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The Lord’s Prayer: Forgive Us Our Debts

Category: Healing/Renewal, Jesus, Prayer, Spiritual Growth

November 10, 2019

Scripture: Matthew 6:12, 14-15 (NRSV) This is the hardest line in the Lord’s Prayer. Jesus gives us no wiggle room, no escape clauses. Our lips should tremble and our knees knock when we kneel for...

The Lord’s Prayer: Our Daily Bread

Category: Faith, God, Jesus, Prayer, Spiritual Growth

November 3, 2019

Scripture Readings: Proverbs 30:8 (NRSV) Matthew 6:11 (NRSV) In Exodus 16, the Lord said to Moses, “I am going to rain bread from heaven for you … and you shall have your fill of bread;...

The Lord’s Prayer: Thy Will Be Done

Category: Jesus, Justice, Prayer, Spiritual Growth, Wisdom

October 27, 2019

Scripture: Matthew 6:10 (NRSV) What do we really want? Knowing what we want and wanting what really matters is the difference between going somewhere or just going. If we don’t know what we want or...

The Lord’s Prayer: Thy Kingdom Come

Category: God, Jesus, Justice, Spiritual Growth

October 20, 2019

Scripture: Matthew 6:10 (NRSV) Each time we pray Thy kingdom come, we’re reminded that God’s kingdom is not a purely heavenly kingdom. Christians don’t ask to flee earth to go to heaven. We ask for...

The Lord’s Prayer: Hollowed Be Thy Name

Category: Prayer, Spiritual Growth, Worship

October 13, 2019

Scripture Readings: Ezekiel 36:23 (NKJV) Matthew 6:9 (NRSV) Too many times Christians live life in an ugly way—where we live as if God doesn’t exist. We’re cruel to one another. Rather than living in love,...

The Lord’s Prayer: Our Father in Heaven

Category: God, Jesus, Prayer, Spiritual Growth

October 6, 2019

Scripture Readings: Isaiah 63:16 (NIV) Matthew 6:9 (NRSV) It’s been called: The Lord’s Prayer, The Disciple’s Prayer, The Our Father. Whatever you call it, it’s Christianity’s greatest prayer. Jesus gave us a gift with his...