The Lord’s prayer is an active meditation where we should reflect and contemplate who we are and where we come from. A reminder that our experienced reality and individuality is connected to a Higher Consciousness. This individuality “I” is our Soul. That our actions impact everyone else in our shared reality now and also in the future and that we are individually responsible.
Lord’s prayer in Matthew 6:9-13 in the King James Bible
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|9 Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name||Our Creator who is Spirit, your Universal Natural Law must be honored|
|10 Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.||Elevate our Consciousness, cause-and-effect on earth has spiritual consequences|
|11 Give us this day our daily bread||Nurture our Souls|
|12 And forgive our debts, as we forgive our debtors.||Judge us on our use of the non-aggression principle and the self-defense principle|
|13. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil:||Help us using our freedom of choice to act in accordance with the Natural Universal Law|
|For thine is the kingdom,||For Creation is Consciousness|
|and the power,||And Justice|
|and the glory,||And Logos|
|for ever.||Ad infinitum|
We should remember that the Lord’s prayer has been translated into Greek and Latin several times over the centuries, and that there are variants of the English language in the Lord’s prayer since it was first translated about 340 years ago. In addition we have the aspect of the religious-political powers that would influence the language.
The prayer is about connecting with the Source – our Creator. Our immortal Souls are of the Source, and our work on earth is evolve spiritually by elevating our thinking, feelings, and actions – the faculties in which our Soul is working.