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Thomas Watson (c. 1620 - 1686) was an English Puritan preacher and author. The Lord's Prayer is the third volume in his series of books explaining the tenets of the Christian faith, the first being The 10 Commandments and the second The Apostle's Creed. Watson provides a lengthy and in-depth exposition of each concept or verse of the familiar prayer from Matthew 6. This is a valuable reference for Christians who wish to improve their prayer lives, as Watson derives deep layers of meaning from the simple words of the prayer.

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Brilliant Book.

Clear understanding of the Lord's pray. Throughly enjoyed it and would recommend it. Will listen to again.

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  • pamela harrington
  • 06-12-20

Great audio

Very in-depth analysis of the Lord's Prayer. It went along with other Bible books in both old and new testament. The narrative was great too.