Pastor Jeff wraps up his summer series, “The Lord’s Prayer” with a culmination of the prior six sermons… adding a nice bow on top with the focus on the last line of this all-important prayer.
Today, Pastor Jeff explains how we can find GRACE for times of temptation by using a very simple acrostic that’s easy to remember.
As Pastor Jeff states in today’s message, “Sometimes, the most difficult thing we can do for God becomes the most powerful thing that we do for ourselves”. When you share the gift of forgiveness with someone who either needs your forgiveness or you need theirs, a healing of vast proportions ultimately takes place within BOTH of you. Our world is in desperate need of forgiveness on many levels… listening to today’s message may be the greatest step you can take in helping this hurting world turn around.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could see a list of “side effects” each time we entertained the idea of sinning? Since that’s not an option, Pastor Jeff gives us a “5-step plan” on how to utilize the 4th line of the Lord’s Prayer: “Forgive us our trespasses…”
Have you ever heard the phrase “you do not have because you do not ask”? God is our Sole Provider and He WANTS to give us our daily “bread” (the main essentials needed to live this life). All we have to do is ASK Him. That’s what prayer does for us. Today, Pastor Jeff continues his line-by-line teaching of The Lord’s Prayer, with this week’s focus on its 3rd line and the importance of asking God to provide our daily bread.
“Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.” If you’ve ever wondered what this 2nd line of The Lord’s Prayer means, listen in as Pastor Jeff gives a fantastic explanation to help us understand.