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Now, tonight I will share with you what I know from experience. Let us go back to a portion of the Lord’s Prayer. First of all, let us take it in its original form. There is a translation by Ferrar Fenton. His father asked him – he being the outstanding Greek scholar – the father asked him to translate the Lord’s Prayer in the most literal manner possible, and this is the letter of the son to the father, and he says to his father – this is the literal translation of the original Greek:
“Our Father in the heavens,
Thy name must be Being Hallowed;
Thy kingdom must be Being Restored;
Thy will must be Being done, as in Heaven, so in earth.”