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In this series, we are taught about what The Lord's Prayer is and the purpose it serves in our lives. Spread out across four lessons, this series teaches us about what true prayer looks and sounds like. This is the message that those who struggle with prayer need to hear. It simplifies prayer and shows us that prayer is no more than just a conversation between God and you, but that there is, without a doubt, a way to go about it.
Sermons In This Series
Jesus didn’t give us this prayer to read, but as an outline, or pattern, by which we can learn to pray! On various occasions, people can have great struggles with prayer. Before we detail this pattern, we need to understand the basic definition of what prayer is. [ read more...]Matthew 6:9-13
Developing a prayer life is vital to living a victorious life and receiving the things we have need of. However, many of us struggle with prayer. Apparently, the disciples did as well, because they said, "Lord, tech us to pray." Jesus responded to them by giving us a model prayer we call "The Lord's Prayer!" [ read more...]Matthew 6:9-13
Notice, we’re halfway through the Lord’s Prayer and our requests haven’t even come up yet; His person, program, and priority come first. After we take care of that, we're ready to address the second half of the prayer, where we make our requests known to the Father. This message deals with the provision, pardon, and protection of prayer. [ read more...]Matthew 6:9-13
Jesus taught that as we finish praying, we're to close with praise and worship. This kind of praise is different than ordinary praise though! This is the kind of praise that erupts when the game is tied and a basketball player sinks the winning shot with one-tenth of a second left on the clock! [ read more...]
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