"Lord's Prayer" Tagged Sermons
Luke 11:1-4 – As imperfect Christians, we have a “sacred schizophrenia” — we love our temptations and we hate them. Pastor Rod Bunton examines the last petition in the Lord’s Prayer where we plead with God to help us overcome our own desires.
Luke 11:1-4 – In the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus taught us to ask for forgiveness from God but that request came with an addendum. Pastor Rod Bunton teaches about our obligation to forgive others.
Luke 11:1-4 – In the 32nd Psalm, God’s Word proclaims, “Blessed is the one whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered.” Pastor Rod Bunton teaches why forgiveness of sin is our most basic need for our spiritual existence.
Luke 11:1-4 – In Acts 17:25, Paul says, “[God] himself gives to all mankind life and breath and everything.” Pastor Rod Bunton explains why Jesus taught his disciples to ask for bread, daily.
Luke 11:1-4 – As Jesus was teaching his disciples to pray, he told them to ask for God’s kingdom to come. Pastor Rod Bunton teaches us about the two meanings behind that request.
Luke 11:1-4 – In Jesus’ model for prayer, he starts with a petition: “hallowed be your name.” Pastor Rod Bunton shows us the meaning behind this uncommon phrase.
Luke 11:1-2 – As Jesus taught his disciples how to pray, he addressed God as “Father.” Pastor Rod Bunton teaches that, while this relationship was true for Jesus, it also applies to Christians.
Luke 11:1-4 – After Jesus finished praying, one of his disciples asked him to teach them to pray. Pastor Rod Bunton explains why this was an important request.