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September 12, 2011 / Whitworth University

Trusting in God’s Faithfulness

Sept. 12-18

Scripture:
Psalm 55:22 (NIV)
Cast your cares on the Lord and he will sustain you; he will never let the righteous fall.

Prayers:

  • Please pray for the faculty and their commitment to academic excellence in helping students engage fully in the process of discovering new knowledge and understanding through Whitworth’s education of mind and heart. We pray for the first Faculty Scholarship Forum on Monday, Sept. 12, as faculty members gather to hear from their peers about their ongoing pursuit of truth.
  • Pray for Chapel on Tuesday, Sept. 13, as the entire community seeks to grow in faith and in the knowledge of Christ. Every Tuesday this fall, the preaching team of Beck Taylor, Karen Petersen Finch, Larry Burnley, Mindy Smith, and Terry McGonigal will lead us through Philippians as we learn how to live following in the footsteps of Jesus. Pray that we may “think the same way Jesus thought.” (Phil. 2:5)
  • Pray for the Fall Job & Internship Fair on Thursday, Sept. 15, as students seek opportunities for employment and internships in the community.
  • Pray that our students will have spiritual comfort, guidance, courage and inspiration as they experience God’s faithfulness.
  • Pray as we move forward with implementing Strategic Goal No.1 for the Whitworth 2021 Vision and Strategic Plan, through which the university will engage challenging contemporary issues with intellectual rigor through the lens of Christian faith and will deepen the capacity of students and faculty to integrate faith and learning, inside and outside of the classroom.

Thanksgiving:
We give thanks for the strength to hold each day precious and to live in the confidence of God’s faithfulness. We give thanks for God’s goodness and tender mercies over all. We are grateful for the provision of God’s love through all circumstances and thankful for the faith to believe that God will give us strength for whatever we may endure.

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