Bible Study: The Prayer Jesus Taught His Disciples Week # 7

Matthew 6:5-15

Beginning Prayer:

Father God, we ask that Thy will be done in our hearts today in Jesus’ name. Help us to see Your Kingdom in the eyes of our own hearts. Thank You, Lord, for making us a part of Your Kingdom, making us Your children that we may serve You, and have a blessed life with You. Teach us this day that Jesus is the reason for the season, and not just a religious thing to do for profit. We honor our Savior and His birth always. We praise You, Lord, because it’s important to us as believers. Lord, You are our Shepherd and we shall not want for anything because You supply all our needs through-out the year. Father God, bless every Prayer Warrior in this community. Bless their family, their finances, their jobs, their bodies with good health through-out the holiday. Help us to be a witness while we shop for family and friends. Show us how glorify Your Kingdom here on earth. This we pray in our precious Jesus’ name; Immanuel, God thank You for being with us. AMEN.

Subject: “The Lord’s Prayer” Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven (Part 2)

May I give you just one verse out of many found in the Old Testament: And in the days of these kings the God of heaven will set up a kingdom which shall never be destroyed; and the kingdom shall not be left to other people; it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand forever. (Daniel 2:44) That is the kingdom toward which God is moving. While this kingdom is not altogether spiritual, it has a spiritual aspect. Some will say, “Yes, but you know the Bible says that the kingdom of God is not meat or drink but righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.” Let me illustrate my point: The Preamble to the Constitu- 16 tion of these United States says that we are given freedom for the pursuit of happiness. It does not guarantee happiness, but it guarantees the right to pursue it in liberty. Now happiness, while an abstract term, is spiritual and is to be sought by us while we are in a physical world of mountains, rivers, seacoasts, deserts, plains, and valleys. With this in mind, let us go back to the thought of the kingdom. For the kingdom of God is not eating and drinking, but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit. (Romans 14:17) That righteousness is to cover the earth as the waters cover the sea, and it is a peace that only He, who is the Prince of Peace, can bring to this earth! This brings us to the all-important question: Is the church part of this kingdom? The Lord Jesus said, “My kingdom is not of this world…” (John 18:36). Someone will reply, “Now you see, it does not pertain to down here.” Yes, but He said the same thing concerning believers— that they are IN this world but not OF it. His kingdom is to be in this world, but it is not to be established by the world‟s methods. It is not moved forward by the politics of this world. His kingdom will contain no Republican or Democratic platform. It will be established and maintained on a different basis from that of our world. Again we ask the question: Is the church part of this kingdom? Some of my good brethren say that the answer is no. So I want to be very careful at this point. When you say that the church is not the kingdom, I think you are accurate; but when you say that the church is not part of the kingdom, then I think you are wrong. May I illustrate: California is part of the United States, but California is not the United States. Nor is the church the kingdom; it is merely part of the kingdom. And how does she become a part of the kingdom? Well, she will be the bride of the King of that kingdom. Therefore, let us consider again the laws under which the bride must live in that new kingdom. They are to be found in the Sermon on the Mount. The church—the bride to be—is now under grace, living under new principles by the Holy Spirit. But that does not mean that she can flout the Sermon on the Mount and despise it. Come, my fundamental friend, my premillennial brother, and let us, as members of that church, go once again up to the top of that mountain where He gave the Sermon. Let us look into His face. We need to, you know. This is His law. I know that we are not under law, but—at the same time—we do not despise law. He values honor and integrity. Faithfulness and righteousness are things that He counts as valuable. And, my friend, purity still counts in the high court of heaven. How we have dipped our colors and come to the place in fundamental circles where we close our eyes to these things that we need to recognize. But the kingdom that is mentioned in Scripture—the one that we pray about—is coming in glory. It is that glorious kingdom that shall be established someday on this earth—His millennial kingdom. The kingdom in creation, the whole creation, is groaning and travailing, waiting for the day; even we, ourselves, are awaiting that day, for “it has not yet been revealed what we shall be, but we know that when He is revealed, we shall be like Him…” (1 John 3:2). The King will be revealed, His glory will be extended on this earth, and righteousness and peace will cover this earth as the waters cover the sea. Our prayer looks even beyond the millennial kingdom. “Your kingdom come.” Whose kingdom? “Our Father in heaven, Your kingdom come”—that eternal kingdom that is mentioned in 1 Corinthians 15 where we are given an order and a development of the kingdom. Let us notice it briefly: But now Christ is risen from the dead, and has become the first fruits of those who have fallen asleep. (1 Corinthians 15:20) He is back from the dead, and after Him those that are His are going to arise. He is merely the first fruits. And then we read: Then comes the end, when He delivers the kingdom to God the Father, when He puts an end to all rule and all authority and power. (1 Corinthians 15:24) Does that mean that the millennial kingdom is coming to an end? Oh, no, it is an everlasting kingdom. What shall be happening is revealed in the following: Now when all things are made subject to Him, then the Son Himself will also be subject to Him who put all things under Him that God may be all in all. (1 Corinthians 15:28) After the Lord Jesus reigns on this earth for one thousand years, after Satan is put down eternally, after the lost have been judged—He returns to His place in the Godhead that God may be all in all. But He will continue to reign and this earth will continue to be the kingdom and the place of blessing. This is the day of His rejection; this is the day when men turn their backs upon Him. His glory is not manifested today, but it is a time when you and I can bow to His scepter. Everything is sweeping toward that kingdom. Do you have a passion for His kingdom? Are you looking forward to His coming in glory? It is that kingdom spoken of in Revelation 21 and 22—a kingdom in which there will be no tears, no death, no sorrow, no pain and no fear. I ask you, are you looking forward to it? Today you and I can say, “Your will be done on earth” if our hopes and longings are bound up in this blessed thought. Now the church is in the very heart of His program as He is sweeping events toward that glorious kingdom. Are you moving forward with Him? I think God‟s great men of the past moved with Him. When John Knox said, “Give me Scotland or I die,” he was praying, I think, “Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” When the Puritans came to this country and established a place where they could worship God and propagate the gospel of Christ, they were saying, in fact, if not in word, “Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” And there are times when you and I arise to that high level and say from our hearts, when a passion is there, that His will might prevail here on this earth.

