• Life in the Kingdom Media Resource by

    Matthew 5-7

    Jesus Christ preached with the authority of the promised coming King. In this introductory lesson, Dr. Ferguson places the Sermon on the Mount in the context of Matthew’s gospel and summarizes its content and implications. View Resource

  • A Simple Way to Pray Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:1-13

    Christians are to be a people who pray without ceasing. But how do we do this, and what is the content of such prayer? This seminar message will seek to provide helpful answers to these questions. View Resource

  • Scribes, Pharisees, Hypocrites Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:1-18

    Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ live in marked contrast from the Pharisees, as true righteousness is for God’s glory, not our own. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson develops on how knowing God as Father is the essential remedy for pharisaical hypocrisy. View Resource

  • Teach Us to Pray Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:5-7

    In matters of faith and practice, it is equally important to know how not to do something as it is to know how to do it. Jesus understood that when He taught His disciples to pray. In this message entitled “Teach us to Pray,” Dr. Sproul begins his exposition of the Lord’s Prayer by explaining what we ought not to do in our prayer lives. View Resource

  • Teach Us to Pray Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:5-13

    Who better to teach us how to pray than the Lord Jesus Christ? The disciples understood this, and as followers of Jesus Christ, we understand this. In this lesson, Dr. Mohler places the Lord’s Prayer in the context of the Gospels. View Resource

  • Knowing God as Father Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:5-15

    The essence of knowing God as Father manifests itself in prayer through our identity in Jesus Christ. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson introduces the Lord’s Prayer by describing how Jesus changes the way we come to our heavenly Father. View Resource

  • Hallowed Be Thy Name Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:9

    Prayer ought to be a priority in the life of a Christian. A healthy prayer life includes such elements as confession, supplication, and thanksgiving. How do you prioritize your prayer life? Do you pray for others more than yourself? Do you spend more time in confession than thanksgiving? Considering these thoughts in this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us about a particular supplication that we could devote more time to in our prayers. View Resource

  • The Lord’s Prayer, Part 2 Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:9

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  • The Lord’s Prayer, Part 3 Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:9

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  • The Lord’s Prayer, Part 4 Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:9

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  • The Meaning of Holiness Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:9

    What effect should the holiness of God have upon the life of the believer? Isaiah’s vision of God’s holiness had a profoundly humbling effect upon him. Does it do the same for us today? How can a greater understanding of the infinite holiness of God create in our hearts a deeper reverence toward God? What impact should the holiness of God have upon our everyday lives? In this session we will begin to explore some of the more practical applications in our own lives that should flow out of a greater awareness of the holiness of God. View Resource

  • Our Father Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:9

    The Lord’s Prayer opens with the words “Our Father,” an amazing declaration of our relationship to God through Jesus Christ. In this lesson, Dr. Mohler explores the wonder of how it is that Christians are able to pray to God as Father. View Resource

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    Matthew 6:9

    Jesus gave His disciples warnings of how not to pray, but He also gave them principles of prayer that please the Father. Is there a wrong way to say the Lord’s Prayer? Who may and may not say it? In this message, Dr. Sproul continues to look at the Lord’s Prayer as he reminds us of the warnings Jesus gave and the unspeakable privilege Christians have as they pray to the Father. View Resource

  • City of God Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:9-10

    When we pray the Lord’s Prayer, we pray for Christ’s right-now rule and reign to be extended over all the earth. In this lesson, Dr. Mohler explains how Christians are to live and to pray as dual citizens until Christ’s kingdom is fully realized. View Resource

  • Thy Kingdom Come Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:9-10

    The Bible teaches us to pray without ceasing. We are called to boldly approach the throne-room of God and present our supplications to God the Father. But do our prayers change God’s mind? How do our prayers affect the ushering of God’s kingdom? In this message, Dr. Sproul continues to look at the Lord’s Prayer as he helps us understand the effect prayer has in the manifestation of the kingdom of God. View Resource