“Dear Heavenly Father,
I come to you with praise for being a God that is so forgiving and merciful. I need your mercy today.
I have been complaining about the condition of my finances and you have revealed through conviction that I am responsible for my financial condition. I have an unhealthy unbalanced way of dealing with my money.
I confess and repent and turn from the sin of robbing you of your tithes and the offerings you have told me to give in the past that I have withheld from you and the church. Lord, this sin set a curse upon my family and myself. This shows a deeper problem with greed, and I am asking you to show me the root of it, and how I can re-new my mind about giving back a portion of what you blessed me with. All is your’s, Lord anyway.
I renounce the sins of not trusting in you to supply all my needs, the sin of fear of lack, greed, unbalanced priorities, stinginess, apathy and hoarding.
Help me to have a heart that worships you, not money. When you do bless me, show me the ways I can be a blessing to others. Give me a heart that craves to give to others.
Lord, I ask for the fear of the Lord to be implanted into my soul in my financial dealings. I need this conviction to keep me on the right path of putting your needs for your kingdom first, as you have promised to supply the needs of my earthly kingdom when I do.
I choose today to serve you, Lord. Not the god of mammon. I ask that you bind the lying Assyrian King spirit that has trapped me in the past to be selfish with the things YOU have bestowed upon me.
Lord, all I have was all yours to begin with. You have blessed me and trusted me with the stewardship over it. I have broken that trust. I bow down before you and give it all back to you. I ask for your wisdom to lead me to the proper way of handling all that I have. In Jesus’ precious name, to put you first in my life and my family, Amen.”
Author: Julia Shalom Jordan