Understanding Spiritual Deliverance: A Comprehensive Guide

Understanding Spiritual Deliverance

I’m going to talk about a topic that’s deeply personal and, for many, a pivotal spiritual experience: spiritual deliverance. The profound personal journey many undertake in the pursuit of spiritual freedom from what they perceive as spiritual bondage.

Understanding Spiritual Deliverance

Now what is spiritual deliverance? At its core, spiritual deliverance is a process believed to free individuals from negative spiritual influences and emotional burdens; known as demons. It’s often associated with religious practices, especially within various Christian denominations.

What is spiritual deliverance used for, you might wonder? People turn to deliverance when they feel oppressed by what they believe are external spiritual forces, or when they’re grappling with internal struggles that have a spiritual dimension. It could be related to persistent negative thoughts, emotional traumas, or addictions—all seen through the lens of spiritual interference.

I’m here to guide you through the essentials of understanding spiritual deliverance, with the hope that you’ll gain not just knowledge, but also a perspective on this complex topic.

Read More: The power of prayer in spiritual deliverance

Navigating the Process of Spiritual Deliverance

If you’ve decided that spiritual deliverance is something you want to explore, there are a few things you’ll want to keep in mind to ensure a positive and uplifting experience. Safety should always come first, which means looking for a supportive environment that fosters well-being and doesn’t resort to harmful practices. Whether it’s in a church setting or a personal session, the atmosphere and the people around you should be encouraging and light-bearing.

The steps to prepare for a deliverance session can vary, but generally include prayer, fasting, and reflection. Sometimes, understanding the root issues you’re facing is as important as the deliverance itself. So, taking time to look inward and prepare mentally and spiritually is key. Also, consider discussing your decision with a trusted faith leader or counselor who can offer guidance and support.

Belief plays a crucial role in deliverance. This isn’t just about the actions performed during the session; it’s also about the faith and conviction of the individual seeking deliverance. If you’re going into this process, choose to believe in the possibility of liberation and healing. That mindset can dramatically influence your experience.

Finding a trustworthy practitioner is paramount. Do your homework—research, ask for recommendations, and even meet with potential leaders or counselors before making your decision. A true professional will be open, transparent about their methods, and respectful of your concerns and boundaries.

Lastly, after a deliverance session, it’s important to continue the healing journey. This may include follow-up sessions, continued prayer, and staying connected with a supportive community. Just because the session ends, doesn’t mean your growth and healing do. So, what comes next is just as vital—nurturing the positive changes and reflecting on the insights gained.

Remember, your first attempt at spiritual deliverance doesn’t need to be your last. This can be the beginning of an ongoing journey towards spiritual wellbeing. And while perfection isn’t the goal—it’s the effort and intention that count—the pursuit of peace and spiritual freedom is a worthy one. I really hope that you find the renewed strength and hope you’re looking for through spiritual deliverance.

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How Spiritual Deliverance Was Introduced Into My Life

During church service within my first ten years of discipleship, the Pastor would call anyone who felt a of need of being prayed for. At that time, I was very afflicted as you can read in my blog: “God Speaks Through Faith Directly To Your Spirit; which is mostly about faith and a testimony of mine.

Whenever the pastor prayed, I truly believed I could be healed and placed my faith in God; not the pastor’s prayers. Eventually, this led to having supernatural experiences at church. The pastor didn’t do ministration; but willingly asked for those feeling afflicted, to come forward.

Well, these supernatural experiences were: trembling, crying, falling off, staying in a position of stillness and not remembering afterwards; as if I were in some sort of coma. The trembling wasn’t a cold, the crying wasn’t an emotional outburst, nor me falling was me fainting and obviously, the stillness was not a coma.

During discipleship, the topic of the supernatural was explained, but not practiced. I began having more supernatural experiences during seizures of the demonic manifestations. Many people get upset when one refers to seizures as being demonized; but isn’t everyone in some way or form?

Nobody is perfect and that’s the demons fault. For example: Didn’t you ever lie? There is no such thing as a white lie; a lie is a lie. Period. Who helped or influenced you do lie? That would be the spirit of lie which works well with the spirits of deceit. You’ll notice that by spirit, I’m referring to demon.

During seizures, I’d go into a spiritual realm of darkness and harm. If you know anyone who has seizures ask them what they experience during an aura or seizure. Well, these experiences led me to having a stronger faith in the Lord; knowing that if this was possible, then anything was; leading me to the verse of Philippians 4:13.

I ended up paying a price for knowing this existed. The pastors didn’t want me exposed because they feared people would get scared and leave the church. The topic of deliverance was also taught at discipleship but it wasn’t emphasized because of the same reason.

One Comment

  1. Wow, this is a lot to take in. I’ve never really delved into spirituality before, so the concept of spiritual deliverance is something quite new and a bit overwhelming to me. The idea of external spiritual forces influencing our emotions and life struggles is fascinating and somewhat daunting to consider. I particularly find the role of belief and preparation interesting. It seems like a mental and spiritual commitment is needed to engage in this process, which I can see could be quite powerful for those with strong faith. I guess anything that delves into our psyches and emotions should be handled with care. The role of a trustworthy practitioner also sounds critical, but how does one determine who fits that bill? Is there a certification process or something similar in this field? It gives me the impression that spiritual deliverance is not a one-time fix but rather a starting point for a deeper exploration of one’s spirituality. 

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