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Prayer: Living the Connect – The Three Last Prayers of Jesus (and how YOU are involved) Easter Sunday 2013 Text: John 17:20-23; Matthew 26:36-44; Luke 23:32-43; John 10:10 Key Thought: Joining in the death and new life of Jesus brings morality, community and meaning to our lives. I pray that they will all be one, just as you and I are one—as you are in me, Father, and I am in you. And may they be in us so that the world will believe you sent me. John 17, NLT
Ever wonder why it seems like God doesn't answer your prayers? this week we talked about one possible reason.
Paul threatens the church at Corinth with church discipline while praying for their faith, restoration, and integrity before God.
Mothers Day, Mothers, Chivalry, Understanding, Reciprocal, Prayers, Hindered,
Rebuilding the temple was important to the Jews so that they could have worship that was well crafted and moved through the different elements.
Introduction 1) Stand up 2) Step out 3) Take action Conclusion
The Lord's Prayer is a tool that helps us be, on the sea of human tendencies, anchored to God's priorities.
As members of Suwanee First, we take a vow to support the church with our prayers, presence, gifts, and service. For three weeks, we are going to look at the importance of each of these vows. This week we close by looking at service. How we serve shows our commitment to Christ and His mission. When we prayer, support, and give to our church, our service demonstrates our trust in God.