Let us do your will, standing up when all are sitting down, and raising our voice when all are silent. “We have not loved thee with our whole heart; we have not loved our neighbors as ourselves”; Forgive us our debtors, as we forgive our debtors.
You are giving us our daily bread in the song of the bird and the miracle of the corn. Let us not seek revenge, but reconciliation; Let us not delight in victory, but in justice; Let us not give ourselves up to pride, but to prayer; Lead us not into temptation.
I would add that at the time of KJV, there were fewer if any old texts that lacked the phrase, but more recent discoveries give a stronger case to the newer translation.
Put another way: both groups did they best they could with the manuscripts available at the time.
But there is a difference in meaning: if it's masculine, then it's referring to a specific individual who is evil, "the evil one", but if it's neuter, then it means non-personified "evil" in general.
In the absence of any immediate grammatical clue, it's a matter of judgement which reading to choose.
(Part of the point is that there are lots of layers to scripture, but unless we’re looking to see it in new ways, we might miss the new message in an old text.) Here are the versions of which each congregant was randomly handed one: Our Father and Mother who is in us here on earth, holy is your name in the hungry who share their bread and their song. Help us to protect and to provide for all who are hungry and homeless, especially those who are deprived of food and shelter, family and friends, by the tragedy of war; Give us this day our daily bread.
God's kingdom was announced in the covenant with Abraham, is present in Christ's reign in believers' hearts, and will be complete when all evil is destroyed and God establishes the new heaven and earth.5, God doesn't lead us into temptations, but sometimes he allows us to be tested by them.
For wherever grace and community abide, There you are with us; We are not alone.
Merry Greet, I really enjoyed this version of the prayer as I have recently been …I can only say Inspired to create one of my own.
We can honor God's name by being careful to use it respectfully.
If we use God's name lightly, we aren't remembering God's holiness.