Sunday, 29 April 2007

Lords prayer text

Jesus tought us to pray:

Our Father, who art in heaven,
hallowed be thy name.
thy kingdom come.
thy will be done,
on earth as it is in heaven,
Give us this day our daily bread
and forgive us our trespasses
as we forgive those who trespass against us
and lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us for evil,
for thine is the kingdom,
and the power, and the glory,
forever and ever,
Amen

And text........
dad @ hvn, ur special,
we want wot u want,
Earth 2b like hvn,
Giv us food & 4giv us,
Lik we 4giv uvaz,
don't test us,
Save us!
bcos we kno ur the boss,
ur tuf & ur cool,
4eva ........ ok

3 comments:

Prophet of God said...

Not "ON EARTH" the bible says "IN EARTH"
More lies. The bible says in the Lords prayer;
Thy kingdom come thy will be done "IN" earth as it is "IN" heaven.

We are made from earth and when the bible says in earth it means in us. We are the thing that is supposed to have the "KINGDOM of GOD in us.

The kingdom of heaven will come to earth at the last trumpet sound.

As for Gods will being done on earth it is. He has poured out a strong delusion so that people like yourselves will believe a lie. " 2 Thessalonian 2v11.

you really need to repent of this trivialization of God. You don't text God. You get on your knees and cry out to Him.
He truly has your number, and you really need to repent of it. You have no fear of God or what He can and is going to do. You don't know the God of the bible. A mighty terrible God, who is going to pour out His wrath upon this earth.
You believe in a long haired Jesus who just loves every body and is going to save everybody. All untrue my friend. Jesus said that those who carry out His commands are the ones who love Him. He told us to repent and fear the Lord.

Not text Him.

Jesus is coming soon.
Maranatha.

Billy said...

When we look at linguitics and/or symbols, they are the constructions gifted to us apparently from a biblical worldview from babel for communication and as such have continued and still continue to
develop and disappear.
I was thinking today about the English language and its almost universial use and yet it is limited in some sense if you think of French, German and some Asiatic languages that have more than one word for 'you' ie the familiar and the respectful. Perhaps in the old English it was there. Language and text (symbols), the tools of communication,are time and culturally informed, 'apart from the word of God which liveth and abideth forever'. How we communicate from our heart with God may therefore have these language bias'
(not used negatively in this instance)and so communicating in text speak is symbolic language which will express the essence of the meaning in a different language but may not necessarily be an expression of a trivial or delusional relationship but may in be used to communicate with those who understand and relate to such language and tools while stressing the point of in/on significance.

Ron Spore said...

There are many languages and many diverse peoples. Language is created for man to communicate. Text language is another form of contemporary communication. The Lord's Prayer is for all, in all languages, with all heart. This text can be as meaningful and powerful as any language, with sincerity. "Sometimes prayer is just a frustrated grunt," said my professor, "when lifted to God." Personally, I think it's the essence of arrogance and narcissism to call oneself "Prophet of God." Only God names the prophet!