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  1. Kris Kris says:

    Not particularly impressed Three stars just because what he says is true I can't knock it for being bad In fact I agree with the basic messages of the book and I think they are importantBut that doesn't mean I enjoyed it The writing is nothing special He could have said many things better and he left many things unsaid It's simple to its own detrimentIt truly is a review of the Lord's Prayer by a layman I was disappointed; I think I went into it expecting an analysis of the Lord's Prayer by a theologianI received a free copy of this book while at Book Expo America in New York City in summer 2017

  2. Becky Becky says:

    I enjoyed reading W Phillip Keller's A Layman Looks at the Lord's Prayer This is an author I've been meaning to read for over a decade I've heard great things about his A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23 and so I was excited to get the chance to review this title Keller goes through the Lord's Prayer line by line or phrase by phrase I would say this one is definitely leaning towards being a devotional book than Heavy Serious Theology Devotional books may be abundant but good ones are not always so

  3. Dallas Dallas says:

    Nice small commentary on the Lords Prayer P Keller always on target

  4. Dick Gookin Dick Gookin says:

    Thought provoking Do you really know what you are praying for when you say this prayer?

  5. Nathan Albright Nathan Albright says:

    Note  This book was provided free of charge by Moody Publishers  All thoughts and opinions are my ownLike many people I am familiar with the appealing rhythm and cadence of Matthew 69 13 and find it a freuent area of my own personal spiritual reflection and study 1  In this deeply insightful book dedicated with proper affection to the author's humble layman father the author writes a thoughtful study on the Lord's Prayer using the familiar version in Matthew and adds a great deal of context to help revitalize what can be vain repetition in the mouth of many believers  This book does such a good job that it made me greatly curious about the author's other layman's looks at various scriptures  Parts of this book have the same sort of grandeur and moving nature of for example Nouwen's elouent discussion of the Parable of the Prodigal Sons 2 and anyone whose writing can evoke Nouwen's passionate discussion of God's paternal love for humanity is definitely doing something worthy of commendation  The author's honesty about the nature of mankind at times is bracing but for those who are willing to view the Word of God as a mirror into our dark souls will find a great deal of insight hereIn a bit than 150 pages the author divides the Lord's Prayer into twelve chapters  The first chapter deals with God as our Father  Then the author turns to a discussion of the Kingdom of Heaven and the glory of life after the inauguration of the new heavens and new earth  The author then discusses the importance of reputation in the hallowing of God's name  The fourth chapter looks at the desire for God's kingdom to come viewed in an almost amillennial way through the workings of believers in bringing people into contact with a little bit of the Kingdom of Heaven through their own lives  After that the author looks at God's will in an expansive sense as well as the prayer that things be on earth as they are in heaven  The next three chapters tackle the subject of God providing us with our daily bread through divine providence as well as a recognition of the forgiveness of our debts that we receive from God and our solemn obligation to forgive others for their offenses against us and overcome the grudges that we have against them  The last three chapters look at God not leading us into temptation but instead delivering us from evil and what it means for the kingdom power and glory to be God's foreverAlthough this book is aimed at laymen this book is has a broader applicability  Indeed those who are ordinary believers can grasp this book it contains no difficult discussion of esoteric theological terms but the book has much broader application  Indeed this book given the author's skill in finding relevant cross reference material to the language of the model prayer can serve as an inspiration to sermon speakers who can find a great deal of material in order to serve their congregations in a message or a series of messages on the subject  As a resource book that is of use for both lay members and ministry alike on a subject of widespread interest and that tackles subjects of great importance in our own spiritual lives and our struggle against sin the corruption within ourselves and the blandishments of Satan and his demons this is a book that should find itself a place in many bookshelves  It has certainly earned a well regarded place on my own crowded bookshelves1 See for example

  6. Julia Julia says:

    A Layman Looks At The Lord's Prayer by W Phillip Keller is a line by line study of the Lord's Prayer I'm not entirely sure what I was expecting when I reuested this book for review A Bible study on the implications within the Lord's Prayer perhaps Or maybe a deeper understanding of how it relates to Christ and the rest of the Bible story as a whole; insight into how this piece of Scripture fits into the big pictureYes both of those descriptions fit this book However it is also so much Phillip has taken the Lord's Prayer from Matthew 69 13 and turned it into a roadmap for the ideal Christian lifestyle He combines personal experiences Biblical examples and brief historical references to bring us a thorough in depth study and review of what exactly it means to be a Christian and to pray to God in the manner in which Jesus Christ showed usPhillip reminds us that most people rush through the Lord's Prayer as though it is simply one checkbox they need to check off before continuing their day And yet he gently rebukes us into admitting that we know it is supposed to be so much As with everything else in the Bible there is a very distinct purpose and meaning behind every word Once we embrace this purpose it opens the pathway for our daily prayer to be so much than just a uick plea for God's gracesThe Lord's Prayer becomes an opportunity to embrace God as our loving father learn to honor and respect Him follow His will so that we may lead others to His kingdom admit out sins and faults and so much This becomes the very backbone of what it means to seek God and follow HimI would recommend this book to anyone looking for a deeper understanding of the significance behind this piece of Scripture as well as to anyone seeking a closer relationship with God on a daily basis I did find that portions of this book may be a bit difficult for the layman as the title implies is the targeted audience However Phillip provides enough repetition during each chapter in the form of various stories examples and re wordings that even if parts of the book are hard for the reader to understand as long as they keep reading he will uickly light a simpler path to keep them going in the right direction 55 starsDisclaimer I received a complimentary print copy of this book from Moody Publishers for the purpose of this honest review All opinions are my own

  7. Mark Mark says:

    I am very familiar with this author's book A Shepherd Looks At Psalm 23 Although this book has been out for several years I am not familiar with it When this new printing of it came up for review I decided to review it as I like reading about the Lord's Prayer Keller assigns a different chapter to each phrase in the prayer coming in at 12 chapters I like his writing style and he brought out some thoughts I had never read or considered before He doesn't belabor the points he makes yet does a thorough job of getting them across The book totals 157 pages which shows he does manage to say a lot about this short little prayer I found the whole book interesting and helpful but especially enjoyed and appreciated the chapter Thy Will Be Done Keller brought out some great points about God's will and it was something I needed to read This was an interesting and fresh look at this prayer we have read and prayed over and over and I definitely recommend itI was given a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review

  8. Katherine Katherine says:

    This book is only 176 pages but it has so much to think about and chew on A Layman Looks At The Lord's Prayer takes the Lord's prayer found in Matthew 69 13 section by section The writer W Phillip Keller breaks down the significance of each point This is a well known prayer many people have it memorized This book helps you dig deeper What does father truly mean? What or where is heaven exactly? Lead us not into temptation? Why would be lead there? This book sheds light on so much I highly recommend it There's no way I can only read it once I need to read it at least one time I received this book from Moody Publishers for this review I was under no obligation to give a positive review All opinions are on my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”

  9. Sandra Butler Sandra Butler says:

    A wonderful down to earth explanationYears ago I read this book and am reading it again because our small group is studying the Lord's Prayer There is so much understandable content that explains Jesus' teaching Excellent

  10. Mark Buchholz Mark Buchholz says:

    Great insights and understanding of the Lord's PrayerI found Phillip's book to be insightful and helpful in understanding the purpose and meaning of the Lord's Prayer I would recommend it to anyone trying to understand God better and to have a meaningful prayer life

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  • 155 pages
  • A layman looks at the Lord's prayer
  • W. Phillip Keller
  • English
  • 16 April 2014
  • 9780802446435

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