There are seasons where prayer can feel a little stale. Times when our laundry list of requests and concerns become so familiar they’re just as mundane as actual laundry!
The Lord’s Prayer is a foundation for our communication with God, but not the final word on it Part 3
A good speaker often develops a basic outline to help stay on topic, but makes room to improvise! Join the discussion on the Lord's Prayer.
In some cultures, it’s forbidden to speak God’s name out loud. But Jesus taught His disciples to call God, Dad! Don’t miss this encouraging discussion.
The Creator of the universe, who spoke planets into existence and named every star, wants us to call him Dad.
Do you ever struggle to find the right words in prayer? Perhaps it’s a real challenge to pray out loud in a group.
Perhaps you grew up with a kind and loving dad, or maybe you’re still trying to forget the pain your father caused you. No matter what your experience has been, there’s much to learn about our heavenly Father.
Calling God Dad implies a loving relationship. But if our earthly father was less than ideal, it can negatively impact our view of the Lord.
It’s sometimes easy to confuse our heavenly Father with our earthly father. That’s why we need to go to Scripture to clearly understand the attributes of God.
Jesus teaches that the first thing you do in prayer is say “Hallowed be Your name.” It’s an acknowledgment that we’re putting God first.