Laylat al-Qadr - the night of power - is the night during the month of Ramada that Muslims celebrate the receiving of the first of the Quranic revelations by Mohamed. For Muslims it is a sacred night, perhaps the most sacred night in the Islamic calendar and is a night spent on tasks such as prayer, reciting the Quran and spending as much time as possible at their local mosque.
It is believed that worship and prayer on this night is more valuable than one thousand other nights of worship and prayer. It is a night when the hearts and minds of Muslims all across the world are focused on one thing: trying to please God. And it is a night that we as followers of Christ can gather around our Lord's throne of grace, asking God to make Jesus known to Muslims all across the world.
This year, Laylat al-Qadr falls on Tuesday, May 19th.
Will you set aside time this year to take action? Will you do one thing to join God in His global purpose to see Muslims worshiping Him?
WILL YOU LEARN MORE?
Stop by the Prayercast page, watch the prayercast video and read more about the Night of Power.
WILL YOU PRAY?
Will you set aside time on Tuesday, May 19th to pray for your Muslim friends and Muslims in general.
Pray that on this night:
WILL YOU FAST?
Consider fasting on Tuesday May 19th as you pray. Skip meals from sun up until sun down. Fast for 24 hours or more. Maybe fast from media or your smartphone. Give something up as a way to focus your prayers during this day.
Will you do something this year to join God as he calls Muslims to himself?
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