The Lord's Prayer. It's the prayer Jesus taught us to pray to God, right? Or is it rather the <em>manner</em> in which we should address Him? When we look at the passage in context, we see that Jesus was warning us against using it as a sort of magical, all-purpose recitation. Instead, it ought to remind us that before we can pray we must acknowledge that God is holy ? or ?hallowed? ? and engage with Him from a realization of His goodness and greatness.

Scripture References: Matthew 6:1-10


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Todd Wagner

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In 1999, a group of friends and I desired to be the same awe-inspiring community that we saw in the Scriptures and to connect God's people with opportunities to know... Read more