The Lord’s Prayer is one of the most beloved portions of Scripture. It is where Jesus teaches His disciples how to pray. While it is certainly proper to pray the prayer as it is given, especially when we think carefully about what we are saying, it does not seem that Jesus gave us this prayer, first and foremost, as words to recite verbatim. Instead, the primary intent that Jesus seems to have had in revealing the Lord’s Prayer to us was to give us a model for how we are to structure our prayers. We draw this conclusion from what prompted Christ to give this prayer to His disciples in the first place. The Lord’s Prayer provides for us and our children a model for structuring our prayers that will help us as we enter into His presence.
“Prayer is the most important thing in my life.” – Martin Luther
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