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Learning to Pray


    Passage: Luke 11:9

    Speaker: David Brown

    CALL TO WORSHIP  - based on Luke 11:9
    L: Lord, as we search now, let us find you.
    P: As we knock, open the door to us.
    L: Let us know you, that we may praise you;
    P: and love you, that we may serve you.
    L: The Lord is your light and your salvation.
    P: Even though everything around us is disturbing, yet God’s love is constant.
    Thanks be to God. AMEN.
    OPENING PRAYER                                                #412
    Prayer of John Chrysostom
    Almighty God,
    You have given us grace at this time with one accord
         to make our common supplications to You;
    And You have promised through your well-beloved Son
          that when two or three are gathered together in
          His name, You will be in the midst of them.
    Fulfill now, O Lord, our desires and petitions
        As may be best for us;
    Granting us in this world knowledge of Your truth,
       And in the age to come life everlasting. Amen.
    Learning to Pray
       Rev. David W. Brown
    Luke associate’s prayer with the most important moments of Jesus' life:
    - Jesus prays at his baptism (3.21),
    - After a day of working miracles (5.I6).
    - Before choosing the Twelve (6.I2).
    - Feeding of the 5000 (9.16)
    - Before Peter's confession Jesus prays alone (9.18)
    - Jesus on the Mount of the Transfiguration (9.28-29).
    - Jesus prays with gladness and thanksgiving after the mission of the seventy disciples (10.21-22).
    - The disciples ask him to teach them to pray (11.1).
    - Jesus prays in the Mount of Olives (22.39-46),
    - During his Crucifixion (23.34 & 46).
    Hymns this week:
    Kum Ba Yah, #494 
    Holy Ground,  #2272
    I Need Thee Every Hour, #397  
    This week:
    Liturgist at 8:20 – Greg Bailie 
    Liturgist at 9:40 – Hanlin Bavely 
    Special Music at 9:40 – Jeremy Williams