Give us this day our daily bread

This is part of the "asking" part of the Lord's Prayer.  God loves us so much, He cares about what we care about. Our daily bread can also be asking for Him to be with us to lead us and guide us each day.  

Even though God knows all of our needs before we ask, He wants us to be partners with Him. He often gives us what we need before we ask, but He wants us to bring our requests to Him and then yield to His way and time to answer those requests.  He even loves to give us our heart's desires! But, we will save that point for a different time.

This is part of His loving relationship with us. If we know that He loves us more than we can comprehend, we will know that God gives only good gifts.  He is truly a good gift giver. And through the FRUIT of the spirit we can ask and yield and truly partner with Him in prayer.


As we came to this part of the Lord's Prayer, we realized that this is the pattern of the Kingdom of God!  It was so exciting to see the pattern unfolding and it had been in front of our eyes the whole time!  

Many times in scripture He says that we can do nothing without Him.  He is the vine, we are the branches.  This is the message of relationship with Jesus.  Him living inside of us produces fruit.  With that fruit (love, joy, peace... we share God's fruit with others.  One of those ways is PRAYER!  

The Scriptures say that God is glorified when we bear much FRUIT!  And where do fruitful prayers come from?  (Faith, Praise, Forgiveness and Repentance Unlock Inherited Treasures - all the things He had led us through!!) 

But, He is the one that knows what is best.  So, we can pray and ask, but the next part is to yield.  Or pray, "Your will be done on earth as it is in Heaven."  Sometimes, our will is not His will.  


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#8 Ask and Yield KJV pdf

#8 Ask and Yield IV pdf

Prayer Challenge

Work together with the children to make a prayer challenge for this Prayer Point.  Review the points of the lesson and come up with a challenge together.



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