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Bulang of China
The Bulang are a multilingual people who commonly speak Chinese in addition to their native language, Blang. One distinguishing feature of the Bulang is the men's practice of tattooing their limbs and torsos. Most of the Bulang have never once heard the name of Jesus. They are a Buddhist people, groping in spiritual darkness and daily crying out to gods who can neither hear them nor help them.
The Bulang live in mountainous areas, difficult to access.
Sustained, focused prayer is needed to help these people come to the Living Water that Jesus offers.
Pray for Scripture and other resources to become available to the Bulang. Pray the few believers in Christ will find materials to help them grow in their faith, as well as qualified teachers.
Pray for each Bulang, child and adult, to hear clearly of who Jesus is, and what he has done on their behalf. Pray each person may hear this message many times, in several forms.
"After these things I looked, and behold, a great multitude which no one could count, from every nation and all tribes and peoples and tongues, standing before the throne and before the Lamb." Revelation 7:9