In this message we hear about the Sword of the Spirit.
This sermon is a vision casting sermon for LWC. Our goal is to pray as Jesus commanded in Luke 10:2 for every home in a 10 mile radius around the church. The prayer is a simple prayer that anyone can pray. It is a prayer requesting the Lord of the harvest to send laborers. The need is not for a larger harvest but for more laborers.
This week’s messages focuses on Jesus prayer of Gethsemane found in Matthew 26:36-46. The practice of prayer leads us to places of difficult prayer but fulfilling prayer. It is when we learn to pray according to God’s will and not our own will that we are truly living the blessed life, and a life full of joy. God teaches us dependence upon Him and not ourselves through a prayer filled life.
Prayer should be simple but at times we have a tendency to make it complicated. This weeks sermon looks at some very simple aspects of prayer. The text is Luke 3:22-23, which is Jesus prayer during His baptism that opens heaven.
The second part of two messages on prayer which is a spiritual discipline that Christ expects his followers to use. This is indicated in Matthew 6 by his phrase, “When you pray.” This week the focus of the message is on the Lord’s Prayer found in Matthew 6:9-13.
We learn that prayer is an important tool as we consider the tools spiritual disciplines as mandated by Christ in Matthew 6. In looking at the practices of Jesus through His historical setting and the recorded accounts of His life of prayer in the Gospels one can see a picture as to what current practices of prayer should entail.
Join us as Pastor Dana takes us on a journey through Psalm 27 and shows how this psalm from King David is a reflection on our posture of prayer.
Do you struggle with prayer? Join us today as Pastor Aaron teaches on how to pray by looking at The Lord’s Prayer. Jesus shows us that prayer should be a staple in our lives just like bread. Are you ready to make prayer a staple in your life?