Sermon Series
  • 1. Dealing With Temptation

    Contributed on Sep 19, 2009
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    Part 11 in a sermon series on the Lord Prayer from Luke 11 & Matthew 6. I gleaned a lot of material from John MacArthur commentary on Matthew.

    Dealing With Temptation Matthew 6:9-13 Intro. – In the preceding petition “forgive us our debts,” the request was that sins already committed might be forgiven, but here we have a plea to be delivered from falling into new sins. The petition in the prayer is primarily for protection. It accepts ...read more

  • 2. God's Pardon

    Contributed on Sep 19, 2009
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    Part 10 in a sermon series on the Lord Prayer from Luke 11 & Matthew 6. I gleaned a lot of material from John MacArthur commentary on Matthew.

    God’s Pardon Matthew 6:9-15 Luke 11:1-4 Intro. – In prayer, we are to be occupied with the Father’s pardon. When we preach the gospel to those who are outside the kingdom of God, we do not say to the unsaved, "If you promise to forgive, you will be forgiven." We preach an unconditional ...read more

  • 3. Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread (Part 2)

    Contributed on Sep 19, 2009
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    Part 8 in a sermon series on the Lord’s Prayer. I used material from John MacArthur’s commentary on Matthew.

    Give Us Our Daily Bread (Part 2) Luke 11:1-3 Intro. – The Lord’s Prayer teaches us many things. But when we consider this part of the prayer there are two lessons that we cannot afford to overlook: 1. Luke 18:1-8 records the parable of The Importunate Widow which teaches us prayer is a ...read more

  • 4. Thy Will Be Done (Part 2)

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2009
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    Part 7 of a series on the Lord’s Prayer.

    Thy Will Be Done (Part 2) Luke 11:1-4 Intro. – We already have everything we need to be great successes in God’s kingdom, but most of us are rendered incapable of doing such because we do are not aware that we have them! We have at our command, the entire blessings of God’s power, and we don’t ...read more

  • 5. The Will Be Done (Part 1)

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2009
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    Part 6 of a sermon series on the Lord’s Prayer

    Thy Will Be Done (Part 1) Luke 11:1-4 Intro. – Many people wonder how God’s sovereignty can be related to praying for His will to be done. If He is sovereign, is not His will inevitably done? Does our will override His will when we pray earnestly and sincerely? There are many things that seem ...read more

  • 6. Thy Kingdom Come

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2009
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    Part 5 is a sermon series on the Lord’s Prayer

    Thy Kingdom Come Luke 11:1-4 Intro. – Astronaut James Erwin is one of but a few men to walk on the moon. As he stood upon the lunar landscape and looked up at the earth, he prayed for the first time in his life. He thought about the strife among nations, poverty, hunger, and rampant evil; ...read more

  • 7. Holy Is His Name (Part 2)

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2009
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    Part 4 in a series on the Lord’s Prayer

    HOLY IS HIS NAME (Part 2) LUKE 11:1-4 INTRO. – God’s name signifies more than titles. It represents all that He is—His character, plan, and will. It is not because we simply know God’s titles that we love and trust Him, but because we know His character. Invoking His name reminds us of His ...read more

  • 8. Holy Is His Name (Part 1)

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2009
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    Part 3 in a series on the Lord’s Prayer

    HOLY IS HIS NAME (PART 1) LUKE 11:1-4 INTRO. – At the beginning Jesus gives a warning against self-seeking prayer. God is to have priority in every aspect of our lives, and certainly in our times of deepest communion with Him. Praying is not to be a casual routine that gives passing homage to ...read more

  • 9. Our Father

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2009
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    Part 2 in a series on the Lord’s Prayer

    Our Father Luke 11:1-2a Intro. – God’s supreme purpose for prayer, the purpose beyond all other purposes, is to glorify Himself. Although nothing benefits a believer more than prayer, the purpose in praying must first of all be for the sake of God, not self. Prayer is, above all, an opportunity ...read more

  • 10. The Key To The Kingdom

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2009
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    Part 1 in a series on the Lord’s Prayer

    The Key to the Kingdom of God Luke 11:1-13 Intro. – The foundation of understanding the kingdom of God is an absolute trust in the Heavenly Father’s goodness toward us. The key to unlocking the kingdom of God is understanding the Lord’s Prayer because in this prayer are the ingredients ...read more

  • 11. Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread (Part 1)

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2009
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    Part 9 in a series on the Lord’s Prayer

    Give Us Our Daily Bread (Part 1) Luke 11:1-3 Intro. – There are many passages in the New Testament that relate to the subject of prayer. However there are three that I want to draw your attention to if I may: 1. Luke 18:1-8 records the parable of The Importunate Widow who found a way to ...read more