Keep your heart with all
diligence, for out of it
spring the issues of life.
Proverbs 4:23 NKJV

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Renunciations and Affirmations for Lesson 4

Kingdoms in Conflict: Head to Heart Guide

        Confess/renounce previous agreements with untruth; confess/believe Truth as your new Way of life. (John 14:6)

The following is an ancient pattern of renunciation and confession for baptismal candidates taken from the 1979 Episcopal Book of Common Prayer.[1]

As you pray over it, confess any previous agreements with the kingdom of darkness (sins of thought, word or deed) and renounce them. Then confess and believe in Jesus and His Truth as your new Way of Life (John 14:6).

If you have never been baptized, seek out a faith community and go for it. Baptism is evidently very important to the Lord (Mark 16:16; Acts 2:38; Romans 6:3; 1 Corinthians 12:13; Galatians 3:27)!

Question    Do you renounce Satan and all the spiritual forces of wickedness that rebel against God?
Answer      I renounce them.

Question    Do you renounce evil powers of this world which corrupt and destroy the creatures of  God?
Answer      I renounce them.

Question    Do you renounce all sinful desires that draw you from the love of God?
Answer      I renounce them.

Question    Do you turn to Jesus Christ and accept him as your Savior?
Answer      I do.

Question    Do you put your whole trust in his grace and love?
Answer      I do.

Question    Do you promise to follow and obey him as your Lord?
Answer      I do.

 

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Scriptures and Foot Notes

[1]  The Episcopal Church, The Book of Common Prayer (New York: Church Publishing, Inc. 1982) p. 302-303