In the strong authoritative name of Messiah Jesus, who has all authority in heaven and earth, I stand against the world, the unbelief of my heart, and the devil.
I resist every force that would seek to distract me from the abundant life that is God’s gift to me in my Savior Jesus.
I reject the distorted concepts and ideas that make me think that if I sin then I will win.
I reject all that leads me to see disobedience as plausible and desirable.
I oppose every attempt that keeps me from knowing full abiding fellowship with my LORD Jesus and bearing much kingdom fruit In my life. By the power of the Holy Spirit in my life,
I speak directly to the thoughts, emotions, and desires of my heart and command you to find your satisfaction in the infinite wonder and variety of God’s love in Messiah Jesus rather than the bland and poisonous diet of rebellious sin.
I call upon the true, the good, and the beautiful that reflects Christ to rise up within me and the dark evil to subside.
I ask for the increase of love, righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit to control my life. By the infinite kingdom authority of the resurrected King Jesus and the power of HIS sacrificial blood,
I tear down Satan’s strongholds in my life, in the lives of those I love, and in the society in which I live.
I take into myself the weapons of truth, righteousness, peace, salvation, the Word of God, and prayer.
I command every influence to leave, you have no right here and have been defeated at the cross and resurrection of the eternal divine Jesus, the Son of God.
I grant and allow that which works darkness in me, no right of entry. The LORD is my refuge and fortress.
I ask for an increase of faith, love, and hope so that by the power of God in Christ Jesus, I can be effective In being a light on a hill causing truth and justice to flourish.
Lord, let me see YOU more clearly, that I will love YOU more dearly, and follow you more nearly, day by day.
These things I pray for the sake of HIM who loved me and gave HIMSELF for me. Amen
[Gal 2:20 NLT] 20 My old self has been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me. So I live in this earthly body by trusting in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.