Psalm 122 teaches us to see our faith as a pilgrimage - a remembrance of what we leave behind, a hope for where we're going, and the promise of who we're becoming along the way.
We inhabit a world that is at war for our souls. Jesus closes the Lord's Prayer with a cry for deliverance in a word filled with evil. So how do we understand prayer and spiritual warfare in a healthy way? How can we confront evil and be equipped to walk in the power...
God forgives us not begrudgingly, but joyfully - bearing the cost and canceling the debt of our sin. Forgiving others is often a difficult task, but when we mine the debts the forgiveness we've been given in Jesus, a new way forward is possible. (Matthew 6:9-13)
"Give us this day our daily bread" rewires our spiritual imagination - out of scarcity and into the abundance of God.
To pray "your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven" is to pray at the intersection of our ache for change... and our confidence in the power and presence of God to bring it. (Matthew 6:9-13)
Pastor Josh Brown of Remnant Community Church joins us. Listen in (Colossians 1:27)
The first request of the Lord's Prayer asks that God's name - His reputation and character - be known in and among us. But what does it mean to be holy... and what is holiness even for? (Matthew 6:9-13)
Jesus begins the Lord's Prayer by teaching us to know and approach God as "Our Father," a reality that transforms the way we see and speak to God. (Matthew 6:9-13)
As we begin our journey through the Lord's Prayer, we start with Jesus' teaching on why we pray in first place: to be present to the God who is already present to us. (Matthew 6:5-8)
What unites us as a Church? We need a shared set of rhythms that restore us and propel us forward together. (Acts 2:42-47)