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The Lord and His Prayer: Essential Truths for Uncertain Times

When Jesus taught his disciples to pray, he gave them so much more than a few short lines to recite from memory. He gave them a profound lesson on essential truths about God, humanity and the world. With the world around us consumed by uncertainty, we need to be reminded of these truths and rooted in them as God’s people. Join us and a number of other Anglican congregations on Sundays this spring as we explore these essential truths of Jesus’ prayer.

  • 4/19     Who is in charge?  “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name.”
  • 4/26     Is there a plan?  “Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.”
  • 5/3       Does God really care about me?  “Give us this day our daily bread.”
  • 5/10     What is wrong with the world?  “And forgive us our debts as we also have forgiven our debtors.”
  • 5/17     Does God do bad things for good reasons?  “And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.”
  • 5/24     What do I hold onto when I’m at the end of my rope?  “The kingdom, the power and the glory are yours.”


Dr. Josh Chatraw - May 20, 2020

Confessions of Augustine: Lecture 5

Finding Hope in Despair. In Book 4, while "seduced" by the Manichees, Augustine goes back home and rekindles an old friendship, only to abruptly experience a profound loss. By exploring his grief in vivid terms, Augustine not only describes the symptoms but also the cause of his (and our) misery. Yet it is through this bleak diagnosis that we learn to look for the true medicine, so that our souls might be healed and our friendships restored.

From Series: "Confessions of Augustine"


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