Deliverance is the process of bringing other Christians to
wholeness and freedom in Christ. The deliverance process involves
dealing with curses, forgiveness, wounded parts and casting out demons.
Deliverance for others should be done in a team. Member of the opposite
sex should never minister to a deliverance client alone. The deliverance
team should be men with men and women with women except during an emergency
situation. There are many sensitive issues that embarrass the client
with member of the opposite sex present. (Some deliverance ministries may
disagree with mandatory same-sex deliverance teams.)
The presence of God needs to be manifested in the room.
Deliverance should begin with praise and worship. Invite the Holy Spirit
to come and lead and guide the deliverance. A deliverance minister
should be able to discern the manifested presence of the Holy Spirit-other
team member should be in agreement. Teams should consist of one leader,
one second and the remainder to be prayer support.
Deliverance is a very sensitive process for the client.
Assure the client the privacy will be maintained. Always draw the
bloodline of Jesus Christ to prohibit the transfer of spirits to other people
in the room when participating in any type of Christian ministry.
Please do not attempt deliverance on others until trained by a
practicing and successful deliverance minister that will teach and prepare you
to be a deliverance minister. As a deliverance minister you should be
accountable to your pastor and leadership.
The Holy Spirit will lead into phases of the
deliverance: Breaking curses and soul ties, unforgiveness issues,
healing of the wounded parts and casting out demons. Remember that
everything must be done with the utmost respect for the client. The
deliverance minister is legally responsible for actions in the
deliverance. A team concept is very important along with good
note-taking and (if the client agrees) the filming of the deliverance.
Most people are not set completely free in one session however
one session is possible with some clients. Know that God is doing a work
in the person. Ask how the client feels when done. Most will say
they feel better, lighter, and filled with peace. Do not end a
deliverance when the client is "stirred up" or a wounded part is
manifested. Keep working until the client has the peace and love of
God. Conclude with a prayer for the client to be filled with the Holy
Spirit. Be sure to "brush off" all burdens and false responsibly
that might have attached to any of the deliverance team members after the
client has left the premises.
Note from the webmaster:
I have been a deliverance minister for eight years under the
leadership of a highly anointed deliverance pastor. Every deliverance is
different there is no set formula or script. As a beginning
deliverance minister your position on the team should be observer and prayer
support. Do not attempt to minister deliverance as a leader in a team until
training has been completed and you have been released by leadership to be
leader of a deliverance team.