Great Sermon! Truly a wonderful God-centered sermon, a necessary reminder.
Outstanding! Rminds us to focus on God's glory first of ll.
Prayer Warrior (3/9/2015)
from Before the Face of God
Great Sermon! When we pray according to what we know is God's will, we will be broken over our sin(s) and the sins of others. Especially, those who are proud of sinful behavior; boasting without shame; but not without impunity. For God is still "keeping mercy for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, and that will by no means clear the guilty;" (Exod. 34:7). They know not what they do. So we should pray that the light of the glorious gospel will shine into their darkened hearts. After all, all men were created in the image of God, and were created for His glory. However, God will be glorified no matter what. We should pray that he delivers us from stubbornness of heart and laziness and cause us to seek His will for all men, in prayer.
The goodness of God leads us to repentance. He
Excellen! How often we neglect to follow God's directive for prayer. This will change the way we pray!
Cecil and Denise (1/28/2015)
Great Sermon! Great sermon! Your sermon series on how to pray (as well as how not to pray) has been a huge blessing to us. Your teachings will help us greatly in our prayer lives, both together and individually.
Marcus Weddle (1/27/2015)
from Litchfield, New Hampshire
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David McClelland presently pastors the Grace Free Presbyterian Church in Litchfield, New Hampshire. He is married and has three children. After completing his formal education in Northern Ireland and Toronto, Canada under the Free Presbyterian Church, he ministered for one...