The Second Type of Prayer – Prayers of Denial

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Prayers of Denial – The Second Type of Prayer

The Prayer of Denial is little known or understood.

The word “deny” means “to dissolve, to erase or be free from, to refuse to accept as true or right that which is reported to be true.”

Prayers of denial are for the latter purpose – to refuse to accept as necessary, true, lasting or right anything which is not satisfying or good.

Prayers of denial are your “no” prayers. They help you reject things as they are and to dissolve your negative thoughts about them.

They help you make way for something better. Prayers of denial help you to erase, to be free from less than the best in your life. Prayers of denial are expressed in those attitudes that think “I will not put up with or tolerate this experience as necessary, lasting or right. I refuse to accept things as they are. I am God’s child and i will accept nothing but His complete goodness for me.”

So many people live an existence of fear, compromise, and dissatisfaction, when they might be enjoying a life of gigantic good, if they only knew how to say “no” to the less-than-best in their experiences.

It is good to follow up thoughts of what you don’t want with what you do want; after claiming “No, I will not accept this,” you should add, “Yes, I will accept xyz” (fill in xyz with what it is you wish).

To any situation that is dissatisfying, you can deny it by declaring to a loving Father “Take away all iniquity.” Then follow it up with the affirmation “I will accept only that which is good.”

More on the power of prayers of denial later….


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2 thoughts on “The Second Type of Prayer – Prayers of Denial

  1. Very interesting post. I recently had a major shake-up that has set my head, heart and feet on a better life path. During this process, I found a whole lot NOT to accept about my old life. I never knew there were prayers of denial, but they seem to fit this situation just right. Looking forward to the teleseminar tonight. Better go get my blog post up for today!

  2. Karen,
    Denials are our mainstay! They work so beautifully and I’m glad that you can now use them perhaps.