Our students recite the Lord’s Prayer so frequently in our classes that it can start to lose its meaning over time. Every once in awhile it helps to pause and reflect on what we pray in the Lord’s Prayer.
Using the worksheets in this collection, your students will add meaning to the words of the Lord’s Prayer by making connections between each phrase and their personal lives. They will do brief meditations on each part of the prayer making the words more meaningful and memorable.
Use the worksheets as bell work over the course of a couple of weeks or use them within a lesson on the Lord’s Prayer.
Students will come to a deeper understanding of what the words mean, but more importantly, what the words mean to them and how God is calling them to love and serve him more.
The worksheets are inspired by the process of Lectio Divina, which helps reflect on how the prayers relate to their daily lives. Students will mediate and pray with the phrases of the Lord’s Prayer in specific ways guided by each worksheet.
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