Prayer Priorities – January 25, 2022
Prayer Priorities – January 25, 2022
“The Lord will guide you always; he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land.”
Isaiah 58v11
We encourage everyone who is praying for UMN not only to raise our requests but to listen to God on UMN’s behalf. Please take time to read this Bible verse slowly to yourself. Pause and ask God to speak through His Word. Then read it slowly again. Settle and calm your mind before you pray. 
  • In Nawalparasi, health and safety materials like surgical mask, thermal gun, oximeter, and sanitiser were provided to 30 churches under a COVID-19 emergency response project enabled by one of our supporting partners.
  • You prayed for Rabbi and he has been able to come home from hospital following major surgery. Doctors feel he has recovered well from the surgery, and he is very aware of the prayers of all. So let’s give praise.  He must await biopsy reports and further decisions on treatment.  
  • In United Mission Hospital Tansen the third wave of COVID-19 (Omicron variant) is proving more infectious, and we have many staff in home isolation which makes running the hospital difficult. Thankfully many of the COVID patients are less severely ill.
  • Many coming to hospital with unrelated problems are testing positive so please pray for wisdom to manage this phase of the pandemic well.
  • The hospital planning process is starting. Pray for wisdom in decision-making for future development.
  • The issue of irregular payment from the health insurance board is a very pressing problem affecting how the hospital can run. Tansen has not had any repayment recently and only one advance this financial year.
  • In all cluster teams we ask your prayers for colleagues and their loved ones who are recovering from COVID and various other illnesses. Currently there are many members of staff who are affected in some way.
  • Please pray for all staff who have been engaging in the annual and semi-annual reports of different projects including the financial reporting and planning for the year 2022. Just now this is taking up many hours of work. 
  • The Staff Support Group (SSG) continue to be available to all staff who would wish to speak confidentially about pressures of any kind which they may be having. Pray for the work of this group that it will be a genuine help and encouragement to everyone.
  • Pray for Joel Hafvenstein and family who are travelling back to Nepal from the UK on 28 January.

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