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eBook The Lord's Prayer download

by Alan Cairns

eBook The Lord's Prayer download ISBN: 1932307168
Author: Alan Cairns
Publisher: Emerald House Group Inc (December 30, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 266
ePub: 1847 kb
Fb2: 1783 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Bible Study and Reference

The Lord's Prayer book. All believer's know they should pray.

The Lord's Prayer book. They want to be able to pray, but. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. They want to be able to pray, but often they feel overwhelmed and wonder how to pray.

The Lord's Prayer leads Christians into the joy of genuine fellowship with Go. Dr. Alan Cairns is the senior minister at Faith Free Presbyterian Church in Greenville, SC. He has lectured in Systematic Theology for over thirty years at the Geneva Reformed Seminary.

The Lord's Prayer leads Christians into the joy of genuine fellowship with God. Here we examine the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ-teaching so simple that we can all understand them and so profound that we can never exhaust them. The secret of the Saviour's lessons on prayer is in a vision of the greatness and glory of God that brings us into true heart-communion with God. In the Lord's Prayer.

The Lord's Prayer, also called the Our Father (Latin, Pater Noster), is a venerated Christian prayer which, according to the New Testament, Jesus taught as the way to pray: Pray then in this way.

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Understanding the Lord's Prayer - Inspirational. The Anglican Book of Common Prayer adds it in some services but not in all. It is absent in the oldest manuscripts and is not considered to be part of the original text of Matthew 6:9–13.

Alan Cairns served for 25 years as pastor of Faith Free Presbyterian Church, Greenville, SC, before retiring and being named Pastor Emeritus in 2007. Prior to coming to the United States, he pastored Free Presbyterian churches in Dunmurry and Ballymoney, in Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. Cairns also held the position Professor of Theology in the Whitefield College of the Bible in Northern Ireland and lectured in what is now Geneva Reformed Seminary in Greenville. As both an author and expositor, Dr. Cairns is revered for his Christ-centered focus and gifts of scriptural insight.

As believers, we know we should pray; we often want to be able to pray, but feel overwhelmed and wonder how to pray.

The Lord's Prayer leads Christians into the joy of genuine fellowship with God. Here we examine the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ--teaching so simple that we can all understand them and so profound that we can never exhaust them.

The secret of the Saviour's lessons on prayer is in a vision of the greatness and glory of God that brings us into true heart-communion with God. In the Lord's Prayer, the Saviour teaches us to get beyond the rhetoric and pray effectively. Christ turns the prayer closet from a place of drudgery into one of delight--the nearest we can come to heaven on earth.