I pray they turn to you for direction and forgiveness and see how much they have hurt me. Please give me eyes to see them from your perspective, and a heart to want to forgive. I ask for patience while you work your will and to show me how to be the loving Christian you have called me to be.”
Pray Psalm 91 to Abide in Christ Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” The words dwell, rest, refuge, and fortress are words that mean we are to abide in the Lord.
The Bible does allow prayers against our enemies but only at very specific times. This type of prayer should not be common and should always be prayed with godly intentions and a godly heart. You cannot pray against your enemies out of hatred.
Moving away from that someone who repeatedly hurts you makes for a safer space in your life. And forgiving them makes for a stress-free space in your mind. Remember, setting boundaries, that is, marking what behaviors of others you will allow towards yourself, does not mean remaining vindictive to the offender.
Dear Lord, I pray that you may grant me the happiness that I truly deserve by letting my love come back to me. Help him/her to realize that I love him/her so much, and I am always here for him/her. Let him/her have a change of heart and come back to me. Dear Lord, you know that I truly cherish this man/woman.
In Jewish thought, Psalm 91 conveys the themes of God’s protection and rescue from danger.
Note that the word used in the Hebrew text for “ secret place ” is sether sithrah and refers to a shelter of protection. It is because of this that other versions like NIV states, “He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty“.
Indeed, Psalms 91 is God’s way of telling us that whoever runs to Him and seeks His divine protection will be saved from calamity and destruction. God promised protection, but it doesn’t mean that we won’t suffer anymore.
No, because true Christians don’t pray for vengeance on others. Romans 12:19 says, “Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath, for it is written, Vengeance is min, I will repay, says the Lord. God does not take vengeance , we do.
2 Leave Vengeance to God Recognize and oppose evil, but don’t take God’s place. “Never take your own revenge” (Romans 12:17-21). “Love your enemies do good to them” (Luke 6:27).
God punishes NO ONE, This is another false doctrine of many churches. The Bible says “the wages of sin is death”. Those who hurt you are sinning and they will die for it. We are all sinners so in the end we all die.
But the best way to forgive a liar is to simply let them go. Letting go will hurt for a while, but don’t be afraid to hold your head up high and walk on. Once you accept that there’s no way to change the past, you can put the lies are behind you, and live your best life.
How to Let Go of Things from the Past Create a positive mantra to counter the painful thoughts. Create physical distance. Do your own work. Practice mindfulness. Be gentle with yourself. Allow the negative emotions to flow. Accept that the other person may not apologize. Engage in self-care.
How To Forgive Someone Who Has Hurt You : In 15 Steps Step 1: Move On to the Next Act. Step 2: Reconnect to Spirit. Step 3: Don’t Go to Sleep Angry. Step 4: Switch the Focus from Blaming Others to Understanding Yourself. Step 5: Avoid Telling People What to Do. Step 6: Learn to Let Go and Be Like Water. Step 7: Take Responsibility for Your Part. Step 8: Let Go of Resentments.