“This, then, is how you should pray:
Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be your name…”
We are only one person in about seven billion people in the world, and so we wonder how it is possible God hears all our prayers. Does what we want to pray about have to be of vital importance to us or can it be of mediocre or even of less importance? Does God prioritize in who He answers and what He answers? This week, Charles Price gives an in depth exposition on the Lord’s Prayer, which brings together a series of relationships that are part and parcel of the Christian life. And within these relationships, we find the answers.
Charles is my favourite TV preacher with his “practical, relevant” sermons (and which we can choose to apply in our own lives).
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