The Lord's Prayer

It is a prayer we say every Sunday in the life of the church.  It is lifted up because it is a prayer given directly by Jesus.  Although it is very short, the lines are full of meaning and purpose, which merit close study.  On September 10 and 17, we will be looking at this prayer at it's versions from Matthew and Luke, and learning more about what it means to pray, and learn more about to whom we are praying.  

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