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  • Praying Jesus' Way Series

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Sep 17, 2020

    For the disciples, prayer was a normal part of their spiritual lives and they knew that Jesus Christ could show them a better way. He could show them a direction in prayer that pleased God. What do we find in this prayer?

    NATIONAL BACK TO CHURCH SUNDAY 2020 PRAYING JESUS’ WAY MATTHEW 6:9-13 #Matt6Prayer INTRODUCTION PART 1 (SKIT) ILLUSTRATION…THE LORD’S PRAYER SKIT "Our Father which art in heaven." --- Yes? Don't interrupt me. I'm praying more

  • "our Father In Heaven, Hallowed Be Your Name" Series

    Contributed by Benjamin Utomo on Aug 18, 2020
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    This is the first part of the Lord's Prayer (Matt 6:9)

    Illustration: A strange event happened in a small Kentucky town some years ago. It seems that there were two churches in the town and one distillery owned by an atheist. The churches were always doing battle with the atheist owner of the distillery. They had tried several times to get it closed. more

  • Forgive Us Our Debts Series

    Contributed by Benjamin Utomo on Aug 18, 2020
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    This is the fourth Part of the Lord's Prayer (Matt 6:12)

    Today we'll continue our sermon series on the Lord's Prayer. Let's read Matthew 6:12. The Lord Jesus related these two requests, "Give us today our daily bread" with "And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors." The point is that more

  • Deliver Us From The Evil One Series

    Contributed by Benjamin Utomo on Aug 18, 2020
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    This is the last part of the Lord's prayer (Matt 6:13b)

    Today we'll continue our sermon series on the "Lord's Prayer." We'll learn the last request and the closing of the prayer. Let's read Matthew 6:13b, "... But deliver us from the evil one. For Yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen." The more

  • Your Kingdom Come, Your Will Be Done Series

    Contributed by Benjamin Utomo on Aug 18, 2020

    This is the second part of the Lord's Prayer (Matt 6:10)

    Today we are going to learn the second and the third of the seven petitions in the Lord's Prayer (the first three address God, the second four are prayers related to our needs and concerns): I. "Your Kingdom Come" In verse 9, we address God as our heavenly Father; Here He is our more

  • Give Us Today Our Daily Bread Series

    Contributed by Benjamin Utomo on Aug 18, 2020

    This is the third part of the Lord's Prayer (Matt 6:11)

    Today we will continue our study on the Lord's Prayer. We have learned the first three petitions which relate to God. Jesus teaches us that prayer, first of all, is about God, about honoring His Name, His Kingdom, and His will. That is the essence of Christian prayer. We pray, more

  • Lead Us Not Into Temptation. Series

    Contributed by Benjamin Utomo on Aug 18, 2020

    This is the Fifth Part of the Lord's Prayer (Matt 6:13a)

  • More Than Just An Amen Series

    Contributed by Jefferson Williams on Jul 30, 2020

    Jesus and his disciples very well knew these words well and it would have been fitting to end such an incredible prayer with words of worship.

    More than Just an Amen! Matthew 6:13b Chenoa Baptist Church Pastor Jefferson M. Williams 04-07-19 Stand Up If you have ever attended Handel’s Messiah, you know what happens when the Hallelujah Chorus begins. As one, the audience rises to their feet. Legend has it that a king was so moved by more

  • Victory Series

    Contributed by Jefferson Williams on Jul 30, 2020

    Is being tempted a sin? Why is temptation so powerful? What’s the root cause of temptation? What are some practical ways of avoiding temptation? Can we actually have “victory” over temptation in this life?

  • Forgive, Forgive, Forgive

    Contributed by Paddick Van Zyl on Jul 21, 2020

    The necessity to forgive and be forgiven

    Forgive, Forgive, Forgive Pastor Paddick Van Zyl 21-07-2020 Sermon Outline Scripture Reference: Matthew 6 : 9; 14-15 NCV 9 Forgive us for our sins, just as we have forgiven those who sinned against us. 14 Yes, if you forgive others for their sins, your Father in heaven will also forgive more

  • The Lord's Prayer, Part 2

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on Jul 1, 2020

    How to use The Lord's Prayer in our own prayer time.

    The Lord’s Prayer (2) We’re continuing our little series on prayer. I planned to do two talks on the Lord’s Prayer and today we have the second. Jesus doesn’t just dive straight into the Lord’s Prayer. He first gave some teaching about how we should not pray, and last week, we looked at what more

  • Disciplined Living Sermon I: Comes Naturally To Mature Believers Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Jun 3, 2020

    In times of anti-Christian sentiment in our society, let us ask God to grant us the strength to exercise Christian disciplines to do the right things for the right reasons.

    DISCIPLINED LIVING COMES NATURALLY TO MATURE BELIEVERS Long ago the psalmist said poetically what you and I have learned as the years have gone by: “He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.” more

  • Core 52 Week 20 - Five Words To Pray By Series

    Contributed by Lanny Smith on May 19, 2020

    Communication is the foundation of every relationship. While God is never confused about our communication, it helps us to be clear in praying about what’s on our minds. Here are five words to remember to help us learn how to talk to God.

    To listen to the audio of the sermon, please visit my podcast at: Intro: • Communication is the foundation of every relationship. o Translation ad blunders (images from Google) • While God is never confused about our communication, it helps us to be clear in more

  • Mother’s Day 2020 - Thine Is The Kingdom - The Lord's Prayer Part 6 Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on May 14, 2020

    The phrase, "For Thine is the Kingdom and the Power and the Glory forever. Amen" is only found in about half of Bible translations. Why is that? Are some people take it out or did someone add it in? And, what does that have to do with Mother's Day???

    Mother’s Day 2020 and Thine Is The Kingdom (This sermon is a shorter sermon due to being delivered via Facebook/Live during the Covid-19 shutdown) Today we will be reading from 1 Chronicles 29:10-13 If you would like to turn to that passage in your Bibles … Over the past couple of months we more

  • Does Prayer And Faith Complement Each Other? Series

    Contributed by Billy Paul on May 12, 2020

    Just praying all the time without fleshing out the answers received through prayers would tantamount to being faithless. At the same time, acting without an under girding of trust in God – which is prayer – is also tantamount to being faithless.

    Three theologians sat discussing the best positions for prayer while a telephone repairman worked nearby. “Kneeling is definitely best,” claimed one. “No,” another contended, “I get the best results standing with my hands outstretched to Heaven.” “You're both wrong,” the third insisted, “the more