The Lord’s Prayer: Prayer – The Great Adventure
Matthew 6:5-13 & Matthew 7:7-11
47 – You can’t pray, “My Father,” If He isn’t your Father through your acceptance of Christ as your Savior.
48 – Becoming God’s children gives us direct access to God by the Holy Spirit.
49 – God expects the reverence that derives from His holiness; hallow His name.
50 – Jesus’ kingdom and righteous rule will ultimately be established on earth.
51 – It is liberating to pray priorities and allow God freedom to do what He wants.
52 – We are all totally dependent upon the Lord for the daily supply of our needs.
53 – If you have what you need an you have God, you have everything.
54 – Every day, we are to deal with the issue of forgiveness in our praying.
55 – Because God has forgiven us, we are free to forgive others.
56 – God will allow us to be tested in order to reveal our heart.
57 – The prayer not to bring us tests becomes a confession of our own weakness.
58 – Danger is constant and always around us; ask the Deliverer for deliverance.
59 – He is a delivering God who delights to hear His children pray for deliverance.
60 – Our praise doxology recognizes God’s sovereignty, power, majesty, eternity.
61 – God is both the God of glory and the God who walks through your life to help.
62 – People who know God are to be praying and presenting their requests.
63 – Christ gave us three imperatives in prayer: ask, seek, knock!
64 – Jesus gave us a promise to certainty: He will hear and respond.
65 – We sometimes forget that God wants to answer our prayers.
66 – God wants to teach us to wait on Him through persistent praying.
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