Legal disputes that end in court cases might be one of the illest experiences.
Even worse, striving to leave the case can be more demanding to both the accused and the defendant.
If you have been attending your court case for many years without a solid judgment, you can turn those low moments into prayer for God’s will to take the lead.
This post will provide eight strong prayers to have a court case dismissed and restore your happiness.
Before you start, save these dangerous prayers for favor and blessings.
1) Short Prayer for Court Case to be Dismissed
I bow before Your throne today in deep sorrow and worry regarding the ongoing court case. Lord, You see how much this case has interfered with my daily job and relationships.
Today, I pray that the court may dismiss the case so I can return to my duties and everyday life. Guide me as I gather enough evidence to defend my innocence before the judges.
In the name of Jesus, I pray. Amen.”Original StAgnes.net prayer. Copying prohibited, except with source.
Winning or dismissing a court case is no child’s job. While the process can be lengthy, you can start with having unshakeable faith in God and executing it in your prayers and actions.
The ultimate goal of an ongoing court case is for the judge to decide for both parties. However, sometimes, due to a lack of enough evidence and other elements, the court case might be dismissed.
In the Bible, you can even find evidence of God helping people in prison.
In the book of Acts, Paul and Silas prayed with faith and trust in God and they received their miracle.
“About midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the other prisoners were listening to them. Suddenly there was such a violent earthquake that the foundations of the prison were shaken. At once all the prison doors flew open, and everyone’s chains came loose.” — Acts 16:25-26.
If you need an urgent miracle in your life, try these powerful prayers.
2) Miracle Prayer for Charges to be Dropped
I pray that my ongoing charges may be dropped. I strongly nullify every wrongful decision against me regarding this case, requesting that You may be the center of my judgment.
May You give my witnesses wisdom and courage to speak the truth and not be manipulated. In Jesus’ name, I pray. Amen.”Original StAgnes.net prayer. Copying prohibited, except with source.
A pending or ongoing court case can prevent you from many privileges, including:
- Receiving operational licenses;
- Obtaining bank loans;
- Securing some jobs;
- Renting a home.
Regarding legal disputes, many people seek solace and support from lawyers, advocates, witnesses, and court judges, completely forgetting the power of God in such situations.
Prayer can be a source of hope, wisdom, courage, and breakthrough in your case, regardless of how complicated it may appear.
As you pray, it’s essential to have adequate evidence in your support alongside an experienced and qualified lawyer to walk you out of this situation.
3) Powerful Prayer for a Positive Outcome in Court
I come before You today with a troubled heart due to my court hearing. Today, I bring the burden before You, praying that You may lead the way.
I pray for positive results concerning the court case so I may live in peace like before. Thank You in advance, for I believe You’re by my side in this battle.
In Jesus’ name, I pray. Amen.”Original StAgnes.net prayer. Copying prohibited, except with source.
Whether you’re availing yourself for the first hearing or it is your last court session, the above prayer can be the turn-around point for judges to deliver positive results when you have faith.
God who declares you innocent will take away your distress, have mercy on you and hear your prayer (Psalms 4:1).
In Jeremiah 33:3, God also asks believers to: ‘Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.’
4) Prayer for Someone Going to Court
I acknowledge You as the hope of the hopeless and helper of the helpless. You know that (say the person’s name) is heading to court, oh Lord.
I lay all their concerns and anxieties about this case before You, believing You will grant them the freedom they have been yearning for many years.
In Your name, I pray. Amen.”Original StAgnes.net prayer. Copying prohibited, except with source.
Should any of your friends, colleagues, or relatives be called upon to face the judges, the best you can do is make the above prayer on their behalf instead of condemning them.
Simultaneously, you should encourage the person going to court not to be afraid but keep their faith in God steadfast, believing He will act on their behalf.
Even better, you can pray with them before they move to the court or as they prepare.
The Holy Bible in Matthew 10:19 says that:
I believe you will also love these prayers to expose lies.
5) Prayer for Someone Facing Criminal Charges
I come before You today praying for on behalf of (say the person’s name) as they face criminal charges.
Lord, may You bless and watch over them during these frustrating times, praying that You will lead them to the right actions and decisions.
Reveal Yourself able and deliver this person from the injustices of this world so that they may continue servicing You and providing for them.
