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III. Toxic Emotions: Forgiveness – Session 13 - Part B-3a
The Forgiveness Affidavit - Session 13 - Part B-3a
Make the list of all the people who have hurt you, including yourself, and pray the “Prayer Against Unforgiveness” on next page, for that person or persons and yourself to be delivered, healed, and restored! To be effective, pray the prayer for each person involved, each individual name on the list. In doing this, you will become free of all shame, guilt, self-condemnation, regret, and sorrow; hence, setting you free from unforgiveness.
III. Toxic Emotions: Forgiveness – Session 13 - Part B-3b
Prayer Against Unforgiveness - Session 13 - Part B-3b
In the name of Jesus, and as an act of my free will, I purpose and choose to forgive (the person) from my heart for (what they did).
In the name of the Lord Jesus, I cancel all (the person's) debts or obligations to me. Lord Jesus, forgive me for my bitterness towards (the person).
In the name of Jesus, I break and cancel satan's power over me in this memory, and the resulting pain. I hate the devil.
In the name of Jesus, I command that all the tormentors to leave me now. In the name of Jesus, I command the bitterness to go. Holy Spirit, I am asking that You heal my heart of this pain and hurt and reveal to me God’s truth in this situation, in Jesus’ name, Amen.
Listen for the Holy Spirit to speak and write down what He says so you can rebuke the accusing spirit, when it comes to remind you of what the person did to you!
If the accusing spirit tries to bring back the hurtful memories, repray and keep repraying until you have truly forgiven the person. Remember again, forgiveness is not a feeling but a choice! Forgive with your heart!
God's BLESSINGS to you all and your families!!
Rev. Dr. Dorothy E. Hooks