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Straight Outta Context: Luke 11:9 - See You At The Pole
Shared by: Paul Basehore on Sep, 2015
Summary: Luke 11:9 doesn't say, “Ask for anything you want.” It’s more like, “Ask for my kingdom, and you will have it.”
Series: Straight Outta Context
Overcoming Spiritual A.D.D.
Shared by: Jeffery Anselmi on Sep, 2015
Summary: It can be hard to stay focused on our spiritual disciplines. When we have purpose behind what we are doing, it will help us to focus on what is important. (This was built on the Next Steps series available on Sermon Central for purchase)
Series: Next Steps
It's all about Religion (Part 15 )
Shared by: Denis O'Callaghan Ph.D. ,Th.D., D.D., D. Phil. on Sep, 2012
Summary: We are looking at what Jesus "really meant" and in doing so I hope that at this point you have come to at least consider that what you were taught about Christ Jesus, His claims, attitudes, actions warrant a reasoned second look.
When You Pray
Shared by: H.B. Charles Jr. on Jan, 2012
Summary: "When You Pray" is an exposition of Matthew 6:5-8. In this passage, Jesus tells us what not to do when we pray. His instruction can be summarized with two prohibitions: (1) Do not pray like the hypocrites. And (2) do not pray like the Gentiles.
Learning to Pray
Shared by: Erik Estep on Oct, 2011
Summary: The disciples of Jesus needed help in learning to pray. In Luke 11: 1 it says, “One day Jesus was praying in a certain place. When He finished, one of His disciples said to Him, ‘Lord, teach us to pray, just as John taught his disciples.’” That let’s m
The Practice of Prayer
Shared by: Allen James on Sep, 2010
Summary: Today's passage provides the context for what we know as the Lord’s Prayer. A Google search for the word “prayer” generates approximately 82,400,000 results. Let’s explore what Jesus reveals in Matthew 6 regarding the Practice of Prayer.
Series: Behind Closed Doors
Matthew 6 – Part 2 - WHY PRAY IF GOD ALREADY KNOWS MY NEEDS?
Shared by: Ross Cochrane on Jan, 2010
Summary: God chooses to answer me not because I have needs, but because I bring those needs to Him rather than try to meet them in my own strength. And He is not all that keen on repetition.