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How Should I Pray?


For most of us, it's a huge challenge. Even though they spent most of their time every day with Jesus, they still asked him, "Lord, teach us to pray" (Luke 11:1).

Prayer is the gateway to the Supreme Creator of the Universe. It can be terrifying and liberating at the same time, when we realise the enormity of it. Prayer is, though, at the heart of transforming us from being troubled people without life to becoming the true children of God given his power to live joyfully and victoriously in our lives. Through prayer, God helps us when we are weak, strengthens us for each day, leads us, helps us to see the right and through prayer we are even able to influence God Himself.

Real prayer is not for hypocrites (performers) nor for the faint of heart, but for those who can come boldly, courageously before God.

Today as much as ever, prayer is incredibly misunderstood and mistaken in its intent and nature. There are all kinds of scams, barriers, false messages and pathways that hurt and will hurt and destroy the relationship you can directly have with God.

That's why prayer forms such a central (literally and literarily) part of the Sermon on the Mount.

This week and coming weeks, we are continuing with our services teaching from Jesus' Sermon. We'll take apart the realities and learn from Biblical examples of prayer, to see how they apply to your life and your walk with God.

Join us and transform your prayer life - not into a show, but into heartfelt presence and communication with your true Father - in heaven - who is knocking on your door, asking you to be with Him.

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