I reject mental poverty that opens the door to mental oppression, depression or torment of any kind in my life. I will not partner with the spirit of doubt, fear or unbelief (Romans 8:5-6). I will not criticize, judge or complain (Matthew 7:1-2). I refuse to give the enemy access to my mind. I receive mental prosperity that gives a believer a peaceful, wholesome thought life and a mind free from warfare and torment. I will receive a renewed mind in Christ by fixing my thoughts on what is true, good and right. Thinking about things that are pure and lovely, and dwelling on the fine, good things in others (Philippians 2:5, 4:8). I reject mental poverty and I receive mental prosperity for my life.
Dear God of creation, who made the universe from nothing, scattered billions of stars at a mere word, engineered every favorable condition necessary to support life on planet earth, populated the oceans and the lands with creatures of unimaginable variety and complexity and made man their master.
God of Moses, who turned the mighty Nile into a river of blood, sent hordes of frogs, swarms of lice and flies, a plague of disease and boils, devastating hail, locusts that covered the sky, and the death of Egypt’s firstborn in order to answer the prayers of his people for freedom.
God of the disciples, who on Pentecost received Your power, spoke in other languages so 3,000 were baptized on one day, and then turned the world upside down for Christ.
Father of Jesus, who made the blind see, the lame walk, lepers whole and the dead to rise, and gave His life to rescue those who were hopelessly dead in sin and made them alive to righteousness and eternal life.
God of creation, God of history, God of the Bible, God Almighty, I bind the mind of Christ to myself and call forth His thoughts to become my thoughts that I might live faithfully for Him and bring glory to His name in all my thoughts and actions. Amen.