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Proverbs 4:23 NKJV

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Renunciations and Affirmations for Lesson 17

Accepted in the Beloved: 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 ___ (Abandonment, Accusation…) in the generations of my fathers and I repent of having walked in it myself.  I repent of my own sin of ___ (Fear of abandonment…). Forgive me and break its power over me and off my generations.

Abandonment
Fear of abandonment
Fear of commitment
Pattern of abandoning others


Accusation
Accusation by others
Self-accusation
Self-condemnation
Accusation of others
Critical spirit


Rejection
Rejection by others real or imagined
Self-rejection
Self-hatred
Rejection of others
Condemning spirit


Fear
Fear of failure
Fear of man
Fear of rejection
Fear of vulnerability
Fear of others' words and attitudes
Fear of speaking in public


Driven-ness to achieve
False burden bearing
False responsibility
Rescuing
Perfectionism
Discontentment
 

Unloving spirits
Unhealthy need for love
Unhealthy need for approval
Unhealthy need for acceptance
Unhealthy need for identity
False or fabricated personality
Insecurity
Inability to receive love
 

Rebellion
Control
Manipulation
Unbelief (in God’s acceptance of you)


Self-pity
Depression
Deep hurt and wounding of the spirit
Hopelessness
Unbelief (in God’s promises to you)

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

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