Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Imported Prayers

We can read, and even accept prayers from others, but God asked us to write our own. The New Rosary is a basis to go with, not something to be followed in all letters, and words: We may always add a word, a new paragraph, etc. The New Rosary is just to teach us the right sequence: Praise first, then ask, for instance. 

Today we saw the prayers sent by a fellow professor to us: Warfare 

This post is just to teach how to deal with material that comes from others, material we are not quite sure should belong to our Church or lives. 

Some references are inadequate for The Empire. For instance, they call Jesus Lord. We call God Lord, and we don't believe in the Holy Trinity. You read the original from their page if you wish, since putting it here would make whoever reads take it, but we only offer the adapted version here, and we don't accept the original versions. We do not advertise other beliefs. We only accept ours.

Here is a possible adaptation, so that we are accepting some of their prayers, but we are also adapting them to our chosen reality:

Breaking Curses

In the name of God's people, by the power of their suffering, their blood, and resurrection, I take authority over all curses, hexes, spells, voodoo practices, witchcraft assignments, satanic rituals, incantations, and evil wishes that have been sent my way, or have passed down the generational bloodline. I break their influence over my life by the power of the good spirits, those that belong to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and I command these curses to go back to where they came from, and be replaced with a blessing.
I ask forgiveness for, and renounce, all negative inner vows, and agreements that I have made with the enemy, and I ask that the spirits of God release me from any bondage they may have held in me. I claim their bodies' shed blood over all aspects of my life, relationships, ministry endeavours, and finances. I thank you for our enduring love, your angelic protection, and for the fullness of your abundant blessings. 




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