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Wednesday: A group meets at the West Campus on 180th 2 blocks North of Dodge at 4:00 pm in room W 10/11.

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So, how do we pray? Jesus taught us how to pray in Matthew 6:9-13. Jesus said, “This, then, is how you should pray.” He did not say this is what you should say, but rather this is how you should pray. The Lord’s prayer gives four specific things to pray about. One of the best ways to remember these four things is through the acronym P.R.A.Y.


Tell God thanks for who He is and what He has done. Our Father in heaven, hollowed be your name.” (Matthew 6:9a) See also: 1 Chronicles 29:10-13



Confess your sins to God. Tell him how sorry you are for them and that you need His forgiveness. Ask God for strength not to do the sin again. Forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.” (Matthew 6:12) See also: Psalm 51:1-12



Give your requests to God. Give us today our daily bread.” And “lead us not into temptation but deliver us from the evil one.” (Matthew 6:11 & 6:13) See also: Ephesians 6:19-20



Spend time submitting to God that His will be done in your life. Spend time quietly listening to God. Your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” (Matthew 6:10) See also: Matthew 26:39 & Psalm 46:10a

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Leisha Moxness

Please pray for the family of Bonnie Havekost who passed away Thursday night after a long battle with heart problems and dementia. She was my kindergarten teacher, my confirmation sponsor, and an otherwise significant person in my life for the last 36 years. She leaves behind her husband, Milt, along with three grown sons and their families.

Please pray for my Aunt Kay who lives on the Oregon coast. She had heart valve replacement surgery around nine years ago, and that valve is now failing. In order for her to survive, she will need another similar surgery which comes with major risks to the point where only Stanford University or the Mayo Clinic doctors can perform her surgery. Even though she feels fine currently, her condition is very serious. My dad was her only sibling, so my mom, my brothers, their families, and I are all the family she has. Thankfully she has a good network of friends where she is. The thing that concerns me more than her physical condition is I don't know where she is in terms of faith. She does not attend church regularly, but she was baptized and confirmed. When she visits here, she attends church with us and participates in worship. Please pray both about her physical and spiritual situation, and please pray that if there is something my family is supposed to do or say that God give us the words and opportunity to do so knowing the limitations of the great geographical distance between us.

Received: March 1, 2019

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