Sunday, January 10, 2016
When We Pray for Our Daily Bread
Bob Hostetler reminds us of the need to pray for our daily needs. . . .
When Jesus taught His first followers to pray, He gave them a framework of fewer than five dozen words.
He started with three requests that draw the person praying into the mission and priorities of Jesus Himself: “May Your name be kept holy, may Your kingdom come and may Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”
Or, put another way, “Glorify Your name, spread Your kingdom, accomplish Your will.”
Read the entire article on Guideposts here.