• 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

  • Daily Bread & Forgiveness Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:11-12

    Forgiveness is the central motif in the drama of redemption. God forgives sinners. How many times must Christians ask for forgiveness? How many times must Christians forgive others? Are Christians always required to forgive others in order to be forgiven by God? Contemplating these questions, Dr. Sproul examines what it means to ask for our “Daily Bread and Forgiveness.” View Resource

  • Deliver Us From Evil Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:13

    It seems that as long as we live in a fallen world, we will be surrounded and affected by evil in some way or another. Is it possible to truly escape evil in this world? What are we asking for when we ask the Father to deliver us from evil? In this message, Dr. Sproul helps us understand what Jesus meant when He instructed us to ask the Father to “Deliver Us From Evil.” View Resource

  • The Fatherhood of God Media Resource by

    When Jesus taught His disciples to pray, He gave them a concise model containing the essential elements of prayer. He began with the words “Our Father.” What does this opening form of address tell us about God, ourselves, and the rest of the world? In this message entitled “The Fatherhood of God,” Dr. Sproul explains what it means to call God “Our Father,” and the restrictions Scripture has placed upon that familial designation. View Resource

  • Forever Victorious Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:13

    Christians have an adversary, a reality we have to face, but not apart from the reality of his defeat. In this lesson, Dr. Mohler explains how the devil’s defeat is one of the reasons why we rightly conclude the Lord’s Prayer with a doxology. View Resource

  • Forgiven & Forgiving Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:12

    Jesus Christ has freed us from the debt of our sin, and because of that, we must freely forgive others. In this lesson, Dr. Mohler develops the idea of debt as a picture of our sin, pointing toward the heart of the Christian faith—forgiveness. 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

  • A Holy Name Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:9-13

    The Lord’s Prayer reveals to us that the Father to whom we pray is holy and transcendent. In this lesson, Dr. Mohler explains the important distinctions that need to be made to understand the holiness of God. View Resource

  • How Should We Pray? Media Resource by

    Luke 11:1-4

    Many Christians struggle not only with questions regarding the purpose of prayer, but also with questions regarding how they should pray. The disciples themselves asked Jesus to teach them how to pray. In this message, Dr. John MacArthur will explain how the Lord’s Prayer continues to answer this most basic question. 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

  • The Lord’s Prayer Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:9-13

    The Lord’s Prayer is the pattern for prayer and the pattern for life. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson teaches us how the Lord’s Prayer helps us to live in the presence of God so that we would seek His glory and trust Him in all our needs. View Resource

  • The Lord’s Prayer Media Resource by

    Luke 11:1-13

    We believe that God has ordained the preaching of His Word, prayer, and the sacraments as the means by which He sanctifies people’s lives. There is no substitute for the Scriptures if we want to know and please God, and this is especially true in our worship. Unfortunately, the church today is dethroning God and the power of His Gospel for alternatives and counterfeits. The result of using man-pleasing tactics rather than simply focusing on the preaching, reading, singing, and praying of God’s Word is that the knowledge of God’s glory is diminished, His people become spiritually malnourished, and the … View Resource

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

    Matthew 6:9

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

    Matthew 6:11-13

    Jesus’ disciples understood there was something lacking in their prayer life when they observed Jesus in prayer. When they asked, Jesus taught them to pray with what we now call “The Lord’s Prayer.” Ever since, Christians have been relying on this prayer for guidance in their own lives. But is there ever a time when reciting the Lord’s Prayer would be wrong? In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us how and how not to use “The Lord’s Prayer.” View Resource

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

    Matthew 6:9

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