“And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues; they shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover” (Mark 16:17-18).


When will you be hosting another mass deliverance?

I’m not sure yet. Be sure to fill out the form above (double check your email address), and someone will notify you via email once we’ve solidified a schedule.

Do you still conduct one-on-one deliverance sessions?

Not right now. Currently, I am only hosting mass deliverance sessions. Please note that I do frequent ambushes on my YouTube channel, so be sure to follow me there.

What if I prefer one-on-one deliverance or need immediate deliverance?

I can recommend a couple of options to you.

  • If you’re in the Atlanta, Georgia area, come to Embassy Church (4665 Macland Road, Powder Springs). 
  • Book Apostle Ivory Hopkins at www.pilgrimsministry.org. Apostle Hopkins hosts one-on-one deliverance sessions.
Why am I so afraid of deliverance?

You don’t fear deliverance; demons fear deliverance. You simply have reservations because the ministry of deliverance may be unfamiliar to you.

Someone tried to take me through deliverance before, and it failed. What should I do next?

The Bible tells us that some spirits come out only through fasting and prayer, so I would recommend that you schedule a session with someone, but be sure to fast first (I recommend a 3-7 day fast). Try scheduling with someone other than the person you intially went to (if necessary).

I don't have a church home! Do I still qualify for deliverance?

Having a church home is not a prerequisite for deliverance, salvation is. I do, however, recommend that you join a good, Bible-based church; this will help you to sustain your deliverance because when two or three people are gathered in God’s name, He is in the midst.

What can I expect to experience during deliverance?

A large number of people cough during deliverance because demons are spirits. The Greek word for “spirit” is “pneuma,” and it means “wind” or “air.” Satan is the prince of the power of the air. A spirit, simply put, is a spoken word. We are spirits; God spoke us into existence. Demons are fallen angels, meaning they too are spirits, but they are unclean spirits because they rebelled against God and His ordinances. Now, they are opposing winds or opposition. 

It is not uncommon to experience vomiting during deliverance. This is largely because your body is violently (in some cases) trying to expel air. This is why it is better to fast before deliverance. Try not to eat up to 4 hours before any deliverance session. Eating probably won’t stop the deliverance (keep in mind that some spirits only come out through fasting and prayer), but it will may make it a lot messier than it has to be.

Why do people cry during deliverance? Amos 3:3 says, “Can two walk together except they be agreed?” Simply put, whenever you come into agreement with an unclean spirit, that spirit will begin weaving itself into your personality and your emotions. When it’s called out, it pleads for mercy using your countenance (if someone is standing before you) or your emotions. Then again, some people are just overwhelmed.

This happens when demons escape through the nasal passages. Demons often manifest through the mouth, but can and will use other openings in your body as well.

Again, this happens when your body is expelling air.

Demons often go out the way they came in. For example, a large number of demons enter through the mouth. Keep in mind what Jesus said in Mark 7:20, “And he said, That which cometh out of the man, that defileth the man.” This is in reference to our mouths or, better yet, what we say. Nevertheless, demons also come in through what we do. And lastly, they’ll sometimes find the nearest passage to escape.

Burping is also common during the deliverance process. This is simply your body trying to expel whatever it is that is coming up (of course, we know what “it” is).

No need to explain this one since it falls in line with burping and coughing. Some people hiccup while going through deliverance because, once again, their bodies are trying to expel what it feels coming up.

Sometimes, people experience their eyes running (without them crying) and/or a runny nose. Deliverance often engages the respiratory system which is why these events take place.

Fainting can and does happen during the deliverance process for some people and, in many cases, it is simply the demon coming out (the eviction can be somewhat violent). All the same, demons are known to fake a faint in an attempt to fool the minister in their desperate attempts to remain in their hosts.

While this isn’t all that common, demons sometimes convulse people midways through the deliverance process. This is usually the result of the human will wrestling with the demon will; it’s a separation of sorts that takes place when the demon has gained a great amount of ground in the mind of the believer. In other words, the demon’s will is stronger than the believer’s will.

Keep in mind that some people don’t experience much of anything during deliverance. They may feel heat all over their bodies, get goosebumps or tremble, but other than that, they don’t experience anything else. Then again, some people don’t experience anything. This is to say that not all people manifest the same.

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