Prayer: Prayer Instead of Care (#906)

Prayer: Prayer Instead of Care (#906)
Today we are going to continue our series on prayer that we started last time.  And the title of today’s teaching is Prayer Instead of Care.  We all have a tendency to to have too much care, or in in a sense,  be worried or anxious about things.  And, we’ll probably mention this in every session on prayer, because it is just a big part of it.  But today we’ll go into a little more detail about that care or anxiety and what it is we can do to alleviate it.  So let’s start here in Matthew chapter 13 and in verse 1…
Taught by Bruce Mahone on 20161030.  All rights reserved.
Verse Listing and Notes
Mat. 13:1-9; 18-23    The care (merimna – anxiety, worry, care) of this world can choke God’s Word
Mat. 6:25-34              Take no thought [merimnao – to be apprehensive, have anxiety, be anxious, be (unduly) concerned ] for tomorrow
Luke 10:38-42           Thou art careful (merimnao) and troubled (agitated). One thing is needful
Phil. 4:4-9                   Be anxious for nothing (moderation – gentleness, patience)
Don’t worry over anything whatever; tell God every detail of your needs in earnest and thankful prayer, and the peace of God, which transcends human understanding, will keep constant guard over your hearts and minds as they rest in Christ Jesus – JB Phillips
Philippians 4:6-7   6 Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done.  7 If you do this, you will experience God’s peace, which is far more wonderful than the human mind can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus. – NLT
I Peter 5:6-9               Casting all your mental distraction (merimna) on him, for is is aware (melo) of your needs
Psalm 1                      Meditate on God’s Word
Prov 3:5-6                  He shall direct your paths
Phil. 3:13-16              Reaching forth unto those things which are before
906 Prayer: Prayer Instead of Care

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