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Romans Part 1: Introducing the Gospel
Romans Part 2: Exposing the universal problem of humanity
Romans Part 3: Exposing the problem of self-righteousness
Romans Part 4: Exposing the problem of self-righteousness
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Sermon Series Scripture:
Matthew 6:9-13 and Luke 11:1-4
Sermon Series Overview:
If we were truly honest with ourselves, then we would likely admit that our prayer life is at best less than adequate and at worst virtually non-existent except in times of crisis. However, if prayer is truly vital to our spiritual health, then how can we learn how to pray more effectively in all areas of our life? For the next seven weeks we are going to immerse ourselves in the prayer that Jesus taught his disciples to pray. We are going to study each of the seven petitions outlined in the Lord’s prayer. This particular prayer was not intended to be a rigid formula of what to pray but rather a model for how we are to pray. The Lord’s prayer provides us with a framework that is comprehensive but not exhaustive. The goal of this series is to help us avoid the relatively easy fall into mindless, wandering, groundless prayers and instead pray with renewed clarity, focus, and meaning. Join us as we discover together how we can pray as Jesus instructed us to pray: to our Father in heaven, who is Lord over all.
7th – Teach Us to Pray – Part 1: Intro to the Lord’s Prayer
14th – Teach Us to Pray – Part 2: Hallowed Be Your Name
21st – Teach Us to Pray – Part 3: Your Kingdom Come, Your Will Be Done
28th – Teach Us to Pray – Part 4: Give Us Our Daily Bread (Tom Trask)
6th – Teach Us to Pray – Part 5: Forgive Us, As We Forgive Others
13th – Teach Us to Pray – Part 6: Lead Us Not Into Temptation
Image Bearers – Rene Bezerra
Jan 31 – Scripture: Malachi 3:6-12