Week # 7

Weekly Pattern: Priorities

Prayers from the Bible:


1). According to this lesson the Kingdom of God is not what?

2). Do you desire God’s will in your life?

3). What is righteousness, peace, and joy in Holy Ghost?

4). What does Romans 14:17 says?

5). What methods the Kingdom of God is established upon?

6). Is the Church part of this Kingdom?

7). Is the Church the Kingdom of God?

8). Being under grace do we suppose to despise the law?

9). Whose Kingdom should come?

10). When the end comes who will deliver the Kingdom to God?

11). When the lost has been judged where will Jesus return to?

12). Do you have a passion for His Kingdom?

13). Are you looking forward to the Kingdom of God coming?

14). What will be absent from the Kingdom of God?

15). Now the church is in the very heart of His program as He is sweeping events toward that glorious kingdom. Are you moving forward with Him? Explain.

Weekly Song: (Matthew 26:30)

Weekly Praise: Blessings to the King

Let’s Hallow His name by rehearsing Who He is:

Weekly Reading Assignment: (Acts 13-14)

Ending Prayer:

Extra on the names of God:

Some of the names of God could have been fitted in different week study, but it’s still the names of God we are learning right now. If you can synchronize them in the lesson you think they would fit to describe God’s name, please feel free to do that, I will when I have more time.

Week# 1 Jehovah-Tsidkenu – Jehovah is Righteous

Week# 2 Jehovah-jireh = The LORD will provide – He will see our needs and meet them.

Week# 3 Jehovah-Rophe = Jehovah Heals – He will heal the bitter waters of this life.

Week# 4 Jehovah-Nissi = Jehovah Our Banner – We are brought together under Him and

Week# 5 Jehovah-M’Kaddesh = Jehovah who Sanctifies – He sets us apart unto Himself.

