About the ninth hour of the day he saw clearly in a vision an angel of God come in and say to him, â€śCornelius.â€ť And he stared at him in terror and said, â€śWhat is it, Lord?â€ť And he said to him, â€śYour prayers and your alms have ascended as a memorial before Godâ€ť â€”Acts 10:3â€“4 (from Acts 10:1â€“4)
Beautiful and helpful I found Rev Clark's sermon really beautiful as if it was the Loed himslef that was speaking tome telling me how he likes to be talked to and and how he wants me to pray. Rev D gives lots of helpful tips on how to use the plams in adressing God. It was really beautiful and he has a lovely soft gentle voice that just speaks to your heart. Just great!
Awesome Sermon! Never heard such a wonderful sermon on prayer. I appreciate the emphasis of "Scripture-informed" prayer and how Rev. Clark discusses how the Psalms can help us structure our prayers, address God in the way He wants to be addressed and ... it's just so incredible you must hear this yourself. I've heard many pastors preach that we ought to pray, but I've never a heard a sermon so practical and helpful that puts the focus back on the Word in our prayer life. You will be blessed by this sermon!!
D. Marion Clark is the Executive Minister of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia. He was educated at the University of South Carolina and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Reverend Clark lives in Philadelphia with his wife Ginger and has two daughters, Sarah, and Jean....