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Luther's "Christian Guide for Each Day"

Friday 03 January 2014 at 06:00 am.

3 January

Our Father in heaven. Matthew 6:9.

Whether I feel comfortable and realize that I unfortunately can't say the Our Father [Lord's Prayer] with my whole heart, just as no person on earth can perfectly say it (otherwise we would by all rights actually be quite blessed), I nevertheless like a little child still try begin to cling to its Father. If I can't sufficiently believe it, I still don't want to let it be fabricated nor say no to it, and even though I cannot correctly play the game, as is His right I should not drive the counter play, because that would even be making Him into a devil, but instead thereupon learn to spell until I learn to repeat such an Our Father and this 'sermon' by Christ, whether I learn it good or badly, with stammering, stuttering, or slurring, just so I somewhat bring about the skill [to pray it].

My mind must be mush - these two sentences by Luther were extremely difficult to 'churn' into English...Lord I pray that it makes sense to you, the reader.  Individually and together with our spiritual and material needs we can approach our Father's throne of grace with the Lord's Prayer, for it "covers all the bases"!

Looking forward to being with Our Father in heaven,

through Christ,

Elmer H.

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