A panel of 6 will discuss their view on prayer and intimacy with God.
Every Christian knows about prayer. We say grace before meals, pray with our kids at bedtime, and recite the 'Lord's Prayer.' But prayer is also a doorway to intimacy with God. We just need to change our goal from getting God to do something for me, to knowing Him better.
Zechariah's prophecies are in a rarely-read part of the Old Testament, forgotten to most Christians. After all, what could a prophet from 2,500 years ago have to say to us today? As it turns out, a lot!
The end is near, but difficult days lie ahead. Christians are suffering, and need encouragement. Paul requests prayer for the apostles, then expresses prayerful confidence that God will protect them in trying days. There is much here for us as we face these difficult last days.
"Your Kingdom come." This brief request in the Disciple's Prayer is significant for our lives today and points with hope to the future. Yet many Christians rarely think of this kingdom. What are we missing? The culmination of God's plan - and motivation for life right now!
What is Hallowed? A Hallowed Heart is Humble. A Hallowed Heart Loves.
He is a Divine Father, lovingly corrects us, provides for our needs, gives us His wisdom, and always seeks us out.
Prayer was important to Jesus. He spent time in prayer, exhorted His disciples to pray, and taught about prayer. Prayer is important to us too. This summer we’ll focus on Jesus’ prayer in the Sermon on the Mount – The Lord’s Prayer, but really a disciple’s prayer. But first let’s hear Jesus’ do’s and don’ts for when you pray.
After spending the night in Bethany, Jesus and his disciples walked to Jerusalem each morning. Monday, Jesus cursed a fig tree without fruit, Tuesday, it was dead. In between, He chased business people out of the temple. What do these two episodes teach?