No, it's was just an example of how to pray and how NOT to pray. We aren't to pray for what we want, He knows what we want. We are supposed to give thanks and pray for others. Notice it "OUR" Father, not MY Father.
no,I'm sure it isn't " wrong", there billions of people that do not know the lords prayer. it's one prayer among so many others. I'm sure that if you never learn that particular prayer G-D will accept all your other prayers. look at it this way,there are probably many people that are immoral or bad and they know the lords prayer. so knowing a single prayer is no indication of a person being good or bad. besides,it isn't hard to learn,go find a copy and memorize it. then, you won't have anymore worries or concern on that score. good luck.
I've often wondered about the inanity of Jesus saying "When ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as the heathen do: for they think that they shall be heard for their much speaking," and then launching history's vainest, most repetitive prayer.
The Lord's Prayer is a model for us to follow. Although we don't have to repeat it verbatim, the topics addressed in it are good to pray about (Matthew chapter 6). If you needed topics to pray about, here are a few suggestions:
Faith in God.—Luke 17:5. Holy spirit, or God’s active force, to help you do what is right.—Luke 11:13. Strength to deal with troubles and to resist temptation.—Philippians 4:13. Inner peace or calmness.—Philippians 4:6, 7. Wisdom to make good decisions.—James 1:5. Help with daily needs.—Matthew 6:11. Forgiveness of sins.—Matthew 6:12.