This week we will be continuing our How To Talk To God series by looking at Jesus’ prayer in Matthew 6:5-15, often referred to as “The Lord’s Prayer.”

Here is a quote that I really loved from my study this week:

Prayer is one of life’s great mysteries. Most people pray at least sometimes; some people, in many very different religious traditions, pray a great deal. At its lowest, prayer is shouting into a void on the off-chance there may be someone out there listening. At its highest, prayer merges into love, as the presence of God becomes so real that we pass beyond words and into a sense of his reality, generosity, delight and grace. For most Christians, most of the time, it takes place somewhere in between those two extremes. To be frank, for many people it is not just a mystery but a puzzle. They know they ought to do it but they aren’t quite sure how.

-N.T. Wright, pgs. 57-58 of Matthew for Everyone


That teachers of the worldwide church would grow in dedication to God’s Word, even when no one is watching, and be empowered to teach with His wisdom. (Colossians 3:16-17)


You Have Won Me

Before The Throne of God Above

You Deserve It All

Good Good Father