You don't have to think twice about any kind of relationship which defiles the relationship that you are to end. Don't get fooled, the Bible tells, "whoever sows to his body will get sin out of the flesh." (Gal 6:8) Don't let someone trick you in brainwash into a fine feeling of what is not all right: it should be prevented from the relationship that makes you disobey God.
2. A draining relationship
Certain relationships may not defile you, but they will drain all energy from you. You will dry up: virtue, motivation to study the word, inspiration, prayers. Everything may look on the surface, but it doesn't sharpen, it makes you dull, it drains you. The devil brings people into your life, they don't sleep with you, but you find that you are drained over time. Keeping watch over-drying tactics, the Devil uses war tactics. Such a relationship that discharges energy, strength from you; you can quench that relationship before it quenches you.
3. A distracting relationship
Most Relationships won't defile or rob you, but they'll overwhelm you, you'll just find you can't concentrate on the things you need to be concentrating on. Prayer times are now talking hours. If you realize that a friendship is now a diversion to your relationship with God, to concentrate on your goals, you have to avoid it. Every partnership that God has provided distracts you, defiles you, or destroys you. As long as Delilah was in Samson's world, he never prayed either, he didn't even know when God left in the night he was sleeping on her laps. Discontinue relationships that distract.
4. A dominating relationship
This is a relationship of enslavement, a relationship in which you have no rights. Some young men and women gave others the right to their freedom in the name of love; slavery is not loved. Any relationship that has stripped you of your independence is a relationship that has to be broken. There is no relationship that God will put into your life that will deprive you of the liberty you have in Christ (Gal 5:1). Continue the relationship between managing and ruling.
5. A demonic relationship
Some relationships are not only defiling, exhausting, irritating, or dominating; some relationships are demonic straight away. Your relationship with a partner, using you as a lesbian doll, is blatantly demonic. This may sound odd but it (demonic relationships) is very common everywhere; children with their mothers, elder sisters with younger brothers, members of the church with their pastors etc. This becomes demonic when you find yourself romantically attached to someone you shouldn't have some form of s3xual attraction toward. Delilah was merely a physical agent of demons (Judges 16:23-24)
Father in Jesus ' name, let any agent of darkness stationed in my life truncate my destiny collide with fire and fail in their assignment in Jesus ' name *
6. A demoralising relationship
A dismaying relationship leaves you uninspired and unmotivated. The Bible states that "iron must sharpen iron" (Prov 27:17). You would be demoralized by what relationship God brings into your life. Samson 's relationship with Delilah has been demoralizing. She vexed, frustrated, and demoralized him until he had no longer the strength to consecrate himself. (Genesis 16:16)
Some men and women mock holiness and consecration which makes it look unfashionable.
If you come in a relationship with these men, they make you feel like you are losing your virginity. We stop you from doing positive things, and from living a holy life. At all costs, these types of people should be cut off from your life.
7. A Damaging relationship
Some relationships do harm. They 're not defiling you, draining or distracting you, but can hurt you. They damage your openness to God, your desire for Christ, your self-esteem, they destroy life until you realize that you feel worthless: this is what Delilah did to Samson. Samson did not know that the relationship was dangerous until his eyes were out and he was in prison.
Avoid excusing those you 're meant to be expelling. There are people you can kick out of your life, however you justify them, making them excuses. You call this thing passion, is it passion or lust, really? A God-authored relationship will not distract you, defile you, drain you, harm you, demoralize you or rob you of your freedom. When a relationship does either of these things, it is a red light and you should end it immediately
How to discontinue wrong relationships
1. Identify it: The relationship you are wondering whether you should or shouldn't continue is a warning that you should avoid it.
2. Present him/her before God: pray, spiritually sever all relationships before physically taking a step. There are some relationships that you would sever if God were to open your eyes and see what is happening in the spirit world. Most people are blind and they don't know what's going on.
3. Expose the relationship: Leaders in your life to your priest, your friends, so you can get support. When you step into someone's side, until a superior authority steps in, you can't be safe
4.Growth rule is that whatever you invest in will grow and whatever you stop investing in won't grow, stop investing in that relationship, stop investing money, calls, talks, energy, etc.
5. Let the individual know you call it a quit; you leave the relationship and give reasons to the individual
Note, when you take these steps to leave these relationships, being in both of these relationships means that there is still a sin to confess and ask for forgiveness, which is the first step to be free.
1.Father, as I begin to pray now, let every dark agent be captured, let their kingdom be set on fire, may your judgment fall upon every dark kingdom in the name of Jesus.
2. You agent of darkness, in the name of Christ, I kill and remove you from my soul, mind, and in my dreams, be driven out of my world.
3. By the blood of Jesus, I detach myself in the name of Christ morally, mentally, socially, and emotionally from all past or current wrong relationships.
4. In Jesus ' name, I condemn any relationship that will benefit me in advance.
5.Lord, grace me with relationships that build me up, grow me, relationships that in the name of Jesus do not hurt me