We are in a short series to finish out our summer, talking about something that is indispensable when it comes to living out a life of faith in Jesus, even sharing that faith, and to successfully get on the world. It certainly can be quite misunderstood and seen as peripheral and therefore easily neglected. I’m referring to prayer, and we want to specifically deal with why we pray; the point being quite foundational, something to build on. Today we’ll look at the place where prayer has its greatest impact and that is in seeing God’s Kingdom come.
We are starting a short series to finish out the summer. This is something that is indispensable when it comes to living out a life of faith in Jesus. Today we specifically deal with why we pray. We start with the simple understanding that prayer is a relationship with God.
This summer our trek took us through a series of books in the N.T. starting with the secomd letter of Peter and now into our last leter by JUde or Judah. So I hope you've been reading along with us as these have been such womderful book to study.
We are continuing our "Trek Through the Bible" in the book of 3 John.
We have been focusing on the compleated letters of John and Peter.We are now in the second letter that John wrote to his belivers. I hope your reading a long, it's not to late to catch up. Today John adresses how we are to walk in truth and love.