Prayer is not preparation for the battle; prayer is the battle
– Brother Andrew
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Prayers needed as ISIS-affiliated Maute rebels attack Tubaran town in Lanao del Sur, Southern Philippines late night of June 17. As of now, June 18, the fighting is still ongoing.
Marawi City, which was torn apart by Maute’s 5-month siege last year, is the capital of Lanao del Sur.
“We know from experience that radicals tend to conduct terror activities just before and right after Ramadan. Praise God that aside from this, there haven’t been other incidents, but everybody now is still on high alert.” says our worker Khalil*.
* Name changed to protect identity
Please continue to uphold Asia Bibi from Pakistan in prayer. A World Watch Monitor tweet posted on April 27th mentions that the expected trial did not take place for #AsiaBibi, but she and her family remain "full of hope" ahead of long-awaited day in court, which will come "soon" - whether that's next week or next month. Please recall that Asia was sentenced to death by a Pakistani court for allegedly blaspheming the prophet Mohammed when she was having an argument with local Muslim women, who didn't allow her to draw water from the well. She has been imprisoned since 2009. She was sentenced to death by a court. This verdict was first upheld and later suspended by a higher court (July 2015). Read the story at this link
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