Jesus gave His disciples the Lord’s Prayer as a gift. It’s really our prayer when you think about it.
A look at 2 Peter 1: Not a Cleverly Invented Story
He begins the letter with grace and peace (2 Pet 2:1) - gifts that had been given them by God through the righteousness of his Son, Jesus Christ, their Lord, and Master.
I'm Glad You're With Me: Tolkien, Lewis, and the (not so) Great War
Ultimately it’s at the cross of Calvary, through the shed blood of Jesus Christ, the great Lion of Judah, that the stone table is broken, and everything sad does indeed finally come untrue.