"Prayer" Tagged Sermons
Motives matter. The Christian cause is more than posturing it is a life of serving and giving from the heart out of Love for our King.
Throughout this series we have looked at 3 core habits of the Christian: reading Scripture, attending church, and today’s topic, prayer. Prayer is not complicated; a young child can pray. But it can be difficult! No one feels like they are an expert at prayer. Everyone feels like they need to improve. Lets explore how to grow in our prayer lives.
Philippians 4:4-9 Philippians 4:6-7 Matthew 6:25-34
We live in a culture of anxiousness brought on by technology, over-information and social disconnection. When we try to address this anxiousness we too often don’t put prayer at the top priority. Paul tells us, in the letter of Philippians, to not be anxious, but to pray and let the peace of God guard your heart and mind.
Prayer is very personal and seems to be instinctive and can be powerful. Lets talk about some practical methods to practice the spiritual discipline of prayer.