The sermon seeks to transition from the God-entranced richness of hallowing our heavenly Father's name to the express humility of a crying dependency upon Him for our temporal and eternal joy. In a stunning economy of words, our Lord guides us from highest theology to humblest thinking. He teaches us a vast spectrum of priorities in just three simple petitions. The Creator-creature relationship is here accentuated with unmistakable clarity. Not only this, but the gospel of grace is implicitly extolled and calls for a distinct relational nature between both man and His God and man and his fellow man. Every essential need, hope, and satisfaction for life and flourishing is here embodied in this simple yet profound model prayer.