May 4, 2021

May 4, 2021

Islam rests upon five “pillars”. Let’s pray for our Muslim neighbours as they practice these PILLARS


Five times daily—dawn, noon, afternoon, evening and night— Muslims are called to pray. After washing hands, face and feet, they repeat the ritual of prayer, which includes prostrating themselves towards Mecca, affirming that Allah is merciful and compassionate and asking for guidance, and reciting the first chapter of the Quran.

Ask the Holy Spirit to convict Muslims of their sin and to reveal Jesus Christ as God’s merciful answer to their need for a Saviour. Ask the Holy Spirit to guide them toward accepting His gracious gift of suffering on the cross in their place.

About Loving Muslims Together

Loving Muslims Together exists because God’s love, demonstrated through Jesus Christ, is for Muslims. We function as local networks across Canada. We work to connect people and churches to opportunities, training and resources to help them build bridges to their Muslim neighbours, living out God’s love in word and deed.

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Mosque communities are often the target of hate and racism, but we are called to love. Perhaps the most loving thing we can do is to pray. Use this monthly blog to help inspire prayers of love and compassion for those who call your neighbourhood mosque their home.
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No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion.

Nelson Mandela

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your strength and all your mind. And your neighbor as yourself.