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Sermons on Prayer

Below you’ll find a library of Prayer sermons. All of the sermons on represent some of the best preaching in the world today. We pray you’ll find these to be a helpful resource in your own preaching and teaching.
  • Michael Milton
    (January 2008)
    The Lord’s Prayer can be rote, or it can become a divine force unleashing God’s glorious blessing. How is “Thy kingdom come” a prayer that literally changes the world? Pray then like this: “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come…” (Matt. 6:9-10).
  • Gary Yates
    (July 2006)
    Whenever you are learning a skill, it always helps to have a good model to follow.
  • Gary Robinson
    (January 2006)
    Ephesians 6:19-20 The preaching life is a life of temptations and dangers, not the least of which is the temptation to think you’re more important than you really are. None of us is irreplaceable. It’s the message that’s essential, not the messenger. As long as the preacher re
  • Gary E. Yates
    (July 2005)
    Chaplain Max Helton prayed with Dale Earnhardt just prior to the 2001 Daytona 500. Earnhardt said, "Pray that I'll be able to drive with wisdom.” In that very race, Earnhardt lost his life in a final lap crash.
  • Ernest V. Liddle
    (July 2005)
    The epitaph of Elijah is recorded by James, when he pens, "the prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective."
  • John A. Huffman, Jr.
    (January 2005)
    1 Timothy 2:1 First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for everyone. We have just completed our "24-Hour Prayer Vigil." And now we are participating in our three services of worship, including the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. How app
  • Marvin A. McMickle
    (September 2004)
    Matthew 6:5-13 There may be no more familiar prayer in the entire world than the Lord's Prayer. It does not seem to matter where you go in the world; if you were to invite people to repeat those words with you the vast majority of people could say them.
  • Philip A. Gunther
    (July 2004)
    God knows the ultimate outcome of our prayer requests, we don't.
  • Donald Charles Lacy
    (May 2004)
    Acts 4:31 Prayer is a sacred covenant. We usually associate it with solemnity and holy words. Of course, there are humorous situations which come with it.
  • James Emery White
    (September 2003)
    The Silence of God Psalm 22:1-2 My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? Why are you so far from saving me, so far from the words of my groaning? O my God, I cry out by day, but you do not answer. Few Christians have chronicled their stru
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