Bible Center Church
Summer in the Psalms, Part 1
Praying with Jesus in Mind | Psalm 2 | Pastor Matt Friend | 06.02.19
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Above all else, Psalms is our prayer book.

If Psalms is a garden of prayer, Psalms 1 and 2 are the gate.
Psalms 1 and 2 are like pillars flanking the way into prayer. They are a pair, working together to put our feet on the path that goes from the non-praying world (in which we are habitually distracted and intimidated), into the praying world where we come to attention and practice adoration. –Eugene Peterson
Psalm 1: Pray with God’s Word in mind. (John 15:7)

Psalm 2: Pray with Jesus in mind.
(2 Samuel 7; John 4:25-26; Acts 13:26-33; Philippians 2:5-11; Hebrews 1:1-5; 5:5; Revelation 1:5; 2:26-27; 12:5)
When we pray with Jesus in mind, we...

1. Pray Calmly.
(vv. 1-6; cf. Psalm 121; Matthew 6:9-13; Colossians 3:15-17)
When we pray with Jesus in mind, we...

2. Pray Courageously.
(vv. 7-9; cf. Acts 4:23-37; Revelation 6; 19:11-16)
When we pray with Jesus in mind, we...

3. Pray Compassionately.
(vv. 10-12; cf. Psalm 67; Matthew 9:38; 20:18-20; Acts 1:8)
Pray calmly.
Pray courageously.
Pray compassionately.

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