11.12.02 the lord's prayer the conclusion-for thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever and ever


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11.12.02 the lord's prayer the conclusion-for thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever and ever

  1. 1. The Lord’s Prayer The Conclusion Memorization Verses:For Thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever and ever.Amen. This means that I should be certain that these petitions are pleasingto our Father in heaven, and are heard by Him; for He Himself hascommanded us to pray in this way and has promised to hear us. Amen,amen, which means "yes, yes, it shall be so."
  2. 2. LSB 383 4 Since all He comes to ransom, By all be He adored,1 A great and might wonder, The infant born in Bethlem,A full and holy cure: The Savior and the Lord. [Refrain]The virgin bears the infantWith virgin honor pure! 5 All idols then shall perish And Satans lying cease,Refrain: And Christ shall raise His scepter,Proclaim the Saviors birth: Decreeing endless peace. [Refrain]"To God on high be gloryAnd peace to all the earth!"2 The Word becomes incarnateAnd yet remains on high,And cherubim sing anthemsTo shepherds from the sky. [Refrain]3 While thus they sing your Monarch,Those bright angelic bandsRejoice, O vales and mountains,And oceans, clap your hands. [Refrain]
  3. 3. Genesis 18:16-33 Abraham intercedes for Sodom John 14: 20-23 love, obey, We (Father and Jesus) will make Psalm 62:1 my soul finds rest in God1 Samuel 3:4-10, 8:6-10 Samuel hears God‟s voice Our home with him Psalm 99 worship, thanksgiving1 Kings 19:11-12 presence of God as whisper John 15:7 if abide in me, ask what want Psalm 100 worship, thanksgiving2 Kings 17:36-39 Lord brought you from Egypt, worship, John 15:16 bear fruit and Father give you what ask Psalm 130:5 I wait patiently for Lordbow, obey John 16:24-27 ask, receive, joy full Proverbs 20:22 wait for Lord, He will deliver you1 Chronicles 4:10 prayer of Jabez Acts 1:15-26 disciples seeking God‟s will Isaiah 8:17 I will wait for Lord, will put my trust in Him2 Chronicles 7:14 if My people humble selves, I‟ll heal land Romans 8:14-17 adopted children of God our Father Isaiah 30:18 Lord longs to be gracious, blessed are all whoPsalm 2:8 ask Me for the nations 1 Corinthians 10:13 God provides way of escape from wait for HimPsalm 34:15-18 Lord hears cry of righteous, attentive to temptation Isaiah 40:30-31 those who hope (wait) in Lord renewcrushed 2 Corinthians 4:3-4 unbelievers blinded to gospel strengthPsalm 37:4-5 delight self in Lord, commit way to Him, He‟ll 2 Corinthians 10:4-5 demolish strongholds Isaiah 49:23 those who hope in Lord not disappointedgive desires 2 Corinthians 12:7-9 grace is sufficient Isaiah 64:4 no one has heard any other God who acts forPsalm 55:16,17 evening, noon, morning I cry in distress, Ephesians 3:20 do immeasurably above what ask or imagine those who wait for HimLord saves me Ephesians 6:18-20 pray for saints and for boldness Lamentations 3:22-26 His compassions never fail, wait forPsalm 56:9 cry to Lord, enemies turn back Philippians 4:4-8 pray, don‟t worry the LordPsalm 62:8 trust in Him, pour out hearts to Him, God is Colossians 2:15 Jesus triumphed over Satan by the cross Hosea 12:6 return to God, maintain love and justice, wait forrefuge 1 Peter 3:12 God hears righteous, but against evil doers GodPsalm 66:17-19 if sin in heart, Lord won‟t hear 1 Peter 5:6-9 humble yourself, He cares for you, devilPsalm 86 a great prayer of David to pray prowls, resist, firm in faith Prayers of MosesPsalm 145:18, 19 God is near all who call James 1:5-8 ask God for wisdom Exodus 33:11-18 teach me Your ways, I may know You, Conclusions?Proverbs 15:8 prayer of upright pleases God James 1:13-15 God does not tempt anyone don‟t send us withoutPresenceEcclesiastes 5:1-2 go near to listen to God James 4:2-3 you don‟t have because you don‟t ask, or have Deuteronomy 9:25-29 overlook stubbornness, sin they areIsaiah 65:24 before they call, I‟ll answer wrong motives Your