Week# 6 Jehovah-Shalom= Jehovah is Our Peace; (JUDGES 6:24)

Week# 7 Jehovah-Shammah="The Lord Is There” (Ezekiel 48:35)

Week # 8 Jehovah-Rohi=The Lord is my Shepherd (Psalm 23)

Week# 9 Jehovah-Elohim= God “Creator, Mighty and Strong” (Genesis 17:7; Jeremiah 31:33)

Week# 10 Jehovah-Shabaoth= "The Lord of Hosts" (Isaiah 1:24; Psalm 46:7)

Week# 11 Jehovah-EL ELyon= "God Almighty". Most High"

Week# 12 Jehovah-EL ROI= "God of Seeing" (Genesis 16:13) – the name ascribed to God by Hagar, alone and desperate in the wilderness after being driven out by Sarah (Genesis 16:1-14). When Hagar met the Angel of the Lord, she realized she had seen God Himself in a theophany. She also realized that El Roi saw her in her distress and testified that He is a God who lives and sees all.

Week# 13 Jehovah-ELGIBHOR; Mighty God” (Isaiah 9:6) – the name describing the Messiah, Christ Jesus, in this prophetic portion of Isaiah. As a powerful and mighty warrior, the Messiah, the Mighty God, will accomplish the destruction of God’s enemies and rule with a rod of iron (Revelation 19:15).

Week# 14 Jehovah-El Shaddai. … Moreover, while the translation of El as "god" or "lord" in the Ugaritic/Canaanite language is straightforward, the literal meaning of Shaddai is the subject of debate. The name appears 48 times in the Bible, seven times as "El Shaddai" (five times in Genesis, once in Exodus, and once in Ezekiel).

Week # 15 Jehovah-Adonai=Lord” (Genesis 15:2; Judges 6:15) – used in place of YHWH, which was thought by the Jews to be too sacred to be uttered by sinful men. In the Old Testament, YHWH is more often used in God’s dealings with His people, while Adonai is used more when He deals with the Gentiles.

Sharing: Words of importance:

1). Religion:

Religion is any cultural system of designated behaviors and practices, world views, texts, sanctified places, ethics, or organization, that relates humanity to the supernatural or transcendental.

2). Christianity:

Christianityis an Abrahamic monotheisticreligion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, who is the focal point of the Christian faith. It is the world’s largest religion,with over 2.4 billion followers,or 33% of the global population, known as Christians.Christians make up a majority of the population in 158 countries and territories.They believe that Jesus is the Son of God and the savior of humanity whose coming as the Messiah (the Christ) was prophesied in the Old Testament. Christianity has played a prominent role in the shaping of Western civilization.

3). Believers:

You also became imitators of us and of the Lord, having received the word in much tribulation with the joy of the Holy Spirit, 7 so that you became an example to all the believers in Macedonia and in Achaia. 8 For the word of the Lord has sounded forth from you, not only in Macedonia and Achaia, but also in every place your faith toward God has gone forth, so that we have no need to say anything. 9 For they themselves report about us what kind of a reception we had with you, and how you turned to God from idols to serve a living and true God, 10 and to wait for His Son from heaven, whom He raised from the dead, that is Jesus, who rescues us from the wrath to come. (1 Thessalonians 1:6-10).

4). Faith:

The Bible also defines faith in Hebrews 11:1, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” Faith is the substance or assurance of things we hope for, but have not yet received. Faith (confidence, belief, trust) is also our evidence of that which is not seen—the invisible spiritual things. Faith comes before a prayer is answered or before an individual has received what he or she has requested from God. If we have received what we asked for, then faith is not needed.

1 a) allegiance to duty or a person: loyalty lost faith in the company’s president b (1): fidelity to one’s promises, (2) : sincerity of intentions acted in good faith

2a) (1) belief and trust in and loyalty to God, (2) : belief in the traditional doctrines of a religion b (1) : firm belief in something for which there is no proof clinging to the faith that her missing son would one day return (2) : complete trust.


Father God, Thy Kingdom come to all who do not know You in Jesus’ name. Father God, in Your Son Jesus’ name as ask that You would help us to know You and Your Word in our hearts as it would please You, not others or ourselves. We thank You for being a Great God and Father of all who trust and believe in You and Your Son, the Holy Spirit, and Your Word to be the other truth for us to live by. If our hearts and belief is wrong then please Lord, make it right so we will not miss heaven. Thy Kingdom come in our hearts today in Jesus’ name. AMEN

Weekly Praise: Great is the Lord!

