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7.8 | Give us This Day our Daily Bread

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SECTION 7 | Lord's Prayer | 7.8 | Give us This Day our Daily Bread

Give us this day our daily bread.

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You, O God, who have appointed us to seek first the kingdom of God and its righteousness, have promised that if we do so, other things will be added to us: Matthew 6:33(ESV) And therefore, having prayed for the sanctifying of your name, the coming of your kingdom, and the doing of your will, we next pray, Father in heaven, give us this day, and each day, our daily bread. Luke 11:3(ESV)

Remove far from us falsehood and lying; give us neither poverty nor riches; feed us with food that is needful for us, lest we be full and deny you, and say, “Who is the LORD?” or lest we be poor and steal and profane the name of our God. Proverbs 30:8-9(ESV)

Lord, we do not ask for delicacies, for they are deceptive food, Proverbs 23:3(ESV) nor do we pray that we may feast sumptuously every day, Luke 16:19(ESV) for we would not in our lifetime receive our good things; Luke 16:25(ESV) but we pray for that bread which is necessary to strengthen man’s heart. Psalm 104:15(ESV) We desire not to eat the bread of deceit, Proverbs 20:17(ESV) nor to drink any stolen water, Proverbs 9:17(ESV) nor would we eat the bread of idleness, Proverbs 31:27(ESV) but that if it be your will we may eat the fruit of the labor of our own hands, Psalm 128:2(ESV) that we may do our work quietly and eat our own bread; 2 Thessalonians 3:12(ESV) and having food and clothing, grant us to be content with these, 1 Timothy 6:8(ESV) and to say, “We have received full payment, and more.” Philippians 4:18(ESV)

You, O God, who have appointed us to seek first the kingdom of God and its righteousness, have promised that if we do so, other things will be added to us: Matthew 6:33(ESV) And therefore, having prayed for the sanctifying of your name, the coming of your kingdom, and the doing of your will, we next pray, Father in heaven, give us this day, and each day, our daily bread. Luke 11:3(ESV)

Remove far from us falsehood and lying; give us neither poverty nor riches; feed us with food that is needful for us, lest we be full and deny you, and say, “Who is the LORD?” or lest we be poor and steal and profane the name of our God. Proverbs 30:8-9(ESV)

Lord, we do not ask for delicacies, for they are deceptive food, Proverbs 23:3(ESV) nor do we pray that we may feast sumptuously every day, Luke 16:19(ESV) for we would not in our lifetime receive our good things; Luke 16:25(ESV) but we pray for that bread which is necessary to strengthen man’s heart. Psalm 104:15(ESV) We desire not to eat the bread of deceit, Proverbs 20:17(ESV) nor to drink any stolen water, Proverbs 9:17(ESV) nor would we eat the bread of idleness, Proverbs 31:27(ESV) but that if it be your will we may eat the fruit of the labor of our own hands, Psalm 128:2(ESV) that we may do our work quietly and eat our own bread; 2 Thessalonians 3:12(ESV) and having food and clothing, grant us to be content with these, 1 Timothy 6:8(ESV) and to say, “We have received full payment, and more.” Philippians 4:18(ESV)

Thou, O God, who hath appointed us to seek first the kingdom of God and the righteousness thereof, hast promised that if we do so, other things shall be added unto us: Matthew 6:33(KJV) And therefore, having prayed for the sanctifying of thy name, the coming of thy kingdom, and the doing of thy will, we next pray, Father in heaven, give us this day, and day by day, our daily bread. Luke 11:3(KJV)

Remove far from us vanity and lies; give us neither poverty nor riches; feed us with food convenient for us, lest we be full and deny thee, and say, Who is the Lord? or lest we be poor and steal and take the name of our God in vain. Proverbs 30:8-9(KJV)

