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About Prayer in the Gospel of Luke

Jackson Snyder Free Sermon ArcCenter

Quotes, Poems, Prayers

 

Jesus said to them,

"When you pray, say:

‘Father,

May your name be kept holy.
May your kingdom come.

Give us each day our bread;

Forgive us our sins,

As we ourselves forgive

All who owe us;

And lead us not into temptation.’”

(Luke 11:2-4)

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3:21    Jesus is baptized and removes himself from the crowd to pray

5:16    He withdraws to the wilderness to pray

6:12    He ascends the mountain to pray, and prays all night

6:28    He bids us pray for our abusers

9:18    He prays alone though in a crowd

9:28    He prays in small groups

10:2    He suggests we pray for the Father to send laborers

11:1    He prays in a certain place, and others ask him how

18:1    He suggests that prayer will keep one from losing heart

18:10  He suggests we ask the Father for mercy in the matter of sin

19:46  He calls the Father’s house a house of prayer

21:36  He suggests we pray for strength to withstand the evil day (the future)

21:36  and that we may stand up to the judgment of the Son of Man

22:32  He suggests we pray for those lacking faith and strength

22:40  and that we pray to avoid temptation and testing

22:41  He is kneeling in prayer

22:46  He calls for rising from sleep to pray

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Laid on thine altar, O my Lord divine, accept this gift today, for Jesus’ sake.

I have no jewels to adorn thy shrine, nor any world-famed sacrifice to make;

But here I bring, within my trembling hand, this will of mine – a thing that seemeth small;

And thou alone, O Lord, canst understand how, when I yield this thee, I yield mine all.

 

Hidden therein thy searching gaze canst see struggles of passions, visions of delight,

All that I have, or am, or fain would be – deep loves, fond hopes and longings infinite.

It hath been wet with tears, dimmed with sighs, clenched in my grasp till beauty hath it none.

Now, from thy footstool, where it vanquished lies, the prayer ascendeth – “May thy will be done!”

 

Take it, O Father, ere my courage fail; and merge it so in Thine own will that I

May never have a wish to take it back; when heart and courage fail, to thee I’ll fly.

So change, so purify, so like thine own, make thou my will so graced by love divine

I may not know or feel it as mine own, but recognize my will as one with Thine.

  --C.T. Russell

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An Ancient Prayer

   Lord have mercy, Christ have mercy, Lord have mercy

A Better Prayer (and more rhythmic)

   Yah-weh have mer-cy, Yah-shua-have mer-cy

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