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God is calling his people to be persistent in prayer. God is calling his people to be changed, ...... to be transformed through prayer And God is calling to those who truly enjoy and who truly yearn to spend time with Him.
Contributor: J Jeffrey Smead (99 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 18:1-18:8, Matthew 6:5-6:6, Revelation 8:3-8:4, 2 Chronicles 7:14, Mark 1:35, [more]
Jesus asks, "When the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on earth?" The parable of the widow and the unjust judge shows the kind of persistent faith that Christ would hope to find in each of us.
Contributor: Clair Sauer (247 sermons shared)
Denomination: United Methodist
In this parable, we learn the value of positive, persistent prayer and the need for prayer in our lives.
Series: Luke: Jesus--The Perfect God-Man
Contributor: David Dykes (262 sermons shared)
In this text Jesus give us five wonderful reasons never to give up.
Series: A Study of the Book of Luke
Contributor: John Hamby (403 sermons shared)
This is a message on the importance and purpose of prayer.
Contributor: Ed Wood (456 sermons shared)
A teaching message on Luke 18:1-8.
Series: Luke Series #78
Contributor: Larry Sarver (76 sermons shared)
Tags: Prayer Persistence
Harry Houdini teaches us some fantastic truths!
Contributor: David Lansdown (29 sermons shared)
God calls us to a life of persistence for Him
Series: Stories from Heaven (Parables)
Contributor: David Dewitt (552 sermons shared)
Year C. Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost Luke 18: 1-8 October 21, 2001 Heavenly Father empower each of us, to learn the discipline, of consistently turning our attention to You and your eternal dimension and outlook. Amen.
Contributor: Dr. Jerry Morrissey (171 sermons shared)
Tags: Parable Widow
A sermon for the 20th Sunday after Pentecost Proper 24 A sermon about Prayer
Contributor: Tim Zingale (330 sermons shared)
Tags: Prayer How To