Give Us Today Our Daily Bread

The word prayer is almost synonymous with making request. In fact, of the 21 replacements offered for “pray” on, fifteen of them refer to asking for something. Yet in the Lord’s prayer, it’s not until the fourth phrase that Jesus gets around to this aspect of prayer. Why does Jesus think so differently about prayer? What is He trying to show us?

Title: Give Us Today Our Daily Bread

Text: Matthew 6.11


  • order
  • content
  • communion


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