Saturday, August 27, 2011

Deliverance and Exorcism: A Diary of a layman#1

Just one day after the attacks some students in a particular school.  Another case sprang, I took it upon myself to do the Deliverance Prayer.

After the person has came back to her senses, I now have the following insight:

  1. Deliverance Prayer even in a private capacity is draining for a person.
    This means that after the Deliverance, the Deliverance Team was exhausted in all aspects of their person.  Physically, emotionally and spiritually.
  2. Crowd control is a must.
    People will always be intrigued by the paranormal.  It can not be avoided that Kibitzers (uzisero in Tagalog) will attempt to join; unwittingly they can only exacerbate the situation.
  3. Pray with good intentions.
    Prayer must come from the heart, not out of some sick egotistic sense of pride.
  4. Learn to be Thankful
    Be Thankful to the people around you and the gift of life.
Indeed as it is writted in Luke 1:37: "For with God nothing will be impossible.” 

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