Continuation of Hedge of Protection Prayer and Spiritual Warfare Prayers
Righteousness breastplate – guard our hearts (emotions) from fear, guilt, shame, rejection, etc. All these characteristics is not the characteristics of God but are the characteristics of Satan’s kingdom. It protects us from the accusations of Satan. Philippians 3:9
The Gospel of Peace, shod our feet with the gospel of peace to stand – salvation, Romans 1:1 ““17. It is knowing our assurance and eternity through salvation through Jesus Christ and not giving into doubt or unbelief.
Faith, Shield, God can protect us from every “fiery dart” that Satan can throw at us (false doctrine, lusts of the flesh). Faith comes through the Word of God.
Salvation, Helmet – the “hope” that salvation provides and protects our minds against things like accusations, fear, etc. Fiery darts come into our minds as thoughts opposing God’s truth as lies. 2 Cor. 10:5 says to cast down those thoughts.
Word of God, Sword of the Spirit, is our “offensive” weapon that Christians must use by speaking the Word of God. It cuts the enemy when we quote the Word of God. Hebrews 4:12. God’s word is truth John 1 says Jesus is the Word. The word cuts into the soul and spirit of a person.
Can We Loose that Hedge of Protection? Spiritual Bondage
Yes, in Ecclesiastes 10:8 He that diggeth a pit shall fall into it; and whoso breaketh an hedge, a serpent shall bite him. Sin, puts holes in our hedge for the enemy to bit.
Sin punches a hole in the hedge of protection, it is an open door to the enemy and we can get bitten by serpents (evil spirits). The enemy wants to steal your possessions, peace, joy, your health, your emotions, etc. Not only that, steal your children, etc. The wages of sin is death especially to those into habitual sin according to Galatians 5:21 will not see the Kingdom of God. Not only that when we entertain sin, it can become addictive which is a spirit and then deliverance by casting out demons needed to get free from the addiction and sin habits.
Psalms 80:12-13 Why hast thou then broken down her hedges, so that all they which pass by the way do pluck her? The boar out of the wood doth waste it, and the wild beast of the field doth devour it.
Lamentations 3:7 He hath hedged me about, that I cannot get out: he hath made my chain heavy.
Isaiah 5:5 And now go to; I will tell you what I will do to my vineyard: I will take away the hedge thereof, and it shall be eaten up; and break down the wall thereof, and it shall be trodden down:
When there is a breach in our hedge, the enemy can come at us with emotional, spiritual attacks as well as physical attacks (sickness and disease).
God knew no man could be perfect and he sent His son to not only redeem us but when we do fall short, go to the Son for forgiveness of sin. He is our redeemer.
Before a Person Prays A Hedge of Protection Prayer for Spiritual Freedom
First, It is important, during morning prayer, to check your heart for any breaches. For example, did you fall into gossip, accusation, used a curse word, go into bitterness, etc. Take the time to ask the Lord’s forgiveness for your sins to close the breaches so that the enemy cannot attack you rightly.
Second, put on the Whole Armor of God daily.
Third, pray a hedge of protection around yourself, possessions, etc. Ps. 91. Remember the enemy wants to kill, steal and destroy.
Fourth, watch your thoughts and watch your reactions towards accusers, etc.
Hedge of Protection Prayer
Closing Breaches and Hedges – Our Hedge of Protection Prayser
I close up any breach in my life that would give Satan and
demons access in the name of Jesus (Eccles. 10:8).
I pray for every broken hedge in my life to be restored in the name of Jesus (Eccles. 10:8).
I stand in the gap and make up the hedge (Ezek. 22:30).
I repent and receive forgiveness for any sin that has opened the
door for any spirit to enter and operate in my life (Eph. 4:27).
I am a rebuilder of the wall and a repairer of the breach (Isa. 58:12).
I renounce all crooked speech that would cause a breach in the name of Jesus (Prov. 15:4).
Bind up all my breaches, O Lord (Isa. 30:26).
Let every breach be stopped in the name of Jesus (Neh. 4:7).
Let my walls be salvation and my gates praise (Isa. 60:18).
I pray for a hedge of protection around my mind, body, finances, possessions, and family in the name of Jesus.
Prayer by: John Eckhardt