Episode 073 – The Lord’s Prayer Pt 9: Own It

Key Passage(s): Matthew 6:9-13

Throughout this series, we’ve looked at all of the various aspects of the Lord’s Prayer. In this final episode of the series, we look at several methods in which we can pray and utilize the Lord’s Prayer on a regular basis to take what we’ve learned and put into a practice. And in doing so, really owning this prayer in our lives so that it governs the way the way we think and live, and ultimately how we follow Jesus in the world today.

Discussion Questions

  • What was your biggest takeaway from the teaching?
  • Overall, what has been the most significant learning for you from this series?
  • What has been the most challenging aspect of the Lord’s Prayer for you? Why?
  • Which part of the Lord’s Prayer is your biggest area of strength? How so?
  • How would you live life differently if you had the Lord’s Prayer on the forefront of your mind and heart daily?
  • Out of the options given for engaging the Lord’s Prayer, which one was most helpful to you?
  • How do you plan on walking this out your prayer life?

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  1. Diane Six July 2, 2019 at 6:37 am - Reply

    I loved this series so much. What I thought of as a simple memorized prayer became beautiful and profound. This series inspired me to also say the 23rd Psalm before I fall asleep each night. God’s Word never ceases to comfort, teach, encourage, rebuke, and fill me each day. And you continue to make His Word come alive. Thanks Brad!

  2. Crystal Lorenzo July 14, 2019 at 7:03 pm - Reply

    I have said this prayer my whole life since I was little. My mother always had it hanging somewhere therefore I learned the words early on. As I got older I tried to understand the contexts. And now I do. I am excited to revise it to my understanding, ty Dwight for that possibility. Thank you Brad for this awesome series in something near and dear to me heart for so long.

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