“What Jesus Prays For” Sermon on July 28th

A sermon on The Lord’s Prayer based on Luke 11: 1-4

This was the ending “ditty” Kim read:

There’s work to do, deadlines to meet, you’ve got no time to spare. But as you hurry and scurry, ASAP: Always Say a Prayer. In the midst of family chaos, quality time is rare. Do your best; let God do the rest, ASAP: Always Say a Prayer. It may seem like your worries are more than you can bear. Slow down and take a breather, ASAP: Always Say a Prayer. God knows how stressful life is; God wants to ease our cares. And God will respond to all your needs, ASAP: Always Say a Prayer.