October 31, 2010 – Morning Worship
Monday – Matthew 6:9-13 (esp. vs. 13); Isaiah 53; Luke 15
What are we saying about ourselves and about our heavenly Father when we pray Matthew 6:13?
Tuesday – Matthew 6:12-13; Judges 10; Romans 7:7-25
Why do you think, after asking for forgiveness (vs. 12), we pray for protection from temptation and evil?
Wednesday – II Samuel 11; Jeremiah 17:9; Matthew 26:36-46, 69-75
We pray Matthew 6:13 because we know how weak we really are and what sins we can fall into. Is this true for you? Do you regularly pray this prayer?
Thursday – Joshua 1:1-9; Psalms 51:10-12; 119:9-11; Luke 22:31-34; John 15:1-11
Consider all these passages from God’s word. What do they teach us about the ways God helps us to avoid temptation?
Friday – I Samuel 17; II Corinthians 11:16-12:10
Paul said, “God’s power is made perfect in weakness” and “when I am weak, then I am strong.” What did that mean for Paul (and David) and what does it mean for you?
Saturday – Job 38-42; Matthew 6:25-34
When we pray Matthew 6:13, we are saying something about God’s attributes; that’s why we can pray like this. What are we saying? Why must we believe it? Do you believe it when you pray?