My fridge is full and my pantry is overflowing; and it’s a safe bet, yours are also. So for this coming Sunday morning, we’re going to preempt the next message in the unfolding of the Lord’s Prayer for lack of relevance. Where’s the sense in praying for today’s provision of food, “Give us this day our daily bread,” when we’ve got adequate reserve to last us a month or more? It made great sense back in the 1st century world when it was taught, and it certainly relates to people living in underdeveloped countries of the modern era, but not for you and me whose fridges are full and our hundreds of restaurants packed. We just can’t relate
Or can we? Why not come this Sunday morning to see that it truly does, but in ways we probably haven’t sufficiently processed?