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The Lord’s Prayer

THE LORD’S PRAYER, Summary

Jesus has given us an ideal model of prayer, which advises us to: 1) be aware that God is our loving daddy who desires that we pursue a relationship with Him; 2) long for God’s Kingdom to come; 3) recognize our need of God in every aspect of our lives, and rely on him...

THE LORD’S PRAYER, Part 6: Lead Us Not Into Temptation

Finally, Jesus wants us to be aware of how easily we fall into temptation. We often forget that Satan is the "prince of this world", though Jesus repeatedly referred to him as such (see John 12:31; 14:30-31; 16:11). The apostle Paul warned that: "our struggle is not...

THE LORD’S PRAYER, Part 4: Give Us Each Day Our Daily Bread

When Jesus uses the word "bread", he is referring to everything we need for our earthly existence. Our prayers should show our understanding and belief that God is our master provider, and that He cares about even our smallest daily needs. We need to be conscious of...

THE LORD’S PRAYER, Part 3: Your Kingdom Come

Our prayers should show that we long for the second coming of our Lord. At the time Jesus said these words, very few people acknowledged Him as the King of Kings. They weren’t looking for someone to liberate them from sin; but from the Roman oppression! Of...

THE LORD’S PRAYER, Part 2: Father, Hallowed Be Your Name

First and most importantly, our prayers must be directed to our Heavenly Father. It is interesting to note that the Israelites generally addressed God formally, using words such as these: "Ali" (my Father), or "Abinue" (our Father). In contrast,...

THE LORD’S PRAYER, Introduction

He said to them, ‘When you pray, say: "Father, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come. Give us each day our daily bread. Forgive us our sins, for we also forgive everyone who sins against us. And lead us not into temptation."’" (Luke 11:2-4) "Lord, teach us to...