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What Does YOUR Life Shout?

Praying John Hyde

“Shout the victory of Jesus Christ.” -Praying John Hyde

I can’t believe it – I got to drop to my knees in the exact spot where Praying John Hyde prayed. His intense intercession had carved ruts into the brick floor.

I wept.

One hundred years later, the presence of God was still lingering over the legacy of this man’s prayers.

Hyde made history through his intercession in Northern India. In fact, he prayed himself into an early grave at 48 years old, when his body collapsed under exhaustion. His dying words rang through the air: Victory in Jesus. As our team traveled across the region, you could seethe impact of his prayer life everywhere. (More info on Praying Hyde HERE.)

Later, as our jeep rumbled down Highway 1 back to Delhi, I saw a doll-faced boy clinging to his father’s sweater on the back of a motorbike. He was so precious. Suddenly the toddler’s eyes shut into a blissful sleep. What?! Our driver sped up, honking in a frenzy to catch the father’s attention, “Your baby is sleeping!” we yelled. He reached back with one hand and grasped his son to himself and continued on his journey.

You & I could say a lot of things about this, right? But my take away is this: pay attention and pray-attention.

“The end of all things is near. Therefore be alert and of sober mind so that you may pray.” (1 Peter 4:7)

I’ll meet you in the throne room…deal?

Hugs to you from incredible India~


Kathleen Dillard

P.S. Your prayer help is still needed at the High Place Prayer Patrol.

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