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How to Be Delivered – Derek Prince

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This is a very enlightening sermon by Derek Prince. He was educated at Britain’s finest universities. While serving in the British army during World War II, he experienced a life-changing encounter with Jesus Christ. He then devoted his life to the teaching and study of the Bible and became internationally recognized as a leading authority on Bible prophecy. His daily radio program continues to touch lives around the world.

Derek Prince How to Be Delivered


My description of demons is persons without bodies. It’s very important to realize you are dealing with a person. In the early years of my ministry I suffered from intense depression. It would come over me and rest upon me like a dark cloud, shut me in, keep me from communicating, and I struggled with it. I did everything. I prayed, I fasted, I reckoned myself dead, I knew the Scriptures. And the more I prayed and fasted, the worse it got. I had no remedy and one day I was reading Isaiah 61 and it said, “In place of the spirit of heaviness, the garment of praise.” The Holy Spirit spoke to me and said, “That’s your problem. A spirit of heaviness, of depression.” And when I knew I was dealing with a person, and not myself—you see I’d been blaming myself for all of this. When I discovered it was another person I was 80 percent to victory. And actually I understood, by revelation, that it was a familiar spirit; that is a spirit that follows a family up. I realized that the same spirit had affected my father for many years. So all I needed was one other Scripture. Let me share it with you. Joel 2:32: ” And it shall come to pass, That whoever calls on the name of the Lord Shall be delivered. I called on the name of Jesus and I was delivered.Derek Prince
How to Be Delivered - Derek Prince
Tags: Deliverance, How to be deliverance, casting out demons, Derek Prince, Derek Prince Ministries
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