Daily Topic for January 31, 2012

Ecclesiastes 7:20
There is not a righteous man on earth who does what is right and never sins.

This is politically incorrect, but so very true! Despite what “religions” teach, all of humanity is sinful by nature. It’s as natural for us to sin as it is for us to breath. We cannot ever completely stop sinning, but we can be forgiven. The Africa Inland Mission workers that we send and pray for are inviting the lost in East Africa to become part of the “family of the forgiven.” What a privilege!

Pray that the Holy Spirit will make it clear to the unreached that they are sinners in need of forgiveness. Pray for God to give boldness to His messengers as they spread His invitation throughout the world.

Africa Inland Mission Work

by AIM

(This entry was taken from Africa Inland Mission’s website, http://www.aimint.org/usa/about.html)
From the nomadic tribesman wandering Kenya’s arid plains, to urban street children surviving in a sordid city slum, to a young Muslim woman living behind a veil of darkness in a community utterly closed to the light of the gospel—Africa Inland Mission, at its heart, seeks to help the Church take root among the peoples of Africa, transforming lives and communities, and becoming a force for change on the continent.
AIM is an evangelical Christian mission agency dedicated to the vision of seeing Christ-centered churches established among all African peoples. They have over 1,000 personnel ministering in Africa and to Africans living around the world. Their ministries include evangelism and church planting efforts among unreached and least-reached peoples, leadership development, youth ministry, medical ministry, community development and community health, and a broad range of support and logistical ministries.
In every ministry, they seek to work locally, building meaningful relationships that open doors—to introduce those who have never heard to the One who died to save them, to help new believers grow strong in their faith and be enfolded into maturing churches, and to declare the Glory of God to Africa and beyond.

Learn more at joshuaproject.net

Pray that God will show you how to pray for the work of AIM International. Pray that AIM workers will walk in the fruit of the Holy Spirit so that Christ will be glorified among the unreached.

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