Your mind doesn't feel the weight and fullness of his glory.
If I should live for other days, I pray the Lord to guide my ways.
The notion of asking God for forgiveness of sin is common in the Jewish tradition (such as in the Amidah, a prayer said by Jews three times a day) and the Jews of the day would have understood the type of forgiveness that Jesus was referring to.
Explore the Lord's prayer in more detail in our in-depth commentary section. The text in the traditional Lord's Prayer is based on the King James Bible, Matthew chapter 6, verses 9 to 11.
Each phrase reflects a different attribute of God and this Christian Power Point® explores the meaning of each attribute and the petition that Jesus' prayer reveals.
also offers additional Scripture references and examples of Jesus demonstrating God's attributes.
How do you define the sin of taking the Lord's name in vain?
Well that's a quote from the Ten Commandments: "Don't take the name of the Lord your God in vain." The idea of vanity (and I think the Hebrew carries this connotation) is "don't empty the name." So it doesn't just refer to a certain tone of voice or a certain use of the word. "—as well as speaking about him in trifling and flippant ways.
The Jews frequently used these doxologies to conclude prayers at the time of our Lord.As such it is in 'Early Modern English', a period of the English language dating from approximately 1470 to 1650 AD.This ready-to-use Christian Power Point presentation gives a fantastic in-depth look at the The Lord's Prayer (The Model Prayer).(The Didache also prescribed that the faithful recite the Our Father three times a day.) Also when copying the Scriptures, Greek scribes sometimes appended the doxology onto the original Gospel text of the Our Father; however, most texts today would omit this inclusion, relegate it to a footnote, or note that it was a later addition to the Gospel. 397) meditated on the meaning of “daily bread” in the context of the Holy Eucharist. In all instances, the Church saw this perfect prayer which our Lord gave to us as a proper means of preparing for Holy Communion.Our Father, which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy Name. For thine is the kingdom, The power, and the glory, For ever and ever. If we compare the original version of the Lord's Prayer (found in Matthew's Gospel) with the traditional version (seen above) the main difference between these versions is over the word "debts" or "trespasses".