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17, For we are not like so many, who peddle the word of God for profit; but we are speaking in Christ before God as persons of sincerity, as persons sent from God. 2 Corinthians 2

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Teach Us To Pray Today Jun 11, 2014 1 Comment

WHEN YOU PRAY – If the disciples think they know how to pray, then they wouldn’t ask. They knew their need of prayer. They knew they did not know how to pray and they knew who to ask. “Lord, teach us TO pray.” Do we know how to pray? Can we admit we don’t know how? Who can we ask? Where can we seek and find? “When you pray say . . .” Are we confident that when we pray as Jesus taught? How do you feel about prayer requests? What do you think when you ask someone to pray? Are you as sure, honestly, when someone asks you to pray? When I obey and do my duty to pray and when I express my attitude of Love to “The Father” by my action of praying as He asks me to; my prayer is more than emotional or inspirational feeling, but a faithful action of a child of “Our Father”, being open and obedient, saying what we think and feel is important to the possessions and inheritance the Father has given to the one praying in “OUR” behalf. The priests possessions may include entire Nations, kings, governments, authorities, organizations, schools; or may include individuals named as “Our” family, friends, missionaries and fellowship of believers and their events; knowing that a faithful hand of our Father will take and sift them, keeping that which honors Himself. (Jesus prays for us with the Holy Spirit making intercession) We don’t know how to pray as we ought. We can’t know everything about everyone. Prayer begins at the house of God – YOU! “As stewards, it is more that a man be found faithful” even when we don’t feel like it. “Nevertheless”, we will continue (until?) in behalf or “Our” spouse, our family, our relatives, our friends, our church, our schools, our official authorities who rule over us in our cities, state and country, and also our enemies. If we can’t pray for them, who will? Jesus! “He who ever lives to make intercession for them.” (Heb.7:25) Jesus witness to us, “The witness of Christ is far better.” Jesus teaches us to pray saying, “OUR FATHER”. His cliam to Sonship is witness enough for “Our” approval of adoption as Sons-of-God. Intellectual assent is not enough to know that God is “Our Father”. What is Jesus’ is also ours who share the same inheritance. A return to our true identity is a renewal of the image of God. Our Father created in us and is in the process of “BE”ing conformed into the image of His Son.” Redeeming Love! “Both the one who makes men Holy and those who are made Holy are of the same family. So Jesus is not ashamed to call them brothers.” (Heb.2:11) “I know you by name.” Personally “OUR”! (YES! I do believe) “TEACH US TO PRAY” (Luke 11:1) Sometimes we would rather not. Our eyelids get heavy. We are not prepared to be in your presence. Like you asked your disciples, “What could you not watch with me one hour?” Lord Jesus teach us (how) To Pray. (Matthew 6:5-13) We are welcomed in your presence. Here we watch and wait. Jesus, what is your Word to us you want to share in our inner most thoughts with you today? (Mk.14:31-39) Jesus calls His followers, having compassion on the multitude because they have nothing to eat. (“Give us this day our daily bread.”) “You give them lest they faint in the way.” “You have seven loaves and a few fish.” “Have them to sit down.” Receive blessed broken bread from Jesus. Yes Lord we are hungry for your Word of life. Father, we are thankful to be here today to receive even the left over scraps from your table. We are grateful to share with others. Like Paul’s instruction to Timothy (II Tim.2:2) “The things we have seen and heard, we will pass on to others who are able to pass along to others also.” We count the vast multitudes, how vast you domain. You said, “Greater works shall you do.”