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Just for
Kids
A fun prayer guide for
Christian children and families
For the Muslim World
July 9–Aug 7, 2013
30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  
Welcome to the
30 Days Prayer Guide:
Just for Kids
D
id you know that this year ...
  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013
The Arab Spring
❤	The Arab Spring happened in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya.
❤	In Egy...
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Ó
Let’s
go!
The Challenge of the
Muslim World
❤	Today, more than 2 billion people have never heard
about Jesus. This is ...
  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013
The Refugee Highway
❤	Many Muslims come to Europe as refugees. It is like a
big ...
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Ó
Let’s
go!
Hungry for the Truth:
Children of Algeria
❤	Algeria is a country in the North of Africa.
❤	Kabylie is part o...
  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013
Magic in Bangladesh:
The Sylhetis
❤	The Sylhetis live in Bangladesh, and their m...
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Ó
Let’s
go!
West Coast Bajau of
Malaysia
❤	The Bajau live on the island of Borneo.
❤	There are only about 65,000 West Co...
  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013
Malawi
❤	Malawi is a country in Africa. It is long and thin, and it
has a long l...
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Ó
Let’s
go!
Radio Ministry for the
Islamic World
❤	All over the world people are listening to the radio, no
matter how p...
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Muslims in Metro
Vancouver
❤	Vancouver is the third-biggest city in Canada.
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go!
Violence in Damascus,
Syria
❤	Damascus is the oldest inhabited city in the world—the
oldest city where peopl...
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Shaikh Muslims in India
❤	There are more than 200 million Shaikh Muslims—
abou...
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Let’s
go!
Muslims Who Have Never
Heard about Jesus
❤	Some Muslims are not against Jesus; they just have
never heard ab...
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A Prayer for Bethlehem
❤	Bethlehem is the place where Jesus was born.
❤	Not ma...
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Let’s
go!
Jesus Chases Away Fear
❤	Many Muslims practice a form of folk Islam, so they
believe in spirits and have man...
Chinese Hui Muslims
Dream of Jesus
❤	The Hui Muslims live in the northern area of China.
❤	There are 10 million Hui Chines...
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Let’s
go!
Reaching Out to South
Africa
❤	South Africa is the country at the bottom (far south) of
the African continen...
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Indonesian Laborers in
Taiwan
❤	Taiwan is an island near China.
❤	Taipei is th...
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go!
Hold the Children’s
Hands
❤	There are about 2.4 billion children in the world— about
one-third of all the pe...
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The Education of Women
❤	In some Muslim countries, girls and women are not
all...
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The Chitral Valley in
Pakistan
❤	About 12 different languages are spoken in Chitral, a
valley in Pakistan.
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Understanding Muslims
in the Central African
Republic (CAR)
❤	The Central Afri...
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go!
Hospitality for Muslims in
Canada
❤	Muslims leave their home countries because of war,
persecution or natura...
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Refugees from Somalia
❤	Somalia is a country in East Africa.
❤	The war in Soma...
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Muslim Children and
Youth in Switzerland
❤	August 1st is the Swiss National Day.
❤	Many Muslim children atte...
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Martial Art in Indonesia
❤	Around 9 million people live in the Indonesian prov...
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Laylat al-Qadr—the Night
of Power
❤	Muslims believe Mohammed received his first
revelation of the Qur’an thi...
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Princes become
Laborers
❤	The Kingdom of Deccan was in the Indian State of
And...
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The Soninke in the
Sahara Desert
❤	There are about 2 million Soninke, with only 100 known
Christians.
❤	It g...
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Using the Internet to
Share the Gospel
❤	There are more than 990 million mobil...
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Muslims Sacrifice for Eid
Festival
❤	Eid al-Adha (“Feast of the Sacrifice”) is 70 days after
Ramadan.
❤	Abou...
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Calling Christians to pray for the Muslim World. This is the family version of the 30-Days call to Prayer coinciding with Ramadan. Visit the world in prayer. Be blessed, Ron

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Just for Kids prayer book 2013

  1. 1. Just for Kids A fun prayer guide for Christian children and families For the Muslim World July 9–Aug 7, 2013
  2. 2. 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  Welcome to the 30 Days Prayer Guide: Just for Kids D id you know that this year we are celebrating 20 years of praying for Muslims during their special month of Ramadan? Maybe you think that this is not very long. Certainly for God it is not long, because he lives eternally. But in 20 years a lot can happen. When it all started in 1993, there were about one billion Muslims. Few people knew much about Islam, the name of their religion, and not many Christian missionaries were trying to reach them with the Good News of Jesus. Today we hear about Muslims regularly on TV and in newspapers. While the news is often bad, we now have an opportunity to know much more about Muslims around the world and to be reminded to pray for them. Ramadan is one of those opportunities to pray for them. Think about it: while you pray during the next 30 days, millions of other people in dozens of countries will pray with you. Because of all the attention and prayer for Muslims, many more people have started to reach out to their Muslim neighbors, whether across the street or around the world. Here are just a few of the wonderful things that have happened: In South Asia, at least half a million Bengali people from a Muslim background have become believers in Jesus. In Iran, Christian satellite TV is seen by many who gather in thousands of secret house churches throughout the country. In North Africa, several hundred thousand members of an unreached Berber group have become believers, and they are just one of many groups where this has happened. Through radio and satellite broadcasting, many more millions of Muslims can now hear the Good News, and many respond. They can read, hear or see passages from the Bible on the Internet in their own languages. So much has happened in the past 20 years. But there are still many Muslims who have never heard about Jesus and have little opportunity to find out about him. In 20 more years there will be double as many as there were 20 years ago. While we are greatly encouraged as we look at all that God has done, we need to continue to pray. Let’s start with Day 1, and again expect that God will do wonderful things. The Editors Answers to the quizzes throughout this booklet can be found on page 32. ● ● ●
