Sermons for Advent,
This review is from: The Lord and His Prayer (Paperback)
I used this as the basis for a series of Bible studies during Advent, which is where it has its origin: as an Advent sermon series. I liked that focus.
The best Biblical connections he makes are the way in which the Fatherhood of God comes in the OT context of 1) the release of Israel from Egypt (let my son go) 2) the promise to David that God would be the Father of his offspring. Both of these promises make the fatherhood of God intimately tied to the coming of the Kingdom.
Later chapters make less explicit biblical and exegetical connections, at least in terms of utility for looking at bible study texts.
Examining the parts of the prayer that Jesus isn't himself praying was intriguing too. Jesus must be tested and isn't delivered from evil. (Except after death)