The Unbound Conference in Charlotte, NC was a wonderful opportunity to learn about healing and deliverance ministry as well as receiving personal ministry using the Unbound Model of Prayer. Several of us received training on how to use this particular model of prayer by observing Neal and Janet Lozano firsthand in a prayer session with a volunteer. The conference itself was powerful and people had a chance to be ministered to in the afternoon as prayer teams assembled around the church sanctuary; the Five Keys, aligned with prayer through the power of the Holy Spirit, was used to bring healing and freedom in Christ to many!
Unbound teaches how to listen and respond in Five Key areas as you seek greater freedom and help others to do the same. Each key incorporates practical direction on how to respond to the grace that unlocks the door and set us free.
Key 1. Repentance and Faith- There is no greater deliverance than embracing the grace of baptism, by turning from sin and turning to the Lord. Jesus is our deliverer and He is our deliverance. The first key also involves on going repentance and conversion as the hidden sins of our heart are revealed.
Key 2. Forgiveness If we want to be like Jesus we need to forgive from the heart. Many believers who know they need to forgive have failed to understand how to access the power of forgiveness that Jesus has given them. As forgiveness is pronounced by faith and the power behind forgiveness is renounced, it is defeated.
Key 3. Renunciation is a declaration before the kingdom of darkness that I no longer make a home for sin, deception and the power behind it. I am no longer in agreement with this lie that has been buried in my heart and my thoughts. Specifically renouncing our enemies brings victory. For example, one might state, “I renounce fear in the name of Jesus I renounce loneliness, a spirit of anger, resentment and bitterness. I renounce the lie that everything is my fault.”
Key 4. Authority- In Christ, we have authority over our enemies who seek to destroy us. We can take our stand against them through repentance, forgiveness, renunciation and then declare the truth of their defeat by saying, “In the name of Jesus I command any (or every) spirit that I have renounced to leave me now.”
Key 5. The Father’s Blessing. The Hebrew sense of blessing means to speak words that empower someone to prosper and thrive. They are words that give life and peace. Words carry spiritual power.
Every blessing that the Father spoke to Jesus is ours. As we learn to receive His blessing, so we are healed. To be “unbound” means that the obstacles to the gift that has been waiting for us have been removed and the Father’s love and affirmation is made real to us in Christ.
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