Sermons on Prayer

Our Deepest Prayer: Hallowed Be Your Name

Matthew 6:5-15

by John Piper

The Lord's Prayer teaches us to go to God for every need, especially our need to hallow him above all things.

Be Constant in Prayer for the Joy of Hope

Romans 12:12 and Ephesians 1:15-23

by John Piper

Praying in the Closet and in the Spirit

Matthew 6:1-15

by John Piper

Both disciplined and spontaneous prayer should flow from our confidence that God is already 100% on our side.

Put in the Fire for the Sake of Prayer

John 16:16-24

by John Piper

God can put his people through the fires of suffering to awaken their appetite for prayer.

Pray Like This: Hallowed Be Your Name

Matthew 6:5-18

by John Piper

The most significant reason to pray is to ask God to glorify himself.

Ask Your Father in Heaven

Matthew 7:7-12

by John Piper

God's lavish invitations to ask him for good things, with the promise that he will give them, is unimaginably wonderful.

Daniel's Defiance of Darius in Prayer

Daniel 6:1-13

by John Piper

Daniel was immersed in secular life but he still lived by prayer—daring, defiant, disciplined prayer.

The Power that Wields the Weapon

2 Thessalonians 3:1-2

by John Piper

The Weapon Serves the Wielding Power

Ephesians 6:17-20

by John Piper

Prayer and the Victory of God

Isaiah 37

by John Piper