Good morning, Calvary!

We are drawing towards the end of our series on The Lord’s Prayer. We hope that these messages have helped to deepen your understanding of prayer and its necessity to every part of a Christian’s life.

The first three petitions in this prayer taught by Jesus seek to align our will to God’s. The last three, finishing with “lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil,” seek our Heavenly Father’s provision and protection for us as we live for His service.

Temptation is a universal experience for we fallen, sin-loving human beings, but for those who serve God, Creator of the universe, there is hope: He promises help to resist and overcome temptation when we seek it (1 Cor 10:13). Praise God for His goodness and grace!

First Song: Before the Throne of God Above


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Scripture readings

Job 1:1-22
James 1:12-27
Matthew 6:13

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Second Song: Rejoice, the Lord is King

Closing thought

Lean on God, rest in God, when there seems to be no way out. When things are bad, taste and see that He is good.

—David Mathis

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