When the disciples overheard the Lord Jesus praying, they felt like children in the school of prayer. They truly longed to be able to pray like Jesus but didn't know how. So, on one occasion, they said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray, as John taught his disciples” (Luke 11:1). The result? The greatest example of prayer known to man—the Lord’s Prayer.
There is danger in familiarity. The words of Christ’s famous prayer often roll off our tongue without any thought or heart behind them. How to Pray: Lessons from the Lord's Prayer will help you pray with increased understanding and joy as Timothy Cross sheds fresh insight on an ancient prayer.
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- Line-by-line exposition of the text
- An easily accessible devotional style
- Interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer in a historical and theological context
- Title: How to Pray: Lessons from the Lord's Prayer
- Author: Timothy Cross
- Publisher: Ambassador
- Publication date: 2003
- Pages: 59
About Timothy Cross
Timothy Cross was born in Wales and spent some formative years living and worshiping in Northern Ireland. A graduate of the University of Wales, Cross is an experienced preacher and the author of more than 20 popular Christian books.