“Lord, without a vision, your people perish. Restore my vision! I give you full permission to dismantle every plan that is not of you. I repent for allowing laziness and procrastination to prevent me from walking the path of my divine destiny.
Lord, recalibrate me! Restore lost time and opportunities. Fill my eyes with vision and my heart with passion. Bless my feet with action and momentum in every area where procrastination and laziness once ruled. I come out of agreement with these spirits and come into alignment with your spirit that loves me and wants the very best for my eternal destiny.”
i have a serious procrastination problem. cannot call people who matter in my life, cannot do follow up of counseling those who need me. I am a God mother and best maid to many children and women but i do not call them at all. I cannot even call people who can help my children to get jobs. I feel so frustrated in life. I have so many debts i cannot even call debtors who have taken me to school. I have even become like a zombie. Every day I feel sleepy all the time and so tired at night such that i cannot even sleep or pray or even read the Bible.
So sorry to hear this. It sound like you need to lean on the people in your life and the enemy does not want you to stay in relationship with those who can help you stay accountable to what is best for YOU. I hope you will share your struggle with a spirit filled friend (or someone at church) who will pray with you in person and check on your progress. In the meantime, I am lifting you up right now.
I apologize as I am just seeing this message now…
Christine DeLoatch says
I like a lot of this prayer, however I don’t like laziness in the same prayer with procrastination. There are plenty of people that have anxiety, pain and ADHD, that are not lazy. They have trouble getting started or overcoming fears.
I really appreciate your feedback and definitely agree. In fact, I changed the prayer to reflect that. Thanks for taking the time to comment. God Bless!