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    Message: “The Unforgiving Servant” from Pastor Micah Miller

    Pastor Micah Miller - March 10, 2019

    God’s Will and the Kingdom

    Thy Will Be Done

    Jesus tells us to pray the Lord’s Prayer often. But do you often wonder, ‘What is God’s will for me?’ Sometimes we find that we are caught-up between jobs, our schedules seem like never-ending challenges to manage, and the pressures of life can beat us down. We pray for God’s Kingdom to come and His will to be done, as we remember Jesus’ past activity with thanksgiving, we long for Jesus’ future activity with hope, and we look for Jesus’ present activity with expectation. New Testament Reading: Matthew 6:5-15

    From Series: "Thy Will Be Done"

    “Not as I will, but as you will,” Jesus prayed to his Father the night before he went to the cross for our salvation. And that is our prayer as well this Lent as we seek to do God’s will in our lives, as we draw near to the observance of Christ’s suffering, death and resurrection during Holy Week. Please join us each Sunday and Wednesday Service throughout Lent with each service in the series focusing on a different aspect of God’s will at work among us. Biblical characters will be used as insightful reference points each week to guide us in following our Lord more nearly day by day. The series will be complimented by a daily prayer booklet that coincides with the services and prayers.

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    Message: “The Unforgiving Servant” from Pastor Micah Miller

    Pastor Micah Miller - March 10, 2019

    God’s Will and the Kingdom

    Thy Will Be Done

    Jesus tells us to pray the Lord’s Prayer often. But do you often wonder, ‘What is God’s will for me?’ Sometimes we find that we are caught-up between jobs, our schedules seem like never-ending challenges to manage, and the pressures of life can beat us down. We pray for God’s Kingdom to come and His will to be done, as we remember Jesus’ past activity with thanksgiving, we long for Jesus’ future activity with hope, and we look for Jesus’ present activity with expectation. New Testament Reading: Matthew 6:5-15

    From Series: "Thy Will Be Done"

    “Not as I will, but as you will,” Jesus prayed to his Father the night before he went to the cross for our salvation. And that is our prayer as well this Lent as we seek to do God’s will in our lives, as we draw near to the observance of Christ’s suffering, death and resurrection during Holy Week. Please join us each Sunday and Wednesday Service throughout Lent with each service in the series focusing on a different aspect of God’s will at work among us. Biblical characters will be used as insightful reference points each week to guide us in following our Lord more nearly day by day. The series will be complimented by a daily prayer booklet that coincides with the services and prayers.

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