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March 12, 2012 / Whitworth University

Walking in Integrity

March 12-18

Scripture:
Psalm 25:21 (NIV)
May integrity and uprightness protect me, because my hope is in you.

Quote:
“To be a Christian without prayer is no more possible than to be alive without breathing.”
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Prayer:

  • Pray for students to find the time to spend in meditation on the scriptures, seeking the Lord for wisdom and knowledge.
  • Pray for students who may be financially struggling this semester; ask that doors will be opened and their financial needs will be met.
  • Pray that students will have the strength they need to face today and tomorrow, as well.
  • Pray for the March 12 Teaching Roundtable as faculty gather to present, focus on, and discuss innovative methods to enhance teaching and learning here at Whitworth.
  • Pray as we gather for community worship on March 13 as Campus Pastor Mindy Smith shares with us a miracle from Mark’s Gospel in her homily, “Walking on Water.”
  • Pray as students gather March 13 for Hosanna.
  • Pray for those participating in and attending the jazz combo concert on March 14. Ask that this event will be a well-attended evening of enjoyment for students and members of the community.
  • Pray for our community worship service March 15, as we celebrate in worship and share the Lord’s Supper together.
  • Pray for our athletes to have the strength, stamina and courage to do their best as they compete in basketball, swimming, golf, softball, baseball, and track & field.
  • Pray for Initiative 4.5 of the Whitworth 2021 strategic plan, “Courage at the Crossroads.” Ask that Whitworth will be successful in its commitment to foster intercultural competency, inclusiveness and diversity by recruiting and retaining a diverse student body.

Thanksgiving:
Lord, we thank you for guiding us with kindness and governing us with your love. We are grateful that you show us what is right, and we are eager to do your will. Guide us with your gentle mercy, because our hope is in you.

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