Westminster Larger Catechism – Lord’s Day 52 Q & A 196 Q What does the conclusion of the Lord’s Prayer teach us? A The conclusion of the Lord’s Prayer (which is, For yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory, forever. Amen.), teaches us to enforce our petitions with arguments, which are to …

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Westminster Larger Catechism – Lord’s Day 51 Q & A 195 Q What do we pray for in the sixth petition? A In the sixth petition (which is, And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil), acknowledging, that the most wise, righteous, and gracious God, for various holy and just ends, may …

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Westminster Larger Catechism – Lord’s Day 50 Q & A 194 Q What do we pray for in the fifth petition? A In the fifth petition (which is, and forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors), acknowledging, that we and all others are guilty both of original and actual sin, and …

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Westminster Larger Catechism – Lord’s Day 49 Q & A 193 Q What do we pray for in the fourth petition? A In the fourth petition (which is, Give us this day our daily bread), acknowledging, that in Adam, and by our own sin, we have forfeited our right to all the outward blessings of …

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Westminster Larger Catechism – Lord’s Day 48 Q & A 192 Q What do we pray for in the third petition? A In the third petition (which is, Your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven), acknowledging, that by nature we and all men are not only utterly unable and unwilling to …

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Westminster Larger Catechism – Lord’s Day 47 Q & A 191 Q What do we pray for in the second petition.? A In the second petition (which is, Your kingdom come), acknowledging ourselves and all mankind to be by nature under the dominion of sin and Satan, we pray, that the kingdom of sin and …

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Westminster Larger Catechism – Lord’s Day 46 Q & A 190 Q What do we pray for in the first petition? (of the Lord’s prayer) A In the first petition (which is, Hallowed be your name), acknowledging the utter inability and indisposition that is in ourselves and all men to honor God aright, we pray, …

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