  3. 3.   30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 The Arab Spring ❤ The Arab Spring happened in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya. ❤ In Egypt, 70,000 Christians met to pray for their country. That's as many as live in a small city! W hen spring comes, many new things are happening. Little flowers grow and the trees have new leaves. Everything looks wonderful, and there is hope that winter is over. Two years ago in many Arab countries something new started. Many people hoped that the governments would now change and give the people living in those countries more freedom. It was called the Arab Spring. After two years, many people are very disappointed. Instead of feeling happy, they are now fearful, because instead of good things, many bad things have happened. In many countries, war and fighting are going on. But at the same time, the Christians in those countries started to tell their worried neighbors about Jesus, and many are following Jesus now. Can you look on a map and find the countries of the Arab Spring? They also included Syria and Yemen. Write the words “Hope” and “Jesus” on little pieces of paper. While you pray, cover the countries on the map with them. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Ï Ó Let’s go! Pray that leaders and the people in the countries understand what truth really is. Pray that the believers can share with people the hope that only ● ● comes from believing in Jesus. Pray that believers are safe and that they have courage to share their faith. ● Tuesday, July 9 Day 1
  4. 4. Ï Ó Let’s go! The Challenge of the Muslim World ❤ Today, more than 2 billion people have never heard about Jesus. This is about a third of everyone living on the earth. ❤ Most of those people are Muslims. H ave you ever made a promise and did not keep it? You probably felt bad about it. Many times in history, people have promised to share the Good News about Jesus with everyone and then failed. Now as believers in Jesus we need to share the Good News with Muslims. But it will not be easy, and nobody can do it alone. Imagine if you had to tell all the Muslim kids you know from your school or neighborhood. Wow: you could never do it! But if you start to pray with others for ways to share Jesus’ love, and for people to go and share the Good News with many Muslims, it can be done. Maybe you can help by praying for all those Muslims you know personally. God will give you an opportunity to share about Jesus with them. For people who work in a team this verse is very important. Find out what it says! IFYOUH AVELOV EFORONEANOTHERTHENEVERYONEWILLKNOWTHA TYOUA REMYDI SCIPLES Are you a team as a family? Hold hands while you pray, and at the end give each other a hug to show that you are a great team for Jesus. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  Pray that the teams that work among Muslims love each other a lot and that the Muslims will see that love. ● Pray for the people in those teams to know how to respond in difficult situations and to see what God's plan is. ● Wednesday, July 10Day 2
  5. 5.   30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 The Refugee Highway ❤ Many Muslims come to Europe as refugees. It is like a big highway with a lot of traffic. ❤ In Greece alone, there are over 1 million refugees, many from Muslim countries. ❤ Jesus was also a refugee when he was a little child and had to flee to Egypt with his parents. A mir and his parents fled to Iran when Amir was a child. When he was a young man, he started learning English in chat rooms on the Internet. He met Christians there, and they told him about Jesus and prayed for him. Now Amir is a father himself and has a little son. They are still refugees and have recently moved to Germany. When he moved from Iran to Germany, he met Christians again—this time in Athens, the capital of Greece. He decided to follow Jesus and to become a believer. There are many refugees like Amir who need people to become their friends and share about Jesus with them. Refugees often move from country to country trying to find a permanent place to stay. Be a refugee today: while you are praying, move from room to room in your home. Go from the living room to the kitchen to the bedroom and so on, imagining moving to new places. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Ï Ó Let’s go! Pray for all those Muslims who have become refugees, that they get to know Jesus who understands them. Pray that Christians are willing to meet refugees and tell them about Jesus. Pray that people who have become believers, like Amir, will share with their friends and families. ● ● ● Thursday, July 11 Day 3
  6. 6. Ï Ó Let’s go! Hungry for the Truth: Children of Algeria ❤ Algeria is a country in the North of Africa. ❤ Kabylie is part of Algeria. It has a lot of mountains, and many villages are on hills. ❤ The people who live in Kabylie are called Berbers. J oseph is a little boy who lives in one of the villages in Kabylie. Every day he learns about Islam in school and studies the Koran. Joseph's father knows Jesus and reads the Bible, but he does not have much time to tell his little son about it because he is very busy working. Joseph doesn't know what he should believe: is the Koran right, or is his father right when he tells Joseph about Jesus? Joseph really wants to know. Then he hears about a camp for children. Sadly, it is only for the children from the church, and he does not go to church. Just a day before the camp starts, Joseph gets an invitation to the camp and happily goes there. In the camp, he talks with one of the leaders who helps him understand that it is Jesus who loves him and who has forgiven all his sins. Joseph decides to follow Jesus from now on. Joseph was looking for a loving God. How many times can you read love below? And where are the letters too mixed up? VELO  LEVO  ELOV  VOEL OVEL  LEOV  LOVE  VOLE Joseph was hungry for the truth, which is the word of God, the Bible. In the Bible it says that God's word is like honey (Psalm 119:103). After the prayer today, eat some honey or something sweet to remember that God's word is sweet for us. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  Pray that in Kabylie, and all throughout Algeria, children like Joseph can hear about Jesus. Pray that the children who know Jesus will have the courage to tell ● ● others about him. Pray for protection for all Christians in Algeria, that they will not be persecuted. ● Friday, July 12Day 4
  7. 7.   30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 Magic in Bangladesh: The Sylhetis ❤ The Sylhetis live in Bangladesh, and their most important city is called Sylhet. ❤ 7 million Sylhetis live in Bangladesh, and many of them are very poor. ❤ Many Sylhetis went to work and to live in Great Britain. A bout 800 years ago, a Muslim man came to Sylhet with 360 followers. The Sylheti people believe he was a saint and could do miracles, Together, he and his followers defeated the king who was ruling in that area. Many people believed that this was only possible because that Muslim saint could do magic. After he died many Muslims started to come to his grave, hoping there would still be magic to help them. Many Sylheti Muslims visit graves every Thursday evening to pray and seek help from those who have died. The Sylhetis don't understand that dead people cannot help and that they cannot do magic. How would you know about Jesus if your family did not have a Bible? Gather all the Bibles you own and put them on a table. After each person prays, he or she can take a Bible and pile it on top of another one. Pray till all the Bibles are piled up. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Pray that the Sylhetis will have Bibles in their own languages soon and that they will learn how to read them. Pray that those Sylhetis who live in Great Britain will meet Christians who tell them about Jesus, so that ● ● they can pass the message to their families back home. Pray for Sylhetis to understand that Jesus died and rose again and that, because of that, he has the power to help them. ● Saturday, July 13 Day 5 Ï Ó Let’s go!
