Having now prayed the Lord's Prayer almost every Sunday for a decade with the Highland Church, I've experienced the truth of these words from StormFront: "As a celebration of the gift and call of the new life of trust, a community could not do better than to pray the Lord's Prayer continually, thoughtfully, and with hearts willing to follow its lead. This prayer refocuses our attention from all efforts to secure our lives and well-being to the central issues of God's kingdom. Rather than wealth and accomplishment, the Lord's Prayer lifts up the basics of human life: daily bread, forgiveness, and deliverance from temptation. Prayer shapes a people humble in their habits, steadfast in their faith, modest in their words, just in their actions, merciful in their dealings, and disciplined in their conduct. Such a people trust only in the God made present in the life and death of Jesus, 'for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.'"