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Prayer—The Great Adventure

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Prayer—The Great Adventure

By Turning Point

This series includes full-length audio messages from Dr. Jeremiah—more than what airs on radio. You can access these messages—and thousands of others—ANYTIME, on any device, with a subscription to TurningPoint+.

When the disciples of Christ asked the Lord to teach them how to pray, He instead gave them a model for prayer.


This short prayer, which is known as "The Lord's Prayer," teaches us how to pray effectively. Prayer - The Great Adventure will explore the pattern of prayer Jesus gave to His disciples and examine how we can follow that pattern and put it into practice in our lives. As you study “The Lord’s Prayer” in Matthew 6 and begin to implement the teaching of our Lord in your own life, you’ll find that you know God better, and you will become more thankful for what He has done. You will see God’s power at work in your life as you learn as never before what a remarkable God we serve.

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Prayer, Pagans and Pretenders

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If God were going to teach human beings how to talk to Him, what would His lesson consist of? Fortunately, we have been given a word-for-word pattern for how to have a personal conversation with God. The Son of God himself explains how to talk to His (and our) Heavenly Father. Covers Matthew 6:5-13. From the series Prayer—The Great Adventure.

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The Relationship of Prayer

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Everyone has a father, and many people are fathers. Depending on our experience, this level of familiarity with fatherhood can either help or hinder our understanding of God as Father. In this lesson, we will learn what the Bible says about the Fatherhood of God. Covers Matthew 6:9. From the series Prayer—The Great Adventure.

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Hallowed be Thy Name

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Hallow is an Old English word that appeared in the King James Version of the Bible (1611). Most modern translations have retained it because of its reverential sound as well as its meaning. Discover why "hallowing" God's name is the first step in prayer. Covers Matthew 6:9. From the series Prayer—The Great Adventure.

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Praying Our Priorities

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Read the newspaper and watch the evening news. Does it look like God's kingdom and His will are being carried out on earth? Someday they will be - completely. Until then, God's reign and His rule can be manifested through our lives individually. Covers Matthew 6:10. From the series Prayer—The Great Adventure.

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The Prayer for Provision

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In a culture filled with modern conveniences, a broken refrigerator can do more to disrupt our lives than a missed prayer time. While we normally have plenty of food on hand, there are still four good reasons to maintain the discipline of praying for "daily bread." Covers Matthew 6:11. From the series Prayer—The Great Adventure.

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Prayer and Personal Relationships

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Why does Jesus teach His disciples to ask for forgiveness from God as they forgive those who have wronged them? Is it necessary to forgive others in order to be forgiven by God? This critical part of the Lord's Prayer is foundational to successful Christian living. Covers Matthew 6:12. From the series Prayer—The Great Adventure.

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Prayer and Protection - Part 1

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While God tempts no one, sometimes He may lead us into trials that test our faith and that can lead us to our being tempted. Though trials can make us stronger, when we understand the nature of temptation, we discover why we should pray that God would keep us from them. Covers Matthew 6:13. From the series Prayer—The Great Adventure.

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Prayer and Protection - Part 2

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Everyone gets the urge to run away to a deserted island and escape the evil in the world. Unfortunately, that's not a workable solution - evil is everywhere. A better idea is to ask God in prayer to deliver us from the world's evil and the Evil One who is behind it all. Covers Matthew 6:13. From the series Prayer—The Great Adventure.

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The Doxology of Prayer

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Making our requests known to God is part of the purpose of prayer. But if, after presenting our needs to Him, we still are lacking His peace, we may need to remind ourselves of His greatness. Closing our prayers with words of praise keep our focus on Him. Covers Matthew 6:13. From the series Prayer—The Great Adventure.

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Intersections of Prayer

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It's one thing to be told to do something; it's even more helpful to be shown how to do it. But the best way to learn anything is by practicing it ourselves. The best way to learn to pray as Jesus taught is to start praying today - using the pattern of the Lord's Prayer. Covers Matthew 6:5-13. From the series Prayer—The Great Adventure.

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