The Lords’ Prayer (An Aramaic Translation)

“In this manner, therefore, pray:

Beloved Father, who fills all realms,
may You be honoured in me.
Let Your divine rule come now.
Let Your will come true in all the universe,
in the heavens, and on earth.

Give us all that we need for each day, and
untangle the knots of unforgiveness that bind us within, as we also let go of the guilt of others.

Let us not be lost in superficial things,
but let us be free from that what keeps us from our true purpose.

From You comes all rule, the strength to act, and the song that beautifies all. From age to age.” Amen.

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