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Pray For Thailand
Pray For Thailand
93% of the population are Buddhist 0.7% of the population are
93% of the population are Buddhist 0.7% of the population are
Thailand emerged as a kingdom in the 13th century and over the next
Thailand emerged as a kingdom in the 13th century and over the next
Ko Phi Phi was devastated by the Indian Ocean Tsunami of December 2004
Ko Phi Phi was devastated by the Indian Ocean Tsunami of December 2004
Free!
Free!
Ko Lao Liang Tai
Ko Lao Liang Tai
The first missionaries came to Bangkok in 1828, but it was 12 years
The first missionaries came to Bangkok in 1828, but it was 12 years
Bangkok is the capital city and has the largest population
Bangkok is the capital city and has the largest population
Thailand is a Buddhist country but there is freedom to belong to other
Thailand is a Buddhist country but there is freedom to belong to other
Prayer POINTs
Prayer POINTs

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1 Pray For Thailand

Pray For Thailand

With kind help from the OMF (http://www.omf.org/omf/thailand/inside_Thailand)

2 93% of the population are Buddhist 0.7% of the population are

93% of the population are Buddhist 0.7% of the population are

Christian.

Population

Used to be called ‘Siam’ but its ceremonial name is ‘Krungthep Mahanakhon Amonrattanakosin Mahintharayutthaya Mahadilokphop Noppharatratchathani Burirom-udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amonphiman Awatansathit Sakkathattiya Witsanu Kamprasit’

3 Thailand emerged as a kingdom in the 13th century and over the next

Thailand emerged as a kingdom in the 13th century and over the next

four centuries enlarged its borders through conquest. During the 1800s British influence grew with trade, the country began to modernise and Thailand kept its independence by ceding land to the colonial powers - Cambodia and Laos to the French and part of Malaysia to the British. The present King Rama IX ascended the throne in 1946. Rule by benign military dictatorship was stable until 1973, when efforts to develop democracy ushered in two decades of mainly peaceful military coups, political and social unrest and uneasy coalitions until a non-military government was achieved. Through it all, the king has remained a stabilising influence, being well-respected and loved by the people. He is the world’s longest-serving head of state.

4 Ko Phi Phi was devastated by the Indian Ocean Tsunami of December 2004

Ko Phi Phi was devastated by the Indian Ocean Tsunami of December 2004

when nearly all of the island's infrastructure was destroyed – it is a popular tourist location.

5 Free!

Free!

Thailand is unique in South-East Asia in that it has never been a dependency of another nation. The word ‘thai’ means ‘free’. Thai women are active in business affairs, professions and the arts. No single culture has ever dominated the entire area.

6 Ko Lao Liang Tai

Ko Lao Liang Tai

The bird’s nests are collected here to make bird’s nest soup- one of the most expensive foods you can buy at ?1500 per kilogram!

7 The first missionaries came to Bangkok in 1828, but it was 12 years

The first missionaries came to Bangkok in 1828, but it was 12 years

before the first sustained missionary presence was established. After 19 more years, they baptised their first convert. Official antagonism, persecution, and the short life-span of missionaries hampered the growth of the Church. The churches in the north of the country remain the strongest in Thailand, with 75 per cent of the country’s Christians being from this area. The growth of the Church in Thailand has been slow. Much of the growth has been among the Thai-speaking Chinese in the cities and the marginalised tribal peoples.

8 Bangkok is the capital city and has the largest population

Bangkok is the capital city and has the largest population

9 Thailand is a Buddhist country but there is freedom to belong to other

Thailand is a Buddhist country but there is freedom to belong to other

religions.

Bangkok alone has 687 Buddhist Temples!

10 Prayer POINTs

Prayer POINTs

Thailand’s religious culture is a complex web of spirit appeasement, occult practices and Buddhism, which is closely interwoven with social culture. Pray that Christians may be able to express their faith without losing their cultural identity. Leadership training is vital. There are fine evangelical leaders, but there are few who are adequately trained and spiritually mature. Of the 76 provinces, 14 have fewer than 1000 Christians, three have less than 100, and four have no evangelical congregations. Bible translation is ongoing. Some people do not have the complete Bible in their mother tongue. Christians among the hill tribes in the north have a vision and calling to reach their people groups in the countries surrounding Thailand. Pray for them as they take the gospel into these areas. Students [one million] have largely not heard the gospel. Pray for OMF’s work at a Christian centre in one university. Pray for Christian students who are a tiny minority among their peers.

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