Posts in The Lord's Prayer
The Lord's Prayer: Yours Is the Kingdom

The Lord's prayer has helped us take on a heavenly perspective, and we are not about to let go of it as we say "Amen". In closing this prayer, let's renew our focus once again, proclaiming God's will above all. May He be glorified in all that we do.

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The Lord's Prayer: Deliver us from evil

Do you know what's much more important than the big-screen TV you really want? It's the grace needed to live a life of righteousness. May we always and whole-heartedly seek to honor God.

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The Lord's Prayer: Forgive Us As We Forgive

If we are ever in need of something, it is God's mercy. Even still this request for God's forgiveness is not one-sided. We pray, "Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us."

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The Lord's Prayer: Give us this Day our Daily Bread

Only after a time of praise and ensuring that our heart is fully submitted to God, do we bring requests for our own earthly needs before God in prayer. The placement of this petition "give us this day our daily bread" is not the only challenge of this verse, however. 

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The Lord's Prayer: Your Will Be Done

Probably one of the hardest things to pray and really mean is this third petition of the Lord's Prayer: God, not mine but Your will be done - fully and completely! Let's consider what it means for God's will to be done on earth as it is in heaven.

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The Lord's Prayer: Your Kingdom Come

When we pray, we approach our heavenly Father who is also a King. We come with a desire to advance His kingdom and worship our Ruler. Let's take a look at this second petition of the Lord's Prayer.

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The Lord's Prayer: Hallowed Be Your Name

Honor God above all else! That should be our attitude always, specifically when we approach God in prayer. As we study through the Lord's Prayer and examine just how Jesus taught us to pray, we pause here to consider what it means to “hallow His name”.

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The Lord's Prayer: Our Father in Heaven

As we begin to look at the Lord's Prayer, we are going to pause and take a look at this greeting. How should we approach the throne of God? How should we address our heavenly Father? Let us be conscientious of whom we are approaching in prayer.

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