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.
|Averting the Just Anger of God (Romans 3:19-28)||Brian Edwards||9 February 2014||Listen|
|Right with God (Romans 4:1-8)||Grant Retief||6 April 2014||Listen|
|You Must Be Born Again (1 John 5:1–5)||Francois Koch||27 April 2014||Listen|
|Mission—Not Impossible (Mark 6:6–30)||Tyrell Haag||18 May 2014||Listen|
|Dealing with Dawkins||John Blanchard||8 October 2014||Listen|
|Astonished Beyond Measure (Mark 7:31–37)||Brian Watts||9 November 2014||Listen|
|An Extraordinary Teaching (Mark 10:13–16)||Tyrell Haag||11 January 2015||Listen|
|Reflections on Passion Week (1 Peter 2:21–25)||Christo Beetge||29 March 2015||Listen|
|Lessons from Gethsemane (Matthew 26:36–46)||Jonathan Holdt||19 April 2015||Listen|
|What a Saviour! (Philippians 2:10–11)||Brian Stone||26 April 2015||Listen|