  8. 8. Ï Ó Let’s go! West Coast Bajau of Malaysia ❤ The Bajau live on the island of Borneo. ❤ There are only about 65,000 West Coast Bajau. That's about as many people as in a small town. ❤ The Bajau call themselves Sama. I n the past, the Bajau lived on boats on the sea. Now many of them are farmers, planting rice and other crops. They also raise animals, especially horses. They really love to dress up in colorful costumes and ride around on their horses. Because they love horses so much, they are sometimes called the “Cowboys of the East.” The Bajau also like to celebrate feasts and to come together for meals. The biggest feast is at the end of Ramadan and is called Hari Raya in Malaysia, which means ‘Day of Celebration.’ Some Bajau still believe in evil spirits and they think that if they read from the Qur'an, then the spirits will disappear. Can you find the seven differences between the two cowboys? Do you know what cowboys like to do? Yes, they love riding horses! Be a Bajau cowboy today—put on a hat or a shawl and sit on a chair the wrong way around like sitting on a horse. Then pray for the Bajau people. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  Some Bajau have nobody who tells them about Jesus. Pray that they will have dreams and visions about Jesus. Pray that Christians who live in the same area will learn the language of ● ● the Bajau and will share about Jesus with them. Pray that the Bajau will understand that they do not need to be afraid of evil spirits because Jesus is stronger and Jesus wants to be their healer. ● Sunday, July 14Day 6
  9. 9.   30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 Malawi ❤ Malawi is a country in Africa. It is long and thin, and it has a long lake, too. ❤ It is one of the poorest countries in the world. ❤ One of the tribes in Malawi is called Yao. M any tourists like to travel to Malawi because it has mountains to climb, parks with wild animals to visit and friendly people. But life in Malawi is difficult. Many people are farmers and have to work very hard to have enough food. Even the children have to help with the hard work. The farmers grow sugar, tea and tobacco. About 500 years ago, the first Muslims came to Malawi and brought Islam with them. Today Muslims from rich countries come and buy land in Malawi. They want to go out from there to tell even more people about Islam. These are animals you can find in Malawi, but some cheeky monkey made a mess with the letters: TNPALEHE AHEYN INHRO LOPTEENA BZEAR FABULFO Draw some animals that live in Malawi, cut them out and either put them in your pocket or hang them on the fridge to remind you to continue to pray for Malawi and the children there. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Ï Ó Let’s go! Many people in Malawi listen to the radio. Since 1999, TV is also available. Pray for Christian TV and radio programs. Pray that many missionaries who can help practically as doctors and nurses or people who can bring ● ● clean water to the villages will go to Malawi to help the people. Pray that the Yao will become Christians. Pray for the children who have to work hard that they can go to school and have a different life. ● ● Monday, July 15 Day 7
  10. 10. Ï Ó Let’s go! Radio Ministry for the Islamic World ❤ All over the world people are listening to the radio, no matter how poor they are. ❤ Radio can be heard in very remote areas of the world. ❤ People who cannot read and write can listen to the radio. S ome areas of the world are too dangerous for missionaries to go to, but the people in those places—including parts of Northern Africa and Central Asia—can listen to the radio. The radio programs are broadcast in many different languages, so people can hear it in their own language and understand it well. The radio programs that talk about Jesus are heard in many countries. Some places have no electricity, but people there can still listen to the radio because they have special radios that work with solar power. (Solar power is electricity that comes from the sun shining on special glass plates.) Through all the Bible programs on the radio, many Muslims can hear about Jesus in a way they otherwise never could. Do you have a radio at home? Listen to some music from the radio while you are praying, then put a note on the radio that says “PRAY.” Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  Pray for radio programs that are broadcasting what people really need to hear. Pray for the people who make the radio programs, that they will be ● ● encouraged and safe. Pray for the people who listen and want to know the truth, that they will understand that Jesus is the truth. ● Tuesday, July 16Day 8
  11. 11. 10  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 Muslims in Metro Vancouver ❤ Vancouver is the third-biggest city in Canada. ❤ In 2010, the Winter Olympics were held in Vancouver. ❤ For 40% of the people who live in Vancouver, English is not their first language. (That's almost half the people in Vancouver!) E very year more than a thousand students come from Saudi Arabia to Vancouver to study at a university there. During Ramadan, many of them meet at one of the 15 mosques to eat together and to pray. There they meet with Muslims from all over the world—from Africa, Asia and Europe. The only language they have in common is English. Many of the students are celebrating their first Ramadan away from home. Maybe they feel homesick, like you probably would if you had to celebrate Christmas without your family. How would you feel if you were far away from your family? Today, have everyone pray alone in different rooms or corners of your home. At the end, you can come together and pray that the students in Vancouver will find Christian families who care for them. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Ï Ó Let’s go! Pray that the Christians in Vancouver will show love to the Muslims who come from all over the world and that they will be ready to help them. Pray that the Christians will have wisdom from God so that they will know how to share Jesus with Muslims. Pray especially for the young students who come from Saudi Arabia, that they can hear about God and his love for them. ● ● ● Wednesday, July 17 Day 9
