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Ojcze nasz, któryś jest w niebie święć się imię Twoje; przyjdź królestwo Twoje; bądź wola twoja, jako w niebie tak i na ziemi. Chleba naszego powszedniego daj nam dzisiaj i dopuść nam nasze winy, jako i my odpuszczamy naszym winowajcom. I nie wódź nas na pokuszenie, ale nas zbaw ode złego. Amen
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Answer Also said as penance after confession. Answer During the Mass, during recitation of the rosary, during Stations of the Cross, and during pe…rsonal prayer.
El Padre Nuestro Padre nuestro, que estas en el cielo Santificado sea tu nombre Venga a nosotros tu reino Hagase tu voluntad El la tierra como en el cielo Danos hoy nuestro pa…n cotidiano Perdona nuestras deudas Asi como nosotros perdonamos a nuestros deudores Y no nos metas en tentacion Y libranos del mal Amen
If you are not a Vice lord this should not be important to you. Not to be rude but only Vice Lords should know this
This is an excellent question, one which many non-religious and religious Americans likely share. President Obama, being of Muslim heritage, and by choice attending The …Trinity United Church of Christ for 20 years, has studied black liberation theology. The Reverend Doctor Jeremiah Wright, President Obama's spritual advisor, teaches the teachings of James Cone, of black liberation. President Obama may not even know the Lord's Prayer. More likely he chose to acknowledge those atheists who sued to keep God out of the Inauguration.
Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, On earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And f…orgive us our trespasses, As we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, But deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever. Amen.
You can do it either by reading the words starting from the end and reading to the beginning or by reading each letter starting from the end and going forwards. Please note th…at this would then no longer be the Lord's Prayer-but rather some gibberish. There are urban legends that this is a cult or Satanist practice so we'll leave it to you to decide. ~~ The 'gibberish' pronounciation could be read as follows: Nema! Livee, morf su revilled tub noishaytpmet ootni ton suh deel sus tshaiga sapsert taht yeth. Vigrawf eu za sesapsert rua suh vigrawf derb ilaid rua yed sith suh vig neveh ni si za thre ni nud eeb liw eyth muck modngik eyth main eyth eeb dwohlah nevah ni tra chioo. Retharf rua! And the actual written version of it backwards is spelled like this: Nema! live morf su reviled tub noi tatpment otni, ton su dael dna su tsniaga ssapsert ohw esoht evigrof ew sa, sessapsert ruo su evigrof dna daerb yliad ruo yad siht su evig nevaeh ni si ti sa htrae no enod eb lliw emoc modgnik yht, eman yht eb dewollah nevaeh ni tra ohw rehtaf ruo!
Because the lord taught it and told us to say it.
Yes. It is the form of prayer expressly recommended by Jesus in Matthew 6:9 and Luke 11:2
The Lord's prayer is found in Mat 6:9-15 It was given to His disciples as a model after which they could pattern their prayers. Our Father in heaven. Prayer should be address…ed to God the Father in acknowledgment of His sovereignty over the universe. Hallowed be Your name. We should begin our prayers with worship, ascribing praise and honor to Him who is so worthy of it. 6:10 Your kingdom come. After worship, we should pray for the advancement of God's cause, putting His interests first. Specifically, we should pray for the day when our Savior-God, the Lord Jesus Christ, will set up His kingdom on earth and reign in righteousness. Your will be done. In this petition we acknowledge that God knows what is best and that we surrender our will to His. It also expresses a longing to see His will acknowledged throughout the world. On earth as it is in heaven. This phrase modifies all three preceding petitions. The worship of God, the sovereign rule by God, and the performance of His will are all a reality of heaven. The prayer is that these conditions might exist on earth as they do in heaven. 6:11 Give us this day our daily bread. After putting God's interests first, we are permitted to present our own needs. This petition acknowledges our dependence on God for daily food, both spiritual and physical. 6:12 And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. This does not refer to judicial forgiveness from the penalty of sin (that forgiveness is obtained by faith in the Son of God). Rather this refers to the parental forgiveness that is necessary if fellowship with our Father is to be maintained. If believers are unwilling to forgive those who wrong them, how can they expect to be in fellowship with their Father who has freely forgiven them for their wrongdoings? 6:13 And do not lead us into temptation. God does allow His people to be tested and tried. This petition expresses a healthy distrust of one's own ability to resist temptations or to stand up under trial. It acknowledges complete dependence on the Lord for preservation. But deliver us from the evil one. This is the prayer of all who desperately desire to be kept from sin by the power of God. It is the heart's cry for daily salvation from the power of sin and Satan in one's life. For Yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen. The last sentence of the prayer is omitted in the Roman Catholic and most modern Protestant Bibles since it is lacking in many ancient manuscripts. However, such a doxology is the perfect ending to the prayer and is in the majority of manuscripts. It should, as John Calvin writes, "not only warm our hearts to press toward the glory of God ... but also to tell us that all our prayers ... have no other foundation than God alone."
