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Scripture Prayers For Emotional Healing

Scripture Prayers For Emotional Healing

Father, You are the Healer of the brokenhearted. You
declare that You bind up their wounds. Because it is
Your nature to heal, I ask You to heal
_________________ of all his/her emotional wounds.
By Your love and power, remove the hurt and anger
that ________________ is experiencing. Help him/her
move on to emotional wholeness (Psalm 147:3).

Father, I ask that _______________ would trust in
You as his/her Healer. Build his/her faith to depend on
You as his/her Healer. Reveal to ____________ that
You are filled with mercy and grace. Convict him/her of
Your willingness and ability to heal him/her (Psalm
103:8, 11).

Father, You are ______________’s Creator. You have
made his/her emotions. These emotions have been
wounded; they have been torn apart. Sinful, negative
emotions have been cultivated into his/her life. I plead
for You to release Your power into his/her life. Remove
the sinful, negative emotions that resulted from his/her
emotional wounds. Heal ___________ so that he/she
can experience emotional health and wholeness
(Genesis 1:27).

Father, _____________ has experienced deep
emotional wounds. However, I ask You to deliver
him/her out of all of these. Heal ___________ and
cause him/her to grow from these wounds (Psalm
34:19).

Father, You promise to be near those who are
brokenhearted. I pray that You would grant
_____________ a deeper experience of Your
presence. Surround him/her with Your love. Cause
him/her to know that You love him/her without
reservation (Psalm 34:18).

Father, You sent Jesus to heal the brokenhearted. You
sent Him to set the captives free. I plead in the name of
Jesus that ____________ would experience complete
emotional healing. In the name of Jesus, I pray that
_____________ would be set free from every past
hurt that binds him/her. Through Your Son Jesus, heal
_____________ and grant him/her freedom from the
consequences of his/her past hurts (Luke 4:18-19).

Father, I ask in the name of Jesus that You would bind
Satan and his demons from _____________. In the
name of Jesus, I plead that they would no longer harass
or oppress ______________ through his/her
emotional wounds. Deliver him/her from the attacks of
the enemy through past emotional wounds. 

Heal him/her and cut off every avenue of the enemy in
_______________’s life (1 Peter 5:8).

Father, I plead that ____________ would seek You
with all his/her heart. I ask that ____________ would
cry out to You for emotional healing. I plead that
______________ would seek You with all his/her
being and that You would release Your healing into
his/her life (Jeremiah 29:13).

Father, I ask You to set _____________ free from any
unforgiveness in his/her life. Deeply convict him/her of
any unforgiveness that he/she is harboring. Through
Your grace and power, enable him/her to release the
debt, the anger, and the damage into Your hands. I
plead that he/she would forgive as You do for the sake
of Christ (Matthew 6:14-15; Ephesians 4:32).

Father, grant ____________ the strength and help to
face the wounds of the past. I plead that ___________
will not neglect or suppress the hurt or the pain.
Empower him/her to face these things, to seek You for
healing, and move on by Your grace and power. I pray
that _____________’s past would no longer hurt,
hinder, or destroy ________’s present and future
(Hebrews 13:5-6, 8).

Father, I pray that You would cultivate the fruit of Spirit
in ______________’s life. I plead with You to
transform _____________. Root out the sinful,
negative emotions that have been cultivated in his/her
life. Replace these things with Your fruit (Galatians
5:22-23).

Father, _____________ has been wounded. Yet, I
plead for Your healing in his/her life. I ask that
____________ would forget those things that
happened in the past and would press on to Your
purpose and Your blessings for his/her future. I plead
that ________________ would keep his/her eyes
focused on You. I ask that _____________ would
continue to seek You and experience to the fullest what
You have purposed for him/her (Philippians 3:13).

Father, emotional hurts can produce sinful, negative
attitudes and behaviors that can hinder and destroy
relationships. I ask You to grant emotional healing to
___________. I pray that You would deal with any
sinful attitudes or behaviors in ___________’s life that
would hinder his/her relationships. I plead that You
would grant _____________ healthy, godly
relationships (Matthew 22:39).

Father, I plead that You would enable ____________
confess and repent of any sinful responses to his/her
emotional wounds. I pray that ___________ would
not see himself/herself as a victim, but would take
responsibility for his/her responses (1 John 1:9;
Proverbs 28:13).

