When Jesus teaches his disciples to pray, he keeps it simple, offering fewer than 100 words to form the Lord's Prayer. Despite its brevity, the Lord's Prayer presents a profound framework for our relationship to God and a model for how we ought to pray and live. From the first word to the last, the prayer calls us to reorient ourselves and our lives back into God’s goodness and will.
This collection of essays explores each line of the Lord's Prayer and provides insight into how we, like the disciples, may be bold to say and live into these words of petition and praise.
- Rachel Jones
- Forward Movement