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The Lord's Prayer Quiz

Can you name all the words to the Lord's Prayer.
As listed in the Anglican Book of Common Prayer.
Last updated: December 08, 2013
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Words
Our
father
who
art
in
heaven,
hallowed
be
thy
name.
Thy
kingdom
Words
come.
Thy
will
be
done
on
Earth
as
it
is
in
heaven.
Words
Give
us
this
day
our
daily
bread,
and
forgive
us
our
trespasses,
Words
as
we
forgive
those
who
trespass
against
us,
and
lead
us
not
Words
into
temptation,
but
deliver
us
from
evil.
For
thine
is
the
kingdom,
Words
and
the
power,
and
the
glory,
for
ever
and
ever.
Amen.
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level 69
Dec 9, 2013
It's been so long since I've said the lords prayer. I'm surprised I got all but 3.
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level 68
Aug 10, 2018
This atheist remembers all the words but equally ingrained are all the words of a limerick about a policeman from Lewisham junction. I'd need convincing that either was the word of God.
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level 69
Jan 22, 2014
Easiest quiz I've taken yet on Jet punk.
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level 34
Jan 25, 2014
Yep, me too.
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level 71
Jun 26, 2014
I've found an easier one - 95% got all the questions correct at http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/23401/super-duper-incredibly-easy-quiz
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level 62
Apr 19, 2018
This one isn't easy for those who are colorblind.
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level 35
Jan 22, 2014
We never said the last part "for thine is the power. . ." As part of the prayer. The priest would say that part after we said "amen".
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level 68
Jan 23, 2014
Difference between Catholic and other Christian versions.
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level 64
Jan 22, 2014
I got stuck for way too long on the last word... which was "the." Duh.
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level 51
Jan 22, 2014
It might help if I could just spell some common words correctly. DOH!
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level 51
Jan 22, 2014
After playing football in high school, I will never forget this prayer.
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level 59
Jan 22, 2014
That's nice. Prayer in public school. *sarcasm*
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level 34
Jan 22, 2014
I haven't had prayer in school since the second grade...and honestly, it just took up classtime anyway.
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level 49
Jan 23, 2014
It could've been a private (Christian) school, dude. No need to jump to conclusions.
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level 59
Jan 23, 2014
I'll stand by my comment until advised that it was not a public school. Either way, prayer needs to be removed from public (read: government sponsored) schools.
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level 49
Jan 24, 2014
Porc: freedom of religion means that public schools should neither be encouraging students to pray, nor discouraging them from it. As long as it wasn't a school employee leading the prayer, there's really not much reason to object to what students do on their own initiative.
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level 59
Jan 24, 2014
ThirdParty, I completely agree. Unfortunately, all too often these are school officials (such as teachers, coaches, sponsors) that are leading these prayers. Kids that do not want to take part often feel pressured to do so for fear of being ostracized. I have no problem with players of a football team, for example, getting together to pray (other than the fact that I persoanlly think it's a ridiculous waste of time), but even that can lead to ostracization amongst non-believers. Personally, I think religion should be reserved for churches/mosques, etc or behind the closed doors of your home. Legally, I'll have to deal with the freedom of(FROM) religion afforded by the constiution.
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level 16
Jan 26, 2014
PorcNBeanz....No one is holding a gun to your head telling you you have to believe in prayer. The last time I looked, the US (if that's where your at) was a free country. If you don't like this country, move some where else that they don't pray, it's that easy.
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level 59
Feb 3, 2014
pistolpackinlady, your comment exemplifies everything that my comments are trying to convey. Thanks!
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level 56
Apr 9, 2014
@PorkNBeanz If you truly believe that the freedom of religion and freedom from religion (the latter of which is in no way, shape or form in the Constitution) are the same thing, perhaps you should spend a little less time arguing with people online about it and more time learning the difference between the two prepositions by consulting your dictionary.
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level 22
Jan 22, 2014
Slightly worrying that only 82% of people got 'Amen' correct...it says prayer in the title and prayers end with 'Amen', make a guess!
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level 24
Jan 22, 2014
Should accept sins or debts for trespasses and sinned and debtors for trespasses as it's the way it's said in Luke 11:2-4.
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level 42
Jan 30, 2014
Depends on which version of the Bible you're reading. But yes, they should accept the alternate translation as I've heard both.
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level 65
Jan 22, 2014
100% Say it every day!
