Daily Topic for October 21, 2011

Exodus 32:32
But now, please forgive their sin—but if not, then blot me out of the book You have written.

In this passage, you see the fatherly love Moses has for the children of Israel. But it also gives us the best example in all of Scripture of why we must intercede for those who are spiritually ill, a condition suffered by anyone who does not live for Christ. God answered Moses’ prayer in a big way! Will you do the same for the lost when you pray for them this month?

Pray that you will intercede like Moses for the unreached peoples who desperately need to become part of God’s Kingdom.

Sikh Kahlon (AKA, Kahloon) Jat People

by KC

“I never knew there were so many.” “And here was I, thinking that my surname was a rare one!”
These and other comments came from people from the Kahlon clan on Facebook. People from this clan, whose members live mainly in Pakistan and India, also live all over the world. For example, there is Ravi Kahlon, a Canadian field hockey player. There are also many pop singers from Pakistan from that family name.
The Kahlon clan, which is divided into three divisions, originated in Batala, a city in the northern part of India’s Punjab State. This is an important place for Sikh devotees, since it is where Sikhism’s founder, Guru Nanak, was married in 1485, according to Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batala).
According to Wikipedia, the Kahlon Jats in India’s Punjab State are Sikhs, while those living on Pakistan’s side of the border are Sunni Muslims. As far as we know, there are few if any Kahlons from a Sikh or a Muslim background who have committed their lives to Christ.

Learn more at joshuaproject.net

Pray for the hidden treasures of Christ’s truth to be revealed to both Muslim and Sikh Kahlon people. Pray for their leaders to have a curiosity and a hunger to know truth, so that they can be set free from the bondage of sin that binds all mankind.

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