Cluster Bombs on Karabakh – Pray for Armenia!

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“The use of cluster bombs in any circumstances is banned under international humanitarian law, so their use to attack civilian areas is particularly dangerous and will only lead to further deaths and injuries,” Denis Krivosheev, Amnesty‘s acting head of Eastern Europe and Central Asia, said in the statement.

“Cluster bombs are inherently indiscriminate weapons, and their deployment in residential areas is absolutely appalling and unacceptable,” he said.

On Sunday, 9/27/2020 at 7am most Armenians were preparing for church and family gatherings when struck by surprise military attack from Azerbaijan. Not a random act of aggression, this act of war was strategically calculated from Armenia’s darkest foe, Turkey. President Erdogan’s mission to resurrect the Ottoman Empire takes a big step forward, exerting Turkey’s military strength in the region. Although criticized, they remain virtually unchallenged.

“Turkey bets that the West and Russia will sit idle as Nagorno-Karabakh burns.” Walter Russell Mead, Wall Street Journal 10/6/2020

With world powers preoccupied with pandemics, social uprisings, and chaotic elections, the Azeri – Turkish alliance is forging ahead to claim the cherished Armenian territory of Nagorno-Karabakh – Artsakh.

Bombings destroy Stepanakert….

Turkey’s recent invasion into Syria, aggressively pushing out the Kurdish stronghold against ISIS, provided a devilish resource. Turkish ‘security corporations’ now employ these freed ISIS fighters – mercenaries – to join the attack upon Karabakh. A perfect Islamic coalition of wealth, military strength, and jihadist blood thirst vows to fight on until all Armenians are removed.

Of course, Armenians globally are deeply grieved by these unprovoked acts of war and the real threat of another genocide (From 1915-1922 the Ottoman Turks annihilated 1.5 million Armenians, the first genocide of the 20th century).

While many are mobilizing resources, volunteer soldiers, and humanitarian aid, it is my cry that believers also will join in a spiritual battle through prayer.

As the world once again turns away, may the Lord burden the hearts of believers to press in for the suffering Body of Christ. Armenia claims to be a ‘Christian nation’, although many are nominal and religious. May true believers rise up in faith, may nominal Christians cry out to God with true faith.

Please remember Armenians daily and especially on Friday night, 10/9/2020 starting 8pm as we cry out to the Lord on points such as these:

1. Pray for the Body of Christ in Armenia and especially those in the enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh.

* Pray for church leadership – Pastors, elders, deacons – that God will strongly encourage them, and speak clearly to them that they may deliver God’s heart to the people.

* Pray that God strengthen believers, quicken their faith, and ignite a living faith in nominal Christians

2. Pray for soldiers on the frontlines, many of whom are farmers and villagers defending their families, their community, and country.

* May the Holy Spirit bring a spiritual awakening on the battlefield, that God will ignite their hearts to pray, finding their marching orders through Christ.

* Lord, stir up a revival on the battlefield. While bombarded by vast numbers and sophisticated weaponry, draw them to depend upon You and Your leadership, strength, and wisdom.

* Let great testimonies arise from the battle, may the Lord be glorified and honored

3. We pray for the enemy Lord, confound and push them back. Bring their Islamic onslaught to naught. Shake the hearts of these Azeri, Turkish, and ISIS fighters. Raise up a contention in their hearts and thwart their zeal, deflate the spirit of murder, and lead them to godly sorrow.

* Lord, thwart Azeri stock piles of bombs, drones, and missiles.

4. Pray for peace negotiations and conflict resolution.

Lord, even surrounded by enemies, stir up Armenian churches, let them be a light and let Armenians live to glorify You!

“Let God arise and His enemies be scattered.”

26 thoughts on “Cluster Bombs on Karabakh – Pray for Armenia!

  1. I am praying and following this closely. I thought of you when I first heard conflict was escalating. It’s sad this isn’t on any of our cable news channels. I wonder if our political candidates will even debate foreign policy. Thank you for sharing this, Lisa Beth. Love, hugs and blessings!

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  2. Lisa Beth, you are constantly in my prayers and I will be praying for this tragedy. Funny that I haven’t heard about this in the news but it’s not surprising.

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  3. Hi Lisa,
    Like Mandy, I also thought about you when I heard about this. I have been following the news updates on YouTube. It’s true that with the pandemic and the election…, cable news hasn’t been giving this the coverage it deserves. However, Bret Baier did have a report on Fox News last night.
    I am praying for this horrible situation. I know how much you love the Armenian people.

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    • Thank you so much brother Bill. The prayer meeting tonight went very well. I’m confident that the Lord heard us and await to learn of His response.
      Thank you again Bill, Bob sends his love too.


  4. Dear Lisa
    I’m praying for you and your ministries. This breaks my heart for our brothers and sisters in Christ. Our minister is from Nigeria and my prayers are for the genocide there too.
    With a heavy heart, but trusting and thanking God, I’ll not stop praying.

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    • Thank you so much Dorothy. This is all Turkey’s plan to conquer for Islam and regain the power of Ottoman Empire. Our Sec of State Pompeo worked hard to broker a cease fire with both sides, effective last midnight. At 1:30am the Azeris bombed another village and not stopping.
      Crying out to God, only He can stop them!
      Thank you Dorothy, love you. ❤


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