Contributed by A. Todd Coget on Nov 14, 2003
This sermon parallels the last phrase of the Lord’s Model Prayer with "Not my will but yours be done." After we have prayed to the best of our ability we say, "Not my will but yours be done" because "YOURS is the kingdom and the power and the glory forev
Lessons on Faith from the Lord’s Model Prayer
November 16, 2003
A. [Mother’s Unanswered Prayer for Self-Improvement, Citation: Kevin A. Miller, Wheaton, Illinois]
We all know what it’s like to still have growing to do.
Jeanne Olsen, a mother of five