In Jesus’ name, I pray and trust. Amen.”Original StAgnes.net prayer. Copying prohibited, except with source.
Having someone you love and care about facing criminal charges can be one of the most heartbreaking experiences. It’s even worse when they’re facing charges of a crime they didn’t commit or don’t have a direct link to.
While you may be tempted to use corrupt and quick means to grab some victory on behalf of the person. Doing so will contradict your faith in God and might, even worse, land you in more significant trouble with the law enforcers and integrity team.
The best you can do is pray for them while striving to find adequate evidence and witnesses in their favor and protect them from further accusations.
6) Miracle Prayer for Justice in Court
I pray that justice may prevail in the court case against (mention the accused), for it has caused so much trauma.
May Your Holy Spirit rain over the judges and advocates so they may make a just ruling regarding the case.
As I wait, I pray that You may forgive me all sins I have committed knowingly and set my heart free from grudges. In Your merciful name, I pray. Amen.”Original StAgnes.net prayer. Copying prohibited, except with source.
As a believer, facing a legal dispute is one of the most faith-testing experiences you might ever come across.
In such situations, your faith in God might be shaken, especially when you feel the judges will grant an unjust ruling against you.
However, as God promised in Amos 5:24, “let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never-failing stream” when you make the above prayer.
Seeing someone else hurting because of an unjust ruling can also hurt. If you have such a person, praying for them and encouraging their faith in God in those trying times is essential.
7) Faith and Hope Prayer before Court Sentencing
You have seen me walking through difficult times due to the case that I have been facing. As I approach the sentencing, I pray that You may increase my faith and hope in You.
May You send Your angels to comfort me as I wait for the final verdict regarding the case. Oh Lord, please forgive my sins and acknowledge my innocence before my enemies.
I ask this in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen.”Original StAgnes.net prayer. Copying prohibited, except with source.
That period, while one waits for the final verdict regarding a court case, can be so worrying as you wonder what sentence the judges will give you.
As you wait, you can speak to God by asking Him to grant you hope and faith in these trying times.
Remember that Jesus pleaded with everyone, including those who had sinned against Him or, even worse, betrayed Him (Judas Iscariot).
As a Christian, you should believe that the judges can also plead with you and shorten your sentence alongside other penalties.
It would be more fantastic if you were willing to repent your sins and change your ways, regardless of the sentence you’ll be granted.
Bless your court sentencing day with these miracle and powerful prayers (with images).
8) Prayer for Victory in Court Cases
“God my Redeemer,
You have promised in Your word that I should call on You at all times, and You will answer me and reveal great and mighty things I don’t know.
Today, I put my faith in You, praying for victory in the court case against me. As Your child, I enforce the triumphant victory of Jesus in this case, believing that the angels are backing me.
In Jesus’ Mighty name, I pray. Amen.”Original StAgnes.net prayer. Copying prohibited, except with source.
After praying and before entering the court, say to yourself:
“I am using patience, faith, and kindness to persuade the judges and watch them change any deceitful verdicts in their minds regarding this case. I believe that I will emerge victorious in Your name and focus on other matters of life once and for all.”
While you may feel hopeless about your pending court case, especially if the defendant has social or political influence, you can turn your face to God in prayer and watch Him do the wonders.
Remember to also thank God for His immense love whether you emerge victorious or not, for He always has good plans for our lives.
I believe you should also pray these miracle prayers of gratitude.
Will These Prayers Really Help Me?
Yes! You can make the above prayers with the guarantee that God will help your court case get dismissed or make you victorious against the other party. However, you must have faith, trust, and patience in God while you pray.
Can I Pray More than One Prayer?
Yes. There’s no limit to the number of prayers you can make among the above ones, as it mainly depends on the situation you’re praying about. Remember to be specific with your needs for more excellent results.
Can I Light a Candle before the Trial?
Absolutely! You can light a candle while you pray before the trial to pave the way for positive outcomes and energies regarding the case.
People with pending or ongoing court cases are probably the most stressed due to the frustrations that come with the situation.
Perhaps you’ve gathered all the relevant evidence and witnesses against a particular case with no success; you can now shift your efforts to God through prayers and hope for great results.
You now have eight fantastic prayers to make in different court cases, no matter how complicated they may appear.