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The Lord's Prayer
I cannot pray "OUR," if my faith has no room for
others and their need.
I cannot pray "FATHER," if I do not demonstrate this
relationship to God in my daily living.
I cannot pray "WHO ART IN HEAVEN," if all of my
interests and pursuits are in earthly things.
I cannot pray "HALLOWED BE THY NAME," if I am not
striving for God's help to be holy.
I cannot pray "THY KINGDOM COME," if I am unwilling
to accept God's rule in my life.
I cannot pray "THY WILL BE DONE," if I am unwilling
or resentful of having it in my life.
I cannot pray "IN EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN," unless
I am truly ready to give myself to God's
service here and now.
I cannot pray "GIVE US THIS DAY OUR DAILY BREAD,"
without expending honest effort for it or
if I would withhold from my neighbor the bread I receive.
I cannot pray "FORGIVE US OUR TRESPASSES AS WE
FORGIVE THOSE WHO TRESPASS AGAINST US,"
if I continue to harbor a grudge against anyone.
I cannot pray "LEAD US NOT INTO TEMPTATION," if I
deliberately choose to remain in a situation
where I am likely to be tempted.
I cannot pray "DELIVER US FROM EVIL," if I am not
prepared to fight with my life and my prayer.
I cannot pray "THINE IS THE KINGDOM," if I am
unwilling to obey the King.
I cannot pray "THINE IS THE POWER AND THE GLORY," if
I am seeking power for myself and my own glory first.
I cannot pray 'FOREVER AND EVER," if I am too
anxious about each day's affairs.
I cannot pray "AMEN," unless I honestly say "Not
will, but THY will be done, so let it be."
But when ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as the heathen do:
think that they shall be heard for their much speaking. Be not ye
therefore like unto them: for your heavenly Father knoweth what
have need of before ye ask Him. St. Matthew 6:7-8
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