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WHI-1093 | The Lord's Prayer (Part 1)

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Why is it important to pray? What does it mean to refer to God as "our Father"? On this edition of White Horse Inn, the hosts begin their study of the Lord's Prayer as they continue their series through Christ's Sermon on the Mount.

Why is it important to pray? What does it mean to refer to God as "our Father"? On this edition of White Horse Inn, the hosts begin their study of the Lord's Prayer as they continue their series through Christ's Sermon on the Mount.




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  • Guest - Drew K

    Just listen to this weeks episode. I think those who think that Reformed type Christians are too intellectual and know nothing of real relationship with God the Father, would be pleasently surprised to hear talk of intimacy from the White Horse Inn crew. I hear plenty of passion and feeling here.

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  • Guest - Javier

    I agree Drew. The comfort I get from reformed teaching is that it's God centered, God reaching out to us. As opposed to what I've heard most of my life which is me not doing enough to please Him.

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  • Guest - Deb Felak

    What is Nicene Christology to which Dr. Rosenblatt refers concerning the "look" of Jesus? Why is this important to mention to a non believer in the context presented?

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