When did you first learn the Lord’s Prayer?
Read Matthew 6:9-13.
The King James Bible ends with “For thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen”. This is because modern translations are based upon older and better manuscripts that had not yet been discovered in 1611 when the King James Bible was translated. Why is it helpful to read different translations of the Bible?
Regardless of whether the phrase was in the original prayer, why is it helpful to end our prayers with praise?
What does it mean that the Lord’s prayer is corporate?
How do we incorporate the idea that the Lord’s prayer is corporate when you are praying privately?
Why is it significant that the Lord’s prayer is addressed to “Our Father”?
What is the significance that God is in “heaven”?
What does hallowed be your name mean?
Why is it crucial that remember that God is holy?
How does the Lord’s prayer encourage full surrender to the will and mission of God?
How does this surrender keep our prayer focused properly?
How do we expand upon the meaning of “give us this day our daily bread”?
What do you think the prayer means “by lead us not into temptation?
What does 1 Corinthians 10:13 teach us about overcoming temptation?
Look at 1 Peter 5:8-9.
Why is it helpful to pray deliver us from the evil one?
Martin Luther based his three hour daily prayer time on the Lord’s prayer. How can you use the Lord’s Prayer as a model template for your prayers?
What is God saying to you?