Praise You, Jesus, You are the Christ. Praise You, Jesus, You are Christ the King. Praise You, Jesus, You are the Lamb of God. Praise You, Jesus, You are Lion of Judah. Praise You, Jesus, You are the Bright Morning Star.

Praise You, Jesus, You are our Champion and shield. Praise You, Jesus, You are our Strength and our Song. Praise You, Jesus, You are the way of our life. Praise You, Jesus, You are the only truth. Praise You, Jesus, You are the real life.

Let’s Hallow His name by rehearsing Who He is:

Jehovah -SHALOM [yah-way-shah-lohm]: "The Lord Our Peace" (Judges 6:24) – the name given by Gideon to the altar he built after the Angel of the Lord assured him he would not die as he thought he would after seeing Him.


1). The Kingdom of God is not a real earthly Kingdom, it’s a spiritual kingdom –

I agree It’s spiritual but also impacts the real world

2). The Kingdom of God is something Jesus didn’t really talk about –

I disagree with that because that is why Jesus came to earth to ministry to everyone; Jesus’ whole ministry was proclaiming the Kingdom

3). The Kingdom of God has not yet come. It will come when Jesus returns

I disagree with that because Jesus said, the King has come. The King has dealt with sin once for all in the sacrifice of himself. The King sits at the Father’s right hand and reigns now until all his enemies are under his feet. The King’s righteousness is now already ours by faith. The King’s Spirit is now already dwelling in us. The King’s holiness is now already being produced in us. The King’s joy and peace have now already been given to us. The King’s victory over Satan is now already ours as we use the sword of the Spirit, the Word of God. The King’s power to witness is now already available to us. And the King’s gifts—the gifts of his Spirit—are now already available for ministry. And now with a sober awareness of the mystery of the kingdom—present yet future; fulfilled but not consummated—let us go on as a church to seek the kingdom first—to discover all we yet should be for the salvation of lost sinners and the glory of King Jesus! It has come in part but will be completed perfectly at the second coming

4). The Kingdom of God is something only church leaders can see

I strongly disagree with that, because Jesus didn’t say just the leaders would receive the Kingdom of God, but all who believe in Him through faith. The kingdom of God has several aspects. The Lord is the Sovereign of the universe, and so in that sense His kingdom is universal (1 Timothy 6:15). At the same time, the kingdom of God involves repentance and the new birth, as God rules in the hearts of His children in this world in preparation for the next. The work begun on earth will find its consummation in heaven (see Philippians 1:6); all Christians can see the Kingdom

5). The Kingdom of God is something all Christians are meant to build

I agree with this because all Christians receive the Kingdom of God when they because His children. We are to help build the Kingdom of God by witnessing to others and by giving our testimony. All disciples are called to build God’s kingdom

6). The Kingdom of God is as small as a mustard seed but stretches across the world –

I agree with this because Jesus said it was like a small mustard seed which is tiny, but yet it grows and produces a large plant. This means that the citizens of the Kingdom of God is growing every day! These scriptures tell us about the growth of the Kingdom of Christ; (Psalm 72:16, Isaiah 9:7; 54:3; 55:5; 60:5; 60:22, Mark 4:31, 32). It is a past, present, and future Kingdom of God, amen; it starts in the heart but impacts the world

7). The Kingdom of God is something Jesus said had arrived –

I agree to this. Jesus did say that in the Scripture, because when He came the Kingdom of God came with Him. See Matthew 4:17
8). The Kingdom of God is located in Jerusalem –

I disagree with this! It’s not located in Jerusalem. Jesus said that the Kingdom of God came to enter into our hearts, but there will be a Kingdom set up by God, so His Son Jesus can reign over it. It’s located in the hearts of Christians

Bible Study:    The Prayer Jesus Taught His Disciples Week # 6

Matthew 6:5-15


Beginning Prayer:

Thy Kingdom come to our hearts in Jesus’ name; AMEN

 Subject:   “The Lord’s Prayer” (Thy Kingdom Come. Thy will be done)

