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FORRMAL INDUCTIVE BIBLE STUDY

Luke 11:1-4

By: Brandon Johnson

RS324 – Life and Teachings of Jesus

Professor Del Gray

11 January 2013

Table of Contents

I.Introduction ………………………………………………………………1 II.Find the Unit ……………………………………………………..……… III.Outline ……………………………………………….………………….. IV.Research Key Words …………………………………….……………… V.Rediscover the Message ………………………………………………… VI.Mark the Literary Context …………………………………….………… VII. Abbrebiate the Unit ……………………………………..…….………… VIII.Live the Vision ……………………………………………….…………

Introduction/ Find the unit
I chose to study the Lord’s Prayer in Luke 11:1-4. In this study I will be finding the unit researching key words and phrases, and also making a chart making observations and questions. The bible translation that I will be using in this study is the KJV. The reason I chose to study this text is because Professor Del Gray of Tabor College had informed the class that the other text was going to be used by most of the class so I decided that I would go with the text that’s tools would be more available for me which I later found out did not matter but that is why I chose the Lord’s Prayer for my study. Jesus talking to Martha and then later it comes to pass that Jesus is praying alone and his disciples seem to be waiting for him to finish praying, that is how the unit is distinguished. The following distinguishes because Jesus goes from teaching the disciples how to pray to talking to them about going to a friend at midnight getting food to serve another friend. The way that this unit is unified is that Jesus just taught about praying for daily bread and you have a need and it seems to have the connotation that you ought to keep seeking. Be diligent. Outline

I. “Lord teach us to pray” (1)
A. Setting: Certain place (1)
B. Dialogue: Jesus and disciples (1-4)
1. The disciples request of Jesus and his response (1-2)
A. Disciples request: “Lord teach us to pray” (1)
B. Jesus replies: “When ye pray” (2)
II. Outline of how Jesus teaches them how to pray (2-4)
A. Description of acknowledgement & agreement (pos.) (2):
1. Our Father which art in heaven
2. Hallowed be thy name.
3. Thy will be done as in heaven, so in earth.
B. Description of dependency (pos.) (3-4):
1. Give us day by day our daily bread.
2. And forgive us our sins; for we also forgive everyone that is indebted to us. 3. And lead us not into temptation; but deliver us from evil.

Research Key Words and Phrases
1) The Greek word for hallowed is Hagiazo and there are a few meanings for this word. • Dedicate, to service and loyalty to God.
• Make holy, sanctify, to cause one to have the quality of holiness. • Honor as holy, hallow, feel reverence, regard as holy.
“The first petition of the Lord’s Prayer contains the words: Hallowed be your name (Matt. 6:9; LK. 11:2). The vb. Hagiazo appears only here and at Matt. 23:17, 19 in the Synoptic Gospels. This expression here (perhaps based on an ancient Aramaic prayer) means not only to reverence and honor God but also to glorify him by obeying his commands” (Verbrugge 10). I think that the word Hagiazo in the context of the Lord’s Prayer means to honor as holy, feel reverence, and a loyalty to God which is somewhat a combination of the definitions that the word actually mean. This research has helped me because it has an application that I did not know of before researching. The application that it has is, glorifying God by obeying his commands which to me is to have not just reverence and honor with lip service but doing what he has commanded us to do which shows a true reverence and honor for God. 2) The Greek word for pray is Proseuchomai and there is but one definition of the word pray and it is pray. “Prayer is a basic expression of Christian...
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