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Church Under Construction
Lesson 13 - Organized Acts
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Tag Archives: The Lord’s Prayer
I say, “not my will but yours be done” (Luke 22:42). Do I mean it? Lord, your will be done in my child’s life–even if that takes him far away, or puts him in harm’s way, or sets him … Continue reading
The maps in my school books had America front and center. When I pray, I tend to put America’s needs front and center. I pray, Your will be done in America. I am thinking, “Do what’s best for America.” … Continue reading
Thy will be done. I tend to make that my prayer of last resort. That’s not what Christ taught his disciples back in Galilee. It should be my prayer of first—and only—resort.
Which is easier for you: accepting forgiveness or offering forgiveness? I like my grudges and I want to keep them I’ve had lots of practice accepting forgiveness What if I’m not sorry? Forgive us our trespasses – … Continue reading
Final lesson on The Lord’s Prayer: Lead us not into temptation. He leads me in paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. Psalm 23:3 (ESV) Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Amen. … Continue reading
I have been working on the Bible lessons for our Vacation Prayer School, based on the Lord’s Prayer. Our Father . . . I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth (Matthew 11:25, NIV). Thy will … Continue reading