  12. 12. Ï Ó Let’s go! Violence in Damascus, Syria ❤ Damascus is the oldest inhabited city in the world—the oldest city where people are still living. ❤ The Apostle Paul traveled to Damascus. ❤ Syria is a country in the Middle East that borders the Mediterranean Sea. F or over a year, a war has been going on in Syria. Many people have died and many more have become refugees who have left Syria to live in Turkey and other countries. Many of those who died were Christians. They were killed by people who call themselves “Freedom Fighters.” There is a pastor who lives and works in Damascus who is not afraid. He is not running away. He stays in Damascus because his church is always full of people, and they need the pastor to look after them. But they are not the people who normally come. Now many Muslim women wearing veils are coming, bringing their children and even their husbands along with them. They all long for peace, and they know they can find it in the church. Find out why Christians know where to find true peace (each number represents a letter): 6 15 18 / 21 14 20 15 / 21 19 / 1 / 3 8 9 12 4 / 9 19 / 2 15 18 14, 21 14 20 15 / 21 19 / 1 / 19 15 14 / 9 19 / 7 9 22 5 14: 1 14 4 / 8 9 19 / 14 1 13 5 / 19 8 1 12 12 / 2 5 / 3 1 12 12 5 4 / 23 15 14 4 5 18 6 21 12 / 3 15 21 14 19 5 12 15 18 / 13 9 7 8 20 25 / 7 15 4 /5 22 5 18 12 1 19 20 9 14 7 / 6 1 20 8 5 18 / 16 18 9 14 3 5 / 15 6 / 16 5 1 3 5. Take some paper and make a crown out of it. Because Jesus is the Prince of Peace and the King of Kings, today each person who prays can take a turn wearing the crown as a child of the King. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  11 Pray for peace in Syria and for a good and just ruler. Pray that the Christians who are still in Damascus will be protected and that they can tell their neighbors ● ● about the Prince of Peace. Pray that many Christians outside Syria will continue to pray for Syria and help the people who suffer and those who have become refugees. ● Thursday, July 18Day 10
  13. 13. 12  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 Shaikh Muslims in India ❤ There are more than 200 million Shaikh Muslims— about as many people as all of Germany, France and Great Britain put together. ❤ Most Shaikh Muslims live in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. ❤ There are about 2 million Konkani-speaking Shaikh Muslims. K onkani is the language spoken by people in India in the state of Goa. Goa is a very nice place with many beaches where people come for vacations. Many of the Shaikh Muslims who live in and near Goa are fishermen. Shaikh Muslims, like many other Muslims in India, love to go to the graves of Muslim saints. Muslim saints are people who lived outstanding lives, and the people believe that they can heal and do miracles. The Muslims go to those graves, sing and play instruments, and decorate the graves very colorfully. There is no Bible available in the Konkani language spoken by the Shaikh Muslims in India. Because many of them also speak Hindi or Urdu, they could read Bibles in those languages. Stand on a chair to look out for Christians willing to go to the fishermen. Then sit in a boat that you make out of a towel or sheet and pretend to go to the Shaikh Muslims. Pray for them while you are sitting in your boat. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Ï Ó Let’s go! Pray for Christians to go to the villages of the fishermen of Goa to share about Jesus with them. Pray for those who became believers, that they will know Jesus better and better and that they will ● ● tell their friends and family about him without fear. Pray that the Christians will accept the new believers from the Shaikh Muslims with love and with open arms. ● Friday, July 19 Day 11
  14. 14. Ï Ó Let’s go! Muslims Who Have Never Heard about Jesus ❤ Some Muslims are not against Jesus; they just have never heard about him. ❤ In some Islamic countries it is nearly impossible to hear about Jesus. P ramana had big problems, and he felt that his life was ruined. He went to the imam (the leader of the mosque) and asked him what he should do. The imam told him to fast and meditate for three days. Pramana obeyed and went home to meditate. After three days, Pramana heard a voice that said, “Find Jesus, find the gospel.” But who or what was Jesus? Pramana had no idea. Was it something to eat, a tree or simply a rock? But the voice continued to speak to him and give him instructions about what to do. Pramana walked all night to a city where he’d never been, to the place the voice told him to go. In that home, he found a Christian—one of only three Christians in Pramana’s people group of 24 million! The Christian told him all about Jesus. Pramana decided that day to follow Jesus. Can you help Pramana to find the way into the city? Read Romans 10:13–14 together out loud. While one person reads the verse, one can pray. Take turns reading and praying. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  13 Pray that Muslims can hear about Jesus. Pray that countries let missionaries come in, pray for Bibles for the people to read, for radio programs, and for dreams and visions. ● Pray for Muslims to believe in Jesus, and pray that they believe what they have heard and read. Pray that they call on Jesus and are saved and become part of his family. ● ● Saturday, July 20Day 12 Maze puzzle @ kidsdomain
  15. 15. 14  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 A Prayer for Bethlehem ❤ Bethlehem is the place where Jesus was born. ❤ Not many Christians live in Bethlehem today. ❤ Bethlehem is part of Palestine. I t is hard to be an Arab Christian living in Bethlehem. Many have already left and now live somewhere else in the world. A pastor in Bethlehem said, “We would like to live in a peaceful country, but there is no peace. Many of us have no jobs because there are no jobs available, and we are only a few Christians.” But there is also hope. Muslims have become believers in Jesus because of Christians sharing with them. One church has grown from only five to 56 families. The pastor for that church says, “God is doing miracles!” Make the room you are in dark by closing the curtains or shutters. Sitting in the dark, pray for the Christians in Bethlehem. At the end of your prayer time, light a candle as a sign that a little light is enough to chase the darkness away. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Ï Ó Let’s go! Pray that the Christians are encouraged and know that they can be salt and light for the people in Bethlehem. (You know that it is enough to put only a little salt in food to make it tasty.) Pray that the new believers who ● ● come from a Muslim background are protected. Pray for the pastors to have wisdom about how to help those new believers to grow. Also pray that churches from other countries will encourage these pastors. ● Sunday, July 21 Day 13
