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Persistent Prayer

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Scripture: Luke 18:1-8
Topics: Prayer, Contributor: Connor Hensley

This week, lay-elder Connor Hensley preached on Persistent Prayer in Luke 18:1-8.

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How To Pray Effectively

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Scripture: 1 John 5:14-17
Topics: Prayer, Prayer, Assurance of Salvation, Prayer, Contributor: Joel Webbon

This article is a part of an extended series of articles. If a particular statement seems to be lacking sufficient support or clarification, we encourage you to go back and read the previous articles, as well as commit to reading the following articles as they are published. Thank you for your patience. 14 And this is the confidence that we …

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The Dangers Of Minimizing Sin

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Scripture: Psalm 32
Topics: Prayer, Prayer, Assurance of Salvation, Prayer, Confession & Repentance, Guilt & Shame, Humility, Prayer, Wisdom & Discernment, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Many Christians, and even pastors, go to great lengths to conceal and minimize their sin. But a refusal to confess our sins produces only misery and heartache. It causes us to fall under the fatherly displeasure of God. Therefore, Christians should run to God quickly and fully.

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How To Pray In Times Of Trouble (Part 1)

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Scripture: Psalm 16
Topics: Doctrine of God, Doctrine of God, Prayer, Prayer, Assurance of Salvation, Prayer, Confession & Repentance, Guilt & Shame, Humility, Prayer, Wisdom & Discernment, Prayer, Anxiety, Faith & Hope, Prayer, Spiritual Warfare, Prayer, Contributor: Joel Webbon

This week, Pastor Joel preached Psalm 16. His focus was on how to effectively pray in times of trouble by utilizing praise to bolster our faith.

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Christ Shall Break The Wicked With A Rod Of Iron

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Scripture: Psalm 2
Topics: Corporate Prayer, Worship, Doctrine of God, Doctrine of God, Doctrine of Worship, Prayer, Prayer, Assurance of Salvation, Prayer, Confession & Repentance, Guilt & Shame, Humility, Prayer, Wisdom & Discernment, Prayer, Anxiety, Faith & Hope, Prayer, Spiritual Warfare, Prayer, Prayer, Contributor: Joel Webbon

This week, Pastor Joel preached Psalm 2. His focus was on the wicked’s desire for autonomous rule and Christ’s ultimate victory.

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The Number One Thing Destroying Your Prayer Life

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Topics: Prayer, Prayer, Assurance of Salvation, Prayer, Confession & Repentance, Guilt & Shame, Humility, Prayer, Wisdom & Discernment, Prayer, Anxiety, Faith & Hope, Prayer, Spiritual Warfare, Prayer, Prayer, Prayer, Humility, Prayer, Contributor: Joel Webbon

13 And they were bringing children to him that he might touch them, and the disciples rebuked them. 14 But when Jesus saw it, he was indignant and said to them, “Let the children come to me; do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God.15 Truly, I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom …

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Why Christians Rarely Pray

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Topics: Doctrine of God, Doctrine of God, Doctrine of Worship, Doctrine of God, Prayer, Prayer, Assurance of Salvation, Prayer, Confession & Repentance, Guilt & Shame, Humility, Prayer, Wisdom & Discernment, Prayer, Anxiety, Faith & Hope, Prayer, Spiritual Warfare, Prayer, Prayer, Prayer, Humility, Prayer, Humility, Prayer, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Often when a Christian has a correct view of the sovereignty of God there are two challenges that begin to emerge: evangelism and prayer. If God is truly sovereign in all things, then we struggle to see the reason for these two things. If prayer is merely a ‘think-tank’ session between us and God, but he is already omniscient (all-knowing), …