On the Lord’s Prayer (3/3)

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been writing on the Lord’s Prayer (Matthew 6:9-13).  Today’s article is the last of three.  (Find the first article here and the second article here.) The first article noted that Jesus’ prayer finds a home squarely in Jewish liturgy of the first century.  It is not unlike other rabbinicContinue reading “On the Lord’s Prayer (3/3)”

On the Lord’s Prayer (part 2/3)

Last week’s article was the first of a three-part study of the Lord’s Prayer (Matthew 6:9-13).  The Lord’s Prayer, so familiar and comforting to all of us, is one that presents us with both a challenge and a choice.  Will we do things God’s way or our way? The last article took a broad view of the prayer, settingContinue reading “On the Lord’s Prayer (part 2/3)”