Laylatul Qadr– Night of Power

“You will seek me and fine me, when you seek me with all your heart.” Jeremiah 29:13 NIV

Laylat al-Qadr is a period whereby the Muslims believe that Allah sent the entire Holy Quran down from the seventh heaven to the first heaven. It is also known as the Night of Power where Muslims seek to be close and connected to God through dreams, and visions. This they do by spending additional time in prayer at the mosque believing that angels descend to earth with multiple tasks, leading to a night of peace, blessings, and divine guidance.

Although they are not sure which night this was, most Muslims believe that it was sent down during one of the last ten nights of Ramadan. However, Shia Muslims observe it on the 23rd night of Ramadan while the Sunni Muslims observe it on the 27th night of Ramadan.

It is believed to be the night in which heaven is opened and God responds to prayer in a way unlike any other night of the year as such they involve themselves in charity, strive hard to earn the pleasure of Allah and seek his forgiveness. Muslims believe that night is more spiritually blessed than a thousand months.

Please pray

  • Ask that God’s mercy and wisdom be poured out abundantly on this night, bringing clarity and purpose to the hearts of those earnestly seeking Him.
  • Pray that the desire for peace, blessings, and divine connection will draw Muslims into a closer relationship with the Lord, leading to a lasting impact on their spiritual journey.
  • Pray for a revelation of the person of Jesus for everyone who waits and search this day. Ask that their hearts be flooded with light and stirred towards the truth which sets free.

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