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Matthew 6:15

praying behind closed doors


Context Summary
Matthew 6:7–16 follows Jesus’ instruction about praying behind closed doors; He now teaches how to pray. Christ denounces the use of mindless repetition or meaningless jargon. God doesn’t need filler words, and He doesn’t need us to repeat ourselves in order to be heard. Jesus then models a simple, authentic prayer, now famously referred to as the Lord’s Prayer. It is addressed to God the Father and begins by declaring His holiness and asking for His will to be accomplished on earth. This model prayer also makes personal requests for daily food, forgiveness of sin, and deliverance from temptation and evil. Jesus then underscores part of that prayer by saying those who want God’s forgiveness must forgive others.


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“Matthew 6:15”

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Matthew 6:14-15

14 “For if you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. 15 But if you don’t forgive men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.


Praying Behind Closed Doors


Praying Behind Closed Doors
Praying Behind Closed Doors
James 3 10
Matthew 6 24
Zephaniah 2 3
Ezekiel 7 23
2 Kings 2 11

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