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  1. The Lord’s Prayer is the prayer that Jesus taught his disciples, when they asked him how they should pray. The Church of England 10K subscribers What line of The Lord’s Prayer stands out to you the most and why?
  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.
  3. Apr 09,  · The Lord's Prayer; Artist Hillsong Worship; Album There Is More; Licensed to YouTube by Hillsong (on behalf of Hillsong Music and Resources LLC); Capitol CMG Publishing, LatinAutor, Adorando.
  4. Jan 11,  · "The Lord's Prayer" is a musical setting of the Lord's Prayer written by Albert Hay Malotte in
  5. The two sermons found in this section record some fascinating insights into the Lord's prayer. John Wesley (born , died aged 87 in ) is the founder of the modern day Methodist movement. His most famous theological insight is "Christian Perfection", a belief that the love of God can reign supreme in the believers heart.
  6. Apr 19,  · The Lord’s Prayer. 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.” Matthew – The Lord’s Prayer is so familiar that it is easy to miss its depth and complexity. In the first sentence alone, Jesus includes four declarations.
  7. The Lord's Prayer is the model of prayer that Jesus taught us, as recorded in the gospels of Matthew and Luke. It is presented here in traditional and modern language - Matthew Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done.
  8. In this section of the site, the Lord's prayer has been broken down into separate sentences and then analysed by the writings of famous biblical theologians and scholars. The section begins with introductory comments and summaries of the prayer, followed by an exploration of the phrase " .

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