Enoch O. Akanji
Prayer Against Depression - Poem by Enoch O. Akanji
• I thank You, Lord God, for Your past healing and preservation
over me. I commit my spirit, soul, and body unto You, my Father.
Make all my days’ memorable ones. Grant me the reason to be
happy every day. Make me happy wherever I am and not only
where I want to be.
• I come against any past abuse that is affecting me. I pray that I will
move on and forget all the things that will not allow my joy to be
full, in the name of Jesus.
• I come against every pessimistic personality. I will be optimistic
because I am a son of the Most High God. I will not suffer from low
self-esteem, for in everything, I am considered great, and this is how
I will continue to look at myself, in the name of Jesus.
• Poverty is a curse according to the Word of God. My Father continue
to cause me to be wealthy. Financial problems will not bring me
down in any way, in the name of Jesus.
• The loss of loved ones will not cause depression for me. Almighty
God. You are the Great Comforter. Continue to comfort me, in the
name of Jesus.
• In disputes and conflicts, O Lord, strengthen me. Make me be like
Christ. Give me the grace to handle things in a godly manner, in the
name of Jesus.
• If this depression is genetic, my Father, I break the genes, and I pray
it will not run in my family again, in the name of Jesus.
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• I come against any other medical condition that can cause me to be
depressed. Great and good events that will bring joy to me will not
be converted to depression, in the name of Jesus.
• O Lord my God, let any symptom of depression be an opportunity
for me to communicate with You in prayers. All these I ask, in the
name of Jesus. Amen.
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