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The Apostolic Prayers

The Apostolic Prayers

May 2011 - Sep 2011

Learning to pray is a life-long journey. Thankfully, Jesus not only taught us to pray, but modeled it before us. Additionally, the Holy Spirit inspired the writings of the apostles with many prayers that are not only helpful but powerful to engage us with the heartbeat of heaven. These teachings seek to dive into the heart of God concerning prayer and intercession, highlighting various patterns and strategies to grow us into mature prayer warriors. This collection was taught at the International House of Prayer University in Kansas City, MO.

Sermons in this series
Sun, Sep 25, 2011
Prayer is not a one-sided conversation, but rather a dialogue with the kindest being in the universe. This teaching focuses on what overflows from our heart once we connect with the wonder and majesty of Christ.
Mon, Sep 05, 2011
Continuing in the Apostolic Prayers of Paul in Ephesians, we turn to 3:16-19 to unpack God's heart and plan to fill His church with all the fulness of Himself. How does that even happen? Through all the saints getting rooted in the magnanimous love of God.
Wed, Aug 31, 2011
In the next session we turn to the book of Philippians and meditate upon Paul's prayer in verses 9-11. In order to understand Paul's phrase that "love may abound more and more in knowledge" we dive deeper into the age-old struggle to understand the knowledge of good and evil that dates back to the garden.
Tue, Aug 30, 2011
In the next passage, we look at Paul's next prayer in Colossians. His prayer is meant to provoke us to the high calling we have in God, and the way of the cross to produce the life of Christ in us. What are wilderness seasons and what is God's purpose in them? As we face our insecurities head on we see His power to fully qualify us and present us "fully pleasing" before Him.
Sun, Aug 28, 2011
We've now set the "tent-pegs" of the first four Apostolic Prayers, and now we can begin to look into what transformed lives compile - a transformed church! What's God's strategy for the great harvest through them?
Fri, Jul 22, 2011
The Corinthian church had some issues, and were often rebuked by Paul for excess in their "love-feasts" and over-abuse of spiritual gifts. Even so, Paul prayed that they would "come short in no gift" and fully express the life that God had deposited in them. In this, we see a picture of God's heart for His last-days church who will walk in "greater works than these."
Thu, Jun 30, 2011
Looking at Ezra 9 and Daniel 9, we get a window into the heart of an intercessor - that which humbly stands in the gap and cries out for mercy.
Wed, May 25, 2011
God loves to take ashes and turn them into beauty, and from the ashes of this fallen world He will make all things new! A look into the account of a prayer meeting in the Acts church and the boldness that it spawned to preach His beautiful justice to come.
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