Sermon Series Archive Our FATHER

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Fall 2011 sermon series through he Lord’s Prayer.

AmenAmen

Oct 30, 2011 with speaker: in series:

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For the final week of this series, “Our FATHER,” Pastor Josh Scott shows us why this final statement is so crucial to the Lord’s Prayer. This last sentence seems to sum up the entire prayer. Josh shows us how we are taught to live in God’s Kingdom, through His power, and for His glory. And the final word, Amen, is a word of affirmation. A way of saying “let it be so” in our lives. We must change certain aspects of our hearts and lives to be able to say a definitive “Amen” as we finish this prayer?

TemptationTemptation

Oct 23, 2011 with speaker: in series:

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We are all tempted on a regular basis. There’s not a person alive who does not experience temptation. So why, then, does Jesus teach us to pray “lead us not into temptation?” Does God lead us to be tempted? For this week of the “Our FATHER” series, Pastor Josh Scott teaches us that we are also taught to pray “deliver us from Evil.” Even Jesus was tempted, but He give us the example of finding the way out, much like 1 Corinthians 10:13 tells us. We may not be able to totally avoid temptation, but we can search for the tools to help us fight it.

ForgiveForgive

Oct 16, 2011 with speaker: in series:

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Forgiveness is something that we all are looking for. It’s one of our favorite parts of having a relationship with Christ. But, for this week of our series “Our FATHER”, Pastor Josh Scott explains how we need need to receive forgiveness, just as much as we need to give it. We learn how debt are more about our shortcomings, and trespasses are more about us going too far. We must let go of our own anger and bitterness in order to receive the forgiveness that we so desperately seek for ourselves.

DailyDaily

Oct 9, 2011 with speaker: in series:

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We naturally tend to think about the future. We plan for retirement, we decide what we’ll have for dinner this week. We set our alarms to decide when the following day will begin. As we continue in our current series, “Our FATHER,” Pastor Josh Scott points out that Jesus tells us to pray for our DAILY bread. He tells us to we must pray for OUR daily bread, reminding us that there are others in the world who also need their daily bread as well, and it’s our responsibility to help that kingdom come to Earth.

KingdomKingdom

Oct 2, 2011 with speaker: in series:

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In week 4 of our series “Our Father,” Pastor Josh Scott illustrates what it means for the kingdom and will of God to be done here on earth as it is in heaven while also answering the questions: What is God’s kingdom and will? How does God’s kingdom come? And What is God’s kingdom like?

HallowedHallowed

Sep 25, 2011 with speaker: in series:

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We generally only talk about something as “Hallowed” around October 31st. The term means holy, or set apart, and Jesus reminds us that the very name of God is sacred. During the 3rd week of the series, Pastor Josh Scott explains how the name of God means more than the word that we use for Him. It embodies his character; it is who He is in every way. So the very nature of God is holy, and we must keep that in mind through both our words, and our actions.

FatherFather

Sep 18, 2011 with speaker: in series:

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Why does Jesus choose to begin his prayer with “Our Father” when he teaches us to pray? Pastor Josh Scott suggests that to call God “Father” is begin to see our relationship with him in the same way that Jesus experienced it. For the second week of our series through the Lord’s Prayer, we discover that this relationship is intimate and loving, and that beginning with that mindset is crucial to learning how to pray.

Pray, then, in this wayPray, then, in this way

Sep 11, 2011 with speaker: in series:

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To introduce our new series, “Our FATHER,” we are reminded of how Jesus tells us NOT to pray. Pastor, Josh Scott, shares how when we try to make our prayers more eloquent, or in front of others, we may be missing the point. Jesus shows us a very simple prayer that is our model for communication with God. Jesus invites us to a life of prayer that is intimate, private and simple enough for everyone.

Our FATHER videoOur FATHER video

Sep 7, 2011 with speaker: in series: ,

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Promotional Video for the fall series “Our FATHER” at Morgantown Community Church. Learning through the “Lord’s Prayer” how should pray.

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