A Prayer with Luke 22:24-46

On the night He was betrayed, Jesus prayed that His Father’s will, not His, be done. We pray God to work His will for us–breaking and hindering every evil plan and purpose of the devil, the world and our sinful nature, and strengthening and keeping us firm in His Word and faith.

Source: “Sacred Meditations Collects” (Daily Lectionary found in Lutheran Service Book, pages 299-304 or Treasury of Daily Prayer.)

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