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January 3, 2017 / Whitworth University

How Majestic Is Your Name!

Jan. 2-8

Scripture:
Psalm 8:1 (NIV)
O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth! You have set your glory above the heavens.

This week we pray for…

  • students, faculty, staff and administration as we enter into a new year, filled with great anticipation of all that God has for this year, that by God’s grace and transforming Spirit this would be a year of greater abiding in Christ, loving neighbor, and pursuing justice.
  • students as they return to Whitworth campus for Jan Term, that they have had much needed rest and have been spiritually renewed.
  • understanding, perseverance and joyful hearts for students taking Jan Term courses.
  • students to use the different rhythm of Jan Term to take new steps in their relationships with God.
  • students and faculty who are travelling for Jan Term study programs all over the country and world. We pray for their safety, for rich learning experiences in diverse cultures and places, and for wonderful, Spirit-led community within the groups.
  • Jan Term campus worship opportunities:
    • Jan Term Worship on Tuesdays and Thursday evenings – Student-led worship through music, Scripture, testimony, the Lord’s Supper, prayer, and more. We also pray for the student-led community building activities after the services.
    • Restore Worship Services on Wednesday evenings where Ben Brody and a team of students will lead a more reflective service based on the worship of the Taize Community in France that includes simple repetitive songs, Scripture, and prolonged silence.
    • Morning Prayer as members of the Whitworth community start each weekday of Jan Term with a simple 20-minute service based on the Book of Common Prayer.

Thanksgiving:
Your name is majestic Lord, we are grateful that we can declare it throughout the earth. We are thankful for the New Year and all the wonderful blessings that you have in store for your people.

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