What the Lord told me about “Lead us not into temptation”

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What the Lord told me about “Lead us not into temptation”




Makko Musagara




Dear reader, some Christians are confused by the written word of God saying “Lead us not into temptation” (see Luke 11:4). In this article I am going to tell you what the Lord told me about “Lead us not into temptation

In order to understand “Lead us not into into temptation“, you must understand the following facts.

Fact number 1.

Satan must get God’s permission before he tempts any Christian.

For this reason the Devil must go to our Father in Heaven to seek this permission. The Lord gave me Luke 22:31-32 to prove this fact.

Fact number 2.

Satan daily goes before God.

The Lord gave me Job 1:6, and Job 2:1 to prove this fact.

Fact number 3.

The reason Satan goes daily before God is to accuse Christians.

Satan makes these accusations so that God gives him permission to tempt Christians. The Lord gave me Job 1:9-10, and Revelation 12:10 to prove this fact.

Fact number 4.

Satan uses Bible verses to accuse Christians.

If a Christian acts against God’s written word in the Bible, Satan will use that Bible verse to accuse that Christian before God. Because God always honors his written word, he will give the Devil permission to tempt that Christian.

Fact number 5.

Our Father in Heaven can give Satan permission to tempt any Christian.

Check Job 1:12 to prove this fact.

Fact number 6.

Our Father in Heaven can lead a Christian into situations of temptation.

Our Father in Heaven led his son Jesus Christ to the Devil to be tempted. The Lord gave me Mathew 4:1 to prove this fact.

Fact number 7.

The Lord told me that if Christians can always ask him not to lead them into temptation, then he will always deny Satan permission to tempt them.

Every Christian must always say the Lord’s Prayer and ask our Father in Heaven as follows:


Forgive us our sins,
    for we also forgive everyone who sins against us.[a]
And lead us not into temptation.[b]


 Luke 11:4



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“Father, don’t lead me to the devil again for being tempted.”


Our Lord Jesus Christ daily prayed the Lord’s Prayer. Jesus daily asked Father in Heaven not to lead him to the devil again to be tempted.

Our Father in Heaven always heard Jesus’s prayer. God never led Jesus Christ again to the devil to be tempted.




Prayer that blocks Satan.

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6 Responses

  1. Phanuel

    God is weak and he does not protect those who believe in him he let them into humiliation always the devil rule this world piriod God is a mith people die and suffering but he does not demonstrate his powers to save them all he do is talk talk which has no help if God has power why he can’t protect his people so to me his power is useless devil has preys on us antill we believe his the only existing God if not tell your God to show him self or be quiet forever

    • Makko Musagara

      This is what Jesus Christ is telling you right now:

      “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” John 16:33

  2. Gerald Tate

    Thank you brother. In the Lord army.
    What I have seen and heard and experience so far in my life. I am here to say in John 15 verse 12 ,13. Then he call me friend verse 14. He said I love you son and I will always be Here for you, I have a place for you already when your time come. That day he died for me I now live for him. I am a pastor given by the Lord. Love you all in Jesus christ name amen..

  3. AK Pillay

    Great relevant teachings. Very helpful. It’s the first time I had an insight into “Lead us not into Temptation”

    Thank you. Blessings upon your teachings snd more wisdom in Jesus name.

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