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Hikoi Prayer - Faithful Praying for a Friend


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Friending: Real Relationships in a Virtual World

By Lynne M. Baab


My friend began what he called a hikoi. Hikoi is a Marori word that refers to a ceremonial walk, a parade or a protest walk. Numerous political and religious marches in New Zealand have been referred to as hikoi.


This man's hikoi consisted of an hour-long vigil every Monday and Thursday night for (me). He used the Bible reading for the day from the lectionary  and he meditated on those scriptures and prayed for (me).


The best part for (me) was what happened on Tuesday and Fridays. I would get an email with his thoughts and prayer  ... for me and my wife on our journey. So far, there have been 84 messages. HIs faithfulness is a thing of great beauty and promise.

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