Even little children can be heard reciting The Lord’s Prayer during a service—most Christians know it by heart. Although it is the “prayer Jesus taught us to pray,” the New Testament gives us other specific examples of the words Jesus prayed. Studying these prayers reminds us of the personal and profound nature of the Trinity, shows us God’s great love for his people, allows us to marvel at the magnitude of Jesus’ sacrifice, and helps us prayerfully communicate with our God. Learn how Jesus’ prayers inform and engage his intentions of how the gospel would change lives and affect the world, both in the first century and for every century to follow. 5 sessions.