This prayer was passed down from the ancient ancestor Kapatek Kizito to the first king, Omukama Obalibwali. It is said that if you say this prayer every day without fail, the devil (whose name is Mpongwe) will run away from you because God loves you very much. If your church leader knows this prayer, arrange to meet him and learn it together. If he does not know this prayer, let him know that you are ready to help him with it and make sure that the devil runs away from him. SO MOTE IT BE.
Prayer to make the devil flee (When we really need to pray there is no one other than our beloved Prophet. Say this prayer when you are in trouble and pray this with full faith. Read this whole prayer or parts of it as many times as possible. The most important part of the prayer is the last sentence).Our Prophet (peace be upon him) said that whoever says this supplication after every fardh salaath will not die as shia (in a state of disbelief) until he meets Allah swt, he will not die upon the stinginess and he will remain away from all these things for which Allah swt promised punishment in the hereafter. God willing you will be successful in making the devil flee.
There are many people today that believe that a demonic possession is very common in most homes. The idea would be based mostly on the existence of evil spirits and the fact that there are many possessions taking place today. It is not possible for you to tell when you have an evil spirit within your house, but there are ways for this to be realized and for you to know if you have a demon living with you. Father, I confess my sins and approach your throne humbled by your grace. Lord Jesus is the cornerstone of my faith, and knowing that he died for me softens any burden I have to carry. But, because of the frailty of my human nature, I find myself struggling with the desires of a corrupt devil almost every day.
Prayer To Make The Devil Flee
”God opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble.” Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. James 4:6-7
Dear heavenly Father, this Scripture reminds me that I can make some things more complicated and dramatic than they need to be. This is certainly the case when it comes to spiritual warfare.
When I look back over the years at all the different teaching I’ve had about engaging in spiritual warfare, much of it promoted more fear than faith, more phobia than freedom, more preoccupation with darkness than fascination with the Light of the World. Somewhere along the line, I missed the image of a fleeing devil. Alas, another arena for gospel-sanity.
I know we can ill afford to be naïve about the destructive schemes of the enemy, and his prowling, devouring plans (2 Cor. 2:11; 1 Pet. 5:8). Because of the cross of Jesus, the devil knows his time is short and he’s filled with fury. En route to his sure demise, he ramps up his seducing, tempting, and condemning ways, every opportunity he gets.
But even more so, we can ill afford to be ignorant about how to resist the devil with the gospel. “The reason the Son of God appeared was to destroy the devil’s work” (1 Jn. 3:8), and he has succeeded.
So today, in full view on Jesus’ finished work, I humble myself before you and submit to you, Father. I gladly acknowledge my weakness and need. Indeed, I need the gospel today as much as I did the first day you declared me to be righteous in your sight. I trust you in this moment for all the grace and strength I’ll need to live for your glory today.
Lord Jesus, I confess you to be my Prophet, Priest, and King—my righteousness, holiness and my redemption (1 Cor. 1:30)—my sufficiency, Advocate and defender. I boast in you plus nothing, for there’s nothing boast-worthy in me.
I’ll resist the devil’s deceitful and damning ways by looking unto you—availing myself of your mercy and your might—your past triumph and current reign; your perfect sacrifice and perpetual intercession. With the eye of faith, I set my gaze on you, the author and perfecter of our faith (Heb. 12:2). So very Amen I pray with joy and peace, in your powerful and triumphant name.
Rebuke The Devil And He Will Flee Prayer
When we pray, we open ourselves up to God, allowing Him to act in and through us. Our bond with God is bolstered when we pray.
The more we talk to and interact with someone, the more we get to know them. When we pray to God, we go through the same motions. The best method to become closer to Him is to spend more time in discussion with Him.
James 4:8 reads, “Draw near to God and He will draw near to you” (NKJV).
When I have gotten close to God through prayer, I have felt the peace that surpasses all understanding.
Praying helps me focus on what’s truly significant in life. Praying is essential because it helps us see things from God’s perspective. My youth group lost a member unexpectedly. It has been difficult to find efficient means of showing love and providing comfort to our hurting students. Prayer has been the only thing that has kept me going during this ordeal. As I grieve with my church and community, it has helped me connect with God, hear His voice, and feel His presence.
Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, through prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, make your requests known to God; and he will surround you with his peace, which surpasses all understanding, in Christ Jesus. (NKJV).
Praying prepares us to encounter the indescribable calm that comes from God. In good times and bad, prayer helps me focus on what God values most.