Prayer for God to get rid of demons permanently

  • Christian Chat is a moderated online Christian community allowing Christians around the world to fellowship with each other in real time chat via webcam, voice, and text, with the Christian Chat app. You can also start or participate in a Bible-based discussion here in the Christian Chat Forums, where members can also share with each other their own videos, pictures, or favorite Christian music.

    If you are a Christian and need encouragement and fellowship, we're here for you! If you are not a Christian but interested in knowing more about Jesus our Lord, you're also welcome! Want to know what the Bible says, and how you can apply it to your life? Join us!

    To make new Christian friends now around the world, click here to join Christian Chat.
Oct 10, 2021
39
27
18
Riverside CA
#21
I agree with you Bingo.
and the book of Job comes to mind.
And other thoughts that come to mind but are too long to explain on here.
I pray you get the help you need GoodRanger. God knows EXACTLY what is going on.
Amen

And as in Job, who are we to question? Even if God explained why, and the ripple effects of why, we wouldnt understand it anyway.
I would also like to say, REPENT for your attitudes and anger towards God, GoodRanger. God knows EXACTLY what is going on.
And I pray in Jesus name, the healing blood of Jesus to cover you. The Holy Spirit will NOT share you with a demon. Demons do not have dominion over the Spirit of God. You are LOOSED in the Name of Jesus. You are bought and paid for with a deposit of the Holy Spirit as a seal. You are the property of the God of Heavens armies.
In Jesus Holy Name.
Amen
 
Nov 9, 2021
18
11
3
#22
I’m so mad at God!

Yesterday I spent the entire day bed-ridden, being asleep for most of the time. I was miserable going through withdrawal. Sure I had detox pills to help ease the pain, but the tiredness was still there. Nevertheless, I prevailed through the entire ordeal without nicotine, nor was any other inappropriate substance consumed.

I go to sleep last night, anticipating that God would remove the demons. I thought finally my freedom was just on the horizon; and all I had to do was make it through the night, and then God would remove the demons so that I would never have to suffer oppression ever again—but God deeply let me down, having rejected me again for something trivial.

God has a history of doing these horrible things: I go through withdrawal and successfully make it though, then instead of God keeping his word and getting rid of the demons, he chooses to move the goalposts. What do I mean by that? Moving the goalposts means he finds some excuse not to keep his word: He’ll say I was guilty of this or that sin, sometimes being very vague and ambiguous about it; and then won’t get rid of the demons despite all that suffering I went through.

In the past I have repeatedly criticized God for doing this. In fact, I’ve criticized him so many times for his poor conduct here that I know he has heard and understood me. But instead he chooses not to listen to me, leaving me hurt and in anguish.

Apparently, God is more concerned with ritual purity than compassion. In other words, he thinks it’s more important that I say sorry for a huge laundry list of sins than show compassion and get rid of the demons who are killing people and making me suffer. And if I do something extremely trivial like forget one little tiny “sin” on that redundant laundry list of every little insignificant way I was imperfect, God will hold a hate grudge against me and refuse to get rid of the demons.

The night before I went through my first day of detox, I prayed and mentioned every little tiny sin I committed or possibly could have committed, knowing that if I missed just one sin on that list God would hold a grudge against me for it and refuse to get rid of the demons.

In the past I’ve criticized God many times for making me tell him every sin I committed. I ask him why not just sorry for all my sins and won’t commit them anymore. I know what constitutes a sin, so why the laundry list thing? It’s extremely annoying, and I hate it.

Back to the prayer from the night before my bed-ridden detox. Among all the sins mentioned to God in my prayer, one of them was theft. I barely have any money, so I take little things from time to time. Mind you, I don’t take large-value items like TVs, computers, or the like. It’s only little things less than five dollars, but usually less than three dollars. Why don’t I have any money? Because I get monthly SSI checks from government welfare because I can’t work, and I can’t work because the demons are constantly terrorizing me and God won’t get rid of them, making impossible for me to hold meaningful employment.

But still, I made sure to apologize to God that I was guilty of the sin of stealing. But something terrible happened…

