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Khampti in India
pronounced: KAHM-tee

Do you have a prayer room at your home? Do you pray twice a day? The Buddhist Khampti people of Northeastern India make this their practice. These peace-loving people make offerings of flowers and food. They are settled agriculturists, and use a plow drawn by a single animal, either an ox or a buffalo. They are also renowned for their craftsmanship. Their Buddhist priests use wood, bone or ivory to carve religious statues.

Ministry Obstacles: The Buddhist Khampti people may not understand their need for forgiveness of sin, and that provision for forgiveness has only been provided through Christ's death. Pray for spiritual understanding.

Outreach Ideas: Pray that Indian believers would become wise in sowing the Word of God among Khampti families, multiplying his blessings to many Khampti households.

Scripture Focus: "On the last day of the feast, the great day, Jesus stood up and cried out, If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water."
- John 7:37-38

Prayer Focus Pray for this people group to experience the fullness of the Holy Spirit and the overflowing, gracious love of God. There are followers of Jesus among the Khampti people, although few in number. Pray they would be quick to turn from sin and would serve the Lord with gladness. Pray these peace-loving people would encounter the Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ. Pray the Lord would reveal himself to them, and that the Lord would thrust out messengers of the gospel to the Khampti people.


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