P6. The Deliverance Session, Part 5
Prayer Preparation and Opening Moves
Decide together with the victim which Names of Deity you are going to use:
and whether the prayers shall be in the first person singular (I) or plural (We).
- Yah'shua, Yeshua (the Aramaic of Yah'shua) or Jesus
- Ruach haQodesh or Holy Spirit (some prefer Holy Ghost)
Having secured the room where the deliverance takes place by closing all doors and windows and making sure that you will not be interrupted, the minister should ask the victim to repeat the following prayers and to say Amen or Omein (Hebrew) at the end of each (= "so be it"). The minister should speak with authority and force but not shout (he will only exhaust himself - demons do not respond to decibells):
STAGE II: Specific Prayer by the Minister(s)
- 1. I/We affirm the Lordship of Yah'shua the Messiah/Jesus Christ over this place
- 2. I/We hereby bind all spirits, principalities, and powers which Yah'shua/Jesus has identified as His enemies around this place through His Name and by His blood
- 3. Dear Father Yahweh, I/We ask you in Yah'shua's/Jesus' Name, and by the power of His atoning blood, to break down all lines of communication between any demons and their controllers in the demonic hierarchy
- 4. In the Name of Yah'shua the Messiah/Jesus Christ and by the power of His atoning blood, I/We purify with His blood the four elements - fire, air, water and earth - and cut off any enemy routes of entrance and exit
- 5. In the Name of Yah'shua the Messiah/Jesus Christ and by the power of His atoning blood, I/We bind the world of spirits and its allies, and take authority over them, from attacking anyone involved in this meeting or any member of their family, or close friends, or their property, either now or in the future
- 6. In the Name of Yah'shua the Messiah/Jesus Christ and by the power of His blood, I/We command all demons to be silent and to be forever bound in chains in the lake of fire, or wherever Yah'shua/Jesus sends them
- 7. In the Name of Yah'shua the Messiah/Jesus Christ and by the power of His blood, I/We bind any spirits that may have been brought into this place of ministry by those entering, and I/We cut off their lines of communication
- 8. In the Name of Yah'shua the Messiah/Jesus Christ, I/We seal off this place of ministry with the blood of Yah'shua/Jesus
STAGE III: General Confession of Christ by the Victim
- 9. Dear Heavenly Father, Yahweh-Elohim, I/We invite the Ruach haQodesh/Holy Spirit to come into this place and to work through those labouring in this ministry here today. I [the deliverance minister] petition You on behalf of (name of victim), in the Name of the Lord Yah'shua/Jesus. You know that he/she wants to be delivered and free. I/We now stand in prayerful agreement with him/her for You to grant him/her that freedom. Please, Father, empower him/her to say whatever he/she needs to say, especially for any forgotten sins that may prevent him/her from being healed. In Yah'shua's/Jesus' Name. Amen.
(Hallelu-Yah means "praise Yahweh")
- 10. I hereby affirm that Yah'shua the Messiah/Jesus Christ is my Lord and Saviour and confess the cleansing power of His blood and His Word. I also covenant to be obedient to His Word for the remainder of my life. Hallelu-Yah! Amen!
Until this genuine heart-confession has been made, no further progress can be made. That is not to say that the victim must have a perfect faith, but she ought at least to be able to pray: "Lord (Yah'shua/Jesus), I believe; help my unbelief!" (Mark 9:24). As the deliverance proceeds and results are seen, that belief will grow steadily stronger and stronger.
Warning: Though a person who has made this heartfelt confession is saved, it is not final salvation. A commitment to a life of discipleship is essential too, i.e. the fruits of salvation manifested. If the attitude is one of just passive belief, the deliverance will ultimately fail, and the victim will likely fall away from his/her salvation too. It is easier to remove evil spirits by deliverance than to keep them out by leading a well-balanced life involving prayer and Christian discipleship.
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