Tag: Lord’s Prayer

Bible Study Epilogue – For thine is the kingdom

 March 28, 2016

For thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen. Alleluia! Doxology – Walter Brueggemann at a conference on “Training for Wonder,” exclaimed that doxology needs to be exuberant, a self-abandonment in response to the inexplicable generosity of God. Easter certainly is a time for doxology, exuberant praise of God for all […]

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Week 6 Forgive Us our Sins

 March 14, 2016

Bible Study -Week 6 Forgive Us our Sins as We Forgive Those who Sin against Us Penitential Psalms: 6, 25, 32, 38, 50, 51, 102, 106, 130, 143 Forgive us as we forgive. We get a break this week in that we only have ten psalms to read, however the message is a powerful one, […]

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The Psalms in Light of the Lord's Prayer – Lenten Bible Study

 February 8, 2016

Deitrich Bonhoeffer in his book, Psalms: the Prayer Book of the Bible, says:  “All the prayers of Holy Scripture are summarized in the Lord’s Prayer, and are contained in its immeasurable breadth.  They are not made superfluous by the Lord’s Prayer but constitute the inexhaustible richness of the Lord’s Prayer as the Lord’s Prayer is […]

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