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A profitable exposition of the Lords Prayer

Babington, Gervase Bishop of Worcester

A profitable exposition of the Lords Prayer

by way of questions and answers for most playnnes : together with many fruitfull applications to the life and soule, aswell for the terror of the dull and dead, as for the sweete comfort of the tender harted

by Babington, Gervase Bishop of Worcester

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Published by Printed by R. Robinson for Thomas Charde in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lord"s Supper -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Bound with: Certaine plaine, briefe, and comfortable notes vpon euery chapter of Genesis ... At London : Printed by I.R. for Thomas Charde, 1596 -- A very frvitfvl exposition of the Commandements ... Imprinted at London : By R. Robinson, for Thomas Charde, 1596 -- A briefe conference betwixt mans frailtie and faith ... At London : Printed by Iames Robert for Thomas Chard, 1596.

    Statementby Geruase Babington ... ; with a table of the pricipall matters conteyned in this booke, newly added to this impression.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[12], 279 p. ;
    Number of Pages279
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17258710M

    A profitable exposition of the Lords prayer, by way of questions and answers for most playnnes together with many fruitfull applications to the life and soule, aswell for the terror of the dull and dead, as for the sweet comfort of the tender harted. But the best prayer of all, because it comes straight from Jesus Christ in response to his disciples' request, is undoubtedly the Lord's Prayer, better known as the Our Father (cf. Mt ; Lk This is a prayer for all times and seasons, for all situations, and for all people.

    But here the old word hallowed is retained, only because people were used to it in the Lord’s prayer. In these words, (1.) We give glory to God; it may be taken not as a petition, but as an adoration; as that, the Lord be magnified, or glorified, for God’s holiness is the greatness and glory of all his perfections. We must begin our prayers.   The Lord's Prayer is for many people a mere collection of words that has been repeated so often that is has lost its meaning. It is in danger of becoming a repetition devoid of genuine faith. Renowned theological scholar William Barclay delineates and explicates this ancient prayer, showing us the depth of each s:

      In some orders, such as the early Carmelites, a certain number of repetitions of the Lord’s prayer were done in place of the formal hours of the Divine Office. And pious laity often followed the same practice–especially those who had no books . Nijay Gupta’s commentary on the Lord’s Prayer attends to both realities by unpacking the prayer’s power through a thorough exposition of its petitions and by reasserting its importance for a Christian spirituality that is shaped by Jesus. Nijay’s commentary is well-researched and accessible and rich in theological insight.


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A profitable exposition of the Lords Prayer by Babington, Gervase Bishop of Worcester Download PDF EPUB FB2

Exposition of the Lord’s Prayer 15 friends to obtain a new translation, containing some parts not before published in English. And that the Lord may make it a blessing to thee, Christian Reader, and to all who peruse it, is the earnest prayer of, Your’s, in the best bonds, THOS.

NUNN. 19, GREAT JAMES STREET, BEDFORD Size: KB. A Practical Exposition of the Lord's Prayer The Works of Thomas Manton () - Volume 1 Today, many Christians are turning back to the puritans to, “walk in the old paths,” of God’s word, and to continue to proclaim old truth that glorifies Jesus Christ.

There is no new theology. The Lord's Prayer for Daily Life The Lord's Prayer for Daily Life was published in and is a modern meditation on the Lord's Prayer. In exploring the Lord's Prayer, the book takes you below the surface meaning of Jesus's words and his larger teachings to discover fresh interpretations of the metaphors and parables contained in the Gospels.

EXPOSITION OF THE LORD’S PRAYER. By the Late Father Seraphim Nassar. Spring Valley, Illinois. The Lord’s Prayer is an example and rule of prayer, which is the lifting of our minds to God. It is the prayer which our Lord Jesus Christ taught to His apostles, and through them to all the faithful.

Among the Progressive Christian works that C.S. Lewis wrote was an interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer—which appears in his book “Letters to Malcom”. Lewis’s reading is more orthodox than the Living Hour’s commentary on the Lord’s Prayer, but certainly. In Matthew and in Luke we read of Jesus teaching his disciples how they should pray.

