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Who Needs Deliverance

God, the author and origin of deliverance, empowers those who obey him and uses them to deliver the rest.

People who need deliverance are those:

  • Who are under the curse of vagabond and fugitive spirits (Genesis 4:3, 5-9, 11, and 12).
  • Who are servants to servants (Genesis 9:25-27).
  • Whose families are scattered by God (Genesis 11:5-8).
  • Who lost their spouses to others (Genesis 12:10-13, 18).
  • Who married second wives (Genesis 16:1-5, 21:9-11).
  • Who looked back to their Sodom (Genesis 19:26).
  • Who slept with their father or relatives (Genesis 19:30-38).
  • Who despised their birth rights (Genesis 25:29-40).
  • Who have strange fire burning inside of them (Genesis 19:23-25).
  • Who are suffering from divine rebuke (Exodus 16:28-29).
  • Who no longer have their names written in the book of life (Exodus 32:32-33, 30-31)
  • Who are being burnt by God’s fire of judgment (Leviticus 10:2).
  • Who are under divine plagues (Numbers 11:10, 16-34).
  • Who are suffering defeat from the enemy (Numbers 14:11-12, 20-23, 26-45).
  • Who are suffering from serpentine venom (Numbers 21:4-6, Deuteronomy 9:4- 29).
  • Who are under God’s anger (Deuteronomy 29:12-29).
  • Who are under the hand of their spoilers (Judges 3:7-8, 12-14).
  • Who were abused sexually (Judges 19:20-30).
  • Who lost their position in God (1 Samuel 13:11-15, 14:36-37, 1 Chronicles 10:1-14).
  • Who are under divine judgment (2 Samuel 12:1-23).
  • Who are under divine pestilence (2 Samuel 24:5, 25, 1 Chronicles 21:5-28, 2 Chronicles 6:36, 7:12-22).
  • Who have increased enemies (1 Kings 11:9-40).
  • Who experience premature death in their families (1 Kings 14:1-20).
  • Who are bed-ridden (2 Kings 1:1-18, 2 Chronicles 22:5-9).
  • Who are cursed by a man of God (2 Kings 5:22-27).
  • Whose parents died a shameful death (2 Kings 9:30-37).
  • Who are suffering from incurable disease (2 Kings 15:5-7, 32-38, 17:1-2, 2 Chronicles 21:16-20).
  • Who are under arrest or captivity (2 Chronicles 36:6-8).
  • Who have received an arrow from the pit of hell in their dreams (2 Chronicles 16:12-14).
  • Who experience business failure (2 Chronicles 20:35-37).
  • Who are captured or are at the mercy of their enemies (2 Chronicles 28:5-27).
  • Who are childless (Jeremiah 22:24-30).

