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March 18, 2011

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Kendra

Thanks so much for posting this, Carolyn! (I actually had not heard of the publication.) The ladies this material is aimed at are my neighbors and friends. Some of the advice is quite familiar to me! These prayer points are vital and echo my heart. I trust that many will move to their knees after reading this post.

Ruthie

Thank you so much for this post. I shared the link on my blog, I most def want to pass the word on to be praying for these women. I still keep in touch with a few of my highschool friends who are Muslim and this makes me think of their precious souls and pushes me all the more to pray for them and trust in Him to do a mighty saving work in their lives.

Sue

Do you mean that women should be treated as being of equal value in the same way that a child is of equal value as a human life? Or do you think that women should be treated as someone who can function as an equal, as a full adult?

John Rowland

Like they say, "you just can't make this stuff up."

Titus 2 says that when we believers don't pursue God-defined roles and responsibilities, the word of God will be blasphemed.

There is an old story about Henry Kaiser (Kaiser Aluminum) who, as a boy, was walking to school with a friend and the two boys realized they were going to be late. His friend said, "We need to stop and pray." Henry replied, "No, we need to RUN and pray."

Pray we must. Pray while doing. Thanks, Carolyn.

John Rowland

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