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Renunciations and Affirmations for Lesson 14

Discerning the Enemy: Head to Heart Guide

        Renounce any agreements with untruth; believe Jesus’ truth as your new way of life. (John 14:6)[1]
 

Take your time with these renunciations. They may not all apply to you; on the other hand, you may simply be unaware of their operation—the enemy loves to work "under the radar" of our conscious awareness and resistance. Being intentional before God with these confessions and renunciations puts them "under the Blood" and enlists the Lord's help in cleansing you of them. It also undercuts any legal right the enemy may have been claiming to keep these patterns in place. If you sense any resistance, command the spirit (its name would match the specific renunciation) to leave "in the Name of Jesus!" Do not, however, expect that the enemy will no longer test you in these areas; just the opposite may occur for a season as the Lord works to establish you in resisting these patterns.
 

Father, I renounce ______________ (Bitter judgments, Bitterness…) in the generations of my fathers and I repent of having walked in it myself.  I repent of my own sin of ______________ (Holding someone to his or...). Forgive me and break its power over me and off my generations.
 

Bitter judgments
Holding someone to his or her past
Holding a record of wrongs
Refusing to accept a person who changed
Refusing to believe a person may change
Inner vows never to be like someone

Suspicion
Mistrust and fear
Prejudice and bigotry
Paranoia: worried what others say
Quick to believe the worst of a person

Division
Focusing on other‘s weaknesses
Spreading strife and misunderstandings
Gossip and listening to gossip

Bitterness (coming out of accusation)
Being easily hurt and offended
Making judgmental and cutting remarks
Having a critical spirit, rejecting others
Indifferent to others, hardness, apathy
Negative view of people in general

Self-condemnation (hidden pride)
Self-accusation, self-blame, self-shame
Embarrassment, self-consciousness
Feelings of unworthiness and insecurity

Self-seeking
Competition (I must win to be OK)
Envy and jealousy
Comparison of myself to others
Comparison of others to myself
Perfectionism, driven to achieve

Blame-shifting
Accusing others but excusing myself
Blaming another for my problem
Denying responsibility for my own sin

 

Return to Discerning the Enemy: Head to Heart Guides for more ways to go deeper into these truths or stay "on course" by going to the...
 

[1]  Renunciation list modified from Be In Health® teaching and materials, Dr. Henry W. Wright, Thomaston, Georgia, seminar notes, October 2000.

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