For people who read and take the Bible seriously, there are many more names for God than just, “God.” The primary one is “Father,” though for some people, that is a difficult image because of their experiences with others. What can we do about this? Based on Isaiah 9.2-7 and Isaiah 66.7-13, you can listen to some biblical thoughts on it here:
Reformation Sunday, that which Protestants celebrate nearest October 31, commemorates the beginning of what Martin Luther had hoped would be a re-forming of the church from within. It took on a life of its own before he knew it, and the Protestant Reformation, as we know it, is said to have begun on October 31, 1517, when Luther nailed 95 propositions for the reforming of the church to the cathedral door in Wittenberg, Germany.
We look at the “whos” of prayer appropriately on this day, recognizing that it is God alone to whom we are invited to pray according to Scripture. Listen to this message by clicking this link.