PRAYER: Father, I make a quality decision to forgive. Your Word says in 1 John 1:9 that when I repent, You are faithful and just to forgive me and cleanse me of my sin. I will not allow unforgiveness to block my blessings, neither will it prevent me from loving at all times. (Prov. 17:17.) Right now I speak to the mountain of unforgiveness, and say, “Be removed from my life forever, in Jesus’ name.” (Matt. 21:21)
CONFESSION: In the name of Jesus, I will sow forgiveness and therefore reap forgiveness. I declare that I will not walk in unforgiveness another day in my life. By the confession of my mouth, I renounce unforgiveness. And in the name of Jesus, I set my will to forgive. I am covered by the blood.
I declare my freedom from the spirits that torment me. I declare today that, by the Spirit of God, every area of my life that has been bound by the spirit of unforgiveness is set free. Whom the Son sets free is free indeed. (John 8:36.) Therefore, every demonic force, every tormentor, I command you now, leave me! Leave my household! Leave my children! Leave my family! Be gone!
As the redeemed of the Lord, I declare now that whatever I say is so! (Ps. 107:2.) I say I am free, and it is so. I say I walk in forgiveness, and it is so. Right now, I release every individual I’ve held ill feelings against. I roll all my cares concerning them over on You, Lord God, and I’m free from them. (1 Peter 5:7)
Now I fully expect hundredfold return of everything that I’ve missed as a result of unforgiveness. In the name of Jesus, I call the power back. I call the anointing back. I call prosperity back. I call deliverance back. In Jesus’ name, I am totally restored and completely free.
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