Reflections on the Lord’s Prayer

I am sending you blessings from Day of Grace.

Day of Grace

As I look back on what I have learned the last few days I am again amazed at how much I have to learn. I am also in awe of a God who lets us learn at a pace that is right for each one of us.  I have said the Lord’s Prayer all my life.  It is probably the second prayer I learned, the first being “now I lay me down to sleep”  which I still pray sometimes because it comforts me.

Here I will share some of the new things I learned about this prayer…and some of the things that I had forgotten or have been taking for granted.

  • Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name

Jesus tells us to pray to our Father, His and mine and yours.  Father is a personal and intimate term.  Not just anyone is your father only he who gives you…

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