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Prayer by Numbers

Prayer is such an important part of the Christian life, but the statistics around it are scary. Overwhelmingly, it's either ignored or it's something we turn to only when we're out of options. But prayer is supposed to be a barometre; the healthier your prayer life is, the healthier you are. So beginning with a foundation, togehter we can ecome a body of prayer. 

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  • Prayer By Numbers (Part 5) - Prayer Sanc...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on November 4, 2013 at 6:19 PM
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    Guest Preacher Devon Pattemore brought the fifth part of our fall series, Prayer by Numbers on October 27th, 2013. with a message about how prayer sanctifies the church called "Our Lord's Prayer" For more information on the churches she serves, check out

  • Prayer By Numbers (Part 4) - Prayer Revi...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on October 24, 2013 at 2:37 PM
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    We've been building something together. For the last three weeks we've heard Jesus help us assemble a skeleton. Now we're going to start putting some meat on the bones. If the Lord's Prayer is the answer to how should we pray, these three examples from the life of Jesus answer the question: when should we pray? Preached at Trinity, Grenfell on October 20th

  • Prayer By Numbers (Part 3) - Thine Be .....
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on October 14, 2013 at 4:20 PM
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    The Doxology that gets tacked onto the Lord's Prayer isn't Scripture, but it is ancient. Praying "Thine be..." is a powerful declaration about how we believe the world ought to be, and what we plan on doing about it. Preached at Trinity, Grenfell on 13 October, 2013

  • Prayer By Numbers (Part 2) Give Us ...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on October 8, 2013 at 1:16 PM
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    We tend to think about Prayer as something that I bring to God, but in this second part of our look at the Lord's Prayer, we see that's not really the case at all. In fact, the prayer that Jesus taught his disciples is, overwhelmingly, a community prayer. So, what does it mean to pray "Give US OUR daily bread"; "Forgive US OUR debts as WE forgive OUR debtors"; and "Lead US not into temptation, but deliver US from Evil"?

    Preached at Trinity, Grenfell on October 6th, 2013

  • Prayer By Numbers (Part 1) Our Father
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on October 1, 2013 at 11:17 AM
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    Calling it the Lord's Prayer is like calling the Timbit Tim Horton's legacy. The prayer that Jesus taught his disciples isn't about a ritual recitation: it's about a careful and thoughtful examination of how we approach God. In the first part of three three-week mini series', we look at the opening section of the "Our Father" and see the balance and the challenge in praying the way Jesus taught us. Based on Matthew 6:9, this message was preached at Trinity, Grenfell on 29 September, 2013

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