peopleJeremiah 33:3 call to me and I‟ll tell you great things you James 4:7 submit to God, resist devildon‟t know James 5:16-18 effective prayer of righteous accomplishes Prayers of the Apostle PaulEzekiel 22:29-31 no one to stand in the gap much Ephesians 1:15-19a give you Spirit of wisdom andDaniel 10:1-14 Daniel persevered in prayer 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 be joyful, pray continually revelation, so know Him betterHosea 6:3 acknowledge (know) the Lord 1 Timothy 2:1-6 pray for those in authority so have peace, Ephesians 3:14-21 strengthen you, rooted in love, grasp howMatthew 6:6 pray to Father unseen, reward you openly wants all saved deep is Christ‟s love,Matthew 6:9-15 Lord‟s prayer, forgive and Father will Hebrews 2:18 Jesus can help because He was tempted able to do more than imagineforgive you Hebrews 4:15-16 come boldly to throne of grace Philippians 1:9-11 love abound more so able to discern best,Matthew 7:7-11 ask, seek, knock, Father gives good Hebrews 5:7 Jesus prayed with tears be blamelessMatthew 9:35-38 ask Lord to send harvesters for the lost Hebrews 11:6 without faith can‟t please God, believe He is Colossians 1:9-12 fill you with knowledge of His will, soMatthew 18:18-20 bind and loose, two or three gathered and rewards seekers please Him, strengthened,Matthew 18:21-35 forgive, unmerciful servant parable 1 John 3:21–24 prayers answered because do enduranceMatthew 21:18-22 fig tree, have faith commandments, love 1 Thessalonians 3:11-13 make love increase, overflow,Matthew 26:36-44 not My will but Yours 1 John 5:14-15 ask according to His will strengthen hearts so blamelessMark 11:22-26 withered fig tree, have faith, forgive Revelation 4:1-11 You are worthy to receive glory, honor, 1 Thessalonians 5:23-24 may God sanctify you, keptLuke 5:15, 16, 6:12 instances when Jesus prayed alone power blameless, God will do itLuke 11:1- 13 Lord‟s prayer, ask, seek, knock, asking 2 Thessalonians 2:16-17 He gave us eternal encouragement,neighbor for bread, persevere Waiting on God hope, strengthen you inLuke 18:1-8 persevering prayer, widow and judge parable Psalm 25:5 guide me in truth, teach me, hope in You good deedsLuke 18:9-14 humble yourself and God will exalt you Psalm 27:14 wait for Lord, be strong, take heart 2 Thessalonians 3:5, 16 Lord direct hearts into God‟s love,John 5:19 Jesus did what the Father was doing Psalm 33:20 wait in hope for Lord, help and shield perseverance, give you peaceJohn 9:31 not listen to sinners, but to one who does His will Psalm 37:7-9 evil men be cut off, hope in Lord and inherit Hebrews 13:20-21 God equip you for doing His will, workJohn 10:2-5 sheep know shepherd‟s voice land in us what is pleasingJohn 14:13-14 if ask anything in My name, I will do it Psalm 40:1 waited patiently for Lord, He heard my cry
  4. 4. TLH 458 4. Thy gracious will on earth be Firm in the faith, a well-armed host, 1. Our Father, Thou in heaven done Through comfort of the Holy Ghost!above, As tis in heaven before Thy throne;Who biddest us to dwell in love, Obedience in our weal and woe 8. From evil, Lord, deliver us;As brethren of one family, And patience in all grief bestow. The times and days are perilous.To cry in every need to Thee, Curb flesh and blood and every ill Redeem us from eternal death,Teach us no thoughtless word to say, That sets itself against Thy will. And when we yield our dyingBut from our inmost heart to pray. breath, 5. Give us this day our daily bread Console us, grant us calm release,2. Thy name be hallowed. Help us, And let us all be clothed and fed. And take our souls to Thee in peace.Lord, From war and strife be our Defense,In purity to keep Thy Word, From famine and from pestilence, 9. Amen, that is, So shall it be.That to the glory of thy name That we may live in godly peace, Confirm our faith and hope in TheeWe walk before Thee free from Free from all care and avarice. That we may doubt not, but believeblame. What here we ask we shall receive.Let no false doctrine us pervert; 6. Forgive our sins, Lord, we Thus in Thy name and at Thy wordAll poor, deluded souls convert. implore, We say: Amen. Oh, hear us, Lord! Remove from us their burden sore, Amen.3. Thy kingdom come. Thine let it As we their trespasses forgivebe Who by offenses us do grieve.In time and in eternity. Thus let us dwell in charityLet Thy good Spirit eer be nigh And serve our brother willingly.Our hearts with graces to supply.Break Satans power, defeat his 7. Into temptation lead us not.rage; When evil foes against us plotPreserve Thy Church from age to And vex our souls on every hand,age. Oh, give us strength that we may stand
