“Dear Heavenly Father,
I want to thank you for all that you are. I know that I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.
I need your help to get healed, I have tried to “get over” certain things that have happened to me, but I am still a broken mess inside. I cannot move forward with my life until my heart is healed.
Some people have broken my heart and my spirit by abandoning me. This has made me lose all faith in the goodness of people and all hope that there is anyone I can trust anymore.
I know in your word, that it says that anger does not produce the righteousness of God. This means if I want to have a good life, I cannot harbor anger inside me. For many years, I have held it in my heart because I felt entitled to these feelings. I realize now that these feelings are the very thing that are eating me alive and sucking the joy out of my life. I don’t want to hold onto anything that will hold me back anymore, but I need your power to help me to let go of my anger.
In the name of Jesus, I choose to forgive those who have hurt me just as Christ has forgiven me. I am choosing to do the right thing, even though I don’t feel like it in this moment. I am turning my back on the spirit of anger, rage, un-forgivenss and offense. Lord, lift this depression and heal my broken heart and broken spirit. Heal my body as it, too, has not escaped the poison of these ungodly emotions.
I thank you Lord, that you hear my cries and are working in the spiritual realm on my behalf. I know that there are habits that I need to change, to continue down the path that you want me to go—the path of emotional and spiritual well-being.
Lord, I need your supernatural wisdom and understanding on how to deal with my life your way. Show me the way I should go, give me the power to take your path even though it may not be comfortable at first. Show me when I am being harsh and unforgiving. Let me see myself for who I am, so I can quickly repent of the attitudes and mind-sets that are holding me back from the blessings you have in store for me.
In Jesus’ precious name, please heal me—in my emotions, spirit, mind, and body. Amen.”
Author: Julia Shalom Jordan
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