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  • Who are facing doom (Jeremiah 49:1-39).
  • Who are under drought (Joel 1:1-20, 2:1-17).
  • Who are in danger (Amos 2:14-16,  3:1-15, 4:1-13, 5:1-27, 6:1-14, 8:1-14, 9:1-7).
  • Who are confused (Hosea 2:6-12, 9:1-12. 10:1-15).
  • Who are under shame (Micah 3:6-7, 12, Zechariah 10:2-4, 11:15-17).
  • Who are perplexed in life (Micah 7:4, Daniel 12:1-13, Haggai 2:21-22, Zachariah 14:3-21, Malachi 4:1, 3).
  • Who are under divine vengeance (Micah 1:1-11, Hebrews 2:1-19, 2:21-22).
  • Who are under affliction (Daniel 4:19-27, 31-33).
  • Who sow much and reap little (Haggai 1:5-6, 9-11, Malachi 1:14).
  • Who are cast out (Nehemiah 13:7-9, Genesis 21:9-21).
  • Who are suffering from calamities (Proverbs 1:26-32, 11:4, 23, 12:2, 18:6-9, 22:8, 30:11-17).
  • Who are in error or ignorance (Matthew 22:29-33).
  • Who are under pressure (Matthew 26:46-57).
  • Who positioned themselves or are authorized by others to judge their own God (Matthew 27:11-13).
  • Who are dumb (Luke 1:18-22).
  • Who cause division in the church (1 Corinthians 1:10, 3:1-23, 6:8-20, Titus 3:9-11).
  • Who defile the church with immorality (1 Corinthians 5: 1-13, 6:8-20, 1 Corinthians 10:1-15, 11:16-34, 2 Thessalonica 3:6-18).
  • Who are proud and boastful (1 Corinthians 4:1-21, 6:1-20, 10:1-15, Titus 1:101-6, 3:9-11).
  • Who hate Christ (1 Corinthians 16:22).
  • Who will not partake in the rapture (Philippians 4:7, 5:14-26, 2 Thessalonica 2:1-12).
  • Who find it difficult to submit to the gospel of Christ (2 Thessalonica 1:7-10, 5-12, 3:6-18).
  • Who turn away from true ministers (2 Timothy 1:15).
  • Who backslide (2Timothy 4:10).
  • Who defile the bed before marriage (Hebrews 13:4-6).
  • Who deny laborer their wages (James 5:4-6).
  • Who are faithless, ignorant and without the fruit of the Spirit (2 Peter 1:9, 1-8, 10).
  • Who are covetous (2 Peter 2:1-22).
  • Who scoff and despise the second coming (2 Peter 3:1-7).
  • Who work hard in life but make slow progress.
  • Who entertain fear in starting good things in their life.
  • Who have demonic attacks.
  • Who eat in their dreams.
  • Who are being pressed down in dreams.
  • Who are pursued by animals or masquerades in their dreams.
  • Who are addicted to alcohol, drugs, foods, etc.
  • Who are normally deprived of their rights, benefits and entitlements.
  • Who suffer hatred and rejection from people without any reason.
  • Who feel extremely angry without control until they make mistakes.
  • Who are depressed, worry too much and are anxious.
  • Who feel superior or inferior to others.
  • Who are shy, insecure or timid.
  • Who are self willed, stubborn or rebellious.
  • Who are selfish, and harboring unforgiving spirits (Deuteronomy 28:54, 66-67).
  • Who have sexual problem like unclean sexual thoughts, masturbation, lesbianism, homosexuals, adultery, bestiality, prostitution and so on.
  • Who have persistent mental problem, for example, mental torments, indecision, compromise, confusion, doubts, and loss of memory (Deuteronomy 28:28-29, 65-66).
  • Who have physical infirmities: periodical sickness, hereditary problems without medical diagnosis or cure (Deuteronomy 28:21-22, 27-28, 35, 59, 61).
  • Who are barren, having miscarriages, inability to conceive, failure to menstruate, evil growth, fibroid, irregular menstruation, prolonged menstruation, painful menstruation, loss of pregnancies, prolonged pregnancies, and delayed marriage.
  • Who have sex in the dream.
  • Who were in occult group before they were born again.
  • Who suffer from multiple problems.
  • Who suddenly lose big money mysteriously.
  • Who are talkatives.
  • Whose souls are tied to strange women like Delilah, or men.
  • Who are under the attacks of all manner of sicknesses and diseases (Matthew 4:23-25).
  • Who are possessed with devils (Matthew 8:16-17).
  • Who are attacked from the grave (Matthew 8:28-32).
  • Whose handiwork is not progressing (Matthew 12:1013).
  • Who are under the torment of the devils (Matthew 15:21-28).

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  • Who have unclean spirits (Mark 1:23-29).
  • Who are ravaged by the storms of life (Mark 4:37-41).
  • Who are under the torment of death (Mark 5:22-24, 35-42).
  • Who are disabled spiritually (Mark 6:53-56).
  • Who are sick of diverse diseases (Luke 4:40-41).
  • Who are toiling in vain in life (Luke 5:1-11).
  • Who are at the point of death (Luke 8:41-42, 49-56).
  • Who have spirit of infirmity (Luke 13:11-13).
  • Who are impotent (Luke 5:1-9).
  • Who are fearful and powerless (Acts 8).
  • Who suffer stroke (Acts 9:32-35).
  • Who are bewitched (Acts 16:16-19).
  • Who practice sorcery and witchcraft (Acts 8:9-24).
  • Who are chased out of their inheritance and cursed (Genesis 3:6, 17-19, 22-24).

Repentance, salvation and faith in Christ qualify you to fight the devil to recover all you have lost to him. God is the originator of the deliverance ministry. The world is a battlefield and every believer needs to fight the devil to possess his or her possession. What Jesus did for us on the cross of Calvary empowers us to fight the devil and push him out of our inheritance to repossess our possessions.

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