Father, I pray that You would deliver ___________
from harsh, negative attitudes about himself/herself.
Cause him/her to know that there is hope, peace, and
healing with You. Show him/her that You can transform
his/her broken heart (Exodus 15:26).

 

Courtesy of The Prayer Closet Ministries, Inc.

Conexión Medio de Semana – 12 de Junio de 2019

Silencio, quietud y orientación ante Dios (2 minutos)

Lectura de las Escrituras y devocional:

“El Señor brinda su amistad a quienes le honran, y les da a conocer su pacto”. Salmo 25:14

El sentido de plenitud y alegría que comenzamos a experimentar en el marco de la amistad con el Espíritu Santo, es inalcanzable a través de cualquier otra relación o aspecto en la vida. Una rápida y maravillosa transformación tiene lugar cuando descubres la riqueza del amor que viene con la amistad continua y real con el Dios vivo. De la mano de la amistad con Dios viene la paz, la seguridad, la honestidad, la sanidad y la libertad. Cuando vives tu vida al compás del Espíritu, experimentas lo que experimentaron Adán y Eva al caminar con Dios mismo en el Jardín del Edén. Es como que descubres la vasta reserva de amor, afecto y ayuda perfecta que está disponible para ti en el Espíritu Santo. Abre hoy tu corazón para recibir una nueva revelación del deseo de Dios de tener amistad contigo a través del Espíritu Santo.

Jesús dice en Juan 15:15: “Ya no los llamo siervos, porque el siervo no está al tanto de lo que hace su amo; los he llamado amigos, porque todo lo que a mi Padre le oí decir se lo he dado a conocer a ustedes”. Dios anhela la amistad con su pueblo y a través del Espíritu Santo tenemos una conexión continua con Dios disponible para nosotros. El Espíritu desea que puedan caminar la vida juntos. Él quiere guiarte, hablarte y amarte. Él desea satisfacer tu anhelo de relación y puede hacerlo de maneras más amplias de lo que te imaginas.

Juan 14:16-17 dice: “Y yo le pediré al Padre, y él les dará otro Consolador para que los acompañe siempre:  el Espíritu de verdad, a quien el mundo no puede aceptar porque no lo ve ni lo conoce. Pero ustedes sí lo conocen, porque vive con ustedes y estará en ustedes”. Por la gracia de Dios has sido lleno de Dios mismo. Dentro de ti habita el mismo Espíritu que escribió la Biblia, resucitó a Cristo de los muertos, dio poder a los discípulos y se posó sobre las aguas en la creación de todas las cosas. ¡Y la Biblia dice que él anhela ayudarte! Jesús lo llama el “Ayudador”. ¡Qué increíble es la gracia de nuestro Dios para ofrecernos una relación con el Espíritu Santo! ¡Qué grande es su amor para que envíe a su Hijo a morir y así podamos tener una vida abundante por toda la eternidad, incluso ahora!

Entonces, ¿cómo crecemos en amistad con el Espíritu Santo? ¿Cómo le permitimos que satisfaga nuestro deseo de relación? El Salmo 25:14 dice: “El Señor brinda su amistad a quienes le honran, y les da a conocer su pacto”. Y Efesios 4:30 dice: “No agravien al Espíritu Santo de Dios, con el cual fueron sellados para el día de la redención”. La amistad con el Espíritu Santo comienza como cualquier otra amistad verdadera. Debemos respetarlo, amarlo, y brindarle tiempo. Debemos aprender lo que le gusta y lo que no le gusta. Debemos disculparnos cuando hacemos algo que le duele. El Espíritu Santo tiene sentimientos como cualquier otra persona. Pero también está lleno de gracia, perdón y amor incondicional. La amistad con él se produce siguiendo su guía, dándole tiempo para preguntarle cómo se siente con respecto a las cosas, y aceptando su dirección para salir de un estilo de vida de pecado e ir hacia la justicia disponible a través de Cristo Jesús.

El Espíritu Santo en este momento está esperando para guiarte hacia la amistad con él. Está entusiasmado con la idea de derramar su amor y cariño sobre ti. Él anhela alejarte de los pecados que te hieren a ti y lo entristecen a él. Anhela guiarte hacia una vida de relación en la que caminen juntos. Pasa tiempo en oración siendo lleno del Espíritu Santo y creando espacio para descubrir la realidad de su presencia en tu vida.

