Sermons on dependence
Matthew 7:7-11 An incredible promise to God’s children to move us to prayer.
Luke 22:31-34. Peter, the leader of the disciples, after the dispute about which of them is the greatest, is addressed with the shocking words of Jesus: “Simon, Simon, Satan has demanded to have you, to sift you like wheat!” Praise God this is recorded in the Bible for us, because great hope if found in the remainder of Jesus words to Peter and ultimately to us. The devil is powerful, but the devil is God’s devil!
Luke 12:22-34 Jesus teaches His people that they have no need to be anxious and be consumed with worry at the needs of this life.
Luke 11:5-13. Jesus taught the heart we are to approach the Father with, the petitions we are to bring before our Father’s throne, and here in today’s text the reception we find in our God as we pray. Ask, Seek, knock. Our Father is faithful!
Luke 11:1-4 Jesus gives His disciples a model for prayer that focuses on God’s glory, attributes, provision, salvation, and protection. Today we look at the second half of this prayer and our asking our Father for physical provision, spiritual provision, and protection from temptation and the evil one.
Luke 11.1-4 Jesus teaches the disciples to pray with a model of prayer completely focused on God. He is our Father, He is holy, He is sovereign ruler and we should pray that His kingdom would come, and His will be done on earth like it is in heaven.
Luke 11:1-4 The disciples ask Jesus to teach them to pray. Prayer is a matter of our heart connecting with the Lord. He is our Father, though not everyone’s, and He is our holy Father.