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  • Words of Grace – Practicing Praying Every Day

    One morning this week, the text messages and emails started coming in early. One message was from a woman struggling both physically and emotionally. Another message was from a family on vacation who met a man I know. This man lost his wife earlier this year and is grieving her...

  • Words of Grace – Praying for the Kingdom of God

    Why are “momma” and “more” among the first words a child learns? The mother has fed the child. The taste of something good, from a loving mother, stirs the request for more. King David exhorted himself, and all the faithful who would read his words, to taste and see that...

  • Words of Grace – Praying from the Bible

    Just as God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit are involved in our salvation, so is each person of the one living and true God involved in our praying. It is only as we read the Bible that we learn to pray with the Father, Son,...

  • Words of Grace- Through the Cross-Shaped Door

    “Let us with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need.” –Hebrews 4:16 There is a throne of grace where God resides and people come to pray. The doorway into this throne room is shaped like...

  • Words of Grace- God Is the Foundation of Our Praying

    In Praying, J.I. Packer wrote, “True praying is an activity built on a theology.”¹ What is this theology upon which our praying rests?  What is it about God that makes praying possible, effectual, and joyful? God is one being in three persons.  We call this the Trinity. God is Father,...

  • Words of Grace – Our Summer Prayers

    Summertime is often a time to disengage from the normal routines of life, work, and school. This summer, let’s re-engage in prayer together. Here are a few ways we can draw near to God in worship, fellowship, and the practice of asking him for our needs. 1. Set aside some...