Victory Made Through Christ

Victory Made Through Christ

“But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” 1 Corinthians 15:57

Spiritual Warfare & Deliverance Training

Deliverance Ministry: Then and Now

Jesus spent a good part of his ministry teaching about and dealing with spiritual warfare and the demonic realm. If you consider his public ministry, he spent the bulk of his time preaching, healing, and delivering people.

Accounts of Jesus ministering deliverance are plentiful:

● Mark 1:23-28 Jesus cast a demon out of a man in a synagogue
● Luke 13 – Jesus casts the spirit of infirmity out of a woman
● Matthew 8:16 – Jesus set many free with a word
● Matthew 8:28-34 – Gadarene demoniacs

We can see that he trained the disciples to do ministry, gave them the authority to heal and cast out demons (Matthew 10:1, Matthew 10:7-8,) and sent them out. After Jesus death, resurrection and ascension, we see the early church ministering deliverance also.

Steps to Freedom 

It is a process, not a “one and done,” and we understand that it is Christ who does the work (and gets the glory) because He has given us (the church) authority and power according to His Holy Spirit at work within us. We rely upon the gifts of the Holy Spirit when we minister and always ask them to be present and to work through us.


The Bible has a lot to say about unforgiveness. Matt 6:14-15 says “that if we do not forgive men their sins that God will not forgive our sins”

The parable of the unmerciful servant in Matthew 18:22-35 provides one of the most compelling evidence for demonic torment arising from unforgiveness. In v. 34, Jesus explains that when we have unforgiveness towards someone, God himself turns us “over to the tormentors” to be tortured. What an indictment! To emphasize his point, he tells us in v. 35 that our Heavenly Father will treat us the same way unless we forgive our brothers from our hearts! Forgiveness is a choice that we make and is not based on our emotions.

Healing and Deliverance

The Spirit of the Lord is upon me; He has anointed me to preach good news to the poor; He has sent me to heal the broken hearted and to announce that captives shall be released and the blind shall see, that the down-trodden shall be freed from the oppressors, and that God is ready to give blessings to all who come to him.”  Luke 4:18-19

Our prayer ministry is Holy Spirit lead and  training is based on biblical teaching which includes forgiving, confession of sin, repenting, receiving forgiveness, cutting bondages, binding and casting out unclean spirits, shattering images,  and receiving healing of wounds through healing prayers. 

This ministry is designed for believers and future believers. For those who find themselves in crisis the ministry aims to save, and deliver. Helping people submit their lives and problems to God’s forgiveness and healing.  

Prayer times are conducted by   experienced teamer teams working in unity with Holy Spirit.

Should you be interested in seeking a personal prayer session, please contact us and our team member nearest to you will respond.

Scriptures And prophecies


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Spiritual Warfare Academy

Spiritual Warfare Academy

Our prayer ministry is scriptural, disciplined, Holy Spirit led and apply Jesus' promises to hurting people. Living victoriously begins and ends with Jesus. There is no victory without Jesus, He gives us the power and strength to become overcomers.

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"It is impossible for us to meet the conditions of the day, to 'walk in the light as He is in the light' (1 John 1:7), to subdue kingdoms and work righteousness and bind the power of Satan, unless we are filled with the Holy Spirit."

Smith Wigglesworth ... See MoreSee Less

I have given you authority to trample on snakes and scorpions and to overcome all the power of the enemy; nothing will harm you.

Luke 10:19 ... See MoreSee Less

“Let all bitterness, wrath, anger, clamor, and evil speaking be put away from you, with all malice. And be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ forgave you.” (Ephesians 4:31–32

My child, you need to put away the bitterness and anger that is robbing you of Victory in this situation. It will only compound your problems if you hold a grudge. You need to forgive even as My Father forgives you. Sin is sin — and you have been the injured party — but to hold onto anger will hurt you spiritually, mentally, and even physically. You cannot avenge yourself. Leave that to Me. If you put off anger and malice by forgiving, I can better work out the Victory that will bless you in this crisis. I am the same — yesterday, today, and forever. I can heal these yesterdays as you release them NOW to Me. You have taken them back again — forgive so that your Heavenly Father’s Love can protect you today.Anne S. White ... See MoreSee Less

God’s Amazing Revelations

Paul bold declares: “No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love Him – but God has revealed it to us by His Spirit.” I Cor. 2:9-10 What Paul declares were Isaiah’s words: “Since ancient times no one has heard, no ear has perceived, no eye has seen any God beside You, who acts on behalf of those who wait for Him. You come to the help of those who gladly do right, who remember Your ways.” Isaiah 64:4-5Isn’t that utterly awesome!!! God has revealed to us what He has prepared for us! Isaiah tells us “God acts on our behalf because we wait for Him”! All to often we see these words; we hear these words and fail to embrace the truth of them. We are inclined to look at our own experiences and in light of them, “water down” the immenseness of them, as well as the truth of them. We have a natural tendency to measure what God has conceived for us on the basis of our relationship with Him, rather than on His relationship with us, and the truth of His Word and His promises. God acts on our behalf as we wait on Him Isaiah said. It would have been so much easier if He had said, “God acts on our behalf when we are about doing our stuff”. “Waiting” has to do with moving deeper in our relationship with “Father”, not in messing around trying to figure out what we are suppose to do, or doing our thing until God gets around to doing His thing. Our challenge is to yield ourselves to Him in order that He can do His thing through us. It is not doing our thing and then asking Him to bless it. Only the Holy Spirit has the power to reveal to us what God has in store for us. When we allow Him to work His work in us, we discover “no eye has seen, no ear has heard, no mind has conceived what God” is able to do for us and through us.As we day by day use the pattern of identification, forgiving, confessing, repenting, receiving forgiveness, cutting bondages, binding and casting out unclean spirits, smash images and receive healing we draw nearer to the heart of God and He comes to help us accomplish His mission and ministry through us. Freedom!!! In times like these, we have a “truth to declare; a love to share and an abundant life to live”. What could be better than that?!Anne White ... See MoreSee Less

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Learn prayer ministry skills that are scriptural, disciplined, Holy Spirit led and apply Jesus’ promises to hurting people. Person-to-person training is provided so that you can see others set free.