Our Father which art in heaven sactified be thy name, let thy kingdom come, thy will be done, as in heaven, in earth also, give us today out supersubstantial bread, and forgive us our debts, as we also forgive our debtros, and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil, amen.
aMatthew Aramaic-English translated book by Rocco A. Wrrico says…
Our Father who is in heaven, let your name be holy. Let your kingdom come, let your will be as in heaven also on earth. Provide us our needful bread from day to day and forgive us our offenses as we have forgiven our offenders, and do not let us enter into temptatiuon, but set us free from evil, because yours are the kingdom and the power and the glory from all the ages, throughout all the ages.
The Aramaic translation is a guess. There is no original Aramaic text of the Our Father. In fact, it is quite likely that Jesus first taught it in Greek… Basically every educated person in Judea at the time would have known Greek.
Because that is* not *the first century Aramaic translation of the Lords Prayer.
Yes the Lords Prayer - mentioned bread.
The whole premise is incorrect.**
You have stumbled upon is simply an incorrect version…and when we look closer to the commentary/translation it contains one finds it is not of Christian origin (such as the use of the term (karma) highlights this). Set the whole thing aside not a reliable source (new age or the like given the commentary/translation)…
In any case the Church of course transmitted it in *Greek *in writings.
And the problem with the OP question is address in my post above…it is not a valid concern for the premise is incorrect…and the source not a good source for the Aramaic (which yes would include bread).
Many of the apostles were merchants. Greek was the mercantile language… If you were doing business, it was probably in Greek. (Newsflash - being bilingual is not that abnormal throughout the world, even historically… As the saying goes, a person who speaks 3 languages is trilingual, a person who speaks 2 languages is bilingual, a person who speaks one language is American.)
There were probably people besides the apostles there for the discourse.
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