Matthew 6:7-17 As Christians, our prayers require a posture of the heart towards God that loves Jesus as our ruler, our forgiver, and our deliverer, and a posture of the heart toward others that shows mercy.
1 Timothy 2:1-7 Paul knew that the most significant thing Timothy could address in Ephesus was prayer. Paul connects the prayer of the church to the scope of salvation offered freely in the gospel. It is in our prayers for the salvation of all people where we most tangibly express the gospel to the world.
Psalm 44 Psalm 44 helps us orient our response to tragedy and uncertainty in a Godward direction. When faced with trial and honest frustration, how do we avoid the hope-blindness of distrust in God’s covenant faithfulness? By reminding ourselves of the inseparable love of God toward us in Christ Jesus his Son.
Psalm 32 Psalm 32 is a reminder of God’s gracious and free gift of forgiveness offered to those who turn to him in genuine confession and repentance. Our knowledge of the mercy of God moves us to pray, humbly submit, and gladly follow him on the path of joy.
Part 3 of a 5 part series entitled Resolved, which explores the worthy purposes of the Christian life and foster a commitment and faithfulness to the pursuit of the Glory of God.
Part 13 of a 13 part series on the letter of James. In this sermon, we conclude our study of the book of James, and explore the final marks of a Pure Church: a confident hope in the character of God, and a compassionate pursuit and defense of the truth.
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