4 April 2020

Read & Pray Around the World

READ: Matt 21 : 6-10

PRAY:

Pray for people around the world participating in Bible 2020. Today we start a new theme in our Bible readings: ‘A Triumphant King’. Pray that we will respond afresh to the reality of the Easter story and the wonder of Jesus’ resurrection.

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