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Matthew Chapter 6
Because the prayer was taught to the people by Jesus (who is believed by Christians to be God or Lord, as one of the three in The Trinity, the unity of "The Father, Son, and H…oly Ghost").
The Lord's prayer means "主祷文" in Chinese. "主祷文" pronounce "Zhu Dao Wen". Both "Zhu" and "Dao" pronounce the falling-rising tone and "Wen" pronounces the rising ton…e.
In The Bible
What is commonly referred to as the Lord's prayer, found in Luke 11:2-4 and a slightly different version of it in Matthew 6:9-13, is actually not a prayer but a pattern for a …prayer. Neither is it the Lord's, for the Lord never prayed "Our Father" but "My Father", and He never prayed for forgiveness - He never needed it. "The Lord's prayer" is very useful for a new convert especially, to learn the basics of how to address God, the attitude of prayer and what to pray about, I wouldn't say it's beautiful, but it's brief and to the point as well as being instructive. If you would like to read the real Lord's prayer - it is found in John 17 (the entire chapter) and what a beautiful prayer it is!
Ojcze nasz, któryś jest w niebie święć się imię Twoje; przyjdź królestwo Twoje; bądź wola Twoja jako w niebie tak i na ziemi; chleba naszego powszedniego da…j nam dzisiaj; i odpuść nam nasze winy, jako i my odpuszczamy naszym winowajcom; i nie wódź nas na pokuszenie; ale nas zbaw od złego. Amen.
You can do anything you like Christianity has no regulation s regarding this.
In The Bible
The passage in the Bible that many people have been taught to call the "Lord's Prayer" [Matt.6:9-13]... is NOT a prayer at all; nor does the Bible call it "The Lord's Pray…er." It's a "prayer outline": elements that one should include when praying to the Father in heaven. As Jesus tells us: "When you pray, don't babble on and on as people of other religions do. They think their prayers are answered only by repeating their words again and again. Don't be like them, because your Father knows exactly what you need even before you ask Him!" (Matt.6:7-8 NLT New Living Translation) Then, Jesus tells us [and He is NOT PRAYING, here] -- He says: "PRAY LIKE THIS: Our Father in heaven, may your name be honored..." (verse 9). So, what do deceived men do when they gather into religious groups? They "repeat" this prayer outline again and again, just as Jesus teaches us NOT to do. The "prayer outline" in Matthew 6 is a "teaching tool" to learn how to pray... and to learn some of the things that should be important elements in our daily lives. People still haven't learned how "sacred" the Father's name is [point one of Jesus' outline - see also the Third Commandment, regarding God's NAME]. People still don't seem to know that God is bringing the Kingdom of God to earth, where His will, laws and rule will eventually BE DONE. The Kingdom of God is the "gospel" [good news] message of Jesus Christ [see Mark 1:14-15] People obsess over the sating of their stomachs [over bread which feeds the body]... and neglect the Bread of Life, the Word of God, the character-builder that feeds and nourishes the spirit within us. And people around the world UTTERLY REFUSE TO FORGIVE ONE ANOTHER -- the single most important problem and lesson that mankind needs to learn in order to be born into God's future Immortal Family... because the first two people God created chose the "wrong god" [the god of this world] to worship and obey. Jesus concludes His prayer outline by referring to that last important lesson for His creation, man, created in God's image: "If you forgive those who sin against you [as Jesus would later do when he is murdered by His creation], your heavenly Father will forgive you. But if you refuse to forgive others, your Father will not forgive your sins." (verses 14-15) So, while the "Lord's Prayer," as men call it, is a terrific "prayer outline study"... God provides His creation with an abundant selection of Holy Spirit-inspired prayers in the book of "Psalms." And men would be better disposed to offer any or all of these heart-felt pleas, cries and/or shouts of praise to the Father in heaven, to say. I've always been partial to Psalm 51: "Have Mercy on me, O God, because of your unfailing Love. Because of your great compassion, blot out the stain of my sins...". Our prayers mean so much more when we can "identify" with them... and not just "say" them.