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Dubai, UAE

Dubai is the capital city of the emirate of Dubai, one of the wealthiest of the seven emirates that comprise the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Dubai has been compared to Hong Kong and is regarded as the Middle East’s premier trading post. It’s a city of skyscrapers, beaches, and big business. Due to its large expatriate population, there is religious diversity and tolerance within the city. However, the government has been criticized for being authoritarian when the ruling sheikhs are brought into question. Converts from Islam are often pressurized by family and community members to renounce their faith. Due to this, many followers of Jesus don’t exercise their faith publicly. This is the hour for those in the church in Dubai to stand boldly for their faith in Jesus and make disciples of the various peoples He has brought to this prospering land.

Many followers of Jesus don’t exercise their faith publicly
  1. Pray for the advancement of God’s Kingdom throughout the 24 languages of this city.
  2. Pray for the New Testament translation in Gulf Spoken Arabic.
  3. Pray for a mighty movement of prayer to be birthed in Dubai that multiplies throughout the country.
  4. Pray for followers of Jesus to walk in the power of the Spirit.
  5. Pray for a resurrection of God’s divine purpose for this city.
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