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CFOR 101 (Fa '16) T08 - Enjoy the Gift of Having God's Ear

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Transcript of CFOR 101 (Fa '16) T08 - Enjoy the Gift of Having God's Ear

Part 2: Have His Ear (Prayer)
Enjoy the Gift of Having God's Ear (ch. 7)
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God's Regular Channels of Grace
- his voice (God' word)
- his ear (prayer)
- his body (fellowship of believers)
A Conversation We Didn’t Start
What is prayer?
How is prayer like a conversation between two friends?
talking to God
- it is relational and personal
How is prayer unlike a conversation between two friends?
- we don't chat as peers
"Prayer is a conversation we didn’t start." (David Mathis)
God's voice
The Great Purpose of Prayer
Explain why “getting God” is “the great purpose of prayer.”
"Prayer is first and foremost an orientation of life, rather than the particular practices and patterns." (David Mathis)
The Persistent Widow
(Luke 18:1-8)
Group A: a) Is the widow's situation similar or dissimilar to the
situation of believers in their relationship to God?
b) What can we learn from this parable about prayer?
Group B: a) Is the character of the judge similar or dissimilar
to God?
b) What can we learn from this parable about prayer?
Please answer the questions of the
Prayer Survey
at our main class page of CFOR 101
Our prayers originate from his fullness (not our emptiness)
Draw a microphone and an ear. Add lines, symbols, and/or words to illustrate the relationship between “hearing God’s voice” and “having his ear.”
God's ear
Luke 18:1-8 - A Study in Contrasts
- vv. 7-8 (key for interpreting)
- a study in opposites
- we are not abandoned; we are God's adopted sons and
daughters; we matter to him
The Father loves to hear your voice.
- our God and Father is righteous and just, holy and tender,
responsive and sympathetic
God loves to give and bless his children.
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