Scripture: Ephesians 4:32 – And be ye kind one to another, tender-hearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you.
Are you struggling to let go of past wrongs?
Does it continually appear like a muddy stain on a white shirt and settle in your mind? Not even Vanish wants to remove the traces of that stain. Even with all the rubbing, it takes hold of your mind and actions. But those things have a way to keep you back. Hindering you to be the “white shirt” you are meant to be. The longer it takes to remove it, the longer it reminds you of your own inabilities.
The stain has no awareness of your struggle to forgive. He/she has moved on and is very cosy. You are the one that is crippled at the end. The quicker I deal with it the quicker you can move on. Don’t allow yesterday’s stains to stop your growth. Forgive. Let go of that victim attitude and settle to be an overcomer. No wronged stain has the ability to hold you back. It is a choice to get rid of it once and for all. It is also a choice to keep it.
If so, what does that stain remind you of? Don’t allow that reminder to rob you of the abundance Father has promised you. His promises are far greater than the prison stain holding you. Break the prison chain and move forward.
Father, today I want to lie down this wrong. I ask that you help to remove this permanently from my mind. I forgive ________ and declare today that it has no hold over me. I break the chain of unforgiveness and let it go. I give you the key to my heart. Remind me of your word and give me peace. I set my mind on your word, reveal its truths to me. Replace the lies and hurt with certainty and healing. I accept your divine intervention. Thank you, that Jesus showed me the way therefore, I can do exactly that. Walk in divine purpose. I declare this stain wiped from my mind and that I am free.
In Jesus Name, Amen.