The disciples didn’t know how to pray as we do not. So, one of them was bold and transparent enough to ask the question of Jesus. In Matthew 6:9-13 and Luke 11:1-4, we see the prayer being told to the disciples.
Only in Matthew 6:13 do we see the line “For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.”
The word Amen means it is valid, sure, and binding. The dictionary says it means let it be so.
Something to think about God and His willingness to share those aspects of who He is with us.
To allow us to be part of His kingdom (what He is doing on earth), the power (putting our faith in the power Jesus shows us through the scriptures and to see it happen here on earth), then His Glory (we have access to all His Glory and eternal life with Him).
By saying AMEN at the end of our prayer, we say, GOD LET IT BE SO. We agree with who You are and give You access to our life.
So Lord, let it be so, AMEN.
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