The Prayer of Salvation

Heavenly Father, I come to you in the mighty Name of Jesus. I acknowledge that I cannot come to you by my own righteousness or by my own good works. I believe you sent your Son to come to earth to die on the Cross for me. I now understand that when Jesus shed His Blood, He was making a way for me to be cleansed from sin, unrighteousness and eternal death. I believe Jesus died for me and was raised from the dead to make me the righteousness of God in Himself.

Therefore, I repent of all sin in my life. I repent of _____________________, (such as anger, jealousy, lying, bitterness, revenge, pride, self-pity, sexual sins, hate of man, hate of God, etc.) I know I cannot free myself from sin and the emotions and beliefs that kept me bound, so I call on the mercy and grace of you, Lord Jesus and your shed Blood, to cleanse me in every part of my being — totally and completely. I desire to be free. I choose to be free.

I repent for cooperating with the operations and influences of satan in my life. I renounce every tentacle he has had in me and I call for the Blood of Jesus Christ and the power of the Name of Jesus to be applied to every area in need of healing and deliverance.

I give my life to you Lord Jesus. I ask you to be my Lord and Savior and to make my life a blessing.

Heavenly Father, according to your word, you have spiritually transferred me from the kingdom of darkness to the Kingdom of your dear Son (Colossians 1:13). I have been made a new creation in Christ Jesus and I am born again. I ask for your Holy Spirit to fill me with Truth and reveal to me all the benefits of my new life. Thank you for your great love to me and your abundance of grace. I receive your love and your mercy. You have given me yourself and I belong to you.

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Prayer Regarding Confusion

Father, I come to you in the Name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. I call upon You for wisdom and strength to overcome the confusion that is coming against my mind, my family, my relationships and my understanding of things – in the spirit and in the natural.

Your Word tells me that You are not the author of confusion.

You have not given me a spirit of fear with its tormenting words or the thoughts that have bombarded my mind. Instead You gave me your Holy Spirit Who brings me Your power, love and Who enables me to have a sound mind. I declare my mind is clear and is filled with confidence and understanding because I am calling on the truth of God. Wherever I lack wisdom, my God is faithful to give it to me every time I ask for it. He desires to give me answers.

Holy Spirit, help me to “look” at my thoughts and discern where they are coming from. Help me take any thoughts that are contrary to the holiness and character of God and remove them from my thought process. I cast out such evil thoughts and forbid them to return. I fill my mind with praise to my Lord and thankfulness for His direction and answers.

Lord, if there is anything that is keeping me from being free than I ask you to reveal it to me. Lord, I choose to forgive ______________ for _______________________. I will not let that situation or that person(s) keep me from walking in the counsel of the Lord and the freedom He has provided for me.

In the Name of Jesus, whose I am and whom I serve, I renounce any spirit of confusion that has hindered and harassed me (and/or my family) and I call out of the darkness, godly solutions, remedies, understanding and direction. I ask for the Spirit of Truth to fill my mind and my emotions.

Lord Jesus, Your sheep hear your voice. As one of Your sheep, I declare that I hear and I choose to obey Your guidance. Thank you Lord for hearing my cry. Thank you, Lord, for truth and understanding. Thank you for the wisdom that leads to victory. In Jesus’ Name. Amen .


I Corinthians 14:33 John 14: 13, 14, 17, 26-27

II Timothy 1:7 John 10:27

James 1:5 I John 5:4

II Corinthians 10:4-6

Mark 11:25; Mark 16:17

Your word tells me nothing will separate me from your love. I hold tight to you and I trust you to hold me and guide me through each day of my life. I trust in you, I need you. I desire to hear your voice and to fellowship with you. I spiritually and emotionally receive your embrace and I take hold of your hand as you lead me from here. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

Scripture references:

Isaiah 64:6

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Repentance for Ungodly Judgments

Lord, thank you for revealing to me a way the enemy has tripped me up from getting answers to prayers. Lord, help me see truth in each situation. Help me see these situations from Your perspective and help me trust You for righteous judgment to come into these things upon my heart.

I repent for judgments I have made that left me vengeful and angry. Forgive me for the judgments I made that boosted my ego and gave room for pride to come in. I repent of my sin of judging another when I have done the same thing. I ask for the Blood of Jesus to cleanse me from all unrighteousness and I ask to be filled with your Holy Spirit who brings truth and grace to me.

