The Lord's Prayer: The Prayer and Teaching of Jesus

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AuthorHouse, 2005 M01 24 - 152 pages

The Lords Prayer the prayer Jesus taught to his disciples is so familiar that we say it by rote but its few verses sum up everything Jesus taught, and for which he lived and died.

Brown reviews each verse, in the context of the Gospels, so the reader can learn what Jesus prayer tells us about:

-- our relation to God

-- praying and what to pray for

-- the coming of the kingdom

-- our daily bread our physical and spiritual sustenance

-- forgiveness

-- temptation

--deliverance from evil

Meredith Brown applies his scholars mind and his faithful heart to this very useful appreciation of the central prayer of the Christian life.Whether read in solitary or in a study group, this is a book to deepen and enliven faith.

Hays Rockwell, ninth bishop of the Episcopal Church inMissouri(retired)


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Meredith M. Brown, a lawyer and writer, for many years co-chaired the corporate department and the mergers and acquisitions group at the international law firm of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP. He has written articles on religion, ethics and professional responsibility, and American history, as well as hymns, carols and anthems. He has also written many books and articles on mergers and acquisitions, securities law and corporate law, and has been a lecturer in law at Columbia Law School.

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