Sermon Recap

In our discussion on breaking strongholds, this is the prayer from Sunday:

I here and now reject and disown all the sins of my ancestors. I specifically renounce the sins of [name the areas of family sin the Lord reveals to you]. As one who has now been delivered from the domain of darkness into the kingdom of God’s Son, I choose to believe that all the sins and iniquities of my ancestors have been confessed, and I now stand forgiven and cleansed in Christ. I choose to believe that Jesus has broken every curse that Satan and his workers have put on me. I announce to Satan and all his forces that Christ became a curse for me when He died for my sins on the cross. I reject any and every way in which Satan may claim ownership of me. I belong to the Lord Jesus Christ who purchased me with His own blood. I reject all blood sacrifices whereby Satan may claim ownership of me. I declare myself to be fully and eternally signed over and committed to the Lord Jesus Christ. By the authority I have in Christ, I now command every enemy of the Lord Jesus to leave my presence. I commit myself to my heavenly Father to do His will from this day forward. In Jesus’ name, amen.

[Source: Neil Anderson]

Plus, small correction from the content: most research shows Esther married the king of Persia, not Assyria.


Adam S