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Types of Bonds - Part 3

From Chapter 2 of Releasing Bonds from the Courts of Heaven, Dr. Ron unveils what has been discovered in the realms of Heaven about this powerful spiritual force!


How is this different from a requisition?

A bond is always for another parties’ benefit, not the benefit of the one making the request whereas a requisition may benefit the one making the request. It utilizes the stronger faith of one believer (one with more maturity, understanding or unction) over another and helps all grow up in Christ by not requiring the less knowledgeable to gain resources of Heaven whether finances, safety, emotional comfort, or other things. Their faith be jump started.


A bond is a separate legal force stronger than a regular petition.


The angels are more intentional about helping the receiver walk it out.

We asked, “Does this need to be a formal request in the courts, or does it happen a lot because we are following Holy Spirit and simply asking or believing for certain things?” He replied, “It is a separate thing because it is much stronger in its legal force—it is legally backed up when we have a Writ of Release.” It can help jump start the faith of a weaker believer.

At this point he began to speak to Donna about a family situation regarding her daughter. She was told she could go to the Court of Titles and Deeds and request a bond—a Writ of Release of Faith for her daughter to hold on to the fact that she will be pregnant. The bond utilizes Donna’s faith as a conduit for her faith but is totally done in the spirit through the legal acquisition of the bond. Her daughter would then be undergirded in her faith for the thing being requested in the bond. Because the angels have the paperwork, they will be more intentional in seeing that she walks in this measure of faith. There seems to be extra assistance given to the daughter to stay in faith. They will war battles to victory if needed or provide general comfort and assistance in heart and mind to believe if necessary.

Bond of Perfection

The phrase Bond of Perfection (or Maturity) is found in Colossians 3:14 where we read:

But above all these things put on love, which is the bond of perfection.

We asked if the Bond of Perfection was a way to jump start the faith of the Colossian believers. Paul's faith for them to be grown up quickly was what he initiated in the legal realm of Heaven by this bond. Their faith was aided by Paul's bond so they would not stumble as much. If you read the letter to the Colossians (particularly using The Passion Translation) you can see how Paul was commending the Colossians for their spiritual growth. He essentially says that they had learned to receive directly from Heaven the things he would have taught them when he came to visit them. Because they had excelled in that manner, he could proceed to teach them other things. They had caught Paul’s heart and desire to live out of the realms of Heaven and had successfully learned to do so.

Bond of Peace

Another bond mentioned in Paul’s writing is the Bond of Peace.

…endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. (Ephesians 4:3)

We were instructed that this bond was a Clarity Bond for Unity. A guarantee of like-mindedness was released through that bond. The churches of Ephesus were able to walk in extraordinary unity as a result of this bond.

Why the Court of Titles and Deeds?

Because the resources are in Heaven and this writ is affecting a transfer of resources from one place to another—from one owner to another it would be handled in the Court of Titles and Deeds. It's like a lease agreement. It is a lease on the resources. It is not an “ownership” issue per se. It is more of a lease arrangement where the resources of Heaven are brought into the earth.

We then asked if we were free to share this with our Tuesday Night Courts of Heaven Mentoring Group. We were given a release and at that point we were handled a scroll. We were also given some instructions to share which I’ll cover in the Conclusion at the end of the book.

As we discussed some of the impact of these Writs, we began to understand more fully how one could have more faith or more clarity or more strength for a thing through them. It seemed as if when the recipient would agree with the Holy Spirit concerning the writ being released its impact could be even stronger.

We could apply this to creativity, we were told finances were common as were safety and emotions, more confidence—someone’s spiritual confidence, and so on. These things we need here are substances in Heaven.

How would this help someone struggling with fear?

Fear is the lack of confidence in love and love's ability. It is agreeing with the wrong thing. It is faith for the wrong thing.


  • Writ of Release for an Undergirding

  • Writ of Release for a Sense of Not Being Alone

These examples seem related to why someone would be afraid in the first place. They are kept in place through a believed lie.

A benefit of a bond is Heaven trading on Heaven's bounty, the goodness of God, and the understanding of the knowledge of the resources that are in Heaven on behalf of another.

This can be used where we see a lack in someone's life. Wisdom is something you could request a Writ of Release for.


A Bond of Wisdom is a Writ of Release for Wisdom


James 1:5

If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him.

Does the Body of Christ use this?

We asked, “Does the Body of Christ use this very much?” He replied, “No. They use a lesser form or format of request and is what they mean when they say, ‘I bless you!’ ‘I bless you to have a good day!’” Whereas that may be a sentiment a release of a bond for a day full of blessings would be a much stronger legal matter.


This segment continues the series on spiritual bonds from Dr. Ron's recent book, Releasing Bonds from the Courts of Heaven which is available in Paperback, PDF and Kindle Editions from

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