states that Christ taught the
apostles a number of prayers besides
The Our Father, but interestingly enough
the ones that are included in the book all have
some similarities to The Lord's Prayer - some perhaps
expressing a more enlightened, less materialistic
form of prayer - at least according to the standards
espoused in the book. It does not seem surprising
that the book claims that many of these additional
prayers were from other inhabited planets,
a fact Christ did not reveal to the apostles.
Here's one of the prayers - we'll have more
of them up in the future.
Our perfect and righteous heavenly Father,
This day guide and direct our journey.
Sanctify our steps and coordinate our thoughts.
Ever lead us in the ways of eternal progress.
Fill us with wisdom to the fullness of power
And vitalize us with your infinite energy.
Inspire us with the divine consciousness of
The presence and guidance of the seraphic hosts.
Guide us ever upward in the pathway of light;
Justify us fully in the day of the great judgement.
Make us like yourself in eternal glory
And receive us into your endless service on high.