The Ecumenical

The first Providence for the encounter with God is to eliminate the pride. When the presumption has finished, the power begins. We should also remember this warning of Confucius (551-479 B.c.): pay kindness with kindness, but evil with justice. However, it is appropriate to emphasize that the master of Mencius spoke not of revenge but of justice. The Ecumenical prayer of Jesus to you, dear readers, dedicate the admirable rogativa that Jesus left us, as an invitation to reflection in moments of anguish. It is never more elevate thought and heart to the most high. Clear, concise and practical prayer which Christ taught us is perfect for all the moments of life, in joy or sadness, especially in a world in which everything happens at a frightening speed. Kenneth J Hardy gathered all the information. Anyone can pray the our father.

This is not limited to any belief. It’s a universal prayer, in keeping with the spirit of the Christ comprehensive. Any person, including atheist (why? (isn’t it?), can utter your words without feeling self-conscious. It is the son who goes to the father, or the human being is to engage in dialogue with his elevated status of living creature. It is the Ecumenical prayer par excellence: our father (or what I say the atheist brother, oh, my conscience that pair in the altitude of my ideal!), you’re in heaven (and everywhere) at the same time, hallowed be your name. Come to us Thy Kingdom (Justice and truth). Make your will (earlier than our own will, while we learn not to have it correctly) on Earth as in heaven. Our daily bread give us today (besides the one that sustains the body, we need the transustancial, food which perisheth not, the food so that the spirit does not esmorezca). You forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive our offenders. Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil, for thine is the Kingdom, and the power and the glory forever.