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Trinity Lutheran Church & Schools

Worship for Unfolding the Prayer: Our Needs

Ever wondered about the deeper layers of the Lord's Prayer? Join us for "Unfolding the Prayer," a four-week worship series that envisions this iconic prayer as an intricate origami masterpiece.

Worship for Unfolding the Prayer: Our Needs
Worship for Unfolding the Prayer: Our Needs

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Jun 23, 2024, 10:00 AM

Trinity Lutheran Church & Schools, 6215 196th St SW, Lynnwood, WA 98036, USA

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Ever wondered about the deeper layers of the Lord's Prayer? Join us for "Unfolding the Prayer," a four-week worship series that envisions this iconic prayer as an intricate origami masterpiece. Each week, we’ll unfold a new segment, starting with the foundational address to God as "Abba" and progressing through requests for our daily needs, forgiveness, and protection. Imagine each line of the prayer as a delicate fold, shaping a beautiful creation of faith and connection. This journey will deepen your understanding and transform your spiritual practice. Begin the unfolding with us this Sunday and see how the Lord’s Prayer takes form in your life.

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Unfolding the Prayer     

Week 4: Our Needs 

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In our final week of "Unfolding the Prayer," we turn our attention to the profound plea for sustenance and provision encapsulated in the phrase "Give us this day our daily bread." Just as a missing crease in an origami design draws attention to an essential element, this week illuminates our deep-seated need for God's provision in our daily lives. What are the implications of trusting God to meet our needs and how does this trust shape our relationship with God and one another? 

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Questions for consideration from Pastor Hector:   When Jesus tells us to pray for "bread," does he mean it materially or spiritually?  How can you be sure that you are forgiven? There are some evils done in this world which are so terrible that it seems almost impossible to forgive them. (the Holocaust, rape, murders, etc.) How do you deal with such situations? Does God tempt us? Test us? Try us? What are the differences in meaning between these possible translations and why are they important? What would be best for you: To never face any temptations? To face temptations but receive help in resisting them? 

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