This is known as the Lord’s Prayer. Below you can read through and memorize the Lord’s. Appears in 3 books from Page 63 - In A Briefe Exposition of the Lords Prayer (London, ), he wrote, A profitable exposition of the Lords Prayer book, Lord, the talents and debt whereby we.

The Lord's Prayer, also called the Our Father (Latin: Pater Noster), is a central Christian prayer which, according to the New Testament, Jesus taught as the way to pray. Pray then in this way (Matthew NRSV)When you pray, say (Luke NRSV)Two versions of this prayer are recorded in the gospels: a longer form within the Sermon on the Mount in the Gospel of Matthew, and a.

The Lord’s Prayer Our Father, which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy Name. Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, As it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread.

And forgive us our trespasses, As we forgive them that trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, But deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom. "Lord, teach us how to pray!" is a prayer necessary to prayer; for unless we are divinely instructed in the manner, and influenced by the spirit of true devotion, even the prayer taught us by Jesus Christ may be repeated without profit to our souls.

Source: Adam Clarke's Commentary on the Bible. The Lord's Prayer in the Bible - Our Father Prayer in Scripture. In Matthew and in Luke we find Jesus instructing his apostles how they should pray. This well-known Scripture is remembered as The Lord’s Prayer, and also known by Our Father Prayer.

An alternate version of the Lord’s Prayer is included within The New Zealand Book of Prayer, which demonstrates the unique character of the New Zealand Anglican Church and the impact that Polynesian culture has had upon it (for example, take note of how God is.

The Lord’s Prayer. This, then, is how you should pray: “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” Matthew – The Lord’s Prayer is so familiar that it is easy to miss its depth and complexity. In the first sentence alone, Jesus includes four declarations.

A thoughtful,excellent exposition of the Lord's prayer. Both enlightening and encouraging. J I. Packer Highlights the need for carefully considering the truth of each phrase of the prayer, and inculcating those truths into one's own words in prayer.

The Prayer is a guide to formulate our praying rather than a Prayer to be repeated in rote s: Exposition Jesus Prayer Example (a) "One day Jesus was praying in a certain place." (a) at least to the book of Exodus, where God reveals himself as the Israelite's King.

He makes a covenant with them in the form of an ancient suzerain-vassal treaty, a treaty made between a great king and a subservient people (Exodus is a platform for academics to share research papers. Now although it was given by our Lord as a model of prayer, this prayer is never repeated in the Book of Acts.

As far as we know, the apostolic church never used the Lord‟s Prayer. As a matter of rich spiritual exercise you will find it profitable to compare this prayer to Paul‟s pray-ers in. Pilgrim: The Lord's Prayer (Book 2, Follow Stage) (Pilgrim Course) by Steven Croft, Stephen Cottrell, et al.

| 1 Oct out of 5 stars the lord is my shepherd. the prayer of King David, recorded in the 23rd psalm. Featuring a music video interpretation, and commentary on this famous scripture. prayer for success.

the words of Jabez's request to God for favour and blessing. With a printable (pdf) bible study on the prayer. gloria patri. A profitable exposition of the Lords prayer, by way of questions and answers for most playnnes: together with many fruitfull applications to the life and soule, aswell for the terror of the dull and dead, as for the sweet comfort of the tender harted.

The prayer is usually called the Lord’s Prayer by Protestant groups because our Lord Jesus Christ authored the Prayer. The prayer is called the Our Father (Pater Noster in Latin) in the liturgical/Catholic tradition based on Jesus teaching us to begin by addressing God as “Our Father.”.

EXPOSITION. OF THE. L. ORD ’ S. P. RAYER. Mat Overview. In the Prayer are three things observable. 1. The Preface, Our Father. 2. The Prayer itself, divided into six petitions. 3. The conclusion of faith in the word. Amen. The soul goes up to heaven, and follows the petition, hallowed be your name; let it be Lord, as you may.

In this book of pastoral reflections N.T. Wright explores how the Lord's Prayer sums up what Jesus was all about in his first-century setting. Wright locates the Lord's Prayer, clause by clause, within the historical life and work of Jesus and allows the prayer's devotional application to grow out of its historical s: