This Sunday at Mayfair, we loosened our grip on the “how” and focused more on the “who.”
We continued our study of Jesus’s parables this week. The farther we get into this study, the more Jesus’s storytelling pulls us in.
Luke 11:1-13 contains an often overlooked parable. The disciples come to Jesus and ask Him to teach them how to pray. The example prayer He gives is less about a ritual practice and more about trusting in God. Every line of the prayer is a reminder that God is in control.
In case the disciples (or we) still don’t get it, Jesus follows it up with a short parable starting in verse 5. The parable is essentially one big question: don’t you realize that God is big enough, wise enough, and good enough to care for us?
You want to know how to pray? Start focusing on who your praying to. Don’t get hung up on the words; get caught up in your Father.
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