By Martin Cisneros
Father, in the Name of Jesus, I repent of having accepted the worries and pains for the animal kingdom as daily I've seen what's been continually done to Your covenant animals, according to Hosea 2:18 and Jeremiah 31. Jesus already bore the chastisement necessary to complete what's been lacking in the animal kingdom and His Blood already purchased their "welcome home" into the kingdom of God. Heavenly Father, I renounce the daily care for the condition of Your animals knowing that You care for me, You care for Your Holy Name, and You care for the covenant that You've established with these animals in the Blood of Jesus Christ. 2Corinthians 4 bids me to not look at the things that are seen, which are fleeting and don't pertain to the covenants of promise, but to be a partaker of the divine nature, following after only those things that You've established to forever be true concerning Your love, purpose, and destiny to reclaim all of creation to Yourself and to bring us peace.
Father, in my time of repentance for allowing myself to be continually burdened by the needs of these animals, inspite of claiming to have come to the knowledge of the truth regarding Your Hosea 2:18 covenant; I reach out to others and welcome them into this time of repentance. Together we lay claim upon the cleansing Blood of Jesus Christ and upon His sanctifying Holy Spirit to bring us out of these burdens that we've allowed ourselves to live as orphans with, in the light of Your Word. From this day forward, as You reveal Your oaths to us that You've made in the Blood of Jesus Christ, we'll not be moved by what we see or by what we feel in all of the outward circumstances of life. We'll only allow ourselves to be moved by the hope You've given us and we'll be moved into greater and greater areas of obedience to the voice of Your Holy Spirit regarding those things which You've called us to speak and to do, in Your Name. With thanksgiving we pray, knowing You're faithful unto the Day of Abdication mentioned in 1Corinthians 15. Thank You Jesus for being our faithful High Priest in these things that pertain to God. We love You Heavenly Father and we rest in the Name of Jesus, counting all things done, all things ours, and all things one in You.