Many Christians are acquainted with the anxiety that can come from being involved in a court case. Sometimes, even full-blown desperation will try to take over the situation. But it’s up to you whether or not you vie in to these emotions. In order to come out victoriously, you must refuse anxiety and fear. If you are in the middle of a court case, God cares. He wants you to have faith in Him for direction through every situation related to the legal battle. As you face a legal battle, you must choose to walk in God’s righteousness, His integrity, His love and His Word. And through the challenge, stand on, pray and confess the truth of God’s Word as reflected in the following prayer:
Father, I ask You to help me as I face this legal battle. I thank You for being a very present help in time of trouble. I open my heart to the Holy Spirit to reveal any of my own disobedience in this matter so that I may repent and receive Your forgiveness. Deliver me from hate and revenge. In the Name of Jesus, I ask You to cause truth to prevail. I pray that You will protect me from lying tongues and deceitful lips. I believe and declare that no weapon formed against me will prosper, and any tongue unjustly rising against me will be shown to be wrong. I will dwell in Your secret place, which hides me from the strife of tongues. I pray that you will stop false witnesses that speak against me and cause them to be caught in their own trap. Help me as I reply in defense. Let Your Spirit give me the words to say when I need them. By an act of my will, I refuse to fear, and I cast down any imagination that tries to exalt itself above the knowledge of You and Your love. In the Name of Jesus, I now cast the care of this court case upon You. I resist anxiety, and I receive calmness and peace. I believe that Your favor and the favor of man will surround me like a shield.
Your Word says You will perfect that which concerns me, so I make a conscious decision to receive Your perfected end. I give You all the glory for all that will be accomplished, and I will testify of Your goodness. Amen.
Scripture References: Genesis 15:1; Exodus 4:15, 14:13; Deuteronomy 3:22, 20:3, 31:6, 8; Psalms 5:12, 46:1, 138:7-8; Proverbs 3:4-6, 6:16-19, 12:19, 22;Isaiah 54:17; Luke 12:11-12; Acts 11:18; II Corinthians 10:5; Ephesians 6:10; I Peter 5:7; I John 1:9