It seems customary at most meetings I attend to close the meeting by joining hands and saying the lords Prayer.I didn't care much for this practice in the beginning and i'm still not a big fan..When I didn't join in I felt like an outcast.My hands were cold and sweaty.I eventually joined in.I guess it gave me a sense of belonging.As for the prayer itself,lead us not to temptation,but deliver us from evil, is what i focus on.I am thinking of joining the few who stand on the side and would like to hear what they have to say.
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