The below text is from persecution.com.
Twenty percent of Saudi Arabia’s budget is allocated for the worldwide expansion of Islam. Saudi Arabia’s enormous oil wealth has financed global Islamic expansion with billions of dollars. Most Saudis follow the strict form of Wahhabi Islam, which is known for its contempt of non-Muslims. Twenty-six of the 52 people groups in Saudi Arabia are unreached by the gospel.
Saudi Arabia is the second most oppressive nation in the world for Christians, after North Korea. Religious freedom is nonexistent, and leaving Islam is punishable by death. Non-Muslims are not permitted to be citizens of Saudi Arabia, and no places of worship other than mosques are permitted in the country. All non-Muslim religious rituals and materials are banned. Converts from Islam to Christianity are rare. Anyone who performs mission work or converts a Muslim faces jail, expulsion, lashing, torture or execution. Non-Muslim worship, even for foreign Christians, is prohibited. While the government says foreigners may practice Christianity privately, the religious police have been known to raid homes where expatriate workers were worshiping.
Estimates report that anywhere between 2.2% and 6% of the Saudi population are Christians. In Saudi Arabia, it is not uncommon for parents to kill their own children for leaving the Islamic faith. Although Islam is purportedly the fastest growing religion in the world, as scholar Ravi Zacharias points out, it is actually the fastest growing coerced religion. Millions would abandon Islam if given the choice by their governments and families.
Often times in Muslim countries where the Gospel is not easily available, the Lord will use visions and dreams to communicate His love to those who would otherwise have no inkling of it. Tonight, pray that He would speak directly and personally to those who have no access to Him by external means. Pray that hearts would be turned toward Him, especially hearts of those in government and religious positions, people in places of authority throughout the land.
Pray that those who commit their hearts and lives to Christ would have the courage to stand strong in the faith and would be filled with the Holy Spirit so that the fruit thereof would be evident to those around them. Pray that they would not be as the Dead Sea, never releasing the salt they receive, but would distribute their light to others with joy so that many more may be won to Christ.
Pray also that the statesmen of Saudi Arabia would, by internal conviction or international pressure, begin to follow the mandates of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights for their citizens and visitors. Pray that havens of worship would be opened to the faithful Christians who seek the name and glory of the Lord.