Prayer For Bitter Person
Everlasting God, your peace surpasses all my understanding. When anger rises within me, please calm my mind and soothe my heart with your gentle words. Fill my whole life with your perfect peace. May my personality be shaped by your peace rather than my frustration. With your Holy Spirit in my life, I can overcome anger. May I reflect your character, being slow to anger and rich in steadfast love. Look upon me and cause your face to shine upon me. Through Jesus Christ, our Lord, Amen.
I am asking the Lord right mow that he touches your mind body and spirit. I ask the he heal you of any negative emotions that may try to steal your joy. I am asking the lord to break any strongholds that the enemy may have upon you and your family. The Lord said he would not leave us or forsake us. His word says whatever we ask for in his name and believe it will happen it will happen. In the mighty name of Jesus. I pray
I lost my mother at a young age with no father around. Passed from family member to family member, I always felt slighted and that I deserved more, entitled in a sense.
I am angry for the person who harmed my mother. I am angry toward everyone who has shorted me, hurt my feelings, or wronged me in anyway. Now years & years later, its all coming to head. My husband states its tearing our marriage apart, my anger & bitterness toward those people and even him for our marital issues & his infidelity.
I prayed and talked to God about it all, asked for forgiveness and forgave everyone. I am content with where I am now. I need continued prayer to change my heart, which will change everything else.
I want to be a happy person and have a joy filled life full of love, fun, & friendship.
Father, I repent and renounce and release the dependency by which I've lived until now. Whatever the rootsself-doubt, self-hatred, self-loathing, etc.I release the sense that I need anything or anyone but You and Your truth to get me through the day and through this life. Remind me, moment by moment, that my God will meet all my needs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus (Philippians 4:19).
Lord, with Your help, I release all the negative thoughts, feelings and impressions that lead to an attitude of victimhood in my life. I turn from it. I refuse to be a victim any longer. I choose to rely and live on the truth of Your Word that says I am more than a conqueror (Romans 8:37) rather than a victim, through the One who loves me and gave Himself for me. Let me live a victorious life from this moment on instead of entertaining any thoughts of victimhood.
Father, I give my fear to You. I have been crippled and poisoned by fear for too long. I reject it. I release it. I choose faith instead of fear, believing in Your good plans for me. I choose love instead of fear, trusting that Your perfect love will cast out all fear (1 John 4:18). I choose Your light and truth instead of fear, accepting Your Word, which says I need not fear terror that stalks in the night, the arrow that flies in the day, plague that strikes in the darkness, or calamity that destroys at noon, because you are with me (Psalm 91:5-6, ISV).
Lord God, I release ______ into your care. You know all my love and concern for (him/her). I know that You share that love and concern, so I release (him/her) into Your hands. Help me to find healthy and helpful ways to love and care and pray for (him/her), even as I learn to trust You to see all I cannot see and do what I cannot do.
God, hear me and answer me. You know I am troubled by thoughts and feelings of anger, resentment and bitterness. You also know why. And You know how deep the hurt goes and how long I have lived with it. But I don't want to live with it any longer. I don't want to be an angry, resentful and bitter person. With Your help, I release my anger into Your hands. I surrender my resentment. I let go of my bitterness. Help me to keep letting go and release these toxic emotions as often as they try to return.