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The Lords Prayer

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  1. Jan 02,  · Answer: The Lord’s Prayer is a prayer the Lord Jesus taught His disciples in Matthew and Luke Matthew says, “This, then, is how you should pray: 'Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
  2. His answer was what we call the “Our Father” or the “ Lord’s Prayer.” This prayer is a perfect model of how we should pray and for what things we should pray, and in what order. First off, this prayer teaches us that we should desire the glory and honor of God as the first intention of our prayer, no matter what we may be praying for.
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  4. Very early on, liturgical usage concluded the Lord's Prayer with a doxology. In the Didache, we find, "For yours are the power and the glory for ever." 4 The Apostolic Constitutions add to the beginning: "the kingdom," and this is the formula retained to our day in ecumenical prayer. 5 The Byzantine tradition adds after "the glory" the words "Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.".
  5. The Lord's Prayer. Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread.
  6. Jan 02,  · Many people misunderstand the Lord’s Prayer to be a prayer we are supposed to recite word for word. Some people treat the Lord’s Prayer as a magic formula, as if the words themselves have some specific power or influence with God. The Bible teaches the opposite. God is far more interested in our hearts when we pray than He is in our words.
  7. Oct 15,  · T his is not just a prayer, it is a powerful invocation and evocation of Consciousness, one of the most important formulas of power in the Christian tradition. For many centuries it was the practice of fervent Christians to perpetually recite the Lord’s prayer, often using a .
  8. The Lord's Prayer (traditional words to the Our Father) Our Father, which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy Name.

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