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Matthew 6:13

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 13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.2 For yours is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen. [Temptation: God will never allow a temptation to come on us that is greater than we are capable of withstanding; but he definitely allows temptations to come our way so that we either grow stronger in resisting them, or in falling to them suffer the pain of sin, which then motivates our improvement. Evil: The evil this prayer references is the evil in every man's heart, his own: selfishness, pride, covetousness, profane thoughts and words, lusts, sexual immorality, anger, greed, lying, cheating, drunkenness, stealing, etc. Jesus is the savior, the deliverer, the redeemer — who destroys the sin and evil in your heart, which has defiled you. Jesus, with your persistence to the end, will deliver you from the power of darkness and will translate you into his kingdom while you are still on earth, Col 1:13, John 14:3,17:24 Eph 2:5-6. Whatever man can do is because he was created with specific abilities; all glory is God's, the creator. It is impossible for a created being to claim glory. Any glory of a created being is only imagined and claimed as a lie. All glory belongs to God, who created all.]

Luke 11:4

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 4 And forgive us our sins, for we also forgive everyone who sins against us. And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil." [Unless you give up anger, hate, and resentment, you will not be forgiven. If you do not forgive men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses. Temptation: God will never allow a temptation to come on us, greater than what we are capable of withstanding; but he definitely allows temptations to come our way so that we either grow stronger in resisting them; or in falling to them, suffer the pain of sin to motivate our improvement. Evil: The evil this prayer references is the evil in every man's heart: his own selfishness, pride, covetousness, profane thoughts and words, lusts, sexual immorality, anger, greed, lying, cheating, drunkenness, stealing, etc. Jesus is the savior, the deliverer, the redeemer — who destroys the sin and evil in your heart, which has defiled you. Jesus, with your persistence to the end, will deliver you from the power of darkness, and will translate you into his kingdom while you are still on earth, Col 1:13, John 14:3,17:24 Eph 2:5-6.]

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