“Dear Heavenly Father,
Thank you for the power you give your children, the power to pray in the name of Jesus.
This family of _________’s has a generational curse of lust, perversion, rape and sodomy going back as many generations as you know, Lord.
In the name of Jesus, break every bond and curse that has not been broken completely and set this family free.
Although__________________(the rape victim) has free-will of her/his own, and must pray for herself/himself, we ask that you give her/him the strength to reach out and receive the help that is offered through your Son, Jesus.
Lord, we stand against the spirit of Bitterness that will rise up and whisper in _________________’s ear. Un-forgiveness, we see you and curse you. Lord, protect this child from the roots of these attitudes that could prevent her/him from turning to you and softening hers/his heart towards their salvation.
In the name of Jesus, I stand in the spiritual realm linking hands and hearts with this hurting family. We link our faith and we raise our shields to protect_______________ (the victim) and family from the backlash of the enemy that wants to keep them all in bondage.
What happened to ________________ was not God’s negligence, but the result of satan’s evil corruption. His snare has entrapped this family for years. He is not letting go without a fight and he does not play fair. He is using this incident and we see it for what it is.
Lord, as the painful memory of this situation tries to resurface, I ask that you heal that area completely and help____________ to forgive with the power of Christ. With your glory light, use this incident to further _____________’s compassion for victims like her/himself and to tell of the glory of your saving grace.
Lord, give supernatural wisdom to _________ and _____________ (the victim). All the powers that the enemy used to work through her/his body are null and void.
We ask that the Holy Spirit take up residence and take over those areas. Increase her power and protection, as she/he will need it to fight against the forces that are upon her/him. In Jesus’ precious name, Amen.”
Author: Julia Shalom Jordan
If you or someone you know is being sexually abused, do not use prayer as a substitute for getting help. We, at shalombewithyou.com recommend prayer in addition to getting help. Reach out to someone safe who will assist you in protecting yourself. If you notice someone else who is being abused, seek guidance on how to help that person from a certified abuse counselor.