Lord, we ask not for dainties, for they are deceitful meat, Proverbs 23:3(KJV) nor do we pray that we may fare sumptuously every day, Luke 16:19(KJV) for we would not in our life time receive our good things; Luke 16:25(KJV) but we pray for that bread which is necessary to strengthen man’s heart. Psalm 104:15(KJV) We desire not to eat the bread of deceit, Proverbs 20:17(KJV) nor to drink any stolen waters, Proverbs 9:17(KJV) nor would we eat the bread of idleness, Proverbs 31:27(KJV) but that if it be thy will we may eat the labour of our own hands, Psalm 128:2(KJV) that with quietness we may work and eat our own bread; 2 Thessalonians 3:12(KJV) and having food and raiment, give us to be therewith content, 1 Timothy 6:8(KJV) and to say, We have all, and abound. Philippians 4:18(KJV)

Thou, O God, who hath appointed us to seek first the kingdom of God and the righteousness thereof, hast promised that if we do so, other things shall be added unto us: Matthew 6:33(KJV) And therefore, having prayed for the sanctifying of thy name, the coming of thy kingdom, and the doing of thy will, we next pray, Father in heaven, give us this day, and day by day, our daily bread. Luke 11:3(KJV)

Remove far from us vanity and lies; give us neither poverty nor riches; feed us with food convenient for us, lest we be full and deny thee, and say, Who is the Lord? or lest we be poor and steal and take the name of our God in vain. Proverbs 30:8-9(KJV)

Lord, we ask not for dainties, for they are deceitful meat, Proverbs 23:3(KJV) nor do we pray that we may fare sumptuously every day, Luke 16:19(KJV) for we would not in our life time receive our good things; Luke 16:25(KJV) but we pray for that bread which is necessary to strengthen man’s heart. Psalm 104:15(KJV) We desire not to eat the bread of deceit, Proverbs 20:17(KJV) nor to drink any stolen waters, Proverbs 9:17(KJV) nor would we eat the bread of idleness, Proverbs 31:27(KJV) but that if it be thy will we may eat the labour of our own hands, Psalm 128:2(KJV) that with quietness we may work and eat our own bread; 2 Thessalonians 3:12(KJV) and having food and raiment, give us to be therewith content, 1 Timothy 6:8(KJV) and to say, We have all, and abound. Philippians 4:18(KJV)

You, O God, who have appointed us to seek first Your kingdom and Your righteousness, have promised that if we do so, other things will be added to us: Matthew 6:33(NASB) And therefore, having prayed for the sanctifying of Your name, the coming of Your kingdom, and the doing of Your will, we next pray, Father in heaven, give us this day, and each day, our daily bread. Luke 11:3(NASB)

Keep deception and lies far from us, give us neither poverty nor riches; feed us with the food that is our portion, that we not be full and deny You and say, “Who is the LORD?” Or that we not be in want and steal, and profane the name of our God. Proverbs 30:8-9(NASB)

Lord, we do not ask for delicacies, for they are deceptive food, Proverbs 23:3(NASB) nor do we pray that we may joyously live in splendor every day, Luke 16:19(NASB) for we would not during our life receive our good things; Luke 16:25(NASB) but we pray for that food which is necessary to sustain man’s heart. Psalm 104:15(NASB) We do not desire to eat bread obtained by falsehood, Proverbs 20:17(NASB) nor to drink any stolen water, Proverbs 9:17(NASB) nor would we eat the bread of idleness, Proverbs 30:27(NASB) but that if it be Your will, may we eat the fruit of our own hands, Psalm 128:2(NASB) that we may work in quiet fashion and eat our own bread; 2 Thessalonians 3:12(NASB) and having food and covering, give us with these to be content, 1 Timothy 6:8(NASB) and to say, “We have received everything in full and have an abundance.” Philippians 4:18(NASB)

You, O God, who have appointed us to seek first Your kingdom and Your righteousness, have promised that if we do so, other things will be added to us: Matthew 6:33(NASB) And therefore, having prayed for the sanctifying of Your name, the coming of Your kingdom, and the doing of Your will, we next pray, Father in heaven, give us this day, and each day, our daily bread. Luke 11:3(NASB)

