How to perform a deliverance

deliverance

In the bible, all Jesus Christ had to do was say a command, and the demons would leave a person. What does this mean? This mean that a deliverance is only possible with Jesus Christs help. Just a reminder, performing a deliverance on an unsaved person can have potentially hazardous effects on that person, unless they become Christian directly afterwards. Based on this verse: Matthew 12:43-45

Now with that out of the way, performing a deliverance is a rather simple procedure. First, you might want to ask them what type of problems they are having. Example, if they struggle with pornography then they might have a spirit of lust. If they struggle with anxiety, spirit of anxiety, etc. Asking them what problems they are helping will help the deliverance along. After that, you might want to have a prayer you say to start out the deliverance, here is mine, it’s called freedom.

We would like to remind [name] that God is in control of this. Lord Jesus, we ask you to prevent any transference of spirits from everyone here and [name]. Lord Jesus, we ask you to loose a legion of your warrior angels, deliverance angels, and ministering spirits to fight battles in the heavenlies for the [name] and minister to them and us during this deliverance, and to give us any insights into issues [name] might be having. Lord Jesus, please anoint [name] with the fire of the Holy Ghost. We now seal this prayer with the blood of Jesus Christ and remind [name] that God has good towards you and your life.

You might want to ask for angels to be released to help you, or the enemy to be bound, in Jesus Name.

After this starter prayer, you can say things like,

  • Spirit of X, leave in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth (targetting)
  • Any wicked evil spirit under the sound of my voice, leave in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth (catch-all)

And in general, you will want to pray for anything you feel the holy spirit is telling you about the person.

Note: Don’t send them to the pit, it may not be their time for judgement