Pregunta a considerar: ¿Qué palabra o frase se destaca a usted. ¿Qué podría estar diciendo Dios a ti?

 

Oración: Concluir con silencio (2 minutos)

El Padre Nuestro (reza lentamente esto)
Padre nuestro que estás en los cielos, santificado sea tu nombre. Ven, tu reino, hágase tu voluntad en la tierra como en el cielo. Danos hoy nuestro pan de cada día. Y perdona nuestras ofensas, como nosotros perdonamos a los que nos ofenden. Y no nos dejes caer en la tentación, sino líbranos del maligno. Porque tuyo es el reino, el poder y la gloria para siempre, Amén.

Midweek Connection – June 12, 2019

Silence, Stillness and Centering before God (2 Minutes)

Scripture Reading & Devotional:

“The friendship of the Lord is for those who fear him, and he makes known to them his covenant.” Psalm 25:14

In friendship with the Holy Spirit we begin to experience a sense of wholeness and joy unattainable through any other relationship or aspect of life. Rapid and wonderful transformation results when you discover the wealth of love that comes with continual, real friendship with the living God. In friendship with God comes peace, security, honesty, healing, and freedom. As you live your life in step with the Spirit, you experience what Adam and Eve experienced as they walked with God himself in the Garden of Eden. You discover the vast reservoir of love, affection, and perfect help that’s available to you in the Holy Spirit. Open your heart today to receive a fresh revelation of God’s desire for friendship with you through the Holy Spirit.

Jesus says in John 15:15“No longer do I call you servants, for the servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all that I have heard from my Father I have made known to you.” God longs for friendship with his people. And through the Holy Spirit we have a continual connection with God available to us. The Spirit desires to do life with you. He wants to guide you, speak to you, and love you. He wants to satisfy your longing for relationship and can do so in greater ways than you can imagine.

John 14:16-17 says, “And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Helper, to be with you forever, even the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees him nor knows him. You know him, for he dwells with you and will be in you.” By God’s grace you have been filled with God himself. You have dwelling with you the same Spirit who authored Scripture, raised Christ from the dead, empowered the disciples, and hovered over the waters at the creation of all things. And Scripture says that he longs to help you! Jesus calls him the “Helper.” How incredible is the grace of our God to offer us relationship with the Holy Spirit! How great is his love that he would send his Son to die that we might have abundant life for all of eternity, including right now!

So, how do we grow in friendship with the Holy Spirit? How do we allow him to satisfy our desire for relationship? Psalm 25:14 says, “The friendship of the Lord is for those who fear him, and he makes known to them his covenant.” And Ephesians 4:30 says, “And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, by whom you were sealed for the day of redemption.” Friendship with the Holy Spirit starts like any other true friendship. We must respect, love, and make time for him. We must learn what he likes and dislikes. And we must apologize when we do something that hurts him. The Holy Spirit has feelings like any other person. But he is also full of grace, forgiveness, and unconditional love. Friendship with him comes about by following his leadership, making time to ask him how he feels about things, and following his guidance away from a lifestyle of sin into the righteousness available to you through Christ Jesus.

The Holy Spirit is waiting right now to guide you into friendship with him. He’s excited about the idea of pouring out his love and affections on you. He longs to lead you away from the sins that hurt you and grieve him. And he longs to guide you toward a life of walking with him in relationship. Spend time in prayer being filled with the Holy Spirit afresh and making room to discover the reality of his presence in your life.

Devo By First15

Question to consider: Which word or phrase stands out to you. What might God be saying to you?

 

 

Prayer:  Conclude with Silence (2 Minutes)

The Our Father (slowly pray this)
Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one. For yours is the kingdom, the power, and the glory forever, Amen.

What Does it Mean To Have a ” Sound Mind”

2 Timothy 1:7 (NKJV)

For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.

Q&A

  1. have you ever had a moment in your life when you were tempted to think that you were going crazy or that you were losing your mind?
  2. What kind of circumstances were you facing in your life at that time?
  3. What Actions did you take during that difficult time that helped bring you back in touch with the “sound mind” that rightfully belongs to you?