6 - Deliver Us From Evil

Series: Teach Us To Pray



May 23, 2022 | The Rev. Canon Dr. Jonathan Bailes

    The final petitions of the Lord's Prayer are subject to differences in translation. Is it "deliver us from evil" or "deliver us from the evil one"? "Lead us not into temptation" or "save us from the time of trial"? In this session, we examine just what is this evil that threatens us and why we must ask to be delivered.

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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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