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Thy Kingdom Come


The title for this book is taken from the Lord's Prayer, which is, the subject of a clause-by-clause study in the first six chapters. The book itself consists of a number of Bible studies representing a cross-section of the New Testament. They fall into five groups and are marked by variety of subject matter as well as careful treatment of the text. In the age which has seen the widespread influence of broadly liberal views in connection with the inspiration and authority of Holy Scripture, it is more than ever imperative that the Bible should be read and studied with profound reverence. This is the object of this book. It is summed up in the words of the Preface: 'The chapters which follow . . . are all based on the lifelong belief that we take the Bible in our hands, knowing that it is the Word of God. God has spoken; this is His Word written; and not one word of His shall fall to the ground.'

The Most Reverend Sir Marcus Loane (1912-2009) was formerly Anglican Archbishop of Sydney and Primate of all Australia. For many years the Principal of Moore Theological College, Sydney, he travelled widely in Australia and overseas, bringing his theological, ministerial and devotional insights to many situations. His writing of books ranged over many decades.

Thy Kingdom Come

Sir Marcus Loane

by Sir Marcus Loane

Subject: Lord's Prayer

Book Code: 230

Pages: 132 pp, Book

Pub. Date: 1989

ISBN: 0 86408 123 5

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