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The Amplified Lord’s Prayer is presented herein, in an amplified/expanded way, for one or more to effectively and meaningfully Pray, reading God’s Word back to Him.  It is arranged to be used in three ways: i) The entire Amplified Lord’s Prayer can be prayed, read and meditated upon daily; ii) an Abridged Amplified Lord’s Prayer can be prayed, read and meditated upon daily by using only the indicated days of each week; and iii) an Abridged Amplified Key Verse Lord’s Prayer can be prayed, read and meditated upon daily using only the Red highlighted verses.  Each is individually linked on our Home page.

Where used, the word Selah means to “pause, and think of that," before going on to the next segment of the Amplified Lords’ Prayer.  If praying the Abridged, a Selah is inserted after each verse, if praying the entire Amplified, Selah is only used once at the end of each prayer/verse segment.  It can also be used as a pause to add your own additional personal
prayers and supplications.

1.  All scripture references are taken from the NKJV.  Clicking the              will activate the audio file (...TBD)

2.  [Italicized in brackets indicate added words to make it flow – also used to distinguish personal or group prayer]

3.  The original Lord’s Prayer is in Purple
4.  Red text indicates a Key verse for each segment of the prayer – pray the Purple and Red only for an
     Abbreviated Amplified Lord’s Prayer

5.  All verses are hot linked to NKJB for easy reference and to be used for memorization.
6.  A .pdf printout version is available and linked on the Home page.  Additionally, a Hebrew transliteration is linked.

7.  Author of The Amplified Lord’s Prayer:  The Triune Godhead “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word
     was with God, and the Word was God.”
  (John 1:1“Jesus said … I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one
     comes [prays] to the Father except through Me.” (John 14:6)…“I and My Father are one.” (John 10:30“holy
     men of God spoke
[wrote down scripture] as they were moved by the Holy Spirit.” (2 Peter 1:20,21)

Currently, all of our Amplified Lord’s Prayers herein use the most familiar New King James Version, however, this

likely is not the most authentic transliteration from the original Hebrew and Greek.  To get the most out of this website
and understand the deeper meaning of the Lord’s Prayer, you will want to study a number of links on our Home Page: Koine Greek to Literal English, Hebrew Matthew to Literal English, Greek to Hebrew to English Transliteration, A Parallel Comparison of Seven Translations and The Lord’s Prayer Concealed Word, as well as other linked study information.  Going forward, we will be adapting the Hebrew Matthew transliteration for all Amplified NKJV passages, replacing the NKJV with