Tuesday, September 15

Romans 11, Proverbs 15, Ezekiel 39-41


  1. Romans 11 is one of the most powerful passages in all of Scripture; it’s also one of the most confusing passages in all of Scripture. It’s confusing because Paul is highlighting what he calls a ‘mystery’ (v.25). Despite the mysterious nature of what Paul says, “Who has known the mind of the Lord? Or who has been his counselor? Or who has ever given to God that he should be repaid?” Life can and often is downright confusing; the world and its events are the same. Pray today that 1) we would come to a better understanding of our place before God, that we are finite and he is infinite, and that 2) we would rest in his ways and what he’s doing, rather than trying to make him fit our way of doing things.
  2. Pray for the Kids curriculum team and Kids worship team as they continue to build content for an exciting and different ministry year. The Kids worship team will record new worship tracks for kids this week – pray for clarity and a heart that moves kids of all ages to interact with God in a genuine and passionate way!
  3. Pray for the Support Groups that are meeting this year: DivorceCare, GriefShare, and Healing Hearts. Pray that these groups would bring about healing and care for those that attend.