I agree with Hashem that I must turn to my Goel Redeemer, for my Goel Redeemer says, "Turn to me for I have redeemed you" (Isaiah 44:22). I cry out to Hashem right now. I declare right now that I hate my iniquity and I turn my eyes away from it before it destroys and corrupts and ruins and hurts and becomes a stumbling block. I declare that Naaman (2Kgs 5:14) is the role model for me. For he desperately wanted to rid himself of the nega (plague) of his metzorah (leprosy), even humbling himself and obeying the Ish HaElohim. So likewise I thank Hashem that when I have humbled myself and obeyed Moshiach and made zikh ge'toyvl't in der mikveh trusting in the Name of Hashem and Moshiach Tzidkeinu and the Ruach Hakodesh--Adonoi Echad--then there is a point of strength. For I thank Hashem that after I make zikh ge'toyvl't in der mikveh then it is when the Devil comes with his accusations, his condemnations. his strictures of false guilt, his Satanic temptations, his Zchus deceptions and doctrines of demons and all of his occult lies, THEN IT IS that I can drive back the adversary of my nashamah, by reminding the devil about the blood of Moshiach's temurah (that Moshiach Tzidkeinu took over my aveiros and I took over Moshiach's righteousness) and I can remind the devil about the kaparah and kedushah and geulah where I died and was buried with Yehoshua/Yeshua in the tevilah kever (immersion grave) and then I will daven in the Ruach Hakodesh leshonot chadashot and I will do a tzom, fasting until Satan sees that he cannot corrupt me.