The Lord’s Prayer is one of the most famous parts, not only of the Sermon on the Mount, but of all of Jesus’ teaching. It’s so well-known that linguists use it to study differences between languages. But the Lord’s Prayer should be of more than theoretical interest to us.
How we pray says a lot about us and about who we’re praying too.
Have you ever had the impression that someone was praying to make you think well of them? Do you ever do that?
Maybe it’s speaking differently to how they normally speak. Or using lots of fancy words. That says that we actually think the people listening to us pray are more important than the God we’re praying to.
Or can you think of prayers that are working really hard to convince God to answer? They’re full of descriptions of the
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