The Lord’s Prayer – 4 – Our Daily Bread
One of the most often recited parts of the Bible is the Lord’s Prayer. But didn’t Jesus tell us not to make prayer a rote exercise? Maybe Jesus had something else in mind. In this new series, The Lord’s Prayer, we take an expanded look at what Jesus was teaching Christians about prayer.
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We’re working on our fourth in the series on the Lord’s Prayer. The title is Our Daily Bread. If you’re coming to this series in the middle of the movie, so to speak, you can hear the others in the series by going to our Website, liferesource.org, where you can listen, read or download them.
So far, we’ve made the point, earlier in the series, that what’s called the Lord’s Prayer is not some words to be recited, but an outline of how to pray and what to pray about. We can know this by considering the language Jesus used when He talked about it. Rather than saying, “This is a prayer to recite,” He said, “Pray this way.” That implies a way of praying, rather than something to recite. That said, we won’t go over the three things Jesus said to pray about, but go forward with the fourth thing – we’ve already covered the first three – Give us this day our daily bread.