The Lord's prayer teaches us praying is something that can be learned and is a practice that we can grow in.
The Lord's prayer teaches us to remember there is evil in our world and our need to focus on God as our deliverer from it.
The Lord's prayer teaches us to acknowledge our struggle with temptation.
The Lord's prayer teaches us to face the need and issues of forgiveness at ground zero: our relationship with God.
The Lord's prayer teaches us to pray to God about the everyday, common things of life.
Living a Christian life while at the same time using our brokenness and pain as an excuse to not be closer to our Heavenly Father is another form of hypocrisy and religious performance Jesus wants us to be free off.
The Lord's prayer, in Matthew chapter 6, is Jesus' substitute for hypocrisy and religious performance.
The Lord's prayer teaches us that God's name shoud be treated as holy. Just as our names are important to us because they are who we are, so to are the names of God.