GCG Questions for Sermon on 07/07/13

  1. Why does Christ instruct us to pray for God’s honor before we pray for our needs and the needs of others? What effect does this have upon the heart of the believer?
  2. What sorts of practical things should we be praying for? Do you find yourself praying for the “big stuff”, the “small stuff”, or both? What is Christ’s instruction in this regard?
  3. How often do you pray? How often ought you to pray?
  4. What does prayer effect? Does it accomplish anything in time and space, or does it simply change the heart of the one praying? How do we reconcile the effectiveness of prayer with the biblical teaching concerning the sovereignty of God?
  5. Does God care more about our physical needs (daily bread) or our spiritual needs (forgive us, lead us, deliver us)?
  6. Have you memorized the Lord’s Prayer?
  7. When and where do you plan to spend time in daily prayer?
  8. How can your brothers and sisters in Christ pray for you?
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