I repent for speaking words of judgment and condemnation over these people ______________ (speak their names). I release these people that you have brought to my heart and mind from judgment and from any curse of words I may have spoken over them or about them. I call down those words and render them null and void. I declare the penalty for my sin of judgment is put under the Blood of Jesus and I call upon His grace and mercy to bring redemption into these situations and with these people. I speak freedom from condemnation of the enemy, for them and for me. I call back the blessings that the enemy of our souls stole from us through his lies and deception. I ask for redemption by the Blood of Jesus.

I declare the law of the spirit of life in Christ Jesus has set each of us free from the law of sin and death. I speak life, I speak freedom and I choose to walk in love by the power of the Holy Spirit who lives in me. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

Scripture references:

Romans 2

John 7:24

Hebrews 12:15

John 1:14

Romans 8:2

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The Face of the Fountain

There was a woman who happened to be at a well near Sychar in Samaria when Jesus stopped there to rest. She was known to the townspeople, probably not in the best light. She was living with a man and had been married four times before. Jesus spoke to her, ”Give me a drink.” She was surprised because conversations between Jews and Samaritans were not typical. However, she felt no rejection.

If ever I hear about Jesus by those who have seen Him in a vision or heavenly visitation, the thing they often say is how much compassion and love is expressed in His eyes. I am sure the woman at the well could vouch for that because her conversation was friendly and comfortable, yet inquisitive. She asked Jesus about His willingness to speak with her. Jesus was not interested in the social conflicts of the day, He went directly to the desire of His heart. “If you knew the gift of God and who it is that asked you for a drink from this well, you would have asked Him and He would have given you living water.” Perplexed, she tried to rationalize what He was talking about – trying to relate the physical water in her water pot to what this man was saying.

She asked some questions about spiritual matters showing her heart sought truth. Jesus made her an amazing offer. “Whosoever drinks of this (physical) water shall thirst again: but whosoever drinks of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst, but the water that I give shall be a well of water springing up into everlasting life.”

This was a lot for her to comprehend but yet she pressed in for more. She said to Him, “I know that the Messiah is coming, who is called Christ. When He comes, He will tell us all things.” With this, Jesus revealed to her something so profound and magnificently beautiful it captivates the mind. Jesus looked into her face with divine compassion, “I am He of whom you speak.” In other words, He revealed to her He was the awaited Messiah, the Christ. She came face to face with the source of the water of life that He spoke of. His disciples had not fully comprehended it and certainly religious leaders were even opposed to him, but this woman with a heart to know truth came into revelation of a mystery held by the ages.

She left her water pot and hurried to town to spread the news. No inhibitions, just the power of testimony about a spiritual drink of water.

Jesus did nothing without purpose. He was there by divine appointment to answer the questions and meet the cry of her heart. We can tell it was a fervent desire because there was a ready heart to believe. She came face to face, as Jesus described Himself, to the well of water springing up into everlasting life.

The well, the spring, the fountain (all translations of the Greek word para) are descriptions of the Person whose face looks at you with eyes of love, tenderness and compassion. He desires to give you what He is and what He has. He desires to give you water within that is life to your spirit and refreshing to your soul. Any part of you that needs cleansing and healing is washed in His Blood and you are bathed in His waters as your emotions, mind and understanding are filled with life.

You have a promise. Jesus said those who hunger and thirst after righteousness shall be filled. He is awaiting the invitation to fill you with Himself. He counseled the woman at the well, “Ask of me and I will give you water that rises up to everlasting lift.” It is there for the asking. Open your heart, hands and mouth and drink deeply from the Fountain of the water of life.

“Lord Jesus Christ, I ask you to come into my heart to be my Lord and Savior. I ask you to wash me by your Blood from all iniquity and sin and to cleanse me from all unrighteousness. I ask You to be bring the water of life into my being and fill me with your Holy Spirit. I ask you to reveal to me who You are like you did to the woman at the well. I want to learn of You, I want to understand things about the Kingdom of God and about my life concerning spiritual things. I hunger and thirst for righteousness. I need you Lord and I trust You to take me from where I am right now and bring me to the abundance of Your grace and truth. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.”

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