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.
|Meet the Real Jesus||John Blanchard||22 April 2009||Listen|
|Jesus With Us (John 2:1-11)||Peter Sammons||28 June 2009||Listen|
|Guilty as Charged (Romans 3:9-20)||Chris Woolley||5 July 2009||Listen|
|Responding to the Death of Christ (Matthew 27:54-56)||Tyrell Haag||26 July 2009||Listen|
|Be Thou My Vision (Jeremiah 37:1-10)||Dean Verwey||11 October 2009||Listen|
|Two Great Realities (Psalm 90:1-17)||Tony McCracken||28 February 2010||Listen|
|Stand Firm in the Lord (Philippians 4:1-9)||Kobus van der Walt||28 March 2010||Listen|
|The Common Faith (Hebrews 10:38-39)||Charles Keen||25 April 2010||Listen|
|War of Words II||Paul Tripp||19 August 2010||Listen|
|War of Words I||Paul Tripp||19 August 2010||Listen|