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  • The Heavenly Father Series

    Contributed by Dean Courtier on Jun 17, 2016
    based on 6 ratings
     | 10,181 views

    Every day we experience the presence of Father God, His Mercy His Grace and His Love. God has promised to never leave us or forsake us. He is with us in the good times and the bad. He is Our Gracious Heavenly Father and He loves us.

    20160619 ASHPM Our Heavenly Father Every day we experience the presence of Father God, His Mercy His Grace and His Love. God has promised to never leave us or forsake us. He is with us in the good times and the bad. He is Our Gracious Heavenly Father and He loves us and cares for us more ...read more

  • "Push"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Jul 20, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 11,784 views

    I found this acronym "PUSH" Pray Until Something Happens. The message is the importance of prayer.

    P-U-S-H Luke 11:1-13 A man was sleeping one night in his cabin when suddenly his room filled with light, and God appeared. The Lord told the man he had work for him to do, and showed him a large rock in front of his cabin. ...read more

  • Out Of Mouth Of Children! Bold And From The Heart!

    Contributed by David Trexler on Jul 21, 2016
     | 4,574 views

    A sermon on the Lord's Prayer

    Luke 11:1-13 July 28, 2016 I can remember like it was yesterday when I first considered going into seminary. I would get these cold sweats when I would think about praying in front of all you people. Why in the world God would you ever want the likes of me as a pastor? I can’t pray! ...read more

  • How To Talk To God

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Jul 24, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 6,844 views

    "Lord, teach us to pray." In response, Jesus gives his disciples and us the model prayer, the "Our Father" or "Lord's Prayer." He continues with strong teaching to be persistent, knowing that God loves us more than we love our own children.

    Luke 11:1-13 How to Talk to God “Chaplain, will you teach me how to pray?” I remember that question like it was yesterday, even though it must have been at least a couple of years ago. It came from a Veteran on our inpatient mental health unit. I marveled at the time how simple and ...read more

  • Shameless Audacious Prayer

    Contributed by Robert Castile on Aug 6, 2016
     | 6,390 views

    Praying with boldness and expecting God to answer is biblical. Shameless Audacious Prayer helps believers pray without ceasing until their prayers are answered.

    Kingston Church of the Nazarene July 31, 2016 Sermon: Shameless Audacious Prayer Scripture: Luke 11:1-15, 1 Thessalonians, Psalm 84 INTRODUCTION – Shameless Audacious Prayer Shameless Audacious Prayer is essentially persistent prayer. We are told in 1 Thessalonians to pray without ...read more

  • Teach Us To Pray Series

    Contributed by Ed Gratton on Aug 12, 2018
     | 6,680 views

    Introduction to the series based on the Lord's Prayer

    1 Teach us to Pray Week 1 Luke 11:2-4, Matthew 6: 9-13 We’re starting a series for the summer called, "Lord, teach us to pray," based on the model prayer of Jesus found in Matthew 6 and the shorter version of that, which is in Luke 11. And over the next couple of months, we’ll take a look at ...read more

  • Our Father Series

    Contributed by Ed Gratton on Aug 12, 2018
     | 5,084 views

    Second in a series on the Lord's Prayer

    1 Our Father Matthew 6:9-13, Luke 11:1-4 Martin Luther is credited with saying, “Just as the business of the tailor is making clothes and the business of the cobbler is making shoes, so the business of the Christian is praying.” If that’s true, I have a question for us this morning: How’s ...read more

  • Heaven Is Real Series

    Contributed by Ed Gratton on Aug 12, 2018
     | 4,814 views

    Third in a series on the Lord's Prayer

    1 Heaven is Real Revelation 21:1-5; Matthew 6 9-13; Luke 11: 2-4 Welcome to the 3rd installment of our summer sermon series about the Lord’s Prayer. Jesus gave this example of effective prayer to us in response to some of his disciples striking up a conversation with him about prayer. We ...read more

  • Holy Is Your Name Series

    Contributed by Ed Gratton on Aug 12, 2018
     | 3,161 views

    4th in a series on the Lord's Prayer

    1 Holy Is Your Name Psalms 99:1-9, Luke 11:1-4 I’m interested in your opinions. What is it about the Lord’s Prayer that’s helped to solidify its position in modern day Christianity? Why is it so endearing? [responses] Today we’re taking a look at the first plea of the Lord’s Prayer. Jesus gave ...read more

  • The Lords School Of Prayer

    Contributed by David Holman on Jan 23, 2016
     | 3,180 views

    A Proper Model for Prayer

    Luke 11:1-4 The Lord’s School of Prayer We are going to be here a little long today so if you have an appointment you need to make feel free to leave when you need to. We are revisiting this text this morning since we just skim the surface of it last week. There is more in this model ...read more

  • Lord, Teach Us To Pray

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Mar 11, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,035 views

    Prayer is the most powerful weapon for combat against our corrupt, secular world. We can't survive without prayer. The best way to honour God is to pay attention and be careful how we live our lives.

    A priest, a minister and a guru were discussing the best positions for prayer while a telephone repairman worked nearby. "Kneeling is definitely the best way to pray," the priest said. "No," the minister said, "I get the best results standing with my hands outstretched to Heaven." "You're both ...read more

  • A Parable Of Chutzpah

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on May 3, 2015
     | 2,696 views

    We need to approach prayer with a sense of bold, unhesitating urgency--with chutzpah. We have no worries--unlike the grumpy, groggy neighbor, God never slumbers and is always happy to hear from us.

    Jesus gave His disciples the Model Prayer, and followed with a story about someone in need of “daily bread,” a parable that conveys the attitude our prayers should have—we should approach God an unhesitating sense of urgency. The story was a common situation for our Lord’s ...read more

  • Ask, Seek, Knock Series

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Jul 8, 2016
    based on 5 ratings
     | 16,041 views

    What does Jesus mean by ASK, SEEK, KNOCK? 1. ASK - Acknowledge our need and be ready to receive transformation 2. SEEK - Become an active partner with the LORD in your life 3. KNOCK - Be Ready to Welcome and Go through God's Open Doors

    Luke 11:1-13; Psalms 138; Genesis 18:20-32 Theme: ASK, SEEK, KNOCK What Does Jesus mean by telling us to Ask, Seek and Knock? Proposition: What does Jesus mean by ASK, SEEK, KNOCK? 1. ASK - Acknowledge our need and be ready to receive transformation 2. SEEK - Become an ...read more

  • God Wants You To Know Something Series

    Contributed by Dr. Larry Petton on Jul 7, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 6,011 views

    Jesus prayed for us to surrender to the Father's will: "Thy will be done!" Do you believe that God has a personal plan for your life? If you have any doubts, Dr. Larry Petton will show you from the Lord's Prayer how to discover His will.

    GOD WANTS YOU TO KNOW SOMETHING Dr. Larry Petton Text: Luke 11:1-10 Series: TALK TO YOUR FATHER (90 Days in The Lord’s Prayer) Did you hear about the old golfer who was standing in front of the ...read more

  • The Lord's Prayer

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jun 17, 2019
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,136 views

    17th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C

    I like “how to” videos: How to sew on a button, how to char broccoli, even how to train your dragon. Our Readings this Sunday teaches us how to get out prayer problems. 1). How to pray for the guilty--like Abraham in our First Reading— The general principle is that even one innocent person is ...read more