Prayer To Withdraw From Every Toxic Relationship In Your Life
“Dear Lord I pray that today you would give me courage to do the right thing. Give me the courage to break off this relationship. I feel that it is best for me and all those involved that I get out of this situation. Give me wisdom in my decision. Grant me the power to go forward with my life, to face reality, to face my future and to trust in you.
Lord, I need you to surround me with your love, power and grace. Help me to not fear leaving this relationship. Help me to trust you for my provision and my protection. Open the eyes of my understanding to see all truth.
I can do more than I think I can do. Lord help me to believe in myself, in You and in the strength you are now giving me to follow through with my decision. Help me to keep my heart and my mind pure. Reveal any area of my life that would be displeasing to you. In Jesus name I now command all fear to leave – I now choose to trust in the Lord with all my heart. Lord, I now leave the results in your hand. Your Word says that you honor those who honor you. As I do what is honorable and right I know that you will bless my decisions, you will provide for all my needs and in your time your will bring about blessings into my life. ”
In Jesus name I pray. amen
God doesn’t want you to be surrounded by people that tear you down.
In the ideal world, we would never come across people who intend to hurt us. Unfortunately we live in a fallen world that is full of broken people, and pain and hurt are destined to come to each of us. Sin is abundant, and thus, toxic and abusive relationships are formed. Christians are not immune to finding themselves trapped in these situations. Occasionally, we get wound up in these unhealthy relationships and cycles of behavior.
A healthy relationship is one in which there is oneness of goals, purpose, values, and beliefs. Toxic relationships, however, are often one-sided and sometimes abusive. Toxic relationships can happen between friends, family members, co-workers and romantic relationships. God’s Word tells us “where envy and self-seeking exist, confusion and every evil thing are there” (James 3:16). These types of relationships are not sent by God, because they bring negativity and pain to those in it.
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