Paul reminds us in 2 Corinthians 4 that we are to renounce the hidden things of shame. The enemy would love to have a foothold in our thought-life. He can have a right to attack if we have not renounced him and the things we have done in the past that give him room to live in our lives. Sin opens the door for the enemy of your soul to attack. So when we renounce the things we have done in the past we are in essence saying, "I break my contract with you Satan!"
The blood was put on the doors of the house so the enemy of death and destruction would pass over. We have to do this on our temples. In Corinthians 5 the Apostle Paul reminds us that we live in an earthly tent. Put the blood of Jesus on your "tent" or house, which is your sign to the enemy that he has to get off and pass you by.
The Lord would have you not despair. He made a way for you in the midst of your wilderness. Get Egypt out of your mind, renounce the ways of the world. You are just passing through. But like Joshua and Caleb, let us be a generation that walks into the promised land. Read Corinthians 4 and understand that we have an eternal purpose and should have an eternal perspective.
Let Me lead you through this time of correction and need, says
Let go of what is behind and press on to what lies ahead. Get your identity from the Lord and not from your past.
2 Corinthians 4:17 For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, is working
for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory.