Truth in Love

Prayers for the Week: Truth in Love

Truth in Love

Prayers for the Week: Truth In Love!

I rejoiced greatly to find some of your children walking in the truth, just as we were commanded by the Father. And now I ask you, dear lady—not as though I were writing you a new commandment, but the one we have had from the beginning—that we love one another. And this is love, that we walk according to his commandments; this is the commandment, just as you have heard from the beginning, so that you should walk in it. For many deceivers have gone out into the world, those who do not confess the coming of Jesus Christ in the flesh. Such a one is the deceiver and the antichrist. Watch yourselves, so that you may not lose what we have worked for, but may win a full reward. Everyone who goes on ahead and does not abide in the teaching of Christ, does not have God. Whoever abides in the teaching has both the Father and the Son. If anyone comes to you and does not bring this teaching, do not receive him into your house or give him any greeting, for whoever greets him takes part in his wicked works.

2 John 1:4-11

Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s Prayers for the Week post. Earlier this week I heard a message from 2John, and it struck me that this is what I should write about this week. The theme for the message is that we need to proclaim the truth in love — that if we truly love those we claim to love, we need to share with them the truth in love. What do I mean when I say that we need to proclaim the truth to them? Well, from my standpoint, the only truth that is out there is God’s Truth with a capital T. The truth is simple — if you wish to have Eternal Life, you must accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior, and ask for forgiveness of your sins, and follow him with your whole heart, mind, and soul. When you do that, you are accepting the ultimate Truth. Then, taking it a step further, when you, as a believer, see something happen that is against that truth, you need to proclaim to that person what the real Truth is, but do so in love. Gentle, not harsh, is the correct way to proclaim that Truth.

Doing so can be hard to do. In fact, I would say that if we don’t have the Holy Spirit within us, it is downright impossible. For starters, if we don’t have the Holy Spirit within, we don’t know what the Truth is. We may think we know, but all we really know is a worldly view of what the truth is, not a Heavenly view. Also, even if we have been granted a divine providence to perceive the Truth, if we don’t have the Holy Spirit within us, then our selfish, hard, worldly nature will take control, and we will not proclaim that Truth in Love — we will instead proclaim that Truth more in hatred and indignation.

This world is so full of the works of the flesh, as described to us in the book of Galatians: sexual immorality, impurity, sensuality, idolatry, sorcery, enmity, strife, jealousy, fits of anger, rivalries, dissensions, divisions, envy, drunkenness, orgies, and things like this. The only way to combat those works of the flesh is by relying solely on the Holy Spirit, indwelt in us, to keep those works of the flesh at bay. It is the only way to keep our Spirit shining for Jesus, it is the only way to allow the Light of Christ to shine through us in this dark world. So, my friends, we need to proclaim the Truth in Love, so that those we proclaim it to can see the work of Jesus, and can turn to Him for their salvation. It is the only way we can truly bring any change to this fallen world. Please pray with me that we are successful, and pray with us our prayer requests and celebrate our praisies.

Prayer Requests & Praises

  • Vonni starts us off with some additional prayer requests. Here is what she wrote: “Well, I know I’ve asked for a lot of prayer this year as I’m battling stage 4 breast cancer but I need y’all to add my brother as we’ve just found out he’s battling stage 4 colon cancer and our favorite cousin who’s battling malt b lymphoma. Our younger brother just got over a different lymphoma so it’s just been a lot. Please pray for us.”
  • Lori has a big time praise to share with us all: “Prayers of PRAISE!!!
    I’m almost hesitant to post it “out loud”, but I LOVE my NEW JOB!!! What’s not to love? Used less than 1/4 tank of gas this week, lunch @ home with The Girls, AMAZING ERP system that BLOWS the socks off the AS400 dinosaurs I’ve worked on since I got to NC, and really great co-workers!
    Oh, and they shut down the office today at 1:00 to cater in lunch for the employees to celebrate meeting 2nd quarter goals, and then took us all bowling for the rest of the afternoon! So nice to finally be with a company that acknowledges that they are only as good as the people who work for them! Probably why it took me 6 interviews to get here; they want the right people!
    God is so GOOD!!!”
  • We’ve been praying for some friends that are lost at sea. The Coast Guard has been searching for them; this is the latest update from Leslie as of Thursday the 22nd: “At sundown tonight, the coast guard will be suspending their search for Justin and Brian, the 2 firefighters lost at sea. I have no words. Please, pray that they at least find something worthy to continue their search efforts. Please.”
    Please keep praying for Justin and Brian. Pray that God’s Peace, Love, and Strength would surround them and their families and friends, and that if it is His Will, that they would be found. Thank you everyone.
  • Nikki has a prayer request for clients of hers: “Just spoke with the 3rd client in as many days who has lost their job unexpectedly. All the markers show a recession coming – praying for those who are already affected, and those who will be affected if that comes to pass. And, yes, being in travel sales, I am definitely one of those people along with my fellow TAs on here.”
  • Following on that request, Stephanie also has a prayer request: “I’ve worked for the same chiropractic clinic since 1993, and I just got laid off two weeks ago. Thankfully, our upcoming Disney trip is already paid off! I still had my two weeks paid vacation left for this year that I now won’t receive unfortunately.”
  • Also, Nikki has an additional prayer request for Katie: “And my best friend just called me in shock – her wife was just told “go home, your position has been eliminated and we no longer need you” – what is happening? I am so sad for them and shocked. She has been with them since leaving the military, and has moved up and around and has had the steadiest of steady jobs. This is going to get worse before it gets better. Please keep Katie in your prayers this morning!”
  • Cindy has praises and prayer requests to share: “I start with a praise! My daughter celebrated 2 years clean from opioids last Wednesday! God is SO good! Please pray for me and my family. I have a rental house and have been accepting applications. After spending thousands, that we don’t have, repairing the damage from the last tenant, I pray for wisdom in choosing the best applicant. I also am trying to sell my car as soon as possible to recoup some of the money put out. Lastly, as Jody and I go on vacation next week (thankfully that was paid for in March or wouldn’t happen) I pray for travel mercies, peace (for both of us) as he takes his first plane ride along with good health for us and family at home, and a relaxing trip. Thank you all so much!”
  • Jennifer has a prayer request: “Please pray for Mark and I as we are going to Lourdes France, that we will gain spiritual enrichment so that we can deal with my situation. My daughter is staying home with friends please pray that she has a good week as well. also to give my husband the strength and Faith to continue caring for me.”
  • Hey everyone, please pray for my friend Pam and her husband Tim. Tim has had complications from kidney stones and has been in the hospital. Please pray for his healing, and for their Comfort, Strength, and most importantly, Peace for them both. Pam is the children’s director at our church. Thanks everyone!
  • Lori has a prayer request: “OMG, I had no idea ‘Navy Seasoning’ still goes on, but my niece as now a Chief Mess is going through it. Chantelle stands about 5’1”, the mother of one of great nephews (who we never believed would survive at 27 weeks); my sister is with him now.
    They will not not break her. I’m sorry, I am crying, for the pain she is going through.
    Please pray!”
  • Lastly Jason has a prayer request: “Just want to say a quick prayer for everyone in the group and all their friends and family before I zonk out and awaken to a new week. I hope and pray everyone seeing this has a blessed and spirit filled week ahead. If you read this please feel free to join in in lifting each other and everyone up.”

The Lord’s Prayer

Our Father, who art in Heaven
Hallowed be Thy Name.
Thy Kingdom come, Thy Will be done
On earth as it is in Heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread,
And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.
Lead us not in temptation, but deliver us from evil.
For Thine is the Kingdom, and Power, and Glory
Forever and ever.
Amen.

The Lord’s Prayer

Top 3 rides at Disneyland Paris

Hi, I’m Georgia and Mike has been kind enough to let me write a blog post for his blog! 

Since I have been to Disneyland Paris 3 times now, I have a good idea on what my favourite rides are. My top 3 rides are a combination of rides from both parks at Disneyland Paris. 

Firstly, I’d have to say that my favourite ride is Hyperspace Mountain. This is a Star Wars themed ride which I think actually makes the ride even better. The music really adds a thrilling, exciting effect and gets my adrenaline going even more! I also think the laser lights in this ride are really cool, especially since the ride is in the dark; the lasers are a great element to the ride. I’m someone who loves a fast ride that goes upside down and so this ride ticks all my boxes! I’ve been on it many times that I’m already prepared for the photo opportunity. 

Disneyland Paris

Secondly, for the sake of it being a different ride, I’ll say the Tower of Terror is next. I knew this ride was a drop ride however I didn’t really just how intense the ride was. This was the only ride at DLP where I felt nervous to go on it! As soon as the drop happened I grabbed onto my boyfriends leg and thought to myself ‘okay I didn’t expect that’. But because it isn’t just a rollercoaster and it’s something different, it makes me like it even more! I also think the build up to the ride is really effective. It really creates the hotel effect and builds up the tension of ‘right when is this drop going to happen’; I’m always on edge! It may not be a ride for everyone, but it’s definitely one I’ll always do! 

Disneyland Paris

Lastly, my third favourite ride has to be Rock n Roller. Again, like Hyperspace Mountain, this ride is a thrill ride, which I love! I absolutely love the beginning of this ride how it counts you down and then you speed off, it’s so exciting!!! I also love the music and sound effects that this ride offers; it makes it so much more fun. It’s a very fast ride and I do find that my head gets knocked about quite a lot and normally I leave the ride with a headache but it’s a headache that’s worth it. Because of this, I suggest doing this ride near the end of the day just so if your head does hurt, then you haven’t got loads of other rides to face! 

Disneyland Paris

I find it hard to pick my top 3 rides at DLP because I really do love so many of them and it’s tough to call! I hope that soon I can go back to DLP and experience this rides again. 

Thanks for reading. I have my own blog over at The Disney Way and Instagram account ‘the_disney_way’, check me out! 

My help comes from the Lord

My Help Comes from the Lord

My Help Comes from the Lord

Psalm 121

I lift up my eyes to the hills. From where does my help come? My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth. He will not let your foot be moved; he who keeps you will not slumber. Behold, he who keeps Israel will neither slumber nor sleep. The Lord is your keeper; the Lord is your shade on your right hand. The sun shall not strike you by day, nor the moon by night. The Lord will keep you from all evil; he will keep your life. The Lord will keep your going out and your coming in from this time forth and forevermore.

Psalms 121

My friends, my brothers- and sisters-in-Christ, welcome to this week’s Prayers for the Week post. Today we are sharing one of my wife’s favorite pieces of Scripture, Psalm 121. This is such a comforting Psalm, it is a clear reminder to us all that the Lord is looking out for us, and when we are in need of help, He is there for us.

For many of us, we are now seeing our children head off to college for the first time. I know that it is a hard thing for some; it is scary at times, hoping that they make the right decisions now that they are on their own. There are two things that you can do in cases like this (maybe more than two, but these two come to mind) — remember how you raised them to do the right things, and pray for them. Pray without ceasing is part of Scripture, it comes from the book of 1 Thessalonians 5:17, and it is important enough that those three words are its own verse. In times like this, when you are sending off a loved one for the first time, Psalm 121 and 1 Thessalonians 5:17 take on new meaning.

My friends, if you are looking at life and wondering what has gone wrong; if you just don’t know how things are ever going to get better for your life and your circumstances; if you just don’t know what to do next; well, the answer may be that you need to put your complete trust in the Lord, the maker of Heaven and Earth. Give it all to Him. All your cares, all your concerns, all your troubles, all your sin, all your hopes, all your dreams, give it all to Him. Ask Him to forgive you for not trusting Him, tell Him you have put your faith in Him and His son, Jesus Christ, and give it all to Him. If you do this with all your heart, He will help you. I can’t say how, because that is for God to decide, but He will help you, starting by giving you the Holy Spirit, and you will be at Peace, perhaps for the first time in your life.

This video is from the Christian music group “for KING & COUNTRY”, it’s called Shoulders. Please play it, and whatever emotions it draws out of you, let it flow, and embrace the feeling you get.

Now, please join with us in praying for our prayer requests and praises.

Prayer Requests & Praises

  • Leslie starts us off with a prayer request for their friend Justin. Please pray that they are found safely. Here’s the alert from the Coast Guard: “Coast Guard crews are searching for Brian McCluney and Justin Walker. They were last seen departing the Christopher Columbus boat ramp in Port Canaveral Friday in a 24-foot center console. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Sector Jacksonville Command Center at 904-714-7558.”
  • We’ve been praying for Sheila’s friend Patty, who broke her fibula. The good news is that she doesn’t need surgery, but she will be off her feet for 12 weeks. Please pray for her healing and recovery.
  • Jodi has a prayer request for her friend Emma and her kids. Here is all the details: “Please pray for my friend Emma and her kids! A couple of weeks ago, they came home after shopping to find an intruder in their house. He was hiding under her bed with a knife & duct tape. He also killed their dog that they had for a long time. Thankfully, the intruder did not hear them & they were able to get out & police arrested him with their K-9 unit. Emma is a single mom and her kids are teens. I’m sure this will not be an easy thing to move past. I know I would be terrified to ever enter my home again!”
  • We are praying for Tabitha’s Dad. Here is what is going on: “Update – my dad got to go home this afternoon. They said he had a TIA stroke which is a mini stroke. He had no side effects from it. Said he needed to watch his diet and get his cholesterol down. Thanks for your prayers!”
  • Bridget has a prayer request: “Please pray for a gentleman I met yesterday while working who told me that he is diabetic and also has cancer. He had 3 of the sweetest dogs with him and I could see how much they loved each other. Just breaks my heart.” – in cases like this, we don’t know their name, but believe me, God knows all the details, and hears our prayers for him.
  • As always, please pray for those that don’t know how to pray or what to pray, and for those that are lost. Remember, pray without ceasing, and remember where your help comes from. Now, please join us in praying the prayer that Jesus taught us to pray

Our Father, who art in Heaven
Hallowed be Thy Name.
Thy Kingdom come, Thy Will be done
On earth as it is in Heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread,
And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.
Lead us not in temptation, but deliver us from evil.
For Thine is the Kingdom, and Power, and Glory
Forever and ever.
Amen.

The Lord’s Prayer

Prayers for the Week: Happy Anniversary Cindy

Happy Anniversary Cindy

‘Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and they shall become one flesh.’

Genesis 2:24

Happy Anniversary Cindy

My friends, my brothers and sisters-in-Christ, on this day 19 years ago, Cindy and I were married. It has been 19 years by the calendar, and 20 years that we have known each other, but I can truly say, like my brother-in-law Jerry, when asked how long I’ve been married, the correct answer is “All my life.” The simple fact is that, when God gives you into your keeping the woman that He had picked out for you from before you were even a twinkle in your parents eye — well, that is a time for rejoicing, for praising Him, and for realizing that she is just one of the countless blessings that He has granted to me, and I would be a fool if I didn’t recognize it.

My friend Tisha asked me after we had been married for a while if being married was difficult. At the time, she had not been given her soul mate, and she wanted to know what it was like. My answer to her then is the same as it is today — being married to Cindy is the absolute best decision that I’ve ever made, and being married to her is easy — except for those times when the world buts into our affairs. What I’ve learned, though, is that this isn’t entirely accurate, because those worldly interruptions have given us a better reliance on God, on trusting Him with all our heart, mind, and soul.

Before we start our prayer requests, my brothers and sisters-in-Christ, would you please pray for all of the marriages out there — those that are rooted in God’s Love, and those that aren’t; those that are strong, and those that are facing troubles; and pray for those that are no longer married or have never been married, that they would live for the fulfillment of God’s Plan in their lives, whether married or not. Thank you, my friends, those prayers work wonders, so please continue praying for those we have listed below.

Prayer Requests and Praises

  • Vickie starts us off with a prayer request: “Prayers for my cousin. They have found a tumor that is usually benign so we are believing that everything will be fine. Please cover in prayer. Thank you.”
  • We have been praying for Robin’s colleague Bill. Here is a sad update from Robin: “From Jill regarding my colleague Bill, her husband, ”This news is hard to share. The fact that it is 1:30am is indicative of how I’m handling all this.
    Yesterday Bill had his appointment to have his scans at City of Hope. And to say we didn’t get good news is an understatement. The chemo isn’t working. His CEA (tumor markers) went from 25 to 80plus. The overall tumor growth is about 20%. More (albeit tiny) tumor particles were found in the lungs. There are no other traditional chemo routes left to choose from. Our only option is to look at clinical trials.
    We found some hope in one that the doctor shared with us, but that won’t be “active” and available to sign up for/start for 6-7 weeks. In the meantime we will make appointments at Georgetown and National Institute of Health to see what trials they have coming up.
    I have tried half a dozen times to write down my feelings relative to yesterday’s news, but I just can’t. I don’t have the words. And I’m afraid if I really start processing how I feel, I might just dissolve in pain.
    For now, we’ve decided to extend our trip in CA and rent a car to go north to visit Katie and Dave and the grandkids.Maybe seeing those sweet faces of the grandkids will help heal the gaping wound in my heart.
    I love you William Turgeon.
    Thank you for praying.”
  • Jodi asks for continued prayers for her family: “Please pray for my sis-in-law, niece, and nephew today/this week, as they are moving Tatum into her college dorm. As you can imagine, doing this without her dad (my late brother) is rough. Thanks!”
  • Lori shares a praise, a Scripture, and a Witness with us: “Jeremiah 29:11 New International Version (NIV): 11 For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans for you to prosper and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future”.
    Well, Happy, Happy Birthday to me! I just got the word that I will be starting a NEW JOB in 2 weeks!!!
    Only 7 minutes from my house, & better pay!!!
    I cannot THANK YOU all enough for the PRAYERS & SUPPORT that you have offered me. The last 5 years (exactly!) have been a roller coaster (with mostly downs) ever since my ex-husband (of 16 years) walked out the door on my birthday 5 years ago and left me to pack and sell the house, refused to negotiate with me & would only go through the attorneys ($$$’s!); and I might add that he made ME be the one to file for the divorce!
    Praying that streak is over! Thank you all!”
  • Sheila has a prayer request for us: “Please add my Architect, Don, to your prayer list he was recently diagnosed with Kidney Cancer. Don is scheduled for surgery on 8.8.2019. Will keep you posted please pray.”
  • Lastly, please continue praying for the families of those affected in the El Paso and Dayton shootings, as well as for all of our nation, our leaders of all political parties, and all of those that are afraid to ask for prayer. Please continue praying with us the prayer that Jesus taught us to pray:

Our Father, who art in Heaven
Hallowed be Thy Name.
Thy Kingdom come, Thy Will be done
On earth as it is in Heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread,
And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.
Lead us not in temptation, but deliver us from evil.
For Thine is the Kingdom, and Power, and Glory
Forever and ever.
Amen.

The Lord’s Prayer

Prayers for the Week: Do Not Be Anxious

Do Not Be Anxious

Do Not Be Anxious

‘”Therefore I tell you, do not be anxious about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink, nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothing? Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they? And which of you by being anxious can add a single hour to his span of life? And why are you anxious about clothing? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin, yet I tell you, even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. But if God so clothes the grass of the field, which today is alive and tomorrow is thrown into the oven, will he not much more clothe you, O you of little faith? Therefore do not be anxious, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ For the Gentiles seek after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them all. But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you. “Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble. ‘

Matthew 6:25-34

Hello everyone, and welcome to today’s Prayers for the Week post. This has been a hard week for so many of our friends on our prayer lists, and our prayers for them will continue. You can see the complete list we have below, and we love and appreciate all of your prayers each day. As I was preparing this post last night, I had a bit of a struggle in finding exactly what Scripture I wanted to share with you. My wife and I have been reading through the Bible chronologically this year, and I think that we are getting to a point, some 215 days in, where it’s getting hard. Not that we don’t like reading Scripture, I believe we both do, it’s just that we’ve been reading daily all year. I’m not making sense, but the point I’m failing to make is that I was having trouble coming up with verses to share. So I turned to my paper ESV Bible, as opposed to looking at the app, and God directed me first to Job, I was thinking of Job 19:25 “For I know that my Redeemer lives, and at the last he will stand upon the earth.” and I really like that, but I didn’t feel led to pick it out. So I started thinking about the book of Mark, which the Bible Study I’m attending starting next month is doing a two year study of Mark, but didn’t get a sense of what to write there either. Lastly, I turned to the book of Matthew, and was led to Matthew 6, which you see above.

All of a sudden, the Holy Spirit was telling me that, as hard as it is for Jodi and her family, and for Jennifer and her family, and for Lori’s friends Rex and Barbara, and on and on and on, despite all of the pain they are going through, I know that God wanted them to hear that Scripture. So my friends, please keep praying, as the Apostle Paul wrote, “Pray without ceasing…”, and for all of us out here in this crazy, mixed up world, remember the words of Jesus: “Do not be anxious“.

Now, my friends, please join me in praying for our prayer requests and praises.

Prayer Requests & Praises

  • Please keep praying for Laurel’s friend Becky. Here’s the latest update: “They had to increase her oxygen intake as they are concerned about pneumonia. She did open her eyes briefly when prompted. They will do more neurological test Monday and an ECG . Please keep lifting her in our prayers
  • Leslie has a prayer request: “Please pray for my friend Taylor and her family. She’s expecting a baby but is having complications that are life threatening to her and the child. In 2 weeks, they’ll be in the “safe zone” to deliver. But doctors want the baby to ideally cook another 10+ weeks.
  • Leslie also has a prayer request for an Army friend of hers: “An Army friend of mine needs some prayers. He’s in Afghanistan now and 2 soldiers from his unit were just killed in action. He has a wife (also Active Duty) and 2 young daughters stateside. He’s only been deployed for 2 weeks.
  • Sheila has a prayer request for Omar and his father: “My Co-workers father has been a Muslim his whole life while his son has been a Christian for quite sometime. Omar’s father has recently been diagnosed with Cancer and Omar feels that his Dad is finally ready to worship God and covert to Christianity. Omar has asked us to pray for his father that he gets better and that God pushes him in the right direction, whatever that might be.”
  • Leslie also has a prayer request for a friend of hers: “Also pray for a close friend who is waiting to receive news on her pregnancy tomorrow. There are a lot of unknowns right now which can weigh on the mind and heart heavily.”
  • Pat has a prayer request for one of the ministers at her church: “Please be in prayer for our church’s Care Pastor, Mark Whitaker. He’s young, but had to have open heart surgery this week for the second time in his life. He has had a few complications since then, he is improving some, but could still use prayers. These are the specific prayers his wife is asking for,
    Quick update – things are about the same with Mark, athough it they did move him to a chair early this am.
    Specific points to pray about:
    – respirations to decrease
    – BP to stabilize
    – heart rate to slow
    – pain
    – nausea
    The nurses are not able to give him much pain meds because of the issues above.”
  • Janet has a prayer request from Wednesday. Keep praying for her and her recovery: “About 3.5hrs I will be heading to the hospital for stomach surgery. Prayers would be much appreciated Thank you.”
  • Lori asked us to pray for Barbara and her son Rex last week. Here’s an update to that prayer request: “From Rex to all of you:
    Thank for all the prayers for mom! She is resting good today. Mom has for a long time had faith in the Lord and we have no doubt where her next home will be.”
  • We were praying for Jodi’s brother Tom. Sadly for us, the Lord called Tom home on the 27th. His funeral was this past Wednesday. Please keep their family and friends surrounded in prayer for God’s Peace, Comfort, Strength, and Love to surround them all, especially Tom’s wife Vicki, son Clayton, and daughter Tatum.
  • Lastly, Marybeth had asked for prayers for her son, who was undergoing egg testing for allergies. The great news is that he was negative!
  • As this was closing down for the night, I learned of the shooting in El Paso, Texas. Please pray for all of the victims, for their families, their loved ones, and for all that are injured. Please keep them close in prayer in the upcoming days.
  • Now, please pray for all of the unwritten prayer requests, and also join us in praying the prayer that Jesus taught us to pray:

Our Father, who art in Heaven
Hallowed be Thy Name.
Thy Kingdom come, Thy Will be done
On earth as it is in Heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread,
And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.
Lead us not in temptation, but deliver us from evil.
For Thine is the Kingdom, and Power, and Glory
Forever and ever.
Amen.

The Lord’s Prayer