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The Lord’s Prayer Revisited — 5 Comments

  1. God keeps saying in His word that none of His words shall pass away. Over and over we are reminded not to remove anything from the scripture because every scripture is breathed by God and it is good to rebuke, build and so forth..my point is we cannot subtract any word from the bible and say they are irrelevant, that is the spirit of error. Jesus is sovereign and eternal. So the Lords prayer will be there till the end of time. We are not allowed to remove and to add anything from the book of truth of the Lord. And we must also analyse everything we say before we share it with others because that is how deception takes place.

  2. Hello Neville

    In “speaking the truth in love”
    (Eph. 4:15 NKJV), it is a serious error to say that “Jesus said to pray to The Father and not Him”. He never said not to pray to Him.

    Scripture clearly shows us that we CAN pray to the LORD Jesus; Stephen did: “And they stoned Stephen as he was calling on God and saying, “Lord Jesus, receive my spirit.” Acts 7:59.

    Also, Paul repeatedly prayed to the Lord, and the Lord answered him: “Concerning this thing I pleaded with the Lord three times that it might depart from me. And He said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for My strength is made perfect in weakness.” 2 Cor. 12:8‭-‬9.

    With kind regards
    Jacob

    • Stephen was telling Jesus he was coming home.
      Paul was asking for healing.  We are told to command that in Jesus’ Name, not ask god to do it.
      Paul also asked God not to ask him to do something.
      Jesus said Matthew 6.33, if we obeyed God and did His Will, we would not have to ask for what we needed.

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