In taking on any new job, we naturally ask a lot of questions. But consider this - do we ever think about what it will take to please our boss? This is our topic for today’s program.
What are some of the questions we might ask when offered a job? One of the first ones might be - am I qualified? Another is – will I enjoy the work and the location? How about – will I like the boss and the people I have to work with? What about the pay? Taking on a new job can be a life-changing experience. With this in mind – let’s take you to our host Barbara Sandbek who will expound our topic.
God has much to say about prayer. In fact, He commanded that we pray. 1 Thessalonians 5:17 says that we are to pray continually, and Philippians 4:6 exhorts us to pray in every situation. On our last program, we learned that… We are to pray to our Father, God, in the Name of Jesus.. We are not to babble.. We are not to pray so others with be impressed.. We must pray with faith believing that God will answer.. We must pray with a clean heart so as not to hinder our communication... We should pray according to God’s will so that our prayers will be answered ‘yes’. In this program, Barbara Sandbek will explore the Scriptures for a further understanding of how to pray and what to pray for.
People have said their #1 fear is public speaking. Other fears include death - yours or a loved ones, danger, the environment, darkness, failure, the future or any unknown thing or event, your children’s well-being, war, sickness, change, loss, the IRS or police officers, doctors and the consequences of sin. So what do we do with this fear? Join our host, Barbara Sandbek, and explore the Scripture together as we seek to find the answer.
If we fear God the way we’re supposed to, we won’t be afraid of other things, because God’s perfect love casts out fear. Yes, as Believers, we don’t have to be afraid of God, but we must still respect and reverence Him. How do we rightly fear God? This is the subject matter of our program today. We’ll be covering a lot of Scripture, so grab your Bible and take notes as Barbara dives into God’s Word.