Father, in the name of Jesus, I come to you right now confessing I have not been faithful. In a weak moment of hardship struggling with ______________________ I have allowed the enemy to convince me out of hoping in You. I have allowed the enemy to persuade me into giving up. I have overestimated my situation and underestimated Your strength. Forgive me. In a moment of confusion and exhaustion, my perception was skewed or, rather, my distance from You left an open door for the enemy.
So I declare right now, you God are greater and bigger than my struggle. (Luke 10:19) The enemy has no power over me and I resist every thought and idea that doesn’t line up with your Word of hope. I resist every thought of despair that would try to break forth in my thinking and my speaking. I declare and decree that I will speak the answer and not the problem. I praise you for reminding me of your word in Jeremiah 32:27 “I am the LORD, the God of all humankind. There is, indeed, nothing too difficult for me.” I thank you for your promise to give me hope and a future. I thank you Lord for your promise to give me a rich and rewarding life, not lacking in anything (John 10:10).
God I believe You are my provider, my helper and my healer. I believe you have empowered me to take hold of that which attempts to hold me in bondage. Lord allow me to see and sort through all that is in front of me. Release the spirit of heaviness and brokenness from my life and give me a clean spirit, so that I may approach every issue with a good, positive heart. I declare that I am coming out victorious. Allow me to persevere. It is written, “Blessed is the man who perseveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love him.” I believe I have the victory to create a plan and move forward in prayer. I believe you will give me practical steps to resolve my mess so my life can be the masterpiece You intended. Thank you, God. I love you, Father. You are so good to me. My strength is being renewed even now. In Jesus’ Name, Amen