He told them: “The harvest is abundant, but the workers are few. Therefore, pray to the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into His harvest.
PENETRATING LOSTNESS IN
NORTH AMERICA IS A HUGE TASK.
It will require thousands of church planters and tens of thousands of believers demonstrating and declaring the gospel of Jesus Christ with compassion and grace.
Please join us in praying Luke 10:2.
Why should you consider joining Baptists in praying TenTwo? Jesus’ request continues to call to us today.
Jesus was asking His disciples, and He asks us, to pray with:
URGENCY – The ripeness of the harvest implies temporary opportunity.
FERVENCY – Christ Himself was moved with compassion and effective laborers must possess His heart for the lost.
DEPENDENCY – The harvest belongs to God. He owns it. Our plans and processes are worthless without His empowerment.
EXPECTANCY – We must be prepared to become the answer to our prayer.
Jesus would have us pray for diligent workers.
Jesus would have us pray for surrendered workers. Jesus would have us pray for faith-filled workers. Jesus would have us pray for courageous workers. Jesus would have us pray for humble workers.
Jesus would have us pray for Christ-centered workers.
To discover more about TenTwo,
or for prayer resources, visit namb.net/TenTwo.
PENETRATING LOSTNESS IN NORTH AMERICA WILL REQUIRE EVERY CHRISTIAN DOING THEIR PART IN PRAYER – FOCUSED PRAYER FOR THE LOST AND FOR LABORERS.
Please join Baptists across North American and your partners at NAMB in praying Luke 10:2.
“He told them: ‘The harvest is abundant, but the workers are few. Therefore, pray to the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into His harvest’” (Luke 10:2, HCSB).
Pray Luke 10:2:
Twice a day, at 10:02 in the morning and 10:02 in the evening.
Once a day at 10:02, morning or evening.
Churches can use Wednesday, October 2 as an intentional day of prayer for workers for the harvest.
You can view the TenTwo prayer video at namb.net/TenTwo for prayer encouragement.
Join your fellow church members, your partners at the North American Mission Board, and Baptists across North America in praying that the Lord of the harvest will send laborers into His mission field.