The Real Lord's Prayer Paperback
Christ's Glory & Grace in John 17
by Ian S. McNaughton;
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The Real Lord's Prayer
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As we read it, we 'intrude' on the monologue directed by God the Son to God the Father. Few of Christ's prayers have been recorded for us, and this is the longest - it is actually the longest prayer in the whole of the New Testament.
It was spoken at a critical time, marking the end of the early ministry of Jesus and looked forward to spread of the Gospel throughout the world by the apostles and their successors.
As Ian McNaughton demonstrates in this thorough examination of the key doctrines that come to the fore in the prayer, John 17 takes us to the very heart of the Christian faith and to who Jesus Christ really was.
The Real Lord's Prayer by Ian S. McNaughton is published by Day One and is our 29100th best seller. The ISBN for The Real Lord's Prayer is 9781846252969.
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The Real Lord's PrayerDiane Morrison, via The Good Book Stall
An accomplished exploration of the essential nature of Jesus and the intended nature of prayer, rich with cross-reference to other parts of the Bible and touching on many and varied contemporary aspects of discipleship. Perhaps not suitable for the brand-new Christian, this rigorous exegesis of Christ's high-priestly prayer is more suited to the believer growing in the faith and looking to delve deeper into God's Word and apply it to his or her own life. The style is somewhat dogmatic – areas off contention and those where interpretations vary (e.g. verses 21-23) are bulldozed over and firmly imprinted with the author's opinion – but some may find this approach preferable to the glossing over, or 'fence-sitting' that can be found in other publications and the book will amply equip discerning readers to meditate upon the text for themselves. Having read it one is left with, at the very least, a renewed sense of gratitude for Christ's faithfulness to us, His undeserving people.
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|Author / Artist||Ian S. McNaughton|
|Number of Pages||204|
|Page last updated||13th December 2017|