I reminded myself that “I am a child of God, the evil one cannot touch me, I am chosen and appointed by Christ Jesus to bear His fruit.” As I affirmed my identity “who I am in Christ Jesus,” The evil one could not touch me.
John Stott says, “In practice, we should constantly be reminding ourselves who we are. We need to talk to ourselves, ask ourselves, “Don’t you know you are enslaved to God and are committed to His obedience?” We must continue until we reply, “Yes, I do know who I am, a new person in Christ Jesus.” Ephesians 5:15 reminds us “Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise making the most of every opportunity because the days are evil.”
If you’ve been interrupted by any voices other than truth, remind them whose you are and speak this prayer aloud:
“Dear Heavenly Father, thank You for the precious shed blood of Jesus, who paid the price for my sins and forgave me, thank You, in Christ Jesus, I am made righteous. Thank You for protecting me with Your presence, Lord Jesus, by the power of the Holy Spirit. Thank You for fighting this battle. I claim victory over the power of darkness, bring the light and let me shine Your truth. Thank You for freedom. In Jesus’ Name, Amen”