There’s power in saying “no! Part Five
“For God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control.” 2 Timothy 1:7
I reject every spirit of rejection, failure, and sickness. I say no to every spirit of stagnation, delay, and backwardness. These spirits are not from God, and they will not have any dominion over me. Instead, I choose to live in the spirit of success, victory, and health. I am blessed, and I will prosper in all that I do. Not only that, but I am moving forward in God’s perfect timing, and I will not be hindered by any spirit of Rejection, Failure, or Sickness. I hold to the promises of God in Psalm 118:17, which says, “I will not die but live, and will proclaim what the LORD has done.” In Jesus’ name.
Brethren, there is power in saying no. When we reject every spirit of rejection, failure, and poverty, we open ourselves up to the possibility of success and abundance. In 2 Timothy 1:7, Paul says that God has not given us a spirit of rejection, failure, or poverty but power, love, and self-discipline. We can choose to believe that we are worthy of love and success, or we can give in to the negativity that surrounds us. When we say no to failure and poverty, we are affirming our belief in our ability to succeed and achieve great things through the power of Christ.
Psalm 6:5 says, “For there is no mention of You in death; who can praise You from Sheol?”
We declare that our failures or circumstances will not define us. Instead, we will strive for success and abundance. Saying no to these negative spirits creates a space for positive change in our lives. If we want to be successful in any area of life, we need to learn to say no to the negative voices that try to keep us down. We can’t let them control our thoughts or our actions. Instead, we need to focus on what God has for us, not what the Devil is trying to convince us. It’s also important to remember that God is always with us, no matter what we face. He is our rock and fortress, and we can count on Him to help us through anything.
Brethren, saying no requires strength and courage. It requires us to stand up for ourselves and our beliefs. It requires us to say “no” to the Devil’s temptations so we can raise the bar to maintain our spiritual health and cling to Jesus. When we say no to the things holding us back, we open ourselves up to new possibilities. We’re declaring that we will not let anything stand in our way. We’re choosing success instead of failure. So when we begin to say no to the negative things in our lives, whether it’s people, activities, or attitudes-we start to see God’s power at work. Amen. Psalm 27:13 says, “I had fainted unless I had believed to see the goodness of the LORD in the land of the living.”
1. Thank you, Jesus.
2. Oh Lord, forgive me of every wrongdoing in Jesus’ name. Amen
3. Now begin to reject every spirit of rejection, failure, poverty, sickness, barrenness, stagnation, delay, and backwardness- Whatever it is in your life. I pray may heaven open to receive your request in Jesus’ name. Amen.