Matthew 6: 1-10; Luke 11:2
A vital part of our prayer lives is that we understand the intimacy it brings between us and God. To be able to pray “Our Father” is an awesome privilege, and one that we must not take lightly. It binds us in relationship to God. Then we can pray “Lord, let your Kingdom purposes be clear in my life the way that you want them to be”. When we pray like that with full integrity of heart and mind, then our belonging to God and our serving of God come together in power.