Feb 5 – Feb 11, 2017

Under the wings of the Almighty!
~Linda Whiting

THe who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall remain stable and fixed under the shadow of the Almighty
[Whose power no foe can withstand].
Proverbs 19:23 (AMPC)


    • Monday, Feb. 5

      “O LORD, we love being in Your presence. We find our hope and stability in You, our Almighty King who loves us.”

    • Tuesday, Feb. 6

      “Thank God for the new MAF shuttle service in Liberia, which reunited Rev. Bledee Nimely with his wife after a three-month recovery from a motorbike spill that broke his leg. Praise God that He allows MAF to help so many receive medical attention.”

    • Wednesday,Feb. 7

      “Pray for the ongoing political situation in Congo (DRC). Planned protests are increasing, and they are illegal, which causes clashes between police and the protesters. Pray for the safety of MAF staff and their families.”

    • Thursday, Feb. 8

      “Lift up Matt and Alyssa Harris and their sons, an aircraft maintenance specialist family serving with MAF in Papua, Indonesia. Pray for Josiah as he adjusts to college life in Texas where he is attending LeTourneau University. Pray for good long-distance communication as the family learns this new dynamic.”

    • Friday, Feb. 9

      “A fresh start – this spring will see the Hopkins family returning to Palangkaraya, Indonesia. Joining them will be two families, the Maynards and the Toews, who will be moving from Tarakan, Kalimantan. This will be the start of a new chapter in Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, operating the new amphibious KODIAK airplane. Please pray that God would guide these families through all the preparation for this season. (Photo is in Papua.)”

    • Saturday, Feb. 10

      “Lift up Doug and Ruth Harrison. Doug is the director of technical resources, and Ruth is the director of member care. Pray that they would be full of God’s wisdom as they lead their teams for God’s glory.”

Sunday, Feb. 11

“The restarting of The Niassa Medical Project has been slow. Please pray for determination and resolve by all to make it grow into a successful and lasting project, so Mozambicans in remote areas can continue to receive much needed medical care in the name of Jesus.”

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