“Dear Heavenly Father,
Thank you that I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Although I have read this in your word several times, for some reason, I am having a hard time believing it. Help me to see the truth about me. If you said it, it must be true. Please increase my faith and trust in your word to not just be a knowing of my mind, but an understanding of my heart.
In the name of Jesus I bind the demonic spirit of fear. For God has not given me a spirit of fear, but of power, and of love and of a sound mind. I have the ability within me to choose my thoughts, and I am making the choice to not give into the fears that have kept me bound in chains that cannot be seen. Lord, give me the boldness I need to come against the enemy when he is attacking my mind with thoughts that will bring out my insecurities and weaknesses. Help me to see when I am slipping back into my old way of thinking and send me the verses I need to quote out loud when I am feeling vulnerable.
I choose today to be a partner with the Lord in this war against my spirit. I will not give one more second of my precious life to the spirits of fear, anxiety, worry, angst, trepidation, panic attack, depression, isolation, insecurity, self-obsession, selfishness, neediness, touchiness, offense and passive-aggressive control is bound to the spirit of balack right now in Jesus’ name.
I ask that the Lord open my eyes to the lies I have been told, and the original source of when, where and how I was deceived. When this is revealed to me, I ask that the Lord heal the wounds so that the one who wants to destroy my spirit has no more ammunition to work with, because my wounds and sensitiveness’ are no longer feeding him. They are gone.
Lord, please renew my mind every time I sleep at night, every time I hear your word, and every time I bless the ones who hurt me. I want to be the kind of person who helps others and lifts them up. Help me to be the strong one this time.
By your strength, I know you can and you will because you are with me and you want the best for me.
I praise you in advance for the victory is yours, and although I look the same in the mirror, I am no longer the same in my spirit. In Jesus’ precious name, thank you for helping me overcome what I could never have done in my own power, Amen!”
Author: Julia Shalom Jordan
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