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"Lord, teach us to pray": A fresh look at the Lord's Prayer (CD)

by Benny Ho

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If there is one area that we struggle with the most; it would be the area of prayer. The irony is that every believer will agree that prayer is, at the same time, an area of paramount importance.

It is our heart’s desire to grow in the area of prayer. But, …
• How do we grow in prayer?
• How can we make prayer something to be enjoyed rather than something to be endured?
• How do I make prayer something I want to engage in rather than something I have to perform?
This series helps us reflect afresh on ‘The Lord’s Prayer’ and draw renewed inspiration to spend time with God in prayer. As one mystic of old has said: ‘Prayer is simply keeping company with God.’
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