Sermon: Luke 11:4 - How to Pray, Part 5. Every need we have in life can be broken down into three basic categories. In last week's sermon, we looked at the first category of need: God's provision. In this week's sermon, we conclude our look at the Lord's Prayer by looking at the last two categories of need in the final two petitions Jesus taught His disciples to pray. What are these final two needs? And when all is said and done, what is principal point of prayer? Listen to this week's sermon to learn more.
Sermon: What Does the Bible Say about Satan? (Selected Scriptures). While Satan is often depicted in pop culture, general belief among professing Christians about Satan is on the decline. What does the Bible say about this malevolent being? Where did he originate? What does he do in the world? And, most importantly, how can Christians stand against his evil onslaughts? Listen to this sermon to learn what the Bible says about Satan and how it equips you to resist him, firm in your faith.
Sermon: Luke 11:3 - How to Pray, Part 4. Our daily bread seems like such a mundane and predictable request, especially for the model prayer. Why did our Lord teach us to pray for our daily bread? What is the significance of this prayer, especially for people who seem to have so much more than simply the daily necessities of life? That's our subject in this week's sermon. Listen to this sermon on Luke 11:3 to see why the Lord wants us to seek Him for our daily bread.
Sermon: Luke 11:2 - How to Pray, Part 3. Prayer gives rise to more practical questions that any other subject in the scriptures. In this week's sermon, we take a look at some questions people often have about prayer, especially as they begin to follow Jesus' pattern for prayer in The Lord's Prayer. If you have questions about prayer, this sermon will be a practical help to you in growing in your prayer life.
Sermon: Luke 11:2 - How to Pray, Part 2. When we come into the Lord's presence for prayer, what's the first thing on our minds? Is it a trial we are enduring? Maybe it's a particular temptation pressing hard upon us. Or perhaps we are concerned about health or our daily provisions. Maybe we are aware of our sinfulness and our need for forgiveness. Jesus, however, instructs us how to pray, and the focus of our prayers should never begin with ourselves. So, how should our prayers begin? Where should our focus be when we pray? That's the subject of this week's sermon. We continue our study of the Lord's Prayer with this sermon entitled "How to Pray, Part 2."
Sermon: Luke 11:2 - How to Pray, Part 1. When we come to the Lord in prayer, what really matters? Is it the time? The place? The length of time we spend in prayer? Having our eyes open or closed? Should we kneel, stand, sit, or lie prostrate on the floor? What about content? What should we say when we come to the Lord in prayer? In this week's sermon, we look at all of these questions from Luke 11:2. Jesus taught His disciples how to pray, and what He emphasized first might surprise you. Listen to this week's sermon to learn more.
Sermon: Luke 11:1 - Lord, Teach Us to Pray. Saying a prayer is a simple thing to do, so simple even a child can do it. But what about sustaining a vibrant life of prayer? For most Christians, prayer is exceedingly difficult, especially when it comes to cultivating a deep, enjoyable prayer life that is consistent over the long term. These struggles are not unique to us. The disciples themselves understood the difficulty of prayer, and they asked the Lord for help. In this sermon on Luke 11:1, we see why the disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray. This sermon also helps us see our need for the Lord to teach us what it means to pray in the Spirit according to the truth.
Sermon: What Does the Bible Say about Angels? (Selected Scriptures). Angels are a popular topic in film, television, and books, but can we separate pop-culture fiction from biblical fact? In this sermon, we take a look at what the Bible says about angels. Their role in God's purposes is extensive and vital. The biblical teaching is vast on this subject, and today it is more necessary than ever.
Sermon: Every Disciple's One Need (Luke 10:38-42). An expositional sermon on Luke 10:38-42, where we look at the account of Martha, Mary, and Jesus. What is the most needful thing for a disciple of the Lord Jesus? Listen to this week's sermon to learn more.
Sermon: The Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37). An expositional sermon on Luke 10:25-37, where Jesus gives the parable of the Good Samaritan. What does this parable mean, and how does it fit within the lawyer's question about how to obtain eternal life? Listen to this week's sermon to learn more.