The Prayer Of Respect (2 of 8) by Chuck McAlister
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Series: The Practice Of Personal Peace (The Lord’s Prayer)
Dr. Chuck McAlister
(A) Series... THE PRACTICE OF PERSONAL PEACE ...
1- Summer time -- a great time to slow down and depressurize your life ... a great time to work on gaining personal peace ...something we all need!
2- How do we acquire this peace?
Phil. 4:6-7 "Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God;
and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus."
a- Genuine, personal peace comes through the Practice of Prayer.
b- How do we pray so that we can be assured of having this peace?
c- Jesus gave us a guide ... a model ... a pattern to show us how to pray ... we call it The Lord’s Prayer!
d- The Lord’s Prayer consists of 8 phrases ... each phrase addresses a different need that we have ... that we must deal with to have peace within us!
3- We are going to look at each of these phrases as we use the Lord’s Prayer not only as our guide for praying ... but as our guide for living.
a- Last week ... 1st phrase ... "Our Father in heaven"
(1) THE PRAYER TO BELONG ... that first phrase indicates we were made to belong to God’s family (the Church) ... "Our" ... to God as our Father ... "Father" ... to the future ... "in heaven."!
(2) We were made to belong ... to have relationships.
b- This week ... THE PRAYER OF RESPECT.
* ... Matt. 6:9-13 ... Matt. 6:9b "Hallowed be Your name."
-- U.S. Army ... first skill you learn as a soldier? ... How to walk or march ... Someone calls cadence . And you, along with your fellow soldiers, learn to march in step with each other.
-- There are several reasons why marching ... not firing a weapon or surviving in combat ... is the first skill a soldier learns!
-- One reason: It teac ...
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