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Week 6 – The Lord's Prayer

Petitions 5-7


This week we will finish the rest of the Lord’s Prayer.  Although Jesus taught His disciples to pray using the Lord’s Prayer, it is not the only prayer that we can use.  We will also get a chance to pray more of Luther’s Daily Prayers, and we can see how they have some very similar themes to the Lord’s Prayer.


October 16th, 2017 – Ask a Blessing before a Meal (Daily Prayers, p24)

  •       Use this prayer before a meal today, or another day this week.  How is this prayer            similar or different to your typical before meal prayer?

October 17th, 2017 – The Fifth Petition of the Lord’s Prayer and Explanation (p12-13)

  •       Think of a time when it has been hard for you to forgive someone.  What did they do        to you, and were you able to forgive them?
  •       Why do you think God wants us to forgive other people?

October 18th, 2017 – The Sixth Petition of the Lord’s Prayer and Explanation (p13)

  •       When do you feel like the devil tempts you the most?  What are you most tempted            by?
  •       How can God help you to resist temptation?  Explain.


October 19th, 2017 – The Seventh Petition of the Lord’s Prayer and Explanation (p13)

  •       What are some examples of some ‘evil’ things that God protects you from?
  •       What is the hope that this petition gives to Christians?


October 20th, 2017 – Luther’s Evening Prayer (Daily Prayers, p24)

  •       What similar themes do you see between Luther’s Evening Prayer and the Lord’s              Prayer (p9)?
  •       Pray Luther’s Evening Prayer tonight before bed


October 21st, 2017 – The Conclusion of the Lord’s Prayer and Explanation (p14)

  •       Why is ‘Amen’ a fitting ending to a prayer?


October 22nd, 2017 – The Lord’s Prayer (p9)

  •       Pray the whole Lord’s Prayer from start to finish. Take a short pause between each petition, and reflect on what each petition means.