A. The Organisers
a. Commitment to the work
b. Willingness to serve and sacrifice to the Lord
c. An earnest desire & burden to see the lost saved
d. Unity in the team
e. Ask God to cleanse organisers of impure motives for being involved in the planning
f. Pray against the love of money and a greedy heart
g. Ask God to grant each of us grace to be spiritually prepared before the meetings take off
h. Ask God to help organisers use resources properly – financial, human, material, etc
i. Pray that those who take up assignments will execute them on time. Pray against unnecessary delays.
j. Pray against selfish interests among organisers
k. Ask God to speak to the speakers during the outreach, so that they will speak the mind of God, not their best messaged. They need to preach from revelation.
l. Pray that there will be miracles as God’s word comes to the people, so that every heart of stone will be broken.
m. Pray for those who will be involved with the medical outreach that God will use them to bring healing in another dimension.
n. More prayer request later
o. Pray as you feel led
B. People we are reaching out to.
a. These villages have had a lot of bloodshed for the sake of land! Pray therefore for the Lord to have mercy on the land.
b. Pray for the strongholds of tradition to be broken so that the indigenes can be set free to serve the Living God, and added to the fold. (Very few Bakweris have believed who come from this area, after so many years of fasting, prayer and evangelism carried out in this area). Their refusal to accept strangers is a disservice not only to their physical development but more so spiritually.
c. Pray for the Bakweris in these areas to be hospitable and welcoming to strangers.
d. Ask the Holy Spirit to prepare their hearts to open up to the gospel when they hear it preached.
e. Pray that God will save men of influence in Buea, from several domains of life – governor’s office, council, military, medical doctors, financial authorities, Police, warders, business people, etc
f. Break the power of unbelief in the people’s hearts
g. Pray on
C. Aftermath of the Outreach (Follow-up, etc)
a. Ask that there will be genuine openness to the gospel on the part of the inquirers
b. Pray for the 1-month-long discipleship program that during that time, the gospel foundation will be established in their lives.
c. Ask that the Holy Spirit will help them to continue to abide in God’s Word
d. Pray that they will be filled with the Holy Spirit evident through gifts of the Spirit
e. Pray on
D. Spiritual Warfare against the Devil & his Kingdom in Buea
a. Watch the follow video clip about life in Buea to help better pray: http://www.bakweri.com/2008/02/a-video-clip-of.html
b. Bind and paralyse Efasa Moto, believed to be the the god of Mount Cameroon in Buea by the Bakweri people. More here: http://www.bakweri.com/2007/01/efasa_moto_the_.html
c. The Liengu cult is primarily a medicinal rite that leads to the induction of the patient into the powerful mermaid cult. Bind the spirit if Liengu in Buea. Read here: http://www.bakweri.com/2007/06/the-liengu-cult.html
d. Bind the spirit released through the Eyu and Motio rites. Read here: http://www.bakweri.com/2007/07/the-eyu-and-mot.html
e. The symbol of the Bakweri people is the elephant or Njoku. Bind the spirits that are released through the elephant dance. Ask for the deliverance of those possessed by this spirit. More here:
f. Four kinds of rituals are performed on pregnant women among the Bakweri. Ask for cleaning for those women who were subjected to these rituals. More here: http://www.bakweri.com/2005/05/strongperformer.html
g. Bind the strong man of the city, who has kept people in darkness.
h. Bind the spirit of religion that operates in the city of Buea
i. Overthrow the prince of the power of the air in Buea
j. Bind the spirit of “Opasa Moto” – the god of the land
k. Bind the power of witches and wizards. See http://www.bakweri.com/2008/07/an-african-expl.html
l. Bind spirits that operate from Mount Cameroon and from the forest. Bind spirits operating from the nearby sea in Limbe. Read this article