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Wycliffe World Day of Prayer



Wycliffe’s World Day of Prayer is a global celebration of:


Thanks­giv­ing — as we re­mem­ber who God is and how He has done the seem­ingly im­pos­si­ble…again and again.


Joy — as we rec­og­nize how God con­tin­ues to open doors and hearts to ac­com­plish His mission.


De­pen­dence — as we ac­knowl­edge that all that we have and are is be­cause of God.


God is sov­er­eign and almighty, yet He has in­vited us to par­tic­i­pate with Him in his mis­sion. Prayer is an es­sen­tial facet of that par­tic­i­pa­tion and keeps us rooted in our re­la­tion­ship with Him.


There is a long tra­di­tion of Wycliffe staff, col­leagues and lo­cal churches pray­ing to­gether on be­half of Bible trans­la­tion. Every day, around the world, peo­ple are pray­ing for the Bible trans­la­tion move­ments, for the im­pact of God’s Word on in­di­vid­u­als and com­mu­ni­ties, and for lan­guage com­mu­ni­ties who don’t yet have His Word. But one day a year, No­vem­ber 11, we make a spe­cial ef­fort to come to­gether in prayer, united in hearts and minds in all our di­verse con­texts and locations.


Read more at Wycliffe Global Alliance's page here.


Wycliffe Singapore will be celebrating World Day of Prayer on 22 November, 2018.

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