From the series 'Prayer Fuelled Mission - Your Kingdom Come.' Luke 11:1-4
No King is a King without a kingdom to rule. Jesus is telling all those listening to align themselves with God’s will. How do we pray for others within this? Why is it important to pray on behalf of others? What does it look like to intercede for others within God’s will? How did Jesus do it?
Phil Gregg 29.01.23
From the series 'Prayer Fuelled Mission - Coming to the Father.' Luke 11:1-4
When we pray we recognise that God is God and we are not but also invited into a relationship and call him Father. Much as King David lifted his eyes to the Lord in prayer (Psalms 123:1), a lifting of eyes, thoughts, soul, and all our heart toward God should be our position as we come before God. Need to remember who we are talking to! This is also a call to praise and worship. It is good to take time to honour the Lord and consider His greatness. Time to remember His faithfulness and be encouraged by His promises.
Paul Rogers 22.01.23
From the series 'Prayer Fuelled Mission - Dependency.' Luke 11:1-4
The prayers of Jesus encourage us in our own prayer lives as it did when the disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray. He was intentional in seeking out solitary or quiet places to pray. He made it a priority. How do we follow Jesus' model for a prayer fuelled mission?
Chris Burgess 15.01.23