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"Prayer" Tagged Sermons (Page 2)

Tuning Your Life to God’s Word – Psalms Series – Psalm 3 – August 14, 2016

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Sermon Summary Psalm 3 was written by someone facing serious trouble: we’re talking career- changing, life-threatening trouble. If ever there was an occasion to pray, this was it. This is the first Psalm that identifies itself as having been written by King David of Israel. King David’s own son, Absalom, had initiated…

Getting There – Through Time with God in Prayer – Part 4 of 8

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Sermon Summary Spending time in prayer is a spiritual discipline that is instrumental to the Christian’s journey to become more like Christ. Prayer is vital to our spiritual health and instrumental to life change. However, if we are honest, many of us view prayer as an optional part of the Christian life.…

How to Stop Quarreling and Start Loving – Part 10 of 13

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Sermon Summary Why do Christians sometimes fight, bicker, and quarrel? Who is to blame, and what are we to do about it? James, Jesus’ half-brother, addresses that very question in James 4:1-10. James asserts that quarrels are sourced in wrong desires. We all have desires, many of which are perfectly legitimate. But…

The Purpose & Practice of Prayer – Practice of Prayer

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Sermon Summary Today, Pastor Doug presented his second message in a two-week miniseries on prayer. He challenged us to give prayer a prominent place in our lives. Although many of us view prayer as an optional part of the Christian life, it should be as natural to us as breathing. From Scripture,…

The Purpose & Practice of Prayer – Purpose of Prayer

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Sermon Summary What is the purpose of prayer in the Christian walk? By observing how Jesus prayed, we discover that there are at least four facets of prayer: 1. Adoration, 2. Confession, 3: Thanksgiving, and 4. Supplication. You can remember these facets by memorizing the acrostic ACTS. Adoration: We worship God for…

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