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Discover why “Amen” is so important, as we wrap up our series on the Lord’s Prayer

There’s a short word attached to the closing of every prayer. We say it out of habit, but may not even realize what it means! Let's wrap up our series on the Lord’s Prayer, with a discussion about the word "Amen."

An insightful study on Jesus’ words, “Lead us not into temptation”

Temptation is all around us. And if we’re not careful, we’re liable to fall right into its trap! Let's suggest ways to avoid getting caught in the snare!

Take a practical look at dealing with temptation

As believers in Christ, we have an ancient foe doing all he can to trip us up. But thankfully, God has provided spiritual tools to combat our enemy and gain the victory!

Let’s investigate the character and strategy of our spiritual enemy

Behind every act of evil we see in our world, there are the manipulations of the Evil One! You won’t want to miss this eye-opening discussion.

Find helpful tips for enhancing our own communication with God

There are times when we come to God in prayer and we’re at a loss for words. Let's examine two different prayers in the Bible,

Discover what it means to pray, “Lead us not into temptation”

It’s not uncommon to have questions when reading some of Jesus’ teaching. He often spoke in riddles and parables, which may seem foreign to those of us living in the twenty-first century! Let's discuss a puzzling request found in the Lord’s Prayer.

A biblical look at a puzzling passage

Does God ever put temptations in our way to make us stumble and fall? “Lead us not into temptation.”

A meaningful conversation on what to do when you’ve forgiven but can’t forget

We can honestly try to forgive an offense. But some pain, some memories continue to haunt us for years to come. Join the group for another study on the Lord’s Prayer.

An encouraging story you don’t want to miss

No matter how long you’ve been a follower of Christ, forgiveness is never easy. Haddon Robinson shares a personal story of his own battle with Jesus’ words, “Forgive us our sins, as we forgive those who sin against us.”

Why an attitude of forgiveness is so important for your relationships

It’s one thing to ask forgiveness when we’ve done something hurtful, but an entirely different story when we’re the ones who’ve been wounded! A timely conversation for your relationships.

How an appropriate view of our own sin changes how we respond to those who sin against us

When someone hurts us deeply, we can be tempted to withhold forgiveness. We choose instead to ask God for judgment upon that person. Join the group for a timely discussion on the Lord’s Prayer.

A story about sin, fairness, and grace

Sin comes with a cost, our mistakes often bring consequences. But does forgiveness wipe the entire slate clean? Biblical answers to important questions on forgiveness.

Is there a connection to needing bread for our body to survive, and needing forgiveness for our soul?

In Jesus’ teaching of the Lord’s Prayer, He says “Give us our daily bread and forgive us our debts . . .”

How can we offer forgiveness when we just don’t feel like it?

Forgiveness isn’t easy to give, especially when our wounds go deep. But when we accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior, He expects us to forgive others to the same degree that He’s forgiven us. Let's look at the Lord’s Prayer to reveal how we can offer forgiveness when we just don’t feel like it.

Discover exactly what it means to offer and receive forgiveness

Some people say that to forgive is to forget. Others may argue that grace must be earned. A clarifying look at a difficult subject.