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The Prayers of Jesus for His People

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Scripture: Romans 5:9-11
Topics: Doctrine of the Covenants, Doctrine of the Son, Prayer, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Jesus, our high priest, is presently praying for for all his people. And there is not a single prayer from Jesus that will ever go unanswered.

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Pray For Your Pastor

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 2:9-15
Topics: Elders, Prayer, Prayer, Faith & Hope, Prayer, Prayer, Prayer, Spiritual Warfare, Study, Prayer, Submission to Authority, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Protestant Christianity has differed from Roman Catholicism in several ways. One of those ways is its esteeming of the “priesthood of all believers.” However, although the leaders of a church do not posses any special claim to revelation from God, the Scripture still demands that the members of a church show their leaders honor. (Hebrews 13:17-18)

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Praying for Those In Authority

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 2:1-8
Topics: Prayer, Prayer, Faith & Hope, Prayer, Prayer, Prayer, Spiritual Warfare, Study, Prayer, Submission to Authority, Prayer, Submission to Authority, Contributor: Zack Gilman

Scripture commands Christians to pray for all kinds of people, especially those in position of power and authority. This should be done so that the Church might be able to worship God freely and spread his gospel without hindrance.

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The Necessity of Prayer

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 2:1-8
Topics: Elders, Corporate Prayer, Prayer, Prayer, Faith & Hope, Prayer, Prayer, Prayer, Spiritual Warfare, Study, Prayer, Submission to Authority, Prayer, Submission to Authority, Prayer, Prayer, Contributor: Zack Gilman

This week Pastor Zack Gilman teaches on 1 Timothy 2:1-8. His focus was on the absolute necessity for prayer. In this sermon he helped us to see that our God is a God who graciously saves all kinds of people, whether it be those in positions of influence and authority or those who are of lowly estate. And because our …