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Investigate Luke throughout Lent

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The multitude prays as Zachariah serves at the altar (1:10). Mary prays at the news that she will give birth to the Messiah (1:46-55) ... His transfiguration (9:29) ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Investigate Luke throughout Lent


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Investigate Luke throughout Lent
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The Lords Prayer Luke 11 113 I) The
Importance of Prayer
  • The multitude prays as Zachariah serves at the
    altar (110).
  • Mary prays at the news that she will give birth
    to the Messiah (146-55).
  • Jesus prays at His baptism (321),
  • When He chooses His disciples (612),
  • He is at prayer when Peter's confesses that he is
    the Christ of God (918)

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The Lords Prayer Luke 11 113 I) The
Importance of Prayer
  • His transfiguration (929).
  • In the solitude of prayer Jesus takes the first
    steps of ministry (516)
  • Falls to His knees on the Mount of Olives
    (2239-46).
  • He gives His final breath back to God in prayer,
    "Father, into your hands I commend My spirit"
    (2346).

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The Lords Prayer Luke 11 113 II) The
Substance of Prayer
Jesus often withdrew to lonely places and prayed.
Luke 516
"Lord, teach us to pray Luke 111
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The Lords Prayer Luke 11 113 II) The
Substance of Prayer
Father, hallowed be your name Luke 111
and our services will be next Sunday at 11am as
usual
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The Lords Prayer Luke 11 113 III) The
Practice of Prayer
  • "So I say to you Ask and it will be given to
    you seek and you will find knock and the door
    will be opened to you. For everyone who asks
    receives he who seeks finds and to him who
    knocks, the door will be opened. Luke 119-10
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