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Deliverance Prayer Strategy: Deliver Us from evil

Deliverance Prayer Strategy: Deliver us from evil

By Isaac C Eboji

About this book

Deliverance is one those intriguing dynamic pillars of the Gospel that can either impress a profound appreciation for the love and power of God, or reticent feeling about its place in the Body of Christ. The New Testament, in particular the Four Gospels contains a wealth of deliverance records that this present generation can learn a lot from.

Evidently, not all evil spirits related problems can be solved solely by the issuing of authoritative commands alone, since they are proven to be stubborn, formidable opponents entrenched in resisting imperatives to leave their victims alone in peace. The concept of deliverance prayer and having a strategy to overcome the more convoluted evil spirits related problems was first mentioned and instructed by the LORD Jesus Christ. In this He made known that some demonic related issues will only leave by prayer and fasting vested, in the authority of His name.

In this book, Isaac Eboji explores the inception of evil from the Biblical perspective to establish why mankind is propense to it. He examines the correlation between propensity for evil inherent in mankind, and ease with which hostile spirits take advantage of mankind's weaknesses. Thus, making necessary the urgent need for deliverance prayer strategy not as it were to compensate for the born again experience, a notion generally held to be the case although misguided and misconstrued by those opposing deliverance; but to enforce the governance and reign of God's Kingdom on and over many works of the Devil and his cohorts.

28 But if I cast out devils by the Spirit of God, then the kingdom of God is come unto you.

Matthew 12:28 (King James Version)


  • Part 1 The Conception of Evil
  • Part 2 Manifestations of Evil
  • Part 3 Deliverance Preparation
  • Part 4 Deliverance from Evil

Paperback; March 2011; 278 pages; ISBN: 978-1908071002

Additional Information

  • Book Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-10: 1908071001
  • ISBN-13: 978-1908071002
  • Number of pages: 278
  • Book Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.6 cm

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