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level 35
Jan 25, 2014
Not even Catholic and got all but one
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level 26
Jan 27, 2014
Proud.. atheist but had 100%!
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level 60
Mar 7, 2014
Quite different from what I imagined this to sound like in English. I only know the complete German protestant version that I had to learn in school before deciding to become an Atheist.
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level 46
May 17, 2014
My church always used "sins" in place of "trespasses" and just said "forever" instead of "ever and ever," but I've been to enough weddings and services at other churches to be familiar with this version.
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level 80
May 25, 2014
80% - which I don't consider bad at all giving that I never learned the prayer in English but in Finnish and I don't really hear it that often these days. I can't say I am an atheist or an agnostic, but I am not a Christian believer either. Perhaps closest to agnostic? I, however, believe faith is a private thing and should not be forced upon others. If you have faith that's good for you, leave me out of it. I shall also not tell you to abandon your faith.
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level 62
Oct 5, 2014
I'm not Christian and I got em all. Yay me? This is the only Christian prayer I know and I have no idea why I know it.
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level 39
Dec 10, 2014
Wow. I almost missed the temptation part. Not good :/
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level 60
Apr 6, 2015
100%. Not bad for a Jewboy (ok, I used to be Anglican, and nearly forgot a whole stanza) But it was fun not contributing to the lowest scores for once.
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level 76
Nov 28, 2015
I seem to remember our primary school headteacher teaching us this. I don't know why. It wasn't even a Christian school. Anyway, I suppose it will be stuck in my head "for ever and ever" now.
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level 59
Jan 30, 2016
Now this is embarrassing.... I was doing really badly. I couldn't understand why so few of my words were acceptable. I knew it off by heart, although I am not religious, I remembered the words very clearly from school. Then I realized I was reciting the 23rd psalm, not the Lord's Prayer!! Once I got that sorted... easy!!
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level 75
May 4, 2016
Thanks for the easy five points.
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level 57
May 4, 2016
none...
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level 51
Jun 2, 2016
Well as an atheist I must admit the silver lining to my Christian upbringing: I can do this jet punk quiz.
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level 42
Jun 2, 2016
Thought even though I'm an atheist I could probably guess some - then got 1/70, which was 'Amen.' at the end
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level 31
Jun 6, 2016
I am a "post"Christian and I didn't go to Sunday school.I got 0/71 at the first time.....
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level 70
Jul 16, 2016
I love this term, post-Christian!
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level 48
Jun 2, 2016
Sin not trespass
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level 60
Jun 2, 2016
Good thing i went to Catholic Church, School and University.
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level 60
Jun 2, 2016
I had to learn this in Spanish for Spanish class in Catholic high school. I know i won't get many right on that one. That was 30 years ago. Hey! Why not make the Lord's Prayer in Spanish quiz?
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level 63
Jun 2, 2016
Here it is. Though I had to use another source to find the penultimate sentence before the amen. Hope you enjoy ;)
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level 37
Jun 2, 2016
Just missed hallowed and thine. School has taught me well XD
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level 32
Jun 2, 2016
Can you accept thyne instead of thine?
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level 18
Jun 2, 2016
'art', 'thy' ?? Surprised they're actually still using these words..
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level 38
Jun 3, 2016
Wonderful quiz idea!
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level 66
Jun 7, 2016
"Deliver us, Lord, from every evil, and grant us peace in our day. In Your mercy keep us free from sin and protect us from all anxiety as we wait in joyful hope for the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ." Catholics know that interjection by the priest, and then it finishes, "For the kingdom, the power, and the glory are yours, now and forever, amen." Then you get to the sign of peace, which is why you walked across the whole church to sit behind that pretty girl you've been watching...
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level 70
May 8, 2017
I was raised as a Catholic so I never learned the last few lines. Not fair!
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level 57
May 19, 2017
5 years of catholic school got me the first 60 or so. Never knew that last sentence existed. Weird
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level 46
Oct 15, 2017
It's so hard to guess those words in English when you know it in your native language. Got 87%, but in Finnish it would be 100%
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level 52
Jan 21, 2019
Only got 19, just guessed words like 'in', 'the', 'us', 'as'. And ofcourse Amen.
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level 67
Feb 27, 2019
Religion is the cancer of this world.
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level 55
May 11, 2019
Awww, you didn't accept Harold :(