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Every person in Myanmar will have the opportunity to be reached and restored by the love of Jesus.


In the next five years, a number of organizations are committed to partnering together in an effort to impact the nation of Myanmar through strengthening the local church, planting reproducing churches, and making disciples among all people groups and in every sphere and strata of society.


Day Sixteen – House Divided (21 Days of Prayer for Myanmar)

Day Sixteen - House Divided (21 Days of Prayer for Myanmar)

“And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in  perfect harmony.” – Colossians 3:14

On the final day of Thingyan, a coalition of pro-democracy forces  joined forces to announce a new “National Unity Government” (NUG) in  opposition to the Tatmadaw’s military regime. Composed of deposed  civilian leaders, the anti-coup protest movement, and some ethnic armed  groups from Myanmar’s borderlands, the NUG sees itself as the legitimate  authority in Myanmar chosen by the people, not the military junta. As the  NUG works towards the ethnic groups uniting in an unprecedented  way, it raises a key question for Myanmar’s future: Will this new unity be held  together by a mutual commitment to one another’s well-being, or only by shared hatred for the Tatmadaw? If the military is removed one day, will  this unity hold together?

1. Pray against hatred, bitterness, and a desire for vengeance in the  hearts of all ethnic groups that have been oppressed by the Tatmadaw.

2. Pray for enduring unity between ethnic groups in Myanmar, held  together not by hatred but mutual understanding and true compassion  one’s neighbors.

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