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In these parts of the Lord's prayer, Jesus invites us to pray for the coming of God's kingdom. God's kingdom was the key concern of Jesus' life, ministry, death and resurrection. Jesus invites us also to be part of the answer to the prayer, ' Your will be done on earth as in heaven.' This sermon explores the theme of God's kingdom and the question of what is NOT God's will, and what IS God's will? It was preached on Sunday 20th March 2011 at St John's Southgate. You can use this sermon with the bible study found at this link.

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of his own prayer, but also a gift of relationship with God as our loving heavenly Father. This sermon series explores the Lord's prayer in more depth, inviting us to plumb its riches and encouraging us to join Jesus in praying. Part 1 examines the invocation and first petition: from 'Father', the first word in prayer, to 'hallowed be your name.' It was preached on Sunday 13th March 2011 at St John's Southgate. You can use this sermon with the bible study found at this link.

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On the mountain of Transfiguration, we hear the voice of the Father. What mysteries of the universe will God reveal as he speaks? Instead of profound mysteries of the Universe, God shows us the true identity of his Son, Jesus. Jesus' identity as Son of God and his approval as beloved, well-pleasing are prior to his activity. So in our lives, Jesus gives us the gift of identity and approval which underpin all our activity.

This sermon was preached on Sunday 6th March at St John's Southgate Lutheran Church. It can be used in conjunction with the small group bible study that can be found at this link.

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