Yes, I pray for deliverance.
King David prayed for deliverance. He was king and would have had armies and wealth at his disposal. Yet he still felt he needed God’s Hand to deliver him out of the mire.
I need help.
I need deliverance – whether from a physical circumstance or an emotional circumstance or a spiritual circumstance. Or maybe just from myself. I need deliverance.
Why would I limit on what I talk to my Father about? And He has the option to deliver me in any way He sees fit.
I pray for deliverance and help and mercy. He can take that any way He wants.
It is hard for me to leave here.
I’m scared. I have a certain security here.
I don’t want to leave my garden. Yes, I can make a new garden. I’ve done that before.
But all of this is bigger than me. I’m not strong right now.
I don’t know what to do. I don’t know how to do it.
I don’t want an empty, sexless marriage.
But right now, everything else seems closed to me.
Maybe that’s me, my fault, my weakness.
Or maybe it’s timing.
I don’t have the answer.
So I pray for deliverance.