Revelation 4:8 And the four living creatures, each of them with six wings, are full of eyes all around and within, and day and night they never cease to say, "Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord God Almighty, who was and is and is to come!"
When he prayed to the Father that his kingdom would come on earth as it is in heaven, he saw the seventh angel blow his trumpet:
Revelation 11:15-17 ...and there were loud voices in heaven, saying, "The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he shall reign forever and ever." 16 And the twenty-four elders who sit on their thrones before God fell on their faces and worshiped God, 17 saying, "We give thanks to you, Lord God Almighty, who is and who was, for you have taken your great power and begun to reign..."
Finally, when he prays that the Father's will be done on earth as it is in heaven, he sees bizarre sights and learns that:
Revelation 17:17 God has put it into their hearts to carry out his purpose by being of one mind and handing over their royal power to the beast, until the words of God are fulfilled.
We see that Jesus does not give us a prayer detached from reality. These three make up half the petitions, Jesus wants us to pray. Then we come to petition number four. We are to ask the Father to give us this day our daily bread.
With this petition we learn that this prayer gifted from the Lord, is to be daily and that we are daily dependent upon God for what we and our brethren eat. We are very much echoing the prayer of Adam and Eve as they spoke with God, in the garden. Without you, Lord, there will be no buds and if no buds then no blossoms and if no blossoms then no fruit. Give us Lord our daily bread. This is the dependence our first parents knew before sin entered and ruined the world.
Four of the six petitions are awesome or dependent and speak nothing of sin. Oh how sad the fifth petition is! Jesus, the perfect one; the one who said to a hateful crowd, "Which one of you convicts me of sin?"; the one tempted in all points like us, yet without sin; teaches his follows that their daily prayer needs to address their soul staining sin. Forgive us our sins, as we also forgive those who sin against us. Oh Lord, how you have condescended! You, who blessed the pure in heart now dirties your lips to teach us to acknowledge our sins. You teach us to end the prayer with a final petition for our Father's protection from what we are so attracted: Temptation and evil. Oh, forgive us for bringing you to the filth of this place! If the six petitions are like the six strings on a guitar, how beautiful is the charm of the first four before the dissonant noise of the last two. It is like the Boston Pops using a car horn and jack hammer to join the rest of the symphony.
Lord, we long to be with you!
McCheynne said it so well, when he said,
"When we see thee as thou art,
Love thee with unsinning heart,
Then Lord shall I fully know,
But not till then, How much I owe.