Here is a prayer for Muslims during this season of Ramadan. It comes from Samuel Zwemer (1867-1952) the “Apostle to Islam”:
Almighty God, our Heavenly Father, our thanks and praise to You that You desire all people to be saved and come to a knowledge of Your Truth. Humbly we bring before You the multitude of Muslims throughout the world who have not yet attained to the knowledge of Your salvation in Jesus Christ.
O God, our hope and our trust is in You alone. We ask You in Your mercy to send more labourers among Muslims. Grant us Your Holy Spirit in this day of opportunity that we, too, may seriously ponder your claim upon us to be witnesses of Your Gospel among them, whether in this land or abroad.
We thank You for those already in service among Muslims. Endow them with love, understanding and patience so that they continue to recognize the privilege of their calling and to faithfully persevere in their various ministries.
Where Your Word is faithfully proclaimed among Muslims, O God, open their hearts that they would perceive Your true greatness in Your holiness and love which You have manifested in Your Messiah. As they pray for guidance upon the straight path, reveal unto them Jesus as the Way, the Truth and the Life for them also. When in their distress they seek for refuge from Satan, let them find their rest and solace in Jesus. By His cross and resurrection move them to measure fully the dimensions of Your mercy and compassion in the forgiveness of their sin and their new life. Through Your Holy Spirit enable them, who now look upon themselves as Your servants, also to know You as their dear Heavenly Father and themselves as Your dear children.
Strengthen the faith of new converts. Give courage to those who vacillate. Comfort those who are persecuted. Open the closed doors of those Muslim nations where the message of Your Gospel at present cannot be freely proclaimed.
Heavenly Father, may many Muslims, knowing You as the one true God and Jesus Christ whom You have sent, come from the East and the West to sit at table with Abraham in Your Kingdom. In the blessed Name of Jesus, Amen.
Be sure and check out the “Ramadan Prayer Calendar” at OpenDoors.