Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Return to the Father's Heart
So the Earth Will Survive
Robert B. Scott

Return to the Father’s Heart

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Daily Declarations - Bedtime


Bedtime Declarations



Bedtime Declarations Following are declarations that can be made at bedtime, while some can also be made at anytime. Note that these affirmations, while inspired by the Holy Spirit, are general guidelines rather than legalistic straitjackets. We are all unique, and we may choose and even need to make more personalized statements and perhaps in a different order. We begin with our general daily declarations. We have what we say, and when we speak what we intend to think and do according to God’s Word, we set our will to follow Jesus every day. The power of God’s Word sets our will for righteousness in Jesus. How we finish our day is extremely important.
  • Father, I submit and surrender all my thoughts and dreams to You, and ask You to keep Satan out of them.
  • I take my place in the heavenlies with Jesus to break off all prayers and prophecies spoken on my behalf that are not according to Your will. I forgive those who spoke and nullify all the plans of the enemy thus authorized.
  • I rejoice that I am in the Book of Life, redeemed by the blood of Jesus from all sin and sickness because You love me, Father.
  • I thank You, Father, Jesus and Holy Spirit for loving me with all Your heart, mind, strength and possessions. I love You with all my heart, mind, strength and possessions.
  • I thank You that all my needs are met according to Your riches in glory in Jesus.
  • I choose to receive this day only that which is from You. May anything that is not of You pass over me, whether it be in the form of prayers, prophecies, teachings or any human contact (such as hugs or handshakes).
  • I release this day to You, Jesus, including the wages of sin. I put the cross between me and the law of sowing and reaping. I thank You for all the good that happened today. I release all to Jesus and thank You, Father, for this new day.
  • I thank You for giving sleep to me, Your beloved. I shall sleep satisfied, untouched by evil (Prov. 19:23; other sweet sleep verses: Prov. 3:24 -- "When you lie down, you will not be afraid; When you lie down, your sleep will be sweet;" Psalm 4:8 -- "In peace I will both lie down and sleep, For You alone, O [Eternal], make me to dwell in safety;" Psalm 127:2(NKJV) -- "…He gives His beloved sleep.")
  • I ask You for the Holy Spirit to give me more understanding of [Bible chapter and verse or spiritual principle] as I sleep. I ask that this Word of God remain in my heart while I sleep and overcome every demonic influence. Thank You for awakening me refreshed at the appointed time, awakening my ear to listen as a disciple (Isa. 50:4; Prov. 6:20-22 - "My son, observe the commandment of your father And do not forsake the teaching of your mother; Bind them continually on your heart; Tie them around your neck. When you walk about, they will guide you; When you sleep, they will watch over you; And when you awake, they will talk to you." Ps. 16:7 -- "I will bless the [Eternal] who has counseled me; Indeed, my mind instructs me in the night.")