When Jesus gave his disciples a model prayer, he demonstrated both the simplicity of praying to the Father but also the weightiness of approaching God. The resources included in this collection provide you with both breadth and depth for studying the Lord’s Prayer, the historical context, and utilizing it in your own prayer habits. With contributions and perspectives from Tertullian, Cyprian of Carthage, Origen, Thomas Aquinas, A. W. Pink, R. C. Sproul, N. T. Wright, and others, this collection provides multiple resources covering a great span of church history.
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