 God’s Coming Kingdom on the Earth In thumbing through historys pages, one must remain at length in the reading of the fabulous nineteenth centurybetter known as the Victorian Era—for it was in this period, under the reign of Queen Victoria, that the British Empire came to its great expansion through colonization. This was, in truth, the Golden Age. Scientific accomplishments gave impetus to the times, and science began to prophesy that it would bring in a new world order, a new age. Out of so promising a background, the twentieth century was born in high hopes and aspirations. Perhaps there was never a more propitious time for high ideals and dreams than the opening of the twentieth century. With a fanfare of trumpets, it moved upon the scene. Optimism was the dominant note of the hour. Man was going forth in that day as a knight clad in shining armor. “Onward and upward forever” was the catch phrase of the new day. Just around the comer was the millennial kingdom—coming to pass ipso facto—for man had willed it and had made the world a glorious place! Now the church, quick to catch the spirit of the age and permeated with this leaven of false hope, spoke bravely of converting the world. In the writings of the year 1901 lies an interesting bit of reading on the Lords Prayer. Listen to this kind of daydreaming: The Prayer, thus taught us, gives faith and hope that His kingdom is coming. The suns dawning rays on the mountain tops are the assurance that the perfect day will come. The best things in individuals and in nations, increasing each decade, are proof of their final prevalence!1 Further, we note that the Student Volunteer Movement of 1912 had as its motto: “The World for Christ in this Generation.” In later years, a minister identified with this movement told me, “It is hard for me today to realize that at that time we actually believed that the world would be won for Christ within the next few years.” There was a great missionary emphasis in the early part of the twentieth century. Africa, China, and Japan were open fully to the gospel, and inroads were made for the cause of Christ everywhere throughout the world. About that same time, a Peace Conference was held at The Hague in Holland. At this conference men wore little ploughshares made out of swords upon the lapels of their coats. “There will never be another war,” they said. “There will be a warless world—we are coming into a new day.” It is difficult for us today to relate to the thinking of men in that day. Postmillennialism was in the saddle, and riding mankind was a push towards “building the kingdom.” In fact, the church was made synonymous with the kingdom in that day. But frankly, any suggestion of the coming of Jesus Christ would have been a source of great embarrassment, as His coming would only have interfered with the accomplishments of men, holding up the glorious program they had for self-improvement of the race. Men who were premillennial and did speak of the coming of Christ were looked down upon—they were considered strange individuals.  And strange seemed the messages of such men as Dr. Brooks, Dr. Wilbur Chapman, Dr. Morehouse and Dr.  Torrey. In his introduction to Dr. W. E. Blackstones little book, “Jesus is Coming,” Dr. Torrey stated how difficult it was to preach the precious hope in days when popular opinion would have agreed 1 Author unknown. 14 that the sweeping successes of man would surely bring in the kingdom. But there has come a great change! In the race today, all the way from statesman down to the humblest ranks, people are disappointed, discouraged, distraught, and disillusioned. What has happened since the dawn of the twentieth century? An inventory includes wars the likes of which the world had never seen. A worldwide depression swept over us, and today a godless ideology threatens Christianity. Science is no longer the savior of the race but the destroyer. In the world of the spiritual, postmillennialism is as dead as a dodo bird. You will not find on the topside of the earth today a reputable theologian who is postmillennial. Now that does not mean that they have become premillennial—they have not. They have become amillennial. They have given up the idea of the Millennium altogether because they have come to the conclusion that they are not getting the contract from God to build the kingdom of heaven here upon this earth. Your Kingdom Come… An idealistic character in Robert Brownings poem, Pippa Passes, sings forth the spirit of the nineteenth century: The years at the spring And days at the morn; Mornings at seven; The hillsides dew-pearled, The larks on the wing; The snails on the thorn: Gods in his heaven Alls right with the world!  But in our present day I fear we shall have to turn to Shakespeares Hamlet for a summary of our age of confusion. It is there that we find the line, Something is rotten in the state of Denmark. There is something definitely wrong in this world in which we live. In spite of that, however, men are still talking bravely about building the kingdom. But, my friend, they are conducting a bankruptcy sale on a new world order and a fire sale on a new social order. I am of the same opinion as Dr. George Guille who said that it seems as if the church is in the business of making the world a better place for men to go to hell in. Yes, the church was engaged, and feverishly so, in its program for making the world religious when it suddenly became infatuated with an idea that greatly expanded its program—namely, that the church could and would bring the kingdom of God here on this earth. Now this term “kingdom” causes, I suppose, more confusion than any other term in Scripture. What meaning is wrapped up in that word? I do not want to appear too dogmatic where good men differ, but there are certain basic principles that we can state. And I would like the liberty of making this personal observation. For years I thought that the Old Testament and the Epistles were difficult since they contained doctrine. But I thought the Gospels were simple and, in a measure, quite easy to comprehend. May I say to you that I have arrived at the conclusion that the Old Testament and the Epistles are simple, while the most difficult portion of the Word of God is the Gospels!  It is in the Gospels that we find the theme song, “The Kingdom.”  “Pippa Passes,” part I, lines 221-228  Hamlet, act 1, sc.  line 90 15 Now if I can make clear to you something of what this kingdom means, it will help you, I believe, more than any other one thing to get a correct perspective of the Word of God and of life. Basically, mention of the kingdom lies in the Old Testament. When John the Baptist appeared with the Lord Jesus Christ, they began with the message: “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” Now, neither the Lord Jesus nor John explained it; neither shed any light upon it in the sense of attempting to define it. This argues that the people to whom they were speaking understood what they meant. It is that kingdom which, at first, had been vouchsafed to David, of which God said to him, “Ill bring One to sit on your throne, Ill bring the Messiah, and He will reign in righteousness and justice and peace on this earth (see 2 Samuel 7:12-17). The prophets took up this song and sang it in the dark hours of the night. A day was coming when Jerusalem would become the very center of this earth—the Capital City, if you please. It was the bright ray of hope in the darkest hour of these people. They sang that the entire earth would be ruled over by this One who was to come. Even nature would be affected. The desert would blossom as the rose. The sun, moon and stars would be affected. Just as the events that took place in Bethlehem made it outshine all the other thousands of cities of Judah, so is this little planet of ours made the jewel of the great universe of God—for here is where the glory of God was to break! May I say that this kingdom is a progressive and growing thing! Isaiah said: Of the increase of His government and peace there will be no end, upon the throne of David and over His kingdom, to order it and establish it with judgment and justice from that time forward, even forever. The zeal of the LORD of hosts will perform this. (Isaiah 9:7) My own point of view—and like many McGee theories, it may not be too good—is that this kingdom will increase and grow throughout eternity. That is going to be one of the glories of it. There will be nothing static or sterile about this kingdom at all; it will be characterized by constant growth! And I think it is defined in our petition, “Your kingdom come.” Your Will be Done on Earth as it is in Heaven “Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” What does the Lord Jesus mean as He gives this petition? Is it that the will of God, which is all prevailing in heaven, shall ultimately prevail here upon this earth? Yes, His glory will shine forth on this earth! It is Gods intention that His will shall someday prevail here where rebellion has broken out and man lives in sin and unbelief. AMEN.

