OpenTheo

Matthew 6:9 - 6:10 (Part 4)

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In this lesson, Steve Gregg continues his teachings on the Lord's Prayer portion of Chapter 6 of the Gospel of Matthew. He emphasizes the idea that as a Christian disciple, one does not own oneself or one's possessions, and that one should focus on eternal matters and the will of God. While it is acceptable to ask God for things, one should not neglect important issues or pray for comfort and luxury. Gregg advises that one should trust in God to provide for what is needed today and in the future, without storing up goods.

Share

FacebookTwitterRedditCopy Link

Transcript

Series by Steve Gregg

The Life and Teachings of Christ
The Life and Teachings of Christ
This 180-part series by Steve Gregg delves into the life and teachings of Christ, exploring topics such as prayer, humility, resurrection appearances,
Joel
Joel
Steve Gregg provides a thought-provoking analysis of the book of Joel, exploring themes of judgment, restoration, and the role of the Holy Spirit.
Cultivating Christian Character
Cultivating Christian Character
Steve Gregg's lecture series focuses on cultivating holiness and Christian character, emphasizing the need to have God's character and to walk in the
Church History
Church History
Steve Gregg gives a comprehensive overview of church history from the time of the Apostles to the modern day, covering important figures, events, move
Charisma and Character
Charisma and Character
In this 16-part series, Steve Gregg discusses various gifts of the Spirit, including prophecy, joy, peace, and humility, and emphasizes the importance
Word of Faith
Word of Faith
"Word of Faith" by Steve Gregg is a four-part series that provides a detailed analysis and thought-provoking critique of the Word Faith movement's tea
3 John
3 John
In this series from biblical scholar Steve Gregg, the book of 3 John is examined to illuminate the early developments of church government and leaders
1 John
1 John
Steve Gregg teaches verse by verse through the book of 1 John, providing commentary and insights on topics such as walking in the light and love of Go
Three Views of Hell
Three Views of Hell
Steve Gregg discusses the three different views held by Christians about Hell: the traditional view, universalism, and annihilationism. He delves into
Zephaniah
Zephaniah
Experience the prophetic words of Zephaniah, written in 612 B.C., as Steve Gregg vividly brings to life the impending judgement, destruction, and hope
More Series by Steve Gregg

More on OpenTheo

#204 A pastor deconstructs his faith, questions of sin and strugging with unforgiveness and other pastoral questions with Tom Wright  (Replay)
#204 A pastor deconstructs his faith, questions of sin and strugging with unforgiveness and other pastoral questions with Tom Wright (Replay)
Ask NT Wright Anything
February 1, 2024
From the archives: We hope you'll enjoy this pastoral episode with Tom as he addresses pressing questions on challenging family dynamics, navigating u
How Can We Apply the Bible to Our Lives if We’re Not Supposed to Read Our Circumstances into It?
How Can We Apply the Bible to Our Lives if We’re Not Supposed to Read Our Circumstances into It?
#STRask
February 5, 2024
Questions about how to apply the Bible to our lives if we’re supposed to read it in context and not insert our circumstances into it and how to respon
Exploring the Church Fathers
Exploring the Church Fathers
For The King
February 18, 2024
The church father's are DEFINITELY worth reading! We have to be a people rooted in history. We already stand on the shoulders of giants, we might as w
#205 What is Prayer, really?
#205 What is Prayer, really?
Ask NT Wright Anything
February 8, 2024
In this episode, Tom answers listener questions on prayer and shares some of his own habits and approaches to praying -- If God knows our needs, what’
If Only Eve Had Eaten the Fruit, Would Sin Still Have Entered the World?
If Only Eve Had Eaten the Fruit, Would Sin Still Have Entered the World?
#STRask
February 15, 2024
Questions about whether sin still would have entered the world if only Eve had eaten the fruit, the theological explanation for why Jesus did not inhe
Do You Know God?
Do You Know God?
Sermons of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
January 30, 2024
John 8:19 — There is no higher goal in life than to know God. But how can sinful humans ever hope of having a true relationship with the Creator of al
My Peace I Give to You
My Peace I Give to You
Sermons of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
February 3, 2024
John 14:27 — Like being in the eye of a hurricane, Jesus’s disciples were enjoying the peace of being in the presence of Christ. In the midst of this
Not by Might ...
Not by Might ...
Sermons of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
February 8, 2024
Acts 2:1-47 — What is the grounding of the Christian faith? In this sermon on Acts 7:1-47, Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones preaches on the great reality that t
What Shall We Do?
What Shall We Do?
Sermons of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
February 15, 2024
Acts 2:37-40 — The great need for every person living on earth is not for the world to be made a better place, but for their souls to be saved from et
Is Christianity Really a Story of Reality?
Is Christianity Really a Story of Reality?
#STRask
February 1, 2024
Questions about whether Christianity is about following Jesus rather than a story of reality, what John the Baptist meant when he said, “He must incre
The Right Approach
The Right Approach
Sermons of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
February 1, 2024
John 12:21 — Why do some people never seem to find fulfillment when they come to Jesus? Why do they never find rest, peace, and satisfaction in Him? I
What Happened to Young, Restless, and Reformed?
What Happened to Young, Restless, and Reformed?
Life and Books and Everything
January 24, 2024
In this extra-long episode, Kevin teams up with Justin and Collin to talk about something they were all deeply involved in: the movement known as the
If We Can’t Impose a Moral Standard from One Period of Time on Another, How Does That Affect the Moral Argument?
If We Can’t Impose a Moral Standard from One Period of Time on Another, How Does That Affect the Moral Argument?
#STRask
January 29, 2024
Questions about how one can use the moral argument and also say we can’t impose a moral standard from one period of time on another and responding to
How Concerned Should I Be about My Spouse Believing in Annihilationism?
How Concerned Should I Be about My Spouse Believing in Annihilationism?
#STRask
January 22, 2024
Questions about how concerned one should be and what to do about a spouse who now believes in annihilationism and how to navigate differences in doctr
Can You Argue Straight from the Existence of Evil to the Existence of the Christian God?
Can You Argue Straight from the Existence of Evil to the Existence of the Christian God?
#STRask
February 19, 2024
Questions about whether one can argue from the existence of evil straight to the Christian God or if more arguments are required to get there and whet