Kingdom Living is letting Go to Worship

Kingdom Living is letting Go to Worship

Let My People Go

Then the LORD said to Moses, “Go to Pharaoh and say to him, ‘This is what the LORD, the God of the Hebrews, says: “Let my people go, so that they may worship me.'” Exodus 9:1

Moses is speaking today to you. He is telling you to leave Egypt, the place of slavery, to the lust of the flesh. The Lord spoke to Moses specifically to leave the bondage and slavery of sin so that HIS PEOPLE can worship God. HE is speaking to you to leave anything which is keeping you in slavery from total surrender and Worship to the Holy, Redeemer, Christ Jesus.

God’s word is speaking to you to let go so you may “WORSHIP ME.” God’s word is powerful and active through the generations. It is alive and active today.

Fill in the blanks below with your name.

Lord let _______ go from the slavery to other gods which do not fulfill.

Lord let _______ go from the slavery of lies, deceit, negative words and wickedness.

Lord let _______ go from the slavery of position, power, prestige, recognition and influence.

Lord let _______ go from the slavery of injustice, anger, bitterness, unforgiveness and shame.

Lord let _______ go from the slavery of selfish desires.

Lord let _______ go from the slavery of sexual addiction, drug addiction, alcohol addiction, pornography and sexual immorality.

Lord let _______ go from the slavery of a promiscuous life and sexual immorality.

Lord let _______ go from the slavery of sensual living.

Lord let _______ go from small, fearful, doubtful, scarcity thinking.

Lord let _______ go from shame, guilt, blame and hurt.

Lord I receive you love and righteousness in my life. Lord I want all you have for me. I surrender every part of my life to you. I place my thoughts, my life, my possessions, my family, my mind, my body, my work, my education, my desires, my position, and my reputation on the altar as my living sacrifice to you. I worship you as Creator, Lord, Redeemer, Jehovah God.

I am the Righteousness of God in Christ Jesus. I profess you as Lord of my life. Thank you for your gift of salvation and righteousness.

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