GOODNESS Issues

Refer to 5–Finding Bad Memories and Healing Issues to identify trauma memories related to your goodness issues listed below.

Confess and loose/put off the following statements you identify with, along with all associated memories, unhealthy beliefs, and negative oppressive energies.  It is helpful to keep a journal so you can see how you have been healed.

Shame about things done or not done

Guilt: a feeling of responsibility or remorse for some offense, crime, wrong, etc., whether real or imagined.

Fear of punishment: penalty imposed on an offender

Destructiveness: tearing down; criticism

Feeling inadequate: not sufficient; not equal to what is required

Devalue:  to make someone not feel valued or have worth

Selfishness: devoted to or caring only for oneself; concerned primarily with one’s own interests, benefits, welfare, etc., regardless of others

Loose UNHEALTHY BELIEFS AND LIES—bind in opposite

I am bad.  (Bind in – I have the goodness of Christ in me.)

I am not good enough.

I am unforgivable. (Bind in – Christ forgives me.)

I am so far from goodness that I can’t have it or express it.  I am pathetic.

It is useless trying to attain this condition.  I have tried everything but I am so sinful and flawed.

I lost my connection to God and good by being a bad person.

If people knew of my lack of goodness, I would be rejected instantly.

I will fake goodness if that will get me what I want.  I’d rather have ‘feeling good’ than ‘goodness.’

‘The good die young.’  I will take what I want by force.  Good people are phony.

I’d rather be bluntly honest and tell people how it is!



GOODNESS IS Pray and bind/put on all of the following attributes and truths:

Meek:  patient and mild; not inclined to anger or resentment

Doing what is right:  correct; fitting; appropriate

Being helpful: of service; assist; aid –valuing others

Self-sacrificing: sacrifice of one’s interests, usually for the supposed advantage of others; self-denial

Morally Excellent: conforming to the rules of right conduct (opposed to immoral). Virtuous in sexual matters; chaste

TRUTH AND TRANSFORMATION STATEMENTS

When I do what is good I will receive glory, honor, and peace… Rom. 2:10; 13:3b

Because of God’s goodness to and in me, I can be good to those who mistreat or hate me. Luke 6:27; Matt. 5:44; Ps. 25:4-7; 31:19

I can look out for other people’s interests above my own (Phil. 2:14), and to please others for their good… Rom. 15:2

I am ready for every good deed, to malign no one, to be peaceable, gentle, showing every consideration (true humility) for everyone. Titus 3:1,2

I am able to give a blessing instead of returning evil for evil and seek to do good to all people. 1 Pet. 3:9; 1 Thes. 5:15

After I received Jesus as my Savior (saved from sin and God’s wrath); He began a good work in me, and He will complete it (Phil. 1:6).  I am His workmanship created for good works.  Eph. 2:10; Phil. 2:12b,13

I know I have goodness when my mouth speaks what is good (Matt. 12:34b,35), which is the fruit of the Spirit and Light in me (Gal. 5:22) along with righteousness and truth (Eph. 5:7-10).  I am known by my fruit (Matt. 7:20) and engage in good deeds to meet pressing needs. Titus 3:14

I will not lose heart in doing good, knowing I will be rewarded.  When I have opportunity I will be good to all people, especially to those belonging to the family of God. Gal. 6:9,10; Eh. 6:7,8

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