. Let’s ALL pray that God shows Himself to the lost in signs, wonders, miracles and dreams.
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Please protect you children who are risking their lives to tell others about you. Please rescue orphans of war who have lost everything and provide food for children who are starving. May the name of Jesus be lifted up over these cities and may many come to faith in you. Shine Your light in these dark places and let Your kingdom light in these dark places and let Your kingdom come in signs, wonders and power. Amen!