At Unity of New Westminster every Thursday lately there is a books study. For the past few weeks we are doing Eric Butterworth’s Discover the Power Within You. I’m reading a chapter now that has a new interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer. I like it and find it interesting: Our Father in Heaven. Hallowed is Thy name. Thy kingdom is come, Thy will is done, in earth as it is in heaven. Thou dost give us this day and every day our daily bread, Thou dost always forgive, even as we forgive. Thou would never leave us in temptation, but art the very power of deliverance from limitation. For thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory, forever. Amen This version of the Lord’s Prayer is one of many converted from the Aramaic of which Jesus spoke and the bible was translated into Greek and then into many other languages. In a few weeks we will be studying this chapter of Discover the Power Within You and the Lord’s Prayer line by line.
I know I may offend some of my readers by posting this on my website but it is what I in ” :” believe. You, I am sure have your own belief of the Lord’s Prayer. You have the right to your opinion as do I.