  5. 5. 2.Waiting on God and hoping in Him is a choice to remain in a state of trusting God to intervene in the situation you have brought to Him. It is expectation that God has heard and knows how1.Waiting on God is a powerful silent best to proceed now toward an answer. form of prayer. It is a reverent Since ancient times no one has heard, no awareness of His presence. You rest ear has perceived, no eye has seen any and commune with Him allowing Him God besides you, who acts on behalf of time to fill you up with His presence those who wait for him. Isaiah 64:4 and power.Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in (wait on) the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. Isaiah 40:30-31
  6. 6.  Using your notes from this week, spend some time writing to God, prayer journal- style. A prayer journal is page/notebook that contains your:  prayer requests  Bible study notes  verses that apply to a situation you are going through  daily confessions  goals  revelations Reflection ideas….. (tell Jesus what you’ve found /thought about this week): As you meditate on these verses, what jumps out at you? How are the verses you read related? Do you see a consistent theme in the verses you read? Why do you think those specific words were chosen? What is God teaching you through these verses? What are you learning about Gods character and nature? What are you learning about who you are in Christ? What are you learning about what Gods plan for you?
  7. 7. LSB 819 Who is by one and all adored: To God all praise and glory! 1 Sing praise to God, the highest good, 4 He never shall forsake His flock,The author of creation, His chosen generation;The God of love who understood He is their refuge and their rock,Our need for His salvation. Their peace and their salvation.With healing balm our souls He fills As with a mothers tender hand,And evry faithless murmur stills: He leads His own, His chosen band:To God all praise and glory! To God all praise and glory!2 What God‟s almighty powr has made, 5 All who confess Christ‟s holy name,In mercy He is keeping. Give God the praise and glory.By morning glow or evening shade Let all who know his powr proclaimHis eye is never sleeping. Aloud the wondrous story.Within the kingdom of His might Cast evry idol from its throne,All things are just and good and right: For God is God, and He alone:To God all praise and glory! To God all praise and glory!3 We sought the Lord in our distress;O God, in mercy hear us.Our Savior saw our helplessnessAnd came with peace to cheer us.For this we thank and praise the Lord,
  8. 8. PRAYER1 Chronicles 29:10-13 10Therefore David blessed the Lord before …Forall the assembly and said, Be praised,adored, and thanked, O Lord, the God thine isof Israel our [forefather], forever andever. Yours, O Lord, is the greatness theand the power and the glory and thevictory and the majesty, for all that is in kingdomthe heavens and the earth is Yours; and the • KingdomYours is the kingdom, O Lord, and • PowerYours it is to be exalted as Head over power • Gloryall. Both riches and honor come from • ForeverYou, and You reign over all. In Your and the • Amen P raisehands are power and might; in Yourhands it is to make great and to give glory R epentance A ppreciationstrength to all. Now therefore, ourGod, we thank You and praise Your forever Y ou E veryoneglorious name and those attributes and ever. R esolvewhich that name denotes.
