Welcome to Season 3 of Down Under Theology, a podcast equipping and encouraging Australian Christians to get down and under the theology impacting the life and mission of the church.
In the final episode of season 3, we look at the end of the Lord's prayer – or is it? For the kingdom, power and glory are yours, now and forever – where did this line come from? Why is it part of what we know as the Lord's prayer if it's not in [most] texts? We discuss how this line provides grounding for the rest of the prayer, and how it points us forward to the end. We also reflect on the season and how what we've learned has impacted our own prayer lives.
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- Nick Rabe
S3 Episode 23 – Show Notes
Recommended Resources –
- Praying with Paul: A Call to Spiritual Reformation by D. A. Carson
- O Come, O Come, Emmanuel: A Liturgy for Daily Worship from Advent to Epiphany by Jonathan Gibson
- The Lord of Psalm 23: Jesus Our Shepherd, Companion and Host by David Gibson
- The Coming of the Kingdom by Herman N. Ridderbos
- The Lord's Prayer: A Guide to Praying to Our Father by Wesley Hill (Lexham Press)
- Loved: The Lord's Prayer by Sally Lloyd-Jones and Jago (Koorong Link)