This prayer from Jesus is the longest recorded in the gospels. Often referred to as the high priestly prayer, Jesus spent the time before His arrest praying for you and me. So what did He have to say on our behalf?
We’re fighting an enemy we can’t see… but then we can’t see Covid either. World rulers have geared up to fight Covid and will not be satisfied until that enemy is defeated. Are we as committed to defeating our enemy?
This prayer of Abraham seems to be the 1st recorded prayer in Scripture. Why did God preserve it for us, and what can we learn by how Abraham prayed?
God says that we need to pray like Elijah did. But Elijah seems so far above me I’m not sure I could pray with the same power as he did. But apparently I can. Do you know why?
When Jesus healed people “power went out from Him”. This isn’t the only time “Power” is spoken about as “coming out” from Jesus when He performed His miracles. What does that mean and what can it mean to us?
The role of the Church is central to the story of Revelation. How does God portray in this book, and what can this mean to us about our part in God's eternal plan?
Jesus is the ultimate expert when it comes to prayer and He taught His disciples (and us) how to pray as well. Take a look at this first of four sermons as we learn the ACTS of prayer. Our prayer begins with adoration for the God who is both magnificent and our father.
People seem to be afraid of silence. They do anything to fill their lives with noise and avoid the emptiness. But God says "Be still and know that I am God." What can that mean to us and how can we go about doing it?
The Gift That Keeps On Giving
The gift of "giving" is perhaps closest to God's heart. What is it about this gift that makes it so special, and how can we know if we have this particular gift?