Join us as we look at Paul’s letter to the Philippians (Ch. 4, verses 4-7) and consider his instruction about prayer as a way that God can transform our hearts and minds when it comes to our worries.
Luke 11:1-13. When the disciples were with Jesus they asked him many things. One of their most important questions was about prayer. On one occasion they simply said, “Lord, teach us to pray.” That is when Jesus gave them what we now call The Lord’s Prayer.
This sermon is the beginning of a five-week series on prayer. This week our focus will be on the purpose of prayer. We will consider some basic questions: What is prayer? Why pray? What happens when we pray?
A reflection on the divine love of God that is not only given to us but is within us.
The prophet Isaiah gives his people a wonderful promise: “For to us a child is born, to us a son is given…” This promise is the source of their/our joy because that child is Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Prince of Peace.
Today we lit the Advent candle of Love as we continue to reflect on our Savior’s birth.
Hear Pastor Dan’s message on this first Sunday of Advent.
It is by grace that we were offered the free gift of eternal life. It is by grace that we have been called into relationship with Jesus Christ. It is by grace that we have been provided a pattern for living. It is by grace that we are empowered to live in the Spirit. Let’s think about what it means to live in the Spirit.
Most of us have a favorite phrase that we use over and over. We might not even know how often we repeat it until someone tells us about it. The Apostle Paul had a favorite prepositional phrase that he used many times – in Christ. Why did he use it so often? What did it mean to him? What should it mean to us?