Your Evening Prayer

If we keep fighting our own inner battles. We’ll never have the strength to stand up and fight our true enemy.

O God, how I thank You for seeing my misery and hearing my cries because of Satan, the slave driver. You are concerned about my suffering. Come down to rescue me, O Lord, and bring me to Your place of promise (Exod. 3:7-8).

Who among the Gods is like You, Lord—majestic in holiness, awesome in glory, working wonders? Stretch out Your right hand and deal with my enemy, God! (Exod. 15:11-12).

I thank You that those who belong to You were meant to be the head, not the tail! If I am obedient to You and do not turn aside from Your ways, You will not allow the enemy to keep me at the bottom (Deut. 28:13-14).

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