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The Lord's Prayer

Multimedia Prayer for Religious Education Part 1
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Kris Zebarth

on 29 July 2010

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Transcript of The Lord's Prayer

Double click anywhere & add an idea The Lord's Prayer Our Father
Who Art in Heaven
Hallowed be thy Name
Thy Kingdom Come,
Thy Will be Done
On Earth as it is in Heaven
Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread
And Forgive Us Our Tresspasses
As We Forgive Those Who Trespsass Against Us
Lead Us Not Into Temptation
But Deliver Us From Evil
Amen We acknowledge God Not only as our Father, but the father of EVERYONE! We are talking to our father as brothers and sisters lovingly addressing a parent. God is in Heaven, His domain. This will be our home one day, too! God is so great that even His name is holy! What an honour to be able to call him Father! The Kingdom of God will be here on Earth one day. We do not know the hour of its coming, but we do believe that Jesus will return and bring the Kingdom with him. God's will is carried out. We might not see its purpose, but his will is enacted for us. Heaven and Earth are both under God's rule. We recognize that we will let God act through us so that his will can be enacted. Jesus is the bread of life. We ask that he nourish our bodies and spirits each and every day. We are sinners! Being human means that we will sin and do evil deeds, but we seek forgiveness from our Heavenly Father for these missteps in our lives. Do we forgive others? We only ask that God treat us the way that we treat each other. After all, we already said that everyone is our brother and sister! We are weak and we can succumb to temptation. We ask that God spare us from this, but we acknowledge that it is His will, not ours, that is done. Evil is out there and we ask for God's help to overcome. He is our Deliverer and our Saviour.
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