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Lenten Devotional - Day Fifteen

Read: Psalm 35


Think: Jesus was put on trial for crimes He didn’t commit. David felt this way too in the Psalms. When you are accused wrongly, how will your response show people the confidence you have that God always wins? How have you let Satan convince you that God has lost…that you have lost?


Pray: God, protect my mind from doubt, depression, and hopelessness. Help me to claim that eternal victory that I have in you because of the resurrection. Even when things are hard and I feel surrounded on all sides, remind me to call on your name and not give up. You always win!


Apply: If you have been going through a hard season of life, open up to someone you trust, who knows Jesus, and share it with them. Ask them to pray for you and proclaim victory over your life.

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