  16. 16. Ï Ó Let’s go! Jesus Chases Away Fear ❤ Many Muslims practice a form of folk Islam, so they believe in spirits and have many fears. ❤ They go to the graves of dead Muslim saints because they believe they have special power. B ilal wakes up every night and he trembles with fear. This has been happening to him for many nights. He cannot work well anymore, and he is angry with his family and friends. Finally he goes to a sheik, somebody who really knows about Islam and has even made a pilgrimage to Mecca. He explains all his fears to him. The sheik gives Bilal a white thread to wear around his wrist and an amulet to attach to his pillow. Bilal is happy, but soon he realizes that this does not help his fears at all. He still wakes up trembling. Then Bilal decided to go to a church, where he got to know Jesus and accepted him. After some time, he did not have nightmares anymore. He felt free from it all! Today he tells others about the freedom he received and how wrong it is to believe in folk Islam. Think about this verse today! Yks eht pu gnithgil srats ekil meht gnoma enihs tsum uoy Read Philippians 2:15 today. As Christians, we should be like stars that shine so people can see them. Make some paper stars and hang them up all over your home to remind you of the freedom you have and to help you remember to pray for Muslims. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  15 Pray that many Muslims will be free from such fears. Pray that Christians will act like the stars that shine and be testimonies of God and the freedom he gives. ● ● Pray that Muslims who get to know Jesus will realize that they need to get rid of those old beliefs and change. ● Monday, July 22Day 14
  17. 17. Chinese Hui Muslims Dream of Jesus ❤ The Hui Muslims live in the northern area of China. ❤ There are 10 million Hui Chinese in China. ❤ If there are no Christians and no Bible, God can speak in dreams. O ne night during Ramadan, Halid had a dream. In his dream a man came, took his hand and helped him to climb a hill. When Halid was tired the man let him rest and then took his hand again. Even when Halid was at the top of the hill, the man did not let go of his hand. Halid was really puzzled and asked a friend, also a Muslim, if he knew what the dream was all about. The friend told him: that was Jesus in your dream. Halid knew it was true, so he got a Bible and started reading it and sharing the Good News with the people in his community. Halid met Jesus in a dream. But there are still many Hui who need to hear about Jesus. Get a pillow, put it on the floor, close your eyes and pray! Let everyone in the family do that, because Halid was sleeping when he met Jesus. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Tuesday, July 23 Day 15 Ï Ó Let’s go! 16  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 Ask Jesus that more Huis will have dreams and visions about him. Pray that the Chinese Christians will not be afraid of the Hui, but will love them. Pray that those Hui who already know Jesus can be bold and courageous and share about Jesus with their friends and families. ● ● ●
  18. 18. Ï Ó Let’s go! Reaching Out to South Africa ❤ South Africa is the country at the bottom (far south) of the African continent. ❤ About 2% of South Africans are Muslims, but that number is growing. T here are some people in South Africa who are very open to accept Islam and become a Muslim. One group is the prisoners. They want to receive forgiveness for what they have done, and if Christians are not going to visit them then Muslims will go. The other group is poor, black South Africans who live in the countryside. They often believe that being a Christian is only for white people, so they become Muslims. Also, Muslims help them with food when they are hungry. To show the love of Jesus, Christians in South Africa need to go out and visit the prisoners and the poor people because that is what the Bible tells us. Here are some things you will find in South Africa: Can you find these words? Leopard Buffalo Elephant Hippo Zebra Rivers National Park Table Mountain Lion Penguin Today, let a parent act as the pastor. Everyone else in the family hides somewhere. You are the prisoners, the poor, the people in the countryside. The pastor goes and searches for all of you. Every time somebody is found, the two will pray together. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  17 Pray for those in South Africa who share the Good News with Muslims. Pray that they are sensitive to their culture. Pray for more pastors to go into the prisons and share about God’s forgiveness with the prisoners. ● ● Pray for the poor people who live in slums, that Christians will go and help them and share the Good News with them. Pray for the pastors who live in the countryside, that they will be strong in their faith. ● ● Wednesday, July 24Day 16 E G H L E O P A R D V X A N A T I O N A L P A R K P J H F O D B U F F A L O K S V Z N D N I U G N E P L Y C E L E P H A N T T P U T A B L E M O U N T A I N F D R I V E R S K L O H Z B A A C Q W E R S D R T O
  19. 19. 18  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 Indonesian Laborers in Taiwan ❤ Taiwan is an island near China. ❤ Taipei is the biggest city of Taiwan. ❤ There are 155,000 Indonesian domestic workers (household helpers) in Taiwan. That’s as many people as a medium-sized city like Tallahassee, Florida, or Vancouver, Washington. C an you imagine how you would feel if you lived far away from your family in a country where you could not speak the language? Would you like to find friends from your home country? That’s what the Indonesian workers in Taiwan did. They would meet at the main railroad station on Sundays. But there were so many of them that the people who came to take the train had a hard time getting by them, so it caused complaints. Besides the main railway station, Indonesian household workers meet in the streets, in parks and in smaller stations. Many of the workers are working in Christian families. In Hong Kong there are also many Indonesians. The churches there have started to help them and to provide places where they can meet. The Christians in Taiwan could follow their example. In order to reach out to the Indonesian workers it is important to work together. Stand in a circle and hold hands. One person can start to pray. When that person has finished, he or she can press the hand of the next person. Keep taking turns praying until everyone gets a chance. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Ï Ó Let’s go! Pray that the churches and Christians reach out to their servants with love and that they learn from them and their culture. Pray that the Taiwanese Christians will share the Good News with the Indonesian workers. ● ● Pray that the different churches will work together and make good plans to reach all the workers. Pray that the Indonesian workers will have open hearts to hear and understand the Good News. ● ● Thursday, July 25 Day 17
