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Breaking Unhealthy Soul Ties 

Today, we are focusing on how to break free from them. Let’s delve into the steps to break these soul ties.

1. Repentance:

The initial and crucial step in breaking unhealthy soul ties is to repent. This repentance should encompass any sins, iniquities, or disobedience associated with the person you have a soul tie with. It’s essential to recognize that one cannot sever a soul tie while still engaging in any form of sexual sin with that person.

Repentance signifies a genuine desire for freedom and the willingness to let go of sin and disobedience. These negative elements only serve to strengthen the soul ties further.

Breaking Unhealthy Soul Ties 

2. Forgiveness:

In breaking unhealthy soul ties, forgiveness plays a dual role. Firstly, you need to forgive the other person involved in the soul tie, especially if you’ve discovered that they’ve been deceptive, manipulative, or have disrespected your dignity. Such experiences can be deeply hurtful and may lead to bitterness.

Secondly, you must also forgive yourself. Self-forgiveness can be a challenging endeavor, often necessitating the assistance of the Holy Spirit. For instance, victims of traumatic experiences like rape may find forgiveness difficult, yet scriptures affirm that total healing is unattainable until one learns to let go and let God. Holding onto bitterness only tightens the emotional bond between two souls.

Job 21:25 (KJV)  
And another dieth in the bitterness of his soul, and never eateth with pleasure.

Breaking Unhealthy Soul Ties 

3. Renunciation:

Soul ties are often established and can also be severed through the spoken word. Your words are powerful, as they are like spirits that never die. However, you can assert authority over these words. If you’ve made covenants, vows, or verbal commitments with the person you have a soul tie with, it’s imperative to renounce them.

Statements such as “I will die with you,” “I will love you forever,” or “I will never love anyone else but you” can be appropriate within a marital context but problematic when made to multiple partners simultaneously.

Pro 6:2 (KJV)  
Thou art snared with the words of thy mouth, thou art taken with the words of thy mouth.

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