The Lord's Prayer, is the maist kenspeckle prayer in the Christian releegion. It is kent as the Oor Faither an aw (acause thae twa is the first twa wirds o the prayer) or Pater noster (that's the Laitin for "Oor Faither").
The Lord's Prayer is the prayer that Jesus teacht the fowk tae say whan prayin tae God. It can be fund in twa places in the New Testament: ane in the Gospel o Matthew (Chaipter 6, verses 9-13) that's pairt o the Sermon on the Munt, an the ither in the Gospel o Luke (Chaipter 11: verses 2-4).
The Bible haes been pitten ower intae Inglis mony times. Tharefore, thare's a wheen dversions uised that differs a bittie frae ilk ither. The tradeetional an best-kent version in Inglis is the ane frae the "Book of Common Prayer" (1662):
- Our Father, which art in heaven,
- hallowed be thy name;
- thy kingdom come;
- thy will be done,
- in earth as it is in heaven.
- Give us this day our daily bread.
- And forgive us our trespasses,
- as we forgive them that trespass against us.
- And lead us not into temptation;
- but deliver us from evil.
- For thine is the kingdom,
- the power, and the glory,
- For ever and ever.
The Lord's Prayer in Scots[eedit | eedit soorce]
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