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Just Ask: Finding the Nerve to Pray

Some people cannot imagine not praying. Every breath, for them, is a prayer. Some people think prayer is as imaginary as unicorns and leprechauns. Most of us fall somewhere in the middle of those two extremes. We believe in God. We know we should pray. Yet we struggle with it. Once, Jesus’ disciples asked him to teach them how to pray. That’s when he gave them what we know as the Lord’s Prayer. It is so compact you can tweet it and still have room for a few more characters. But it’s breadth and depth are staggering. Join us as we ask some hard questions and learn some lasting truths about talking to God.

Sermons in this series

Deliver Us From Evil
Why would Jesus teach us to pray, “Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil?” Maybe because he knows something we don’t know. Or don’t want to face. There is evil in the world and it means to hurt us. He would know. It tried to destroy him the moment he was born.
Your Kingdom Come
The most subversive part of the Lord’s Prayer is this: Your Kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Praying that will radically change your life because the Kingdom of God is radically different from every other kingdom on earth. But we knew that. The way the King came was our first clue that this kingdom was going to be different.
As We Forgive Our Debtors
“How many times must I forgive someone who sins against me?” That’s the question Peter asked Jesus. That’s not our question. Our question is shorter and harder: How do I forgive?
Forgive Us Our Debts
Your biggest problem can’t be solved with the right treatment protocol or an unbeatable legal team or by winning the lottery. There is only one way to fix the most broken thing in your life. And all you have to do is ask for it.
Give Us This Day
The only time folks in the South worry about having enough bread for the day is when the weather people interrupt our regularly scheduled programming to tell us we’re all going to die in the snow. Then, we rush to the grocery store where we discover shelf after shelf of every kind of bread you can imagine. How do people like us pray for something they have more of than they need?
Hallowed Be Thy Name
You probably won’t use the word “hallowed,” at work or school or in the neighborhood this week. But every second of every day, everywhere you are, you’re going to want what this dusty old word describes.
Our Father
What do you call the most powerful person in the world? How do you relate to someone who is so important, even the furniture in his house has a name and a history? There’s an iconic image you may remember: John Kennedy, Jr., playing under the Resolute desk in the Oval Office as his father, the most powerful man in the world, looks on. JFK is smiling. John Jr. didn’t call JFK, “Mr. President.” He called him “Dad.” So how do you relate to an extremely important person? It all depends on your relationship.

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