Overcome Rejection

Armor Up Against Fear of Rejection or Withdraw!

Newsletter dated 7/10/2012

The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon Me, Because the LORD has anointed Me To preach good tidings to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, To proclaim liberty to the captives, And the opening of the prison to those who are bound; (Isaiah 61:1 NKJV)

How to Deal With Rejection

How to Deal With Rejection

The most common cause of a wounded spirit or a broken heart is rejection. Rejection deeply wounds a person like a knife in the heart which is painful emotional pain.  The word rejection is defined as being cast off, pushed away, refused or unwanted by another person. In Psalm 55 we can observe that King David experienced some hurt and rejection from someone close to him.

Fear of Rejection – Overcome Rejection

Rejection comes to us through those who are closest to us such as family (mother, father siblings) or friends, husband or wife such as divorce. Satan does not play fair and takes advantage of those painful experiences by magnifying them to your heart and mind, pressuring you to believe its reflection of your identity and your worth.

Satan is a liar – dealing with rejection – Overcome Rejecstion

Satan is a liar and the father of lies in John 8:44. One strategy is recognize the lying spirit uses against people is to whisper the lie of rejection to the mind and heart. The devil knows the pain and the bondage that a spirit of rejection can bring into a person’s life if his lie is accepted as truth. The lie of rejection says: You are a ˜reject” and the evidence to prove it can be found in your memories of painful treatment by others. But the sinful actions of others toward you does not prove you are a reject, it just proves that people are sinners.

God’s Word tells you the truth: you are not rejected and you are not a reject even if a multitude of circumstances in your life seem to shout that it is true! The real truth about each of us is found in God’s Word:

He made us accepted in the Beloved (Ephesians 1:6)

God lovingly created you and designed you for a specific purpose in life. You are perfectly accepted and desired by God even if the human beings you have encountered have not treated you that way.

My question to you is who is defining you?  God’s Word as truth or people such as your parents, friends, husbands, children, etc.

God’s Word is eternal and God is ultimately your creator, husband and father.  People’s words are not eternal and are not of truth.  It is the enemy who uses the people around you to make you feel rejected when the reality you are not.  When people reject you, they are rejecting the spirit of the Lord in you.

1 Samuel 7:8 And the LORD said unto Samuel, Hearken unto the voice of the people in all that they say unto thee: for they have not rejected thee, but they have rejected me, that I should not reign over them.

In the words they have not rejected you, we sense God comforting Samuel. It is as if God is saying Samuel, don’t take it personally.

Israel wanted a king.  The reason Israel wanted a king was wrong. Like all the nations.  We often get into trouble by wanting to be like the world, when we should instead be transformed into the image of Jesus Christ (Romans 12:1-2).

Jesus was rejected and sent on the cross.  What did he say?  He said, forgive them for they do not know what they do.

It is not them, those who reject you, but a spirit working in them.

Thank you for taking the time to read How to Overcome Rejection and receive peace.

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How To Overcome Rejection

What is Rejection

Rejection are a feeling or sense of being unwanted, and feel as though no one loves you.  With our society today, mothers working, divorce, etc. many children suffer with rejection.

Isaiah 54:6 “For the Lord has called you like a woman forsaken and grieved in spirit, like a youthful wife, when you were refused,” says your God.

There is a type of wound which is hard to bear.  Prov. 18:14 “The spirit of a man will sustain his infirmity, but a wounded spirit who can bear?”

Rejection can come in the wound of a child

If you were not planned and the mother had stress or resents, that child will be born with a spirit of rejection.

If a child conceived out of marriage, the child can be born with a spirit of rejection.  Not only that, the child will be born with a bastard’s curse going back ten years.

If a woman is raped and gets pregnant and resents the child being born, the child will be born with a spirit of rejection.

Rejection can come in Later in Life

If a mother or father has favoritism with one of the children, then the other child will receive a spirit of rejection.

Rejection can come into a child depending on the circumstances such as divorce, abandonment, etc.  Many variables can

How to Overcome Rejection – Not Able To Accept Love

Someone with a spirit of rejection, feels on the outside.  They look around and see everyone receiving blessings but feel unworthy and feel as though God also rejected them.  This is a lie from the pit of hell.

Rejection can make a person feel alone even when around people such as church, etc.  Many people who have a spirit of rejection, also self-pity – feeling sorry for themselves or that nobody understands them.  Depending on the depth of the spirit of rejection, many time battle with depression, moods of gloominess and despair.

When that feeling of rejection comes over them, these people pull back or sometimes reject the other people around them to not be rejected.  It is a spirit of fear of rejection working on them.  They felt rejected so many times the wound is deep and painful.  Other times, the person becomes hard and believes they don’t need people and so the walls built around their heart to protect themselves from the deep pain of rejection.  They can appear very hard and very guarded.  These people are being set up for witchcraft and rebellion against the Lord through self sufficiency.

The spirit of rejection is a spirit working on a person for them to believe they are rejected from people or God, unaccepted to suicide.

How to Overcome Rejection Go to Part 2

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