In the Lord's Prayer, the second-person pronouns (Thy and Thine) are not the only ones with special significance. Let's look at the first-person pronouns, too. Notice anything about them? "Our Father," "give us this day," "forgive us our trespasses as we forgive. . ." That’s right; they're all plural. Most of us probably think of prayer as a personal communication between each believer and God. But when Jesus taught us how, he expected Christians to pray together.
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