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Assurance for the Dazed, Confused and Defeated

As one popular 90s artist once sang, “Everybody hurts. Sometimes.” There is no denying that suffering is inescapable. The question is not, “Will we go through trials?” but “What will we do when suffering hits us?” In his first letter to a group of scattered Christians, the Apostle Peter shows his readers, and us by extension, how to emerge from the fires of life as pure gold instead of charred cinder.

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The Grace to Forgive

In Jesus’ instructions to his disciples concerning prayer, He reveals God the Father’s top three priorities: His name, kingdom, and will. Consequently, our primary emphases in prayer ought to be theocentric (God-centered) not man-centered. However, Jesus wants us to know in the second half of the Lord’s Prayer that it’s perfectly acceptable to pray for our needs as well. And our needs are much deeper than physical provisions.

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The Things We Need Most

Do we pray simply so we’ll be changed? Or should we expect our prayers to accomplish something? Eighteenth century theologian, Jonathan Edwards, called prayer the greatest activity for nourishing the new nature and causing the soul to prosper. Which is absolutely true. But prayer is not primarily an exercise in self-betterment. Prayer is the means by which God has determined to bless us. God gives us what we need in response to our prayers. So what, then, should we ask for?

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YOUR Name, YOUR Kingdom, YOUR Will

According to Christ, the prayers of His followers are going to need a major reorientation. The problem with the human heart is so deep, that we are able to turn even intimate moments of worship into self-serving attempts to gain the approval of men, or to manipulate God Himself to do our bidding. The solution that Jesus proposes is a reorientation away from self and a focusing on His Name, His Kingdom, and His Will.

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