Victorious Pentecostal Assembly | London Biggest Church| Fastest Growing Church

WHAT DO WE MEAN BY DELIVERANCE?

WHAT DO WE ACTUALLY MEAN BY DELIVERANCE?

Psalm 34:17 says; The righteous cry out, and the Lord hears,
And delivers them out of all their troubles.

God has guaranteed to intervene in whatever challenge we face in order to bring deliverance whenever we call on Him in prayers in holiness and righteousness.

Our deliverance programme is all about prayers which involve fasting. The deliverance prayer itself is a confessional prayer for total deliverance done in a corporate manner on daily basis Monday to Friday between 7pm and 10pm.

This confessional prayer for total deliverance is not an ordinary prayer. It was put together by the Man of God himself through the wisdom of the Holy Spirit. It is a very effective and fervent prayer targeted at breaking of curses, spiritual chains, covenants, bondages, etc and whatever could be a source of hindrance in the lives of the people of God.

Deliverance in VPA is done under the coverage of the anointing upon the Man of God – Pastor Alex. Please note that the anointing makes the difference. It is one thing to do deliverance and another thing to get delivered.

This is why in VPA deliverance starts officially after the Monday 1 to 1 counselling with Pastor Alex.

Also in order to be under this coverage those on deliverance are required to be physically present everyday Monday to Friday from 7pm to 10pm during each week of their deliverance. 

In addition to the Pastoral 1 to 1 counselling and confessional prayers for total deliverance, other aspects that make deliverance in VPA unique include:

-       Deliverance messages and exhortations from the Man of God
-       Impartation (laying of hands) done at least once every week as the Man of God is led.

Deliverance in VPA is very effective and quick also due to the awesome presence and move of God in all our services including regular services and special events.

So while attending the deliverance services, it is highly recommended where possible to also attend:

-       Enough is Enough done on only Tuesdays from 6am to 7am
-       Sunday services
-       Night vigils done every 1st and last Fridays of every month.