Mentoring Handbook Chapter 11

22 October


Christian praise 2So I won’t have to “re-invent the wheel” so to speak, I have cut and pasted an article I wrote several years ago for this section.  You can also read this on the website.  Here is just an example of how to denounce the spirits of Mormonism and make a clean break!

Feel free to add, subtract or use this any which way is most suited to your needs.  There’s no scientific or correct way of denouncing, the only wrong way is to not do it at all!

We have found over the years that it is in the best interest of the new ex-Mormon if they go out and find a Bible believing church which they feel comfortable in attending and get re-baptized into the Lord Jesus Christ.  If you’ve been married in the temple or by a Mormon bishop or chaplain you might think about renewing your wedding vows as well.

It’s vitally important to denounce all of the vows that you’ve taken in the temples or ward meetings to help free yourself from the Mormon way of thinking.  This is a step which separates you spiritually from the Church and gives Jesus the power to do His work in you.  You might want to pray something like this:

“In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the authority I possess as a believer in Him, I rebuke any and all lying and deceitful spirits of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints which may still think that they have a claim on me or my family. In Jesus’ name, I renounce the spirits of priestcraft, the spirits of Moroni and Mormo and declare that you have no power over me any more, for I am bought and paid for by the blood of Jesus of Nazareth who died for me on Calvary.”

“I renounce any covenants made by me at my baptism into the LDS Church and any priesthood or bishopric blessings given to me. (If a former Temple Mormon: I renounce any and all covenants made in the LDS temple— especially those placing my family and children under bondage to demonic principalities and powers!) By the power of the blood of Jesus, I also renounce any generational sin or hereditary bondage which may be oppressing me or my family through covenants made by my parents or ancestors; and I nail all these things to the cross of Christ, ‘forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.’(Phil.3:13-14)…in Jesus’ name. Amen.””

© 2010 Life After Ministries, Inc.

Chapter 12. Gospel Ordinances (Law) vs. Grace

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