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Your kingdom come.

The kingdom of God is His power and reign. It will be completed when Jesus returns. But in the human history this kingdom came with the first coming and service of Jesus. When you pray, “Your kingdom come,” you pray for the
fulfillment of Jesus’s words: Come, you who are blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. (Mt.25:34, ESV). As you live here and now, in the meantime, you’re praying for God`s guidance, His will, His order, the rooting of His principles in your life today. In his service Jesus showed the presence of the God’s kingdom. Here you are praying, that God`s power will come both in the present and future. You can pray for more people to discover faith for healing, freedom from evil, filling with Holy Spirit, and receiving the gifts from Holy Spirit, towards the purpose of serving and obeying the Lord.
You are praying not only for God`s power and reign in the lives of individuals, but also for changes in our city, state, and the world. Pray for peace, righteousness, and compassion. Pray for social outcasts; for example, widows, orphans, those who are lonely, and inmates.

Your will be done, on earth as in heaven.

All of us make decisions every day. We lose too much time when we worry about our choices being right. Praying for God's will does not mean being cowardly or irresponsible, but it means practicing trust in God.
If you want to insure you are not mistaken, pray: “Thy will be done”. In Psalms it says, “Commit your way to the LORD; trust in him, and he will act. (Ps. 37:5) Speak to God about the choices and decisions that are important to you. Leave them in the hands of God, wait, and be attentive to what He does. 

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