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April 07– 13, 2024

The Lord's Perfect Prayer

Topic: The Sermon on the Mount
Memory Text: Matthew 6:9-10
Project: Memory: Matthew 6:2

Key Points: Did Jesus prefer to pray alone or in public? (Mark 1:35).

Jesus refers to God as "Our Father" (Matthew 6:9). Is Jesus, identifying with us, ashamed to call us his siblings? (Hebrews 2:11).

How can you love someone you don't like? (Romans 5:5).

God's name is holy (Psalm 111:9), as His children we're called by His name (Jeremiah 14:9), and He calls us His ambassadors (2 Corinthians 5:20). As God's ambassadors, how should we conduct ourselves?

What does Matthew 6:10 say we should pray about His kingdom?

God is all-powerful, yet He doesn't force us to obey Him. When we pray His' will be done (Matthew 6:10), what should be our response? (Psalm 40:8).

Even Angels aren't forced to obey! “Obedience is to them no drudgery.

Love for God makes their service a joy” (Thoughts from the Mount of Blessing, page 109).