Bible Passage: Matthew 6:10, 9:38, 13:29; Luke 11:1-13
What are the biggest problems you perceive in our world today? In your own life? What frightens you?
What motivates you to DO something?
In our churches, we say, “Your Kingdom Come . . .” or talk about Kingdom (with a capital K). What are we praying FOR when we pray for God’s Kingdom to come?
As we continue to the second petition in the Lord’s Prayer, “Your Kingdom come,” we realize that God’s Kingdom does not exist just in Heaven . . . “Your Kingdom come, your will be done on earth, as it is in Heaven.”
The Lord’s Prayer is a dangerous prayer, not to be prayed without commitment or consequences. It is meant to change our lives and shape them into Kingdom Servants.