Daily Devotional


Root It Out

26th March 2022

Scripture Reading: Mark 5: 21-34


“And a certain woman, which had an issue of blood twelve years,” (Mark 5: 25)

Our Focal Scripture speaks of how the woman with the issue of blood suffered for twelve years. She had the issue of blood in her, and for twelve years, her story was the same. Something in her was not okay, and it made her years to resonate with the same negativity. Something was planted in her that made her years to seem the same year after year. Something in her made her years to show up without any newness.

Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: every negative thing in you that is causing your years to seem the same year after year, I uproot it by fire. Every negative mark the enemy has placed on you that has caused you to be rejected again and again, I command it to be deleted by the blood of Jesus. Every satanic deposit the enemy has made in you, I uproot it by fire. Everything in you that the Lord did not put in place, I decree, it ends now.

Hear me as I hear the Lord: the tears end now. The confinement ends now. The lack of favour ends now. The issues in your health end now. The matter of doors shut against you ends now. The limitations on your advancement end now. The policies that have stagnated you end now. The wickedness of the wicked against you end now. The negative perceptions that have given you the wrong results again and again, end now.

Today, I proclaim, your years will be different from now on. Newness will emerge from all corners of your life. You will burst forth on all sides. The cycle of negativity is broken. The doors of satanic burdens are shut forever in your life. Those that watched you cry for pain, will come back to see you dance and shout for joy. Those who knew your identity of negativity will return to see that the Lord has turned your captivity around.

Don’t just wait for negativity to leave when it pleases. Root it out, destroy it from its foundation, and it will not make a mess of your year.


Everything in me that the Lord did not plant, be uprooted by fire, in Jesus’ name!

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“But he answered and said, Every plant, which my heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted up.” (Matthew 15: 13)

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