Living the Lord’s Prayer

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Most of us have been taught that the Lord’s Prayer is a guide of how to pray and what to pray for, but have you ever wrestled with it as a guide of how we are to live? We do see within the Lord’s Prayer that God is the one who acts. We ask God […]

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Most of us have been taught that the Lord’s Prayer is a guide of how to pray and what to pray for, but have you ever wrestled with it as a guide of how we are to live? We do see within the Lord’s Prayer that God is the one who acts. We ask God that his will be done on earth, that he gives us daily bread, to forgive our sins, keep us from temptation, and deliver us from evil. Then we wait to see how God acts upon this prayer. This is not wrong, but the questions we asked in this series were, “How should we live in response to the Lord’s Prayer? And “How might the Lord’s Prayer change my life and perhaps change the world at the same time?” We spent 9 weeks at 9:30 am learning how to live the Lord’s Prayer!

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