Unforgiveness poison’s our soul!
God can Heal all Unforgiveness in your Heart.
Do you have any anger, resentments or any bitterness in your heart?
God can heal the pain that we can have from having unforgiveness in our heart. The pain that occurs when we haven’t forgiven ourselves or some person, place or memory that we haven’t forgiven from our past.
Unforgiveness can cause us so many problems that we deal with in our lives. It is the root cause of problems or conditions like depression, excessive anger, resentments, a wounded spirit and bitterness. It can cause sicknesses like anxiety, ulcers and even prevent healing. Research studies have reported higher rates of heart disease and cardiac arrest, elevated blood pressure, arthritis, back problems, headaches, and chronic pain when a person is holding on to a grudge or unforgiveness.
If you are suffering from any of these conditions, unforgivess in your heart is very possibly the cause.
Unforgiveness can cripple your soul, relationships and life.
If you are holding unto or hiding any unforgiveness, I encourage you to dedicate today to healing and spend some serious time with God and this prayer and find peace.
Bring it to Him and allow Him to do what He does best. Heal your heart and heal your family.
God says: WE MUST FORGIVE! He first forgave us, so we can truly forgive others. Through forgiveness you can finally find peace.
Jesus taught us, “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.” We will be forgiven in the same measure that we forgive others. We have all made far too many mistakes ourselves not to forgive others for any mistakes they have made, large or small.
Jesus said in Matthew 6:15 – But if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.
We must forgive ourselves and others to be obedient and have peace.
Here is a Prayer for Forgiveness and the Healing of your Heart!
God’s Prescription for a Peaceful Night Sleep!
The one prayer that we can say that can and will finally bring all Believers PEACE and HEALTH!
Peace of Heart. Peace of Mind! Peace in our Spirit and Peace in our relationships with God and other people!
The following prayer should be said when you can spend some quality time, alone, with God.
Mat 18:34-35 And his lord was wroth, and delivered him to the tormentors, till he should pay all that was due unto him. So likewise shall my heavenly Father do also unto you, if ye from your hearts forgive not every one his brother their trespasses.
Heavenly Father, the One true Living God, I behold you as God of all the heavens and earth. I believe You sent Your Only Begotten Son, Yeshua, the Lord Jesus Christ, to the earth to destroy the works of the flesh and the devil. I believe He gave up His place with you in glory, took on human form, taught and ministered to all people who would receive Him, and submitted Himself to unjust punishments, even death by torture on a Roman cross, especially for me and my sins.
I believe Jesus, the son of man, died on a cruel cross like a common criminal to absolve the debt of my personal sins, the iniquities of my forefathers, and the sins of the world. I thank you, Father in heaven, for raising Jesus from the dead, to live forever as my Savior, my Lord, and my God.
Thank you, Father, for sending the Holy Spirit, to set all of those apart who receive Him as the baptizer, the Comforter and the One who empowers us to live the life of a true believer.
Father, in the Name of Jesus and under the power of His Blood, I confess that I and those of my family as far back as Adam have not loved, but have resented certain people or groups who have hurt, slandered, offended, betrayed or disappointed us.
I have held: UNFORGIVENESS, BITTERNESS, PREJUDICES, HATRED, ANGER, RAGE, DESIRE FOR RETALIATION, EMOTIONAL MEMORIES, AND MURDER, IN MY HEART.
I confess I have caused hurt to others by our behavior and lack of love. You have told me in Your Word, that to be forgiven, I MUST forgive. I choose to obey Your Word, I choose to forgive individually, and in behalf of all those in my family tree.
Father, I plead the Blood of Yeshua, my Lord Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God, as authorization to come before You in this matter for myself, and on behalf of all those in my family lineage.
As God of the living, who lives outside of time, I pray You would bring all of the (your Father’s last name) and (Mother’s last name) families and all their generations before You that we may be absolved of our debts of unforgiveness.
I declare and confirm my and our forgiveness to:
- Name each and every person, living or dead, who has in any way hurt, disappointed, betrayed, failed, abused or caused unjust pain to me.
- Every institution, organization or authority that has caused undue hardship in my life because of unfairness, thievery or deceptiveness.
Father, I wait now for You to bring to my mind, through, the Holy Spirit’s ministry any specific person or situation I need to forgive. I will to forgive: (Pause here to see what the Holy Spirit brings to mind.
Then specifically forgive each person or situation. Spend as much time here as you need. God forgives us, we noe need to forgive others. Then:
Father, Your Word says that whoever calls on Your name shall be delivered. I ask now for deliverance from the curses and effects of unforgiveness and bitterness in my life, and I do now renounce and rebuke the unclean spirits involved. I renounce, rebuke, and CAST OUT all spirits of:
UNFORGIVENESS, ANGER, VIOLENCE, HATRED, REJECTION, FEAR, RETALIATION, MURDER AND MEMORY RECALL OF OFFENSES.
I curse the root of bitterness in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, to wither and dry-up to its roots and never again bear fruit in my life.
In the name of Jesus and by the power of His Blood, I break every curse that has come upon me and my family because of unforgiveness and its effects.
Father, I now confess all of this as my personal sin including the sins and iniquities of my forefathers and ask Your forgiveness through the suffering and dying of Your Son and my Savior, The Lord Jesus Christ.
Father, in heaven, I do now receive Your forgiveness knowing I have forgiven. I believe Your Word that says if we confess our sins You are faithful and just to forgive our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
Thank you, for cleansing us from all the effects of unforgiveness and bitterness.
In the Name of Jesus Christ and under the authority of His Blood, I renounce, rebuke and cast-out all unclean spirits of guilt, condemnation, unworthiness, shame, infirmities and fears that have come in because of a bitter heart. I stand now, believing I am forgiven, knowing there is no condemnation in Christ Jesus. I am forgiven and have been washed clean by the power of the Blood of Jesus. Father. I am loved. I am Your child. Amen.
Thank You Father, now and forevermore. Amen.
Thank Jesus for the Love that He provides you.
Are you confident where you are going to spend eternity when this all ends? There is an end for all of us some day. Some of us maybe today.
There is only one way to know and be assured– Ask our Father in heaven in Jesus Christs’ name in prayer today!
Are You Saved from damnation, the eternal fate of so many? Are you sure? Ask Him. Find out and be assured.
Rom 8:16 The Spirit Himself bears witness with our spirit that we are the children of God.
When we ask the Lord, in Jesus Christ’s name, He assures us with His peace and understanding. If for any reason you question your salvation, go to a quiet place, alone, and talk to Jesus. Repent of your sins and commit your life to Him. Then go to a bible believing church and get baptized.
He is faithful! He always listens and always responds!
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May God Bless and raise you up,
Pastor Thomas Holm