Sermons: Hanging in the Balance

Sermons: Hanging in the Balance


 

Prayer is a fancy word for talking to God. In this short sermon clip. Greg Boyd introduces what prayer is designed for and what it can be used for.

The Bible shows us that our prayers make a difference in this world. Yet, our picture of God doesn’t always line up with that truth. In this sermon, Greg shows how the world operates when it comes to our prayer and what a difference it makes.

Full Sermon Here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/hanging-in-the-balance

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