There is a “Roots by the River” study tonight at Berean. Last week, we studied in the Bible over how mighty trees can be toppled. I saw a resemblance of this yesterday morning while on a walk with a Christian brother along the Idaho Falls greenbelt. On the riverbank, we observed a tree fallen down. A beaver had chewed through the trunk the night before.
As America is experiencing an unsettling rootlessness, we will talk about the indestructible, eternal Root and how He applies to you. Come join us, 6:45 pm. Bring a friend.
As Paul prayed for the church in Colossae, pray for the church in Idaho Falls – to be filled with the knowledge of God’s will in all spiritual wisdom and understanding, that what we do will be worthy of our Lord. Pray for the leaders of your church and all the churches in Idaho Falls to be filled with the knowledge of His will.
Praise God that He gives wisdom to those who ask (Prov. 2:6, James 1:5). Praise Him that all treasures of knowledge and understanding are hidden in Christ (Col. 2:3). Praise Him that He speaks to us through His creation, His written Word and His Spirit.
Pray for the church in Idaho Falls to walk by faith, for spiritual eyes to see Jesus at work and for ears to hear all He is saying to us, and to discern the ways the enemy and our culture subvert our faith.
Pray that the church in Idaho Falls blesses our community, producing fruit through abiding in Jesus (John 15:5).
Pray that our knowledge of God will always be fresh and growing in depth.
Pray that His life in us and our life in Him empowers all we do, renews our strength and gives us endurance in all that we face.
Keep praying for Saeed Abedini. His mother was able to visit him last Wednesday; Saeed shared how news about the many prayer vigils on September 26 had reached Iranian media and even affected other prisoners.