Day 2• Fasting & Praying

1 John 1:9, If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

Heavenly Father, You Are The God of My Salvation. Lord You Are The God Who Delivers us from all evil. I thank You Heavenly Father for sending Jesus, to be my Redeemer and my Deliverer. Because You are faithful and just to forgive all my sins, I confess all sins that I myself have committed, and I confess of any sins committed by members of my family, my parents, grandparents in generations past. Heavenly Father You Are Great in Mercy. I ask Your forgiveness and receive it now in Jesus’ name. Heavenly Father, I repent of all sinful activity and anything unholy that has been operating in my life. Because I am a child of God, saved by the precious blood of Jesus Christ, I declare my body is the temple of God and it belongs to God alone. And today, I take authority in Jesus’ name and I cast out every spirit of addiction, anger, bitterness, fornication, jealousy, lying, lust, manipulation, murder, perversion, pornography, rebellion, and any other spirit that is unholy. Today I renounce all agreements with these spirits now in Jesus’ name. I sever all ties with these evil spirits now in Jesus’ name. And I command these demons to come out of me now in Jesus’ name. I declare all demonic activity in my life, in my mind, will, imagination, emotions and my intellect to cease in Jesus’ name. Now Heavenly Father, I ask that You send me the power of your Holy Spirit so I can have the power to live a lifestyle that is separated from sin – a life that is holy and pleasing to You Oh God. And now I Thank You Heavenly Father for Forgiving me. Thank You Heavenly Father for giving me the power to resist the devil. I decree and declare I have been forgiven. I am delivered. I am set free today in Jesus’ name. And I give You Lord all the glory, all the honor and praise for the blessing of deliverance and victory today in Jesus’ name. Amen.

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