As we reflect and celebrate God’s faithfulness in the past, we are to pray for our future while planning to partner with the church to advance the Gospel.
When we pray the Lord’s Prayer, we are asking God to change our hearts and change the world.
Most of us are not guilty of asking too much of God; most of are guilty of asking to little of Him. When we pray, we should finish with expectation of Him answering.
What you pray, how you pray, and how often you pray, reveals what your really believe about God.
Jesus tells us that our Heavenly Father knows we need before we even ask Him. This naturally leads to a question: then why should we pray? In this sermon, we will answer that question and discover why God wants us to be praying people.
“God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in spirit and in truth.” John 4:24 From the first time prayer seemed to be invoked; “Then men began to call upon the name of the Lord.” Gen. 4:26, unto the last prayer written in our Bible: …
Father, we are so grateful that by your Grace through Christ, we are here at this moment of time, to praise you as men and women who have experienced a resurrection of our own spirits. We are no longer at war with you, nor are …