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  1. Lord’s Prayer Expanded Our Father, which art in heaven, Draw near to God, and he will draw near to you. James Crawl up into God’s lap and abide in His love. You have received the Spirit of adoption as sons, by whom we cry, “Abba! Father!” Romans And because you are sons, God has sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts.
  2. Mar 03,  · In her book, The Diary of a Psychic by Sonia Choquette, she shares with the reader some of the lessons that she learned from her teacher, Charlie. One of the lessons or tips that he imparts to her is that the Lord's Prayer can be used as a way to tune the seven main chakras.
  3. Lord's Prayer Lyrics: Our father, thine is the kingdom / The power and glory / For ever and ever / Amen / Our Father, which art in heaven / Hallowed be thy name / Thy kingdom come / Thy will be.
  4. E-Nomine Lord's Prayer Lyrics. Lord's Prayer lyrics performed by E-Nomine: Our father, thine is the kingdom The power and glory For ever and ever Amen.
  5. The Lord's Prayer lyrics with translations: Our Father, Ntata Rona (The Our Father/Lord's Prayer in Sesotho), Baba wethu, Tatalo A Le Ali'i, Ama Namin Our Father English: Portuguese: Our Gathra (The Lord's Prayer in Shelta) The Lord's Prayer featuring lyrics Translations; E Nomine - Padre Nuestro Spanish. Das Testament () English.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Lord's Prayer on Discogs.5/5(4).
  7. Where does the Lord's Prayer come from? The text in the traditional Lord's Prayer is based on the King James Bible, Matthew chapter 6, verses 9 to As such it is in 'Early Modern English', a period of the English language dating from approximately to AD.
  8. This page also explains how the prayer is used in Mass. old english version. the lord's prayer in Old English (A.D. ) with a modern english translation. other famous prayers. featuring the prayer of St Francis, the serenity prayer (in english and spanish) & many other popular prayers.

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