prayer

Thy Kingdom Come

Sermon Title:  Thy Kingdom Come
Scripture Reading:  Matthew 6:5-15; Luke 18:9-14; Mark 1:35

The disciples observed that Jesus prayed a lot. They also heard Jesus critique the prayers of the Pharisees and their pious prayers. Naturally, they ask Jesus to teach them how to pray. So Jesus tells them the way they should pray is to be supremely concerned for God’s Kingdom to come and his will be done on the earth.

In Thy Kingdom Come, Pastor David helps us to see how Jesus frames all of prayer as a cry for Kingdom and then calls us to pray like Christ.

Listen to the sermon and view the slides here.

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When God Speaks

Sermon Title:  When God Speaks
Scripture Reading:  1 Samuel 3:1-10; John 10:14, 27; Hebrews 3:12-19

The Scripture tells us that God wants to speak to his children. The problem is we’re not always listening. Why is that? Do we know when God is speaking to us? When Samuel was just a small boy, he heard from God, but he didn’t recognize God’s voice. He needed help in learning to listen so he could respond in obedience.

In the message When God Speaks, Pastor David shares about ways God can speak to us, and what we can do to be attentive and receptive to his voice. Listen to David and view the slides here.

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