Sermon Series
  • 1. Prayer Series - Adoration

    Contributed on Sep 10, 2002
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    Do you praise and adore Him when you pray?

    Prayer Series - A C T S Adoration Many have said that a good prayer outline is A C T S, adoration, confession, thanksgiving and supplication. Tonight we will look at adoration. Adoration involves declaring the glories of the Lord, which should evoke praise in the individual as well as more

  • 2. Prayer Series - Confession

    Contributed on Sep 24, 2002
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    How well do you confess?

    Prayer Series - Confession The second letter in the ACTS acronym stands for confession. We are thrilled to have 1 John 1:9 in the Scripture. We rest in the fact that we can have our sins forgiven if we confess. However, many do not understand what confession really means. It is not just more

  • 3. Prayer Series - Thanksgiving

    Contributed on Sep 30, 2002
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    Are you really thankful?

    Thanksgiving The third letter in our acronym ACTS stands for Thanks or Thanksgiving. The reason for many Christians being so ungrateful may relate back to the first two letters. If we are not confessing and adoring God we are not going to be thankful for what we have received and will not more

  • 4. Other Types Of Prayer

    Contributed on Oct 7, 2002
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    A word study on prayer and some suggested study resources.

    Types of Prayer It has been said that Bible Study is God talking to us and in prayer we are talking to God. This has also been likened to breathing. Bible Study is inhaling and prayer is exhaling. We have talked in this series about the acronym ACTS. There are many other types of prayers in more

  • 5. Prayer Series - Supplication

    Contributed on Oct 7, 2002
    based on 68 ratings

    What is supplication and what is the proper way to do it?

    Supplication We now come to the last letter of our acronym - ACTS. We are at Supplication. Dr. John R. Rice wrote a fairly thick book basically saying that prayer is asking or what we think of as supplication. I agree with this premise. However, in study for this message I found it more