Sermons on Prayer
Nothing is more vital to the joy of our souls than for us to learn how to listen to God through His Word and to talk with God in prayer. We must not yield to discouragement, doubt, or delay. Pray and keep on praying. God hears us!
Nothing is more vital to the joy of our souls than for us to learn how to listen to God through His Word and to talk with God in prayer.
Every church is still in process of becoming what it one day will be. Our Lord Jesus created her, gifts her, leads her, builds her, blesses her and will ultimately perfect her. And He has given spiritual leaders a sacred responsibility to stir up love in the church through shepherding God’s people.
While God’s sovereignty extends over all of creation, he still calls the church to participate in accomplishing those plans through prayer. In this message from Acts 12:1-19, Pastor Ritch teaches about Peter’s miraculous escape from prison and the call to earnest, corporate prayer that the early church demonstrated for believers today.
The Christian’s life is marked by prayer, but what exactly does that mean? In this message from Hebrews 4:11-16, Dr. Ritch Boerckel answers three important questions about prayer: what it is, what gives us confidence in it, and what continues to draw us back to it.