Eight weeks ago we started this series on Luke 11 and we started by talking about the “we” of prayer. You see, prayer is not just a gift that has been given to each of us, it is a gift that has been given to all of us. It is not just something that we do alone in our quiet time even though we are supposed to do it alone in our closet. It’s also something we’re called to do together. Acts 2 describes the church of Jerusalem as a people that gather in devotion to the word of God, to fellowship with each other and to prayer. They weren’t just people who prayed collectively, they prayed corporately. They didn’t just pray for each other, they also prayed with each other.
What we’ve been talking about for these couple of months is that prayer is not just where God joins us to Himself, but it’s also where God joins us to each other. In this week’s sermon, pastor Abie Kulynych teaches us that in prayer “God Gives Us Each Other.”