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The Importance of Deliverance  

Updated: Mar 2

MARCH 2, 2024

But Jesus said to her, “Let the children be filled first, for it is not good to take the children’s bread and throw it to the little dogs.”  And she answered and said to Him, “Yes, Lord, yet even the little dogs under the table eat from the children’s crumbs.

 - Mark 7:27-28 (KJV)  

A lot of people struggle through life because there is a lid on their progress. Once we discern that progress can be negatively influenced by unseen forces, then deliverance is required. Deliverance can be defined as the action of being rescued or completely set free. From an issue or circumstance. In Luke 4:18, Jesus articulates the preaching of deliverance to the captives as one of the benefits of the Spirit of the Lord upon Him. Hence, we see that deliverance is part of the Gospel and our right as believers.   

There seems to be a stigma surrounding deliverance - like it is a disease or plague. This should not be the case as deliverance is not a mark of shame but a separation from obstacles.

Often, as believers we may think we are making progress, yet that might not align with where we should be or with God’s intended destination for us. This is usually the trick of the Devil to make us comfortable. Deliverance brings liberty to those who are oppressed and until a man is delivered, a man remains hindered.  

There seems to be a stigma surrounding deliverance - like it is a disease or plague. This should not be the case as deliverance is not a mark of shame but a separation from obstacles.

Deliverance connotes healing and healing is deliverance. In Luke 13: 12 -16, Jesus healed a woman physically deformed by a spirit. Immediately He put his hands on her, she was made straight/whole and praised God. This verse shows that many times, deliverance from unseen forces is required to attain physical healing. The invisible can affect the visible as many situations are deeper than what our physical eyes can see.  

Deliverance is your entitlement as a child of God. In the referenced scripture, Jesus refers to deliverance as the children’s bread. Hence, it is our right as believers to partake in deliverance as a right. It is one of the many benefits of serving God. In 1 Corinthians 2: 9-12, we are exposed to the benefits of receiving the Holy spirit so that ‘we might know the things that have been freely given to us by God.’ Irrespective of the situation, the bread of deliverance is for children. If an unbeliever can get the bread, how much more you and I who are children of God?  

Deliverance starts with the Church. Every member of the body of Christ is a top priority for deliverance. We cannot rescue the community and preach the gospel if we have not been first delivered. Understanding the significance of deliverance is crucial in thwarting the devil's schemes. 

There is nothing to be afraid or ashamed of Brethren, examine/reflect on your life, and if you discern the workings of negative unseen forces or patterns, then consider seeking the deliverance ministry. Remember, deliverance is the children’s bread.  


                                                     Song of Worship  

Let the power of the Lord come down Amen– 1x.  

Let the Fire of the Lord come down – 1x.  

In Jesus name

Let the Fire of the Lord from heaven come down - 1x  

Let the Fire of the Lord come down – 1x  


Prayer - In the name of Jesus, may every limitation in my life be exposed and be broken down. According to God’s agenda, may I be delivered first in Jesus' name,  and  that which I am  looking for, may I lay hold of it and may I be set free in Jesus’ name, Amen.  

Bible in 1 year: Numbers 29-31; Mark 9 


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