Rejection is a very painful experience. To be rejected is to feel hated, humiliated, and undesirable. I have been rejected many times. Many times, I have been disrespected. I have felt hated and undesirable. It is not easy to experience rejection. And yet, most people will experience rejection as part of their spiritual journey. Someone once said, “Before being fully accepted, you must be rejected!” Biblical models reveal that most people were first rejected before being fully accepted. Jesus Christ was rejected by the Jews before being accepted as Savior. Moses was also rejected by his people but was later accepted as the liberator of Israel.

It is when this rejection destroys your self-esteem, pushes you to anger, aggression, withdrawal, and rejection of everyone around you that it becomes dangerous. And if you don’t get out of this rejection pit as soon as possible, you will gradually become a poison not only to yourself but also to everyone around you. That is why it is vital for every child of God to know their true identity in Christ. When we truly understand who we have become in Christ, we truly understand that we have a God who loves us and will never abandon us.

In Isaiah 49:15, He makes this promise to all His children, “Can a mother forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion on the child she has borne? Though she may forget, I will not forget you.” If you have not yet been born again, you cannot obtain true deliverance through this book. True deliverance is in Jesus Christ; He is the foundation of everything. You can read several books on rejection, consult psychologists, therapists, and pastors, but if you do not have Christ, you will never receive true deliverance.

That is why before continuing this chapter, if you have not yet been born again, meaning you have made the Lord Jesus Christ your Savior and Lord, I invite you to do so through this prayer below, which will forever change your life: Jesus Christ, I confess that you are the Son of God, that you died for my sins and rose from the dead (Romans 10:9). I acknowledge that you were delivered for my offenses and raised for my justification (Romans 4:25). Therefore, I plead your blood for the forgiveness and purification of all my sins (1 John 1:9). I accept you as Savior and Lord of my life. Heavenly Father, I thank you for making me your child (John 1:12). I confess that I am now a new creation, that old things have passed away, and all things have become new (2 Corinthians 5:17). Amen!

For all those who have prayed this prayer, welcome to the family of the King of kings, the Lord of lords, the one who says and things happen, the faithful God, our good Father, the Faithful of the faithful, the one who turns the impossible into possible, the one who will never abandon you… I will pray for you who have just been born again: Father, thank you for my brothers and sisters who have just been added to this great family that you have given me in Jesus Christ. I pray that beyond this Salvation prayer they have just made, they become true disciples. You said in Matthew 28:19,

Go, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

I pray that they become true disciples, that they be lights in this lost world. I pray that they be baptized in the Holy Spirit and that He takes total control of them. I pray, Father, that they find a local church where they can commune with other brothers and receive teachings that will renew their minds. I pray for a thirst to seek you, Lord, in their hearts.

I pray, Father, that the winds that will rise to make them return to their old life disperse. I seal this prayer in the precious Blood of Jesus Christ. Whoever tries to go against it encounters the arm of the Lord. Thus, I have prayed in the mighty name of Jesus Christ. Amen!

If you have any questions or would like me to accompany you in this new step of your life…

This text is an excerpt from the book “Overcoming the Spirit of Rejection” written by Jules NDANGA.

We invite you to read the following article “HOW TO RECOGNIZE A SPIRIT OF REJECTION?

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