Watch and pray sermon

Watch and pray sermon

Watch & pray – pr. raju methra [malayalam christian sermon

“Do not consider how to satisfy the immoral nature’s wishes.” Revelation 13:14 A list of the most common Christian temptations: The first is materialism. 2. Proudness 3. A sense of self-importance 4. Indulgence 5. Anger/bitterness, Desire for sexual pleasure (Tie) 6. Jealousy Gluttony is number seven. 8. Deception.
Know your “besetting sin,” the one you’re most prone to committing.
“Let us cast off all that hinders and the sin that entangles us so easily.” Hebrews 12:1 Keep an eye out for the world’s enticements. 2:15-16; 1 John 2:15-16; 1 John 2:15-16; 1 John 2:1
The “love of his eyes” alludes to man’s avarice.
The “eye gate” through which the world’s external things inflame us.
“Pluck out your eye if it leads you to sin.” J Mk 9:47 Mk 9:47 Mk 9:47 Mk 9 Stuff that Christians 100 years ago couldn’t even imagine are now seen on television. “They never stop sinning with their eyes full of adultery; they seduce the unstable; they are specialists in greed-an accursed brood!” Revelation 2:14
The act about “boasting of what he has and does,” which denotes a proud and lavish lifestyle.
The desire to make others feel valuable and accomplished by impressing them.
Many people are moved by what the Bible refers to as “sinful ambition.”

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The walls of Jerusalem were being rebuilt by Ehemiah and the Jews with him. Sanballat and others were enraged and attempted to halt the work. They resolved to pounce on the people and slay them all at once, putting an end to what they were doing. “Nevertheless, we made our prayer unto our God, and set a watch against them day and night, because of them,” Nehemiah and his companions did, according to our text.
These people had to not only build the wall of Jerusalem, but also keep an eye on their enemies. Our condition is the same as theirs. We must put forth effort in the service of Christ. I hope that all of us who love him are doing everything we can to help him create his empire, but we must also be wary of deadly foes. They would, of course, ruin our work if they can destroy us. If they can, they can do both. The forces of evil are on a rampage against God’s people. You can be sure that if they can hurt or offend us in some way, they will. If it serves their function, they will not leave any stone unturned. Although there are godly men and women at whom arrows can be fired, no arrows will be left in the quivers of hell. Every poisoned dart Satan and his allies have is aimed at our souls.

Watch and pray (dann green on matthew 26:41)

In a number of occasions, Jesus used the word “watch and pray.” It was once the night before Jesus’ crucifixion. Jesus led His followers to the Garden of Gethsemane, where He begged for “this cup to be taken away from me” (Matthew 26:39). He found His disciples asleep after the prayer. He was upset that they couldn’t even pray with Him for an hour, and he warned them to “wait and pray” so they wouldn’t fall prey to temptation. The flesh is frail, but the spirit is willing” (Matthew 26:41).
The expression “wait and pray” appears again later in Jesus’ ministry, as He prophesied about the end times. Many of these events are described in Luke chapter 21, and Jesus warns that they will occur unexpectedly: “Be alert, or your hearts will be weighted down with carousing, drunkenness, and life’s anxieties, and that day will close on you suddenly like a trap” (Luke 21:34). “Always be on the lookout, and pray that you will be able to avoid all that is about to happen, and that you will be able to stand before the Son of Man,” he continues (verse 36).

Watch and pray

Prevailing Prayer: Pay Attention, Watch, and Pray

David wilkerson – watch and pray always jesus is coming

Pastor Lee Cummings is the speaker.

Closing sermon – “watch and pray”: the spirit’s help in

23rd of January, 2021

Sermons for salvation: watch & pray

Fasting serves as a reminder that this planet is not our home. We delve deep into the Mark 13 scripture that says to take care, listen, and pray in this series that corresponds with our 21 days of prayer and fasting. Pastor Lee Cummings preaches on prayer and the importance of keeping in line with the Holy Spirit in Part Four of Prevailing Prayer. Scripture to concentrate on 34-36 in Luke 21:34-36 (ESV) “But keep an eye on yourself, lest your hearts be weighted down by dissipation, intoxication, and the worries of this life, and that day come upon you like a pit. 35 For it will strike anyone who lives on the face of the planet. 36 But remain awake at all times, praying for courage to avoid all of these things that will happen, and to stand before the Son of Man.” Highlights from the Sermon