Prayer and Litany

Litany of Deliverance

 

 “Our battle is not against human forces but against
the principalities and powers, the rulers of this world of darkness,
the evil spirits in regions above.” 
Ephesians 6:12

 

The following prayer “Litany of Deliverance” has become a part of my daily prayer.  

We need God’s protection and deliverance and the “Invocation to the Cross and Litany of deliverance” has become a part of my daily prayer.  This prayer brings me much comfort.  If the Lord answers my prayer, we will have the hedge of protection that is needed to guard us from the enemy. When I pray I always include my family.

Litany of Deliverance 

Deliver me, O Lord, from all dangers of Hell and all pains and tribulations... Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family) as Thou didst deliver Enoch and Elias from the common death of the World... Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family)  as Thou didst deliver Noah from the flood...  Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family) as Thou didst deliver Abraham from the midst of the Chaldeans...  Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family) as Thou didst deliver Job from his sufferings... Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family) as Thou didst deliver Issac from being sacrificed by his father...  Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family) as Thou didst deliver Lot from Sodom and the flames of fire...  Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family) as Thou didst deliver Moses from the law of Pharaoh, King of Egypt... Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family) as Thou didst deliver Daniel from the lion’s den...  Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family) as Thou didst deliver Susanna from her false accusers...  Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family) as Thou didst deliver David from the hands of Saul and Goliath...  Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family) as Thou didst deliver three children from the fiery furnace and from the hands of an unmerciful King...  Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family) as Thou didst deliver Peter and Paul out of prison...  Amen.

Deliver me, O Lord, (and my family) as Thou didst deliver the Blessed Virgin and Martyr St. Thelca from most cruel torment, so vouchsafe to deliver me...  Amen.

Author Unknown 

 (St. Thelca, Virgin & Martyr was put in chains in a dungeon, she was delivered from fire, snakes, from lions and many other dangers.  She actually died a natural death.   She is called a martyr because she would have been martyred several times had not God delivered her out of each situation to use her, showing His power and mercy.) 

 

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