• Means of Grace: Prayer Media Resource by

    Luke 11:1-4

    Christians understand the tremendous privilege of being able to approach the Almighty God in prayer. Yet, too often this gift is taken for granted, misunderstood, or neglected. Knowing our human weaknesses and sinful tendencies, God has graciously provided us with guidance from His Word and assistance from His Spirit to help us pray rightly. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson approaches the topic of prayer by looking at how Jesus taught His disciples to pray. View Resource

  • Praying with the Spirit Media Resource by

    Romans 8:26-27

    Many Christians are dissatisfied with their prayer lives. Despite our best intentions, prayer can be awkward and, at times, difficult. We may struggle to focus, find the right words, or develop consistent habits. Fortunately, Romans 8 offers us hope and encouragement. In this lesson, Dr. Thomas describes how the Holy Spirit graciously and patiently prays with and for us, so that our prayers ascend to God’s throne room with beauty and power. View Resource

  • The Lord’s Prayer, Part 1 Media Resource by

    Psalm 65:2

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  • Two Models of Prayer Media Resource by

    Luke 18:10-14

    Not only did Jesus teach us how to pray, He taught us how not to pray. In this lesson, Dr. Mohler uses the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector and common misconceptions about prayer to further introduce the Lord’s Prayer. View Resource

  • Corporate Prayer Media Resource by

    Matthew 6:9-13

    Prayer is central to the Christian life, so it is no surprise that it is also central in a healthy church. In this lesson, Dr. Dever illustrates the prayer life of a healthy church while emphasizing the content, context, purpose, and power of prayer. View Resource

  • An Altar for Incense Media Resource by

    Exodus 30:1-10

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you.” In a post-Christian but otherwise religious world, it is amazing how many people will say something like this in response to someone’s struggles. This is a mere religious expression, but Christian prayer remains a serious and sacred matter. After all, we are addressing a holy God when we pray. In this lesson, we take up the matter of prayer and its connection to the golden altar of incense inside the tabernacle and just outside the Holy of Holies. View Resource

  • Providence and Prayer - If God is Sovereign, Why Pray? Media Resource by

    James 5:13-18

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    Psalms 51

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  • The Lord’s Prayer, Part 1 Media Resource by

    Luke 11:1-4

    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

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    Psalms 8:9

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  • How to Pray Media Resource by

    1 Samuel 1

    Some have reduced prayer to merely talking to God. But there is more involved than a conversation between two parties. Before we pray there are a couple of things we need to remember. In this message entitled “How to Pray,” Dr. Sproul helps us understand critical yet simple elements we need to incorporate into our prayers. View Resource

  • If God Knows Our Needs, Why Pray? Media Resource by

    We serve an all-loving, all-knowing, omnipotent God, who loves to give His children what they need. Yet we are instructed by Jesus in the Lord’s prayer to ask the Father for our daily provisions. But if God already knows what we need, what is the purpose of prayer? In this message, Dr. Sproul examines the question teaching us the place prayer has in our lives, and ultimately, the providence of God. View Resource

  • How Should We Pray? Media Resource by

    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

  • Why Should We Pray? Media Resource by

    God is sovereign. That means He exercises His kingly rule over all creation. He ordains whatsoever comes to pass. He is also omniscient, knowing all things. As Christians, we are called to pray, but why? What can we tell God that He doesn’t already know? What can our prayers do? With these questions in mind, Dr. J. Ligon Duncan explains why we should pray in light of God’s sovereignty. View Resource

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