Lesson 61: The Disciples’ Prayer, Part I (Luke 11:1-4)Related Media
(Part I) There’s much more to Jesus’s “how to” of prayer than we might often give thought to. Great familiarity with the petition that begins with “Our Father who art in heaven,” might lead us to miss the weight of our Savior’s words, so it is a welcomed instruction that is gained when hearing Pastor Daniel slow down over the course of two sermons to unwrap the most popular prayer ever—The Lord’s Prayer or, just as accurately, The Disciples’ Prayer. From these messages, we are helped to see the importance of Praying to the One we call our Heavenly Father, challenged to pray for the exaltation of God’s glorious name, and confidently pray for God’s kingdom and His purposes to be established. Furthermore, the instruction is given to pray for our daily needs, to request forgiveness, and to ask God for deliverance, knowing that temptations abound. Through these messages, be encouraged in your dependence on the One who is faithful to hear and act as His people pray.
Summary by Seth Kempf, Bethany Community Church Staff
Related Topics: Prayer