Category: Topical Study Outlines

Notable Prayers of the New Testament

Notable Prayers of the New Testament

Prayers of Jesus

  • The Model Prayer (Matthew 6:9-15)

  • Thanksgiving for things hidden and revealed (Matthew 11:25-26)

  • Thankging God for hearing Him at the grave of Lazarus (John 1:41-42)

  • That Peter’s faith would not fail (Luke 22:21-32)

  • The High Priestly Prayer (John 17)

  • Prayer of surrender in Gethsemane (Luje 21:41-44)

  • A prayer on the Cross (Luje 23:34)

The Prayer of the Self Righteous Pharisee (Luke 18:11-12)

The Tax Collector’s Prayer for Mercy (Luje 18:13-14)

The Crucified Crook Prays, “Lord Remember Me” (Luke 23:42-43)

Stephen Intercedes for his killers (Acts 7:59-60_

The Final Prayer, Come Quicklt Lord (Revelation 22:20)

Doctrine of Adoption

Doctrine of Adoption

Adoption¬†is the admission of a believer into the family of God, positionally, as sons and daughters. In the Ordo Salutis (“order of salvation”), adoption is the step immediately subsequent to justification. The following outline, with Scritpure References, is offered to help you to begin your study on the Doctrine of Adoption


I. We obtain sonshp through the Holy Spirit placing us into the family of God (Romans 8:14-15)

II.  Adoption is through faith in Christ (John 1:12, Galatians 3:26, Ephesians 1:5)

III. We become joint heirs with Christ (Romans 8:17)

IV. The Holy Spirit testifies to our adoption (Romans 8:16, Galatians 4:5-6)

V. Our Inheritance is incorruptible (1 Peter 1:4)

VI. Gentiles are also adopted through the Gospel (Ephesians 3:6)