Let me get to work on my interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer. (see my previous post for more understanding if you missed it).
Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be your name,
Sometimes we forget just who God is. He is not a buddy across the backyard fence who we chat with from time to time. His knowledge and wisdom are beyond our comprehension. After all He is the creator of the universe including each of us. We should feel comfortable talking/praying to Him, Jesus Christ earned us that privilege. But, we must always remember that He also deserves, some say demands, our adoration and constant thanksgiving. The first phrase of the Lord’s prayer is a constant reminder for us to do just that.
The call to action: To be in constant adoration and thanksgiving to God, the creator of heaven and earth and all things in it.