Keep deception and lies far from us, give us neither poverty nor riches; feed us with the food that is our portion, that we not be full and deny You and say, “Who is the LORD?” Or that we not be in want and steal, and profane the name of our God. Proverbs 30:8-9(NASB)

Lord, we do not ask for delicacies, for they are deceptive food, Proverbs 23:3(NASB) nor do we pray that we may joyously live in splendor every day, Luke 16:19(NASB) for we would not during our life receive our good things; Luke 16:25(NASB) but we pray for that food which is necessary to sustain man’s heart. Psalm 104:15(NASB) We do not desire to eat bread obtained by falsehood, Proverbs 20:17(NASB) nor to drink any stolen water, Proverbs 9:17(NASB) nor would we eat the bread of idleness, Proverbs 30:27(NASB) but that if it be Your will, may we eat the fruit of our own hands, Psalm 128:2(NASB) that we may work in quiet fashion and eat our own bread; 2 Thessalonians 3:12(NASB) and having food and covering, give us with these to be content, 1 Timothy 6:8(NASB) and to say, “We have received everything in full and have an abundance.” Philippians 4:18(NASB)

You, O God, who have appointed us to seek first your kingdom and your righteousness, have promised that if we do so, other things will be given to us as well: Matthew 6:33(NIV) And therefore, having prayed for the sanctifying of your name, the coming of your kingdom, and the doing of your will, we next pray, Father in heaven, give us this day, and day by day, our daily bread. Luke 11:3(NIV)

Keep falsehood and lies far from us; give us neither poverty nor riches, but give us only our daily bread. Otherwise, we may have too much and disown you and say, ‘Who is the LORD?’ Or we may become poor and steal, and so dishonor the name of our God. Proverbs 30:8-9(NIV)

Lord, we do not ask for delicacies, for that food is deceptive, Proverbs 23:3(NIV) nor do we pray that we may live in luxury every day, Luke 16:19(NIV) for we would not in our lifetime receive our good things; Luke 16:25(NIV) but we pray for that bread which sustains man’s heart. Psalm 104:15(NIV) We desire not to eat food gained by fraud, Proverbs 20:17(NIV) nor to drink any stolen water, Proverbs 9:17(NIV) nor would we eat the bread of idleness; Proverbs 31:27(NIV) but if it is your will, may we eat the fruit of our labor, Psalm 128:2(NIV) that we may settle down and earn the bread we eat; 2 Thessalonians 3:12(NIV) and if we have food and clothing, grant us to be content with that, 1 Timothy 6:8(NIV) and to say, “We have received ample supply and even more.” Philippians 4:18(NIV)

You, O God, who have appointed us to seek first your kingdom and your righteousness, have promised that if we do so, other things will be given to us as well: Matthew 6:33(NIV) And therefore, having prayed for the sanctifying of your name, the coming of your kingdom, and the doing of your will, we next pray, Father in heaven, give us this day, and day by day, our daily bread. Luke 11:3(NIV)

Keep falsehood and lies far from us; give us neither poverty nor riches, but give us only our daily bread. Otherwise, we may have too much and disown you and say, ‘Who is the LORD?’ Or we may become poor and steal, and so dishonor the name of our God. Proverbs 30:8-9(NIV)

Lord, we do not ask for delicacies, for that food is deceptive, Proverbs 23:3(NIV) nor do we pray that we may live in luxury every day, Luke 16:19(NIV) for we would not in our lifetime receive our good things; Luke 16:25(NIV) but we pray for that bread which sustains man’s heart. Psalm 104:15(NIV) We desire not to eat food gained by fraud, Proverbs 20:17(NIV) nor to drink any stolen water, Proverbs 9:17(NIV) nor would we eat the bread of idleness; Proverbs 31:27(NIV) but if it is your will, may we eat the fruit of our labor, Psalm 128:2(NIV) that we may settle down and earn the bread we eat; 2 Thessalonians 3:12(NIV) and if we have food and clothing, grant us to be content with that, 1 Timothy 6:8(NIV) and to say, “We have received ample supply and even more.” Philippians 4:18(NIV)

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