“Your Kingdom Come”

The Lords’ Prayer: Praying and Living As Our Savior Taught Us

“Your Kingdom Come”

Matthew 6:9-13; Luke 11:1-13; Luke 3:21-22; Luke 4:42–43; Luke 5:16; Luke 6:12-13; Luke 9:18

What is the true purpose of prayer? Are our hands clenched, grasping for power and peace, or open, reaching for the presence of our Heavenly Father?

  • The purpose of prayer.
  • The posture of prayer.

Feasting

Do we listen for the parties at Church? God is a party planer by taking the time of his people and organizing it around times of celebrations. As God comes near, His presence creates a pulse of Joy that should become the heart beat of His people. How does this relate to us today?

Leviticus 23:1-8

Leviticus 23:33-44

The Temple

As a tangent to the “Leviticus – Finding home with God” series, Pastor Todd Naille “pinch hits” and takes a look at Solomon and the building of the temple.  We look at what this meant for Israel, what it means about God’s character and what it means for how we live and treat Others.

 

1 Kings 8

Repentance

Repentance is the hand releasing those filthy objects it had previously clung to so tenaciously.  Faith is extending an empty hand to God to receive His gift of grace.  Repentance is a godly sorrow for sin.  Faith is receiving a sinner’s Saviour.  Repentance is revulsion of the filth and pollution of sin.  Faith is a seeking of cleansing therefrom.  Repentance is the sinner covering his mouth and crying, “Unclean, unclean!”  Faith is the leper coming to Christ and saying, “Lord, if You will, You can make me clean.”

–A.W. Pink