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February 15, 2016 / Whitworth University

Jesus, the Healer and Deliverer

Feb. 15-21

Scripture:
Mark 5:1-20

This week we pray for…

  • our students as they move forward into the spring semester believing that God will continue to show up in ways they didn’t think possible.
  • our students who face important decisions in their lives; we ask that they will seek direction and wisdom from God, knowing that they are never alone.
  • our students who will be learning about 2016-17 study-abroad options at Tuesday’s Study Abroad Fair; we ask that God will give them and their families wisdom regarding these exciting and transformative opportunities.
  • our students who are considering what they will do this summer. We ask that they would trust God and know peace as they sort through the options, including the various summer-camp options that will be represented at Thursday’s Camp Fair.
  • God’s blessing on services scheduled for this week:
    • Tuesday’s community worship service, as Forrest Buckner will be preaching on Mark 5:1-20;
    • Tuesday’s student-led Hosanna Service, as Whitworthians encounter the renewing grace of Jesus Christ through Scripture, reflection, and song;
    • the AWAKE service, as students gather to explore who God is, who we are, and why that matters, through Scripture, community, and song;
    • Thursday’s community worship service, where students, staff and faculty will gather around the table to celebrate the Lord’s Supper.
  • our admissions staff as they continue to share with prospective students, through a variety of programs, visits, and personal interactions, about the joy and excitement of attending Whitworth.
  • our delightful Sodexo staff and student workers, who consistently and joyfully provide wonderful food service to the Whitworth campus community.

Thanksgiving:
Thank you, Lord, for being our Healer and Deliverer. We are grateful that you love us enough to heal the broken-hearted and to bind up our wounds. Help us to remember and trust in your promises. We praise you, and we give thanks in your great and mighty name.

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