Prayer for redemption

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Jehovah-Tsidqenu, The Lord is Our Righteousness,

I believe I have been saved by the Blood of the Lamb. I believe I am a new creation in Christ, the old has passed and the new has come (2 Corinthians 5). I believe I am transformed by the renewing of my mind (Romans 12:2). My testimony and heart resonate with Rahab for only you Lord know my sinful past, my heart’s desires and my motives. My sin is great, but Christ’s Blood is more powerful, redeeming me from my slave to sin. I repent of the old ways, attitudes, behaviors, and thoughts. I believe I have a purpose and plan set before me and what the enemy has tried to use for harm, You will use for good (Genesis 50:20).

I pray to come out of the dark as Rahab, out of the tomb as Lazarus, set free and able to use my works to go and tell. I pray the gift and talents be used for your Kingdom, my testimony drawing others into your harvest, encouraging your church, Jesus saves. I also pray for my family who does not know you. May You use me as a continual light to them, flavored with salt and not ashamed hiding myself or beliefs from them (Matthew 5:13-16). I pray for a powerful prayer life, in direct communication with you, believing my family will heed the calling and come to the cross.

I pray to immerse my self in your Word, a church, in service and worship to you. As Rahab engrossed and conformed no longer to the world, I too pray for the desire to know you and the power of your resurrection. To read and study, to pray and worship, to persevere during challenging times, trials and tribulations, helping me to never backslide to my old patterns and habits.

May I be as one to give my life to you, withholding no area. May I too hang my red cord, the precious Blood of Christ over my own home and family, giving my life for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. If I am the only Christian, filled with the Spirit, help me to stand unashamed and boast only in the name of Jesus of Nazareth (Galatians 6:14). In the name of Jesus of Nazareth I pray, amen


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