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New Sermon – An Unnatural Prayer

December 11, 2018

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We are all born with a sinful nature, and while God has rebuilt the heart and affections of His people, we still all struggle with that old sinful side at the same time.  Because of this, sometimes things such as prayer can be a challenge.  Are we praying our will, or God’s will?  Are we […]

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New Sermon – Prayer for the Church

December 17, 2017

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Do you pray for those in your church?  What are your specific requests?  Healing? Financial relief? Maybe for strained relationships?  While there’s nothing wrong with these prayers at all, It’s interesting to note that when Paul prayed for those in the church he prayed for something much different. So is there something that we might […]

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Persecution

January 19, 2016

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It’s going on all around the world.  Do you remember them in prayer and support?

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Prayer and Persecutors

December 23, 2015

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Contemplative prayer, Centering Prayer or….

November 16, 2015

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If you haven’t noticed, there seems to be increasing attention on some of the more ancient prayer practices lately.  Centering prayer, contemplative prayer and meditation are all being discussed now with Christian application in mind.  While some of the authors promoting these ideas (Merton, Keating, etc.) may have some fine-sounding things to say regarding the […]

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Amen…right?

August 22, 2014

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“Amen”  It’s a simple close to our prayers, and one that’s almost always overlooked or uttered without much though.  Maybe I’m being a bit over-analytical, but can I encourage you to pause before spitting this word out as though it has no meaning?  It’s my belief we should always stop and reflect before giving an “Amen”.  Why?  Glad you […]

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How to Pray – New Sermon Available!

April 25, 2013

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How should we pray?  Well, in Matthew 6:5-15 God in human flesh (that is, God incarnate – Jesus Christ) teaches us.  Many professing Christians recoil at the idea of being taught how to pray, as they feel any instruction will detract from their sincerity and freedom of expression.  Others feel they should pray, but either […]

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How to Know God’s Will

March 20, 2013

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George Mueller’s life is often considered to be one of recent time’s most amazing examples of what a godly man experiences when he is committed to prayer and a life lived out in faith.  You may find it interesting to learn that his advice on knowing God’s will smacks in the face of the methods […]

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