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April 16, 2012 / Whitworth University

The Hope of the Shepherd’s Heart

April 16-22

Psalm 23:1 (NIV)
The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not be in want.


  • Pray for students as the Lord continually meets their needs; ask that they feel assured that the Lord is their Shepherd.
  • Pray for students to get rest, find balance and meet obligations in classes, relationships, and work.
  • Pray that students have the clarity of mind to move forward into the Lord’s plans and purposes for them.
  • Pray for the April 17 community worship service in the chapel as Assistant Professor of Theology Karen Petersen-Finch shares a message from the miracles of Mark’s Gospel on Jairus and the hemorrhaging woman.
  • Pray as students gather April 17 at Hosanna for praise and worship.
  • Pray for our student-athletes, who continue to compete throughout April. Ask for safe travel for all of our competing teams.
  • Pray for the success and support of the Whitworth Men’s Chorus Spring Concert April 21.
  • Pray for the success and support of the Whitworth Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert April 22.
  • Pray for Initiative 5.4 of Whitworth 2021, “Courage at the Crossroads,” as we support the collaboration between career services, academic departments and alumni relations that results in a comprehensive program for mentoring, career planning, preparation and tracking.

Lord, we are so grateful that you are our Shepherd. You meet every need in our lives. As believers, we rest upon the assurance that we are in your arms of safety, protection and love. Thank you for allowing us to want for nothing.

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