This is the final sermon in the series, Praying with Paul. We started on the first Sunday of January and […]
Text: Romans 15:30-33Sermon Series: Praying with Paul
With this sermon, we are almost to the end of the “Praying with Paul” series. There is one more sermon […]
Text: Romans 15:5-7Sermon Series: Praying with Paul
On the day when the war in Iraq broke out, Channel 5 in Chicago sent a news team to cover […]
Text: II Thessalonians 3:1-5Sermon Series: Praying with Paul
About six months ago I received a letter from Pat Williams, Executive Vice-President of the Orlando Magic (a pro basketball […]
Text: II Thessalonians 2:13-17Sermon Series: Praying with Paul
I would like to call your attention to verses 4-5 as we begin: “Therefore, among God’s churches we boast about […]
Text: II Thessalonians 1:11-12Sermon Series: Praying with Paul
“Prayer is not everything but everything is by prayer.” So said Ray Ortlund. All Christians would agree with that statement. […]
Text: I Thessalonians 3:10-13Sermon Series: Praying with Paul
Learning how to pray effectively is essential for spiritual growth. Based on the prayers of Paul, we can learn to pray boldly for the commitment of those on the front lines of spiritual conflict, for open doors of opportunity for evangelism, for courage despite difficult circumstances and persecution, and for clarity in presentation of the Gospel – especially encouraging pastors.
Text: Colossians 4:2-4Sermon Series: Praying with Paul
Life has meaning and is worth living when we pray for God’s will to fill our lives. Trusting God with control or our lives encourages us through hard times as we follow in faith. Our commitment to God’s will means we can live a life that that pleases Jesus and makes us part of His amazing agenda.
Text: Colossians 1:9-14Sermon Series: Praying with Paul
In this message I want to give you some very practical advice that could energize your prayer life. As we […]
Text: Philippians 1:9-11Sermon Series: Praying with Paul
Pray boldly for spiritual strength, teaches Paul. God is faithful and we can trust Him. He is more than able to do even more than we ask.. Through prayer, we are filled with the Holy Spirit and grow spiritually, understanding the height, breadth, length and depth of Christ’s love for us.
Text: Ephesians 3:14-21Sermon Series: Praying with Paul