 Week # 6

Weekly Pattern:      Priorities

 Prayers from the Bible:

 Questions: These questions are (Agree/disagree) explain as much as you can.

 1). The Kingdom of God is not a real earthly Kingdom, it’s a spiritual kingdom – Agree/Disagree
2). The Kingdom of God is something Jesus didn’t really talk about – Agree/Disagree
3). The Kingdom of God has not yet come. It will come when Jesus returns – Agree/Disagree
4). The Kingdom of God is something only church leaders can see – Agree/Disagree
5). The Kingdom of God is something all Christians are meant to build – Agree/Disagree
6). The Kingdom of God is as small as a mustard seed but stretches across the world – Agree/Disagree
7). The Kingdom of God is something Jesus said had arrived – Agree/Disagree
8). The kingdom of God is located in Jerusalem – Agree/Disagree

 Weekly Reading Assignment: (Acts 11-12)

 Weekly Song:  (Matthew 26:30)

 Weekly Praise:        Praise the Lord

 Let’s Hallow His name by rehearsing Who He is:

 Ending Prayer:

Standing On God's Word

Jesus Is The Reason

simple Ula

I want to be rich. Rich in love, rich in health, rich in laughter, rich in adventure and rich in knowledge. You?


Suntaa Abudu Ibrahim


Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.

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