  9. 9.  TLH 65 When Sinners See Their Lost Condition 4. When Jesus comes, --O blessed story!-- He works a change in heart and life; Gods kingdom comes with power and glory To young and old, to man and wife; Through Sacrament and living Word Faith, love, and hope are now conferred.
  10. 10.  "God does nothing except in response to believing prayer." John Wesley (Famous evangelist who spent 2 hours daily in prayer) "Satan does not care how many people read about prayer if only he can keep them from praying.” Paul E. Billheimer "Prayer is not overcoming Gods reluctance, but laying hold of His willingness." Martin Luther.
  11. 11.  Ὅηι ζοῦ ἐζηιν ἡ βαζιλεία καὶ ἡ δύναμις καὶ ἡ δόξα εἰς ηοὺς αἰῶνας. ἀμήν. Ki lekha ha-mamelakha ve-hagvura veha-tiferet, le-olemei o‟lmim amein. Kingdom: Royal Authority Power: Intrinsic Ability (most often in Luke and Revelation) Glory: High esteem, splendor, Truth Forever: Unbroken time Amen: It is so
  12. 12.  • Why do we end the Lords Prayer with the word amen? •How do I know God is able to answer the prayers of His people in Christ Jesus?______________________________ SS: Thine is the Kingdom M: Amen Say Mean Matter T: Control of Gifts W: Power to Grant Key phrases Own words Answer the Th: Glory and Praise questions/ Personal application
  13. 13.  For Thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever and ever. Amen. This means that I should be certain that these petitions are pleasing to our Father in heaven, and are heard by Him; for He Himself has commanded us to pray in this way and has promised to hear us. Amen, amen, which means "yes, yes, it shall be so."
  14. 14.  : Root word is “` aman” meaning to nourish, support and to make sure and strong  Used as “believe”, “verified” and “support”  This word is a conclusion of a doxology that mirrors the language of King Solomon offering the dedication of the temple (1 Chron. 29:11-13) Every Amen uttered in prayer is a faithful confession that God will take care of our concerns through his dwelling amongst and within us.  Early Jewish sages taught the Amen with an acryonm prayer of el melekh ne’eman Christ is called the Amen in Rev. 3:14- 22
  15. 15.  The word amen means "so shall it be" and emphasizes that God, who has commanded us to pray, will hear our prayers and answer them as He has promised. Ps. 50:15 Call upon Me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you will honor Me. Prov. 15:8 The Lord detests the sacrifice of the wicked, but the prayer of the upright pleases Him. Prov. 15:29 The Lord is far from the wicked but He hears the prayer of the righteous. •
  16. 16. Theology of Glory Theology of the Cross (Heavenly Reward) (Trusting Discipleship) = faith is the means to obtain material success = faith is joining Christ in his suffering Perspective on Existence: Perspective on Existence: Being a Christian is being faithful to Christ, Being a Christian will make your life better regardless of the cost; faith will not necessarily make in a material sense (success, wealth, happiness, etc.) your life „successful‟ in a worldly sense. if not here on earth, then someday in heaven. Defining Quote: Defining Quote: "take up your cross and follow me" "God helps those who help themselves" (Mark 8:34) (non-biblical) Evangelism Goal/Strategy: Evangelism Goal/Strategy: To make disciples by proclaiming the gospel ofTo win souls by convincing people that glory equals success Christ, through which God changes lives Key Themes/Phrases to Look For: Key Themes/Phrases to Look For: By grace you have been saved through faith ... If you do this for God, God will reward you ... We walk through the valley of the shadow of death ... We are climbing up to heaven on the road to glory ... You are called to be good stewards of God‟s gifts .... When you give a seed gift, it will return to you ... Salvation is Gods free gift of grace ... Salvation is our eternal reward to come ... Faith is about trusting in God ... Faith is about getting into paradise ...
  17. 17.  A. He alone is the King who has all anxious to perform Your will. Grant good gifts in His control. us obedient hearts, so that we, as James 1:17 Every good and perfect gift lambs of Your flock, may obey Your is from above, coming down from the voice, and be filled with fruits of Father of the heavenly lights, who does righteousness. Teach us ever to do not change like shifting shadows. Your will, for You are our God. Amen. (Johann Habermann, 1516-90). Ps. 103:2-3 Praise the Lord, 0 my soul, and forget not all His benefits-who forgives all your sins and heals all your diseases. • Pray: So rule us, O God, that we may ever be guided by Your clear and pure Word and are not seduced by the eternal appearance of things. Keep us, Lord Jesus, from error and false doctrine. Send us faithful teachers who listen to Your congregation, purchased with Your blood, and are
  18. 18.  God is a King who rules from the middle, stable heights of his own dominion.  He represents all balance, as he is the font of all knowledge.  He defines power. He will not be moved. The Son humbles himself to live commonly without this power, yet maintains the glory of God in and by his behavior  He heals the sick and feeds the hungry  He declares truth in the midst of false power and money  He renews the elect with his great sacrifice The Spirit is the fire that burns through the enemy camp, declaring the might and glory of the King and His servant to those emprisoned in darkness.
  19. 19.  B. He alone has the power to grant our petitions. Ps. 33:6 By the word of the Lord were the heavens made, their starry host by the breath of His mouth. Eph. 3:20-21 To Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us, to Him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen. •
  20. 20.  A man can no more diminish Gods glory by refusing to worship Him than a lunatic can put out the sun by scribbling the word, darkness on the walls of his cell.  CS Lewis
  21. 21. C. He has all glory and is worthy of our Savior, that I may so address You. Write Your praise. name Father into my heart by Your Word andPs. 113:4-5 The Lord is exalted over all the Your Spirit. Let me be in Your kingdom, here nations, His glory above the heavens. Who is in time and hereafter in eternity. This is your like the Lord our God, the One who sits gracious and good will; let this will be done in enthroned on high? me. Also give me my morsel of bread. And1 Tim. 1:17 To the King eternal, immortal, graciously forgive all my sins, and grant me invisible, the only God, be honor and glory for grace to gladly forgive those who sin against ever and ever. Amen. me. And let me not fall into temptation. And• deliver me from evil at all times, and finallyPray: My dear Heavenly Father, I, a poor from each and every evil. Amen, my Father, sinner, thank You through Jesus Christ, my You sill surely do this. Amen. (Zorn)
  22. 22. Psalm 31:3 "Sinc TLH 455 Glory and power divine; 1. Our heavnly Father, hear The scepter, throne, and majesty The prayer we offer now. Of heaven and earth are Thine. Thy name be hallowed far and near; To Thee all nations bow. 2. Thy kingdom come; Thy will On earth be done in love As saints and seraphim fulfil Thy holy will above. 3. Our daily bread supply While by Thy word we live. The guilt of our iniquity Forgive as we forgive. 4. From dark temptations power, From Satans wiles, defend. Deliver in the evil hour And guide us to the end. 5. Thine shall forever be
  23. 23.  Our Father, who is in heaven…  Hallowed is your name  Your kingdom come  Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven  And give us this day our daily bread  And forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us  And lead us not into temptation  But deliver us from evil.
  24. 24. Popcorn Prayer:ForThineistheKingdompowerGloryForeverAmen.
  25. 25. For Thine is the kingdom and thepower and the glory forever and ever.Amen.This means that I should be certain thatthese petitions are pleasing to our Fatherin heaven, and are heard by Him; for HeHimself has commanded us to pray inthis way and has promised to hear us.Amen, amen, which means "yes, yes, itshall be so."The word amen means "so shall it be"and emphasizes that God, who hascommanded us to pray, will hear ourprayers and answer them as He haspromised.A. He alone is the King who has all good gifts in His control.B. He alone has the power to grant our petitions.C. He has all glory and is worthy of our praise.
  26. 26.  Intro to the Sacraments