4 - Give Us Our Daily Bread

Series: Teach Us To Pray

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May 9, 2022 | The Rev. Dr. Jonathan Bailes

    For Christians who live in developed and affluent countries, why ought we to pray for daily provisions when we already have resources to last much longer? In this session, we discuss what this petition means and also how it makes us more dependent, more content, and more generous in our care for others.

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    Jesus taught his disciples to pray, and we have been praying his words ever since. In this study, we examine line-by-line this most famous of prayers.

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