September 29, 2019

Jesus on Prayer

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Passage: Luke 11:1-10
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Bible Text: Luke 11:1-10 | Preacher: Steve Schantz | Series: A Life of Prayer |

Hello Church Family,
I would like to invite you to journey together over the next several weeks in a season of prayer. When we want to see God working in us corporately and individually, there is no replacement for prayer. No program or plan, no strategy or shortcut, no amount of money or mission, can replace the power of prayer. As J.I. Packer put it, “The Spirit does not move where there is not much prayer.” In our private prayer time, the real you meets the real God. God loves to spend time with us in prayer, not because we are so great or anywhere near close to being perfect, but because He loves us and because He is a relational God. A gentle invitation to spend time with the God of the Universe awaits us. What an awesome privilege!

Sermon series: A Life of Prayer This week’s message: Jesus On Prayer

Hello Church Family,
I would like to invite you to journey together over the next several weeks in a season of prayer. When we want to see God working in us corporately and individually, there is no replacement for prayer. No program or plan, no strategy or shortcut, no amount of money or mission, can replace the power of prayer. As J.I. Packer put it, “The Spirit does not move where there is not much prayer.” In our private prayer time, the real you meets the real God. God loves to spend time with us in prayer, not because we are so great or anywhere near close to being perfect, but because He loves us and because He is a relational God. A gentle invitation to spend time with the God of the Universe awaits us. What an awesome privilege!

Sermon series: A Life of Prayer This week’s message: Jesus On Prayer

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