  20. 20. Ï Ó Let’s go! Hold the Children’s Hands ❤ There are about 2.4 billion children in the world— about one-third of all the people alive. ❤ 600 million are Muslim children. M any Muslim children are very poor. Some of them have to beg for food for their families. Some children join gangs or become child soldiers or terrorists. They can’t go to school, and sick children don't get the medicine they need. Some Christians, churches and organizations are helping the children who live in the streets. They give food and help them to go to school. Still, there are not enough people who are helping the Muslim children. Today you can help the suffering children. Ask your mother to cook a simple meal, maybe only soup, and give the money you saved to an organization that helps poor children. When you pray, hold an umbrella over yourselves and remember the children who need protection. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  19 Only if we work together can we really help all the needy Muslim children. Pray for churches and organizations to work together in order to help many children. ● Pray for protection for all children who live in Muslim countries. Ask God how you could help those children, not just today but also in the coming year. ● ● Friday, July 26Day 18
  21. 21. 20  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 The Education of Women ❤ In some Muslim countries, girls and women are not allowed to go to school. ❤ The worst countries for women’s education are Afghanistan, Pakistan and Yemen. I f you are a girl, imagine that just because of that you are not allowed to go to school. You have to stay at home and help your mother with cooking and cleaning the house. Your brother goes on to study at a university, and you are still just at home. Maybe you have been able to learn a little bit of reading, but nobody showed you how to write. How would you like that? Aren’t you glad you are able to go to school and you can read what is written here? Many girls can’t go to school in Muslim countries. In Afghanistan, only one in ten women can read and write. How can a mother help her children with homework if she has never been to school? Do you have the following subjects in school? GINDRAE  TWIIRGN  HTMA  NCSCEIE  UALNGGASE Where are your school books? How many do you have? Hold them up, or at least some of them, while you are praying. Pass them on to the next person to pray. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Ï Ó Let’s go! Pray that schools are built in Afghanistan and Pakistan and that girls will be allowed to go there. Pray for the people who speak out on behalf of educating women and ● ● girls, that they will be protected. Pray that people won’t listen to those who want to stop girls from having education, but that they will listen instead to those who help girls. ● Saturday, July 27 Day 19
  22. 22. Ï Ó Let’s go! The Chitral Valley in Pakistan ❤ About 12 different languages are spoken in Chitral, a valley in Pakistan. ❤ Khowar is the most common language with about 300,000 people speaking it. ❤ The valley lies between two really high mountains, the Hindu Kush and the Hindu Raj. C hitral is a very beautiful valley but for a long time it was not easy to go there. In winter the passes are blocked by deep snow. Now there is a tunnel under the mountain to go into the valley. The people who live in Chitral are very friendly and peace-loving. But they are also very poor and many men have to work far away from home. They have to send money home to help their mothers, sisters and grandmothers, as well as their wives and children. Nobody can live alone in a place like Chitral; people need each other. The Chitral people are afraid that terrorists also will come to their beautiful valley. You have to see the beauty of this valley! You can google it or go this website: http://www.summitpost.org/chitral-valley-pakistan/557262 Pray while you look at the beautiful pictures. Try to imagine you are going there as a missionary. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  21 Pray that the people in Chitral will have dreams and visions of Jesus. Pray that the valley will stay peaceful and that terrorists will not attack it. ● ● Pray that the Bible will be translated into Khowar. Pray that missionaries will be willing to go and work in Chitral. ● ● Sunday, July 28Day 20
  23. 23. 22  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 Understanding Muslims in the Central African Republic (CAR) ❤ The Central African Republic really does lie in the center of Africa; check it out on a map! ❤ Till 1960, the country was called Ubangi-Shari and was a colony of France. ❤ The CAR is one of the poorest countries in the world. T he Central African Republic has many natural resources, such as diamonds, gold and wood. But they are far away from the coast, where they could load everything on ships and sell it to other countries, so they remain poor. Arab countries nearby are helping, and they are also hoping that people in the CAR will become Muslims. Many people who run businesses or are shop owners are people from Muslim nations. In the north of the CAR live the Rungas, a Muslim tribe who have not yet heard the Good News of Jesus. But God also is at work in the CAR. A well-known Muslim from the Fulani tribe has become a believer in Jesus and is telling others about Jesus now. He became a believer during Ramadan. This gorilla who lives in the CAR is hungry! Help him to get the banana. Some people in the CAR become Muslims because of the influence of Muslims who have money. Get some coins and put them in a bag, then have each member of your family take a coin out. The person with the highest-value coin can start, then the next highest, and so on, until everyone has prayed. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Ï Ó Let’s go! Give thanks to God for the peace that is still there in the CAR, even with all the problems the country is facing. Pray that not only Muslims but also ● ● Christians will run businesses and that God will give them success. Pray for training programs for the Christians so that they know how to share the Good News with Muslims. ● Monday, July 29 Day 21
