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  • Disciples' Prayer: A Prayer For God's Holy Spirit Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Feb 11, 2015

    Talk to God like your Best Friend and the Best Father there ever was, putting His interests above your own.

    Bob was trying to teach his daughter, Jenny, how to pray before meals. After a few weeks of coaching, Bob decided Jenny was ready to pray all by herself. Jenny started out fine, thanking God for her mommy and daddy and brother and sister and for the rolls and the salad. Then she ended with a more

  • Lord, Teach Us To Pray

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Mar 11, 2015

    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 more

  • A Parable Of Chutzpah

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on May 3, 2015

    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 more

  • Lord, Teach Us To Pray

    Contributed by Martin Ellgar on Jan 1, 2015

    A drama for children: Lord, Teach Us To Pray.

    Lord, Teach Us To Pray Theme: Prayer. (The following children’s address is based on Luke 11: 1-13. It is based on the question the disciples asked Jesus, “Lord, teach us to pray.” The outcome is the prayer that Jesus taught them, and the final product is known today as the more

  • Straight Outta Context: Luke 11:9 - See You At The Pole Series

    Contributed by Paul Basehore on Sep 16, 2015

    Luke 11:9 doesn't say, “Ask for anything you want.” It’s more like, “Ask for my kingdom, and you will have it.”

    Next week is See You At The Pole. See You At The Pole is an event where students nationwide gather together around the flagpole of their school and pray for their school, their classmates, the teachers, and their community. It’s a way to live out your faith -- to walk according to scripture more

  • Practicing Prayer

    Contributed by David Scudder on Nov 7, 2010
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    We are too content to live in the realm of the natural instead of the supernatural. My message today is only for those who long to see God do greater things.

    Purpose: To explain the right reasons to pray. Aim: I want the listener to pursue a deeper prayer life. INTRODUCTION: My message today is only for those who long to see God do greater things. My message today is only for those who are tired of the lukewarmness that we so often feel in our own more

  • Our Daily Walk

    Contributed by Dr. Jonathan Vorce on Jun 17, 2017

    God is realigning our focus to a New Testament Mentality. Our mentality is weekly or monthly. Living for God as a fully devoted follower of Jesus Christ is a “DAILY” practice.

    Our Daily Walk Lakewood Church of God | Speaker: Pastor Jonathan | 6-18-2017 ¥ God is realigning our focus to a New Testament Mentality. Our mentality is weekly or monthly. Living for God as a fully devoted follower of Jesus Christ is a “DAILY” practice. ¥ Why do we need to have a “Daily” more

  • If You Don't Ask, The Answer Is "No!"

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Jul 26, 2010
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    Through the Lord's Prayer and the parable and teachings that follow, Jesus teaches us not only how we should pray, but about the nature of the One to whom we pray. Jesus assures us that God answers prayer!

    “She’s like a kid in a candy store!” You all have heard this expression before, right? When we say that someone is “like a kid in a candy store,” we are saying that person is exhibiting a complete, unguarded, total excitement about some experience. I believe you know more

  • Pray 4 Big Ideas

    Contributed by Darren Sirmans on Jul 25, 2010

    I want 2 remind my kids and other kids the importance of giving GOD thanks.

    Imagine your mother and daddy is sitting at the dinner table; before you said your prayer, you’ll littlies started eating. NOW, you’ll littlies been doing this because mom and dad never said anything, sometime this is what we do and I’m guilty too. Remember! This is my sermon; you more

  • Living In God's Providence ... In Christ Series

    Contributed by Dustin T Parker on Jul 25, 2010
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    THe Lord's prayer... seen through the lense of the Spirit!

    Concordia Lutheran Church - Pentecost 9 July 25, 2010 Living In God’s Providence… Luke 11:1-13 † IN HIS NAME, JESUS, SON AND SAVIOR † Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, as we grasp the invitation to place everything that burdens us into our Father in Heaven’s care, more

  • Pray As A Child, Calling Out To Your Dear Father

    Contributed by Gregg Bitter on Aug 10, 2010
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    How dare we call the holy God, Father! But that’s what Jesus teaches us to do. Let’s see why we can pray as a child calling out to our dear Father.

    Text: Luke 11:1-13 Theme: Pray as a Child, Calling Out to Your Dear Father A. Pray without embarrassment B. Pray expecting the best Season: Pentecost 10c Date: August 1, 2010 Web page: more

  • Prayer / Evangelism

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 15, 2010

    Jesus Teaching on Prayer. (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request - email:

    Reading: Luke chapter 11 verses 1-13. Ill: Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson went on a camping trip. • As they lay down for the night, • Holmes said, "Watson, look up into the sky and tell me what you see." • Watson said, "I see millions and millions of more

  • Prayer Education

    Contributed by Bobby Mcdaniel on Mar 20, 2010
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    A study of how Christ taught us pray and what it means to our daily prayer life.

    Scripture Ref: Luke 11:1-13 Matthew 6:7-9a Other References: The Believer’s Bible Commentary Based in part on a message by Bob Deffinbaugh 1. Introduction a. Trinity Baptist Church is taking a bold journey—a journey of faith, a journey of love, and with God’s help, more

  • The Facts Of Prayer

    Contributed by Daniel Austin on Feb 6, 2010
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    God has given us the tremendous blessing of prayer, the ability to approach and be heard by the creator of all things. Practice the FACTS of prayer and see what God does in your life.

    The FACTS of Prayer 10/21/07 AM Reading: Luke 11:1-4 In this passage, Jesus provides His Disciples with a model for prayer. He wasn’t giving them, or us, a mantra for rote recitation. Consider: 1. This prayer is recorded twice in Scripture and the wording is different in each prayer. If Jesus more

  • Teach Us To Pray Series

    Contributed by Ed Gratton on Aug 12, 2018

    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 more