June 16th , 2024 - 9:00am Modern Worship

This message talks about the opening lines of the Lord's Prayer, 'Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name.' We learn that addressing God as 'Our Father' emphasizes our interconnectedness as God's children, transcending differences and reminding us to pray with a sense of community. The parable of the prodigal son illustrates the depth of God's fatherly love, which surpasses the limitations of earthly fathers. We discover that God is omnipresent, not confined to a specific place and that we can see Him in our daily lives and interactions. The sermon explores the significance of hallowing God's name and recognizing His unparalleled holiness and greatness. By living in alignment with the gospel, we magnify God's glory to the world, just as a microscope or telescope reveals the true vastness and beauty of creation. Ultimately, we are inspired to let our lives be a living testament to God's presence, allowing others to glorify our Heavenly Father through our actions.