Luke’s Gospel is particularly burdened to show us that Jesus was a man of prayer. When his disciples saw him praying, they asked him to teach them to pray. He taught them to pray corporately, humbly, believingly, and fervently.
Scripture References: Luke 11:1-13
The sermons or talks in this study are by various guest speakers over the years.
|Pursuing Holiness I (Various Texts)||Jerry Bridges||5 August 2003||Listen|
|Pursuing Holiness II (Various Texts)||Jerry Bridges||6 August 2003||Listen|
|Pursuing Holiness III (Various Texts)||Jerry Bridges||7 August 2003||Listen|
|Is God Past His Sell-By Date? (Various Texts)||John Blanchard||9 March 2005||Listen|
|Arise, O Lord (Psalm 3:1-8)||Martin Holdt||19 June 2005||Listen|
|The Son of God (John 10:22-33)||Darrell Cook||18 September 2005||Listen|
|Providence: Who Makes it Happen? (Romans 8:31-32)||Gordon Keddie||16 October 2005||Listen|
|Genesis: The Key to Faith and Culture (Various Texts)||Carl Wieland||11 March 2006||Listen|
|Geology, the Flood and the Age of the Earth (Various Texts)||Carl Wieland||11 March 2006||Listen|
|Life's Design and the Origin of the Races (Various Texts)||Carl Wieland||11 March 2006||Listen|