  24. 24. Ï Ó Let’s go! Hospitality for Muslims in Canada ❤ Muslims leave their home countries because of war, persecution or natural disasters. ❤ Some leave because they long to be free. J ack had become a follower of Jesus. One day his brother told him that his father was planning to kill him. Jack ran away, and after some years he reached Canada. He didn't know anyone and he felt really lonely. In 2008, a group of Christians in Canada started a newcomer center for people like Jack. Now Jack is helping in that center. Muslims who have arrived in Canada can go there and get help with learning English, childcare and tutoring. Boys and girls can play soccer, and families can go to community festivals. At the newcomer center, the Christians and the Muslims become friends. Through that friendship, some Muslims have become followers of Isa Al-Masih (Jesus the Messiah). Let your parents be the house, stretching out their arms with the hands together to form a roof. The children can stand in the house and find shelter there. Then pray together for Christians to show hospitality and welcome Muslims. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  23 Pray for Christians to help Muslims who are new in a country and become friends with them. Pray for more centers like the one in Canada. ● ● Pray that Muslims will find their way to the centers and come to trust the people who work there. ● Tuesday, July 30Day 22 OHospitality is very important in Muslim culture
  25. 25. 24  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 Refugees from Somalia ❤ Somalia is a country in East Africa. ❤ The war in Somalia has been going on for 20 years. ❤ Dadaab is a refugee camp in Kenya and the biggest in the world. H ave you ever slept in a tent? Would you like to do that? Some children have never been able to sleep in a proper house. Hot desert wind blows around the tents where the refugees live in Dadaab. Many have been living in Dadaab for many years. Some of the children and teenagers have never lived anywhere else than in the refugee camp, where they were born. A woman named Khadija had also lived in the camp with her children, but because she was a Christian she could not live there in peace. The Muslim extremists frightened her and her children, so she ran away again. Now they are living in the big city of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. This is what Khadija needs: 19 15 / 4 15 / 14 15 20 / 2 5 / 1 6 18 1 9 4 / 15 6 / 20 8 5 19 5 / 16 5 15 16 12 5. 20 8 5 / 12 15 18 4 / 25 15 21 18 / 7 15 4 / 9 19 / 23 9 20 8 / 25 15 21 Take some sheets and make a tent with them. You can cover a table as a tent. Then sit in the tent and pray. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Ï Ó Let’s go! Pray that peace will finally come to Somalia and that a good government will rule. Pray that Christians can meet and not be persecuted. ● ● Pray that those who are Christians can grow and be strong in their faith. Pray for missionaries to the Somalis and for literature and radio broadcasting. ● ● Wednesday, July 31 Day 23
  26. 26. Ï Ó Let’s go! Muslim Children and Youth in Switzerland ❤ August 1st is the Swiss National Day. ❤ Many Muslim children attend a Qur’an school on Saturday, where they learn Arabic and the teachings of Islam. This is like an Islamic Sunday school. ❤ Some children need to be the translators for their parents. H ave you ever felt like your classmates had no idea what you were talking about when you spoke about Jesus in school? Maybe they even laughed about it. That’s what some of the Muslim children in Switzerland experience. At home with their family, they speak about God (Allah), they pray and they go to meet other Muslims. In school, though, nobody talks about God or prays. Some children from Muslim families live in two different worlds. At home they learn to be obedient to their parents. Some of the girls are told what kind of clothes they can wear. They spend a lot of time as a family and with other Muslim friends and relatives. But when they go to school, everything is different. Their classmates eat pork and wear clothes they would never be allowed to wear. Their family members don’t care for each other in the same way. For example, they hear of families that are sending their grandparents to homes for the elderly. Muslim children in Switzerland are confused by these differences. Which one is the right way to live? They need friends. Do you know what the Swiss flag looks like? It is square and red with a white cross in the middle. On this special day, many flags will be hanging everywhere in Switzerland. You can make your own Swiss flag today. In the white cross, write some names of Muslim children you know or draw a picture of boys and girls at school. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  25 Pray for the Muslim children and youth to find friends who are Christians and who will share Jesus with them. Pray for the children who are refugees and who need to be translators for their parents, that they ● ● as a family can make a new home in Switzerland. Pray for the Swiss people to be open and willing to become friends with Muslim families and to invite them into their homes. ● Thursday, August 1Day 24
  27. 27. 26  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 Martial Art in Indonesia ❤ Around 9 million people live in the Indonesian province of Banten. ❤ Indonesia is a country made up of many hundreds of islands. ❤ Banten is also a harbor where spices used to be sent all over the world. H ave you ever seen somebody who is walking over hot coals or striking himself with a knife and does not get hurt? Doing this is called “debus,” and it is a martial art done by the Banten people. They believe that if somebody is pure before God he will get the power to do it. Almost all Banten have had some experience with this art. The Banten are a people group who have not heard about Jesus yet, and many are very strong Muslims. There are very few Christians who live in the Banten villages. Nearer to the Indonesian capital city, Jakarta, there are more Christians living among the Banten, but they are not sharing the Good News with them. Some spices smell nice! Cinnamon is a good example. Christians should be a good fragrance of God for others. Get some good-smelling spices from your kitchen. You can smell them and pass them on to the person you want to pray next. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Pray that the Banten will be free from believing that God gives them power to do “debus.” Pray that they will be open to hear the Good News. ● ● Pray for the Christians to become friends to the Banten and to serve them. Pray for missionaries to go to the Banten. ● ● Friday, August 2 Day 25 Ï Ó Let’s go!
  28. 28. Ï Ó Let’s go! Laylat al-Qadr—the Night of Power ❤ Muslims believe Mohammed received his first revelation of the Qur’an this night. ❤ We are praying in advance for the Night of Power, which will start on the 27th day. ❤ Muslims are very open for something special to happen this night. T he Night of Power is special. Many Muslims have had visions and dreams of Jesus during this night and have become believers. During this night, Muslims expect that God hears their prayers more than on other nights. Some people pray for healing, women pray to have a child and they will all pray for a special touch from God. Some Muslims think that if they pray a lot during this night then it is okay that they have not prayed during the year. This is something the Lord wants to say to those who pray tonight. Epoh lla tsol evah ohw esoht sevas eh, degaruocsid era ohw esoht ot raen si drol eht Read Zechariah 9:9 together. There it says we should rejoice because the king is coming. Sing songs of rejoicing today! Half of you can sing while the other half of your family is praying, then you can change places. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  27 Pray for those who are seeking help from God this night, that they realize that all help comes from Jesus who is the Messiah. Pray that Christians who are working among Muslims will have a chance to share the Good News today. Pray that many Muslims will again have dreams and visions from God tonight. ● ● ● Saturday, August 3Day 26
  29. 29. 28  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 Princes become Laborers ❤ The Kingdom of Deccan was in the Indian State of Andra Pradesh. ❤ Hyderabad is the capital of Andra Pradesh and many Deccani live there. ❤ There are over 12 million Deccani. F or over 500 years, the Deccani Muslims were part the Kingdom of Deccan, where they were princes or rich landowners. In 1948, the Kingdom of Deccan became part of the country of India and the princes became smiths, shopkeepers or taxi drivers. Many of them have become poor and hopeless. The Deccani are one of the biggest groups that has not yet been reached with the Good News about Jesus. In past years, some missionaries have started to share the Good News with the Deccani, but there are not enough people reaching out to the Deccani. The missionaries who are there have become tired. Today you can imagine you used to be a prince or a princess. Dress like a prince or princess before you pray for the Deccani Muslims. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Pray for Bible distribution among Deccani Muslims, because they believe in the Holy Scriptures. In Hyderabad, Hindus and Muslims often start to fight with each other. Pray for peace between them. ● ● Pray for dreams and visions of Jesus. Pray for the Christians and the churches to reach out to the Deccani Muslims with the Good News. ● ● Sunday, August 4 Day 27 Ï Ó Let’s go!
  30. 30. Ï Ó Let’s go! The Soninke in the Sahara Desert ❤ There are about 2 million Soninke, with only 100 known Christians. ❤ It gets very hot in the Sahara—113°F is normal. ❤ Many Soninke live in big cities, far away from home. T he Soninke live in huts together with their families, including uncles, aunts and grandparents. They are farmers who cultivate land and look after animals. Because they are very poor, many of the young men have left and are now working in cities like Paris or New York. Can you imagine how different it is to live in such a big city instead of a small hut in the desert? The young men send home some of the money they earn to help their families. Many missionaries are working among the Soninke. Some are translating the Bible, but it is a difficult job. Many of the Soninke use cell phones, so the missionaries can give them Bible portions to listen to on their phones. Do you or your parents have a cell phone? Go and get it. If you have a Bible on the phone, read John 3:16, or listen to a song on your cell phone. Pray for the Soninke that they too can hear God’s message to them via their mobile phones. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  29 Pray for the Bible translators, who have a difficult job. Pray that the Soninke will want to hear the message of God. ● ● Pray for Christians to help the Soninke to get Bible passages for their mobile phones. ● Monday, August 5Day 28
  31. 31. 30  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 Using the Internet to Share the Gospel ❤ There are more than 990 million mobile phones in the Middle East. That’s three times the population of the United States! ❤ More than half of the people living in Iran use Facebook on their cell phones. M any young people in the Middle East and Africa own mobile phones. They send each other lots of messages and browse the Internet. For many it is difficult to get a phone, and they keep those phones until they fall apart because they have no money to buy new ones. Several Christian ministries have tried to reach out to the young generation through cell phones and the Internet. They want to start discussions with young Muslims, share the Good News with them and pray for them. These are some of the countries in the Middle East, but something went wrong. Can you find out what it is and get the names straightened out? JORRAIN  BAHDAN  KUARABIA  SAUDIRAN  IWAIT Use the Internet to find out where the countries listed above are located. Many young Muslims live there. Pray for all the countries you find. Prayer Ideas Did you know? Ï Ó Let’s go! Pray that Christians can make contact with Muslims to share the gospel with them. Pray that long-term friendships can be established and Muslims will ● ● become followers of Jesus. Pray that governments in Middle- Eastern countries will not stop young people from using the Internet. ● Tuesday, August 6 Day 29
  32. 32. Ï Ó Let’s go! Muslims Sacrifice for Eid Festival ❤ Eid al-Adha (“Feast of the Sacrifice”) is 70 days after Ramadan. ❤ About 100 million animals are slaughtered for the feast all over the world. T he most important holiday for Muslims is Eid al-Adha, the “Feast of the Sacrifice.” When Muslims celebrate this festival, they slaughter an animal. They do this to remember when Ibrahim (that’s what they call Abraham) offered his first son to God. If you know any Muslims, ask them what they believe and why they sacrifice an animal. If they ask you what you believe, you can tell them that you believe in Jesus. You can tell them that God said Jesus was the lamb of God who died for us and took away our sins. Do you like to draw? Can you draw a sheep or a little lamb? Make one for everyone in your family. If you have Muslim friends, write their names on the sheep, pray for them and keep the sheep in your pocket as a reminder to continue to pray. Prayer Ideas Did you know? 30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013  31 Pray that Muslims understand that only Jesus can forgive sins. Pray that Muslims would remember Bible verses that they have heard on TV, the radio or the Internet and understand that they are the truth. ● ● Muslims believe that they can do some rituals to be clean. Pray that they will understand that only believing in Jesus can really make us clean. ● Wednesday, August 7Day 30
  33. 33. 32  30 Days Prayer Guide Just For Kids 2013 Day 7 Elephant  Hyena  Rhino Antelope  Zebra  Buffalo Day 10 and Day 23 Isaiah 9:6 Day 14 Phillipians 2:15b Day 16 E G H L E O P A R D V X A N A T I O N A L P A R K P J H F O D B U F F A L O K S V Z N D N I U G N E P L Y C E L E P H A N T T P U T A B L E M O U N T A I N F D R I V E R S K L O H Z B A A C Q W E R S D R T O A B C D E F G H I J K L M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Day 2 John 13:35 Day 4 LEVO, VOEL, LEOV, VOLE do not work because they are scrambled. All the others have the letters in order—LOVE, OVEL, VELO—if you read the L first, then go to the next letter and then back to the beginning. Day 6 Day 19 Reading, writing, math, science, languages Day 23 Deuteronomy 7:21 Day 26 Psalm 34:18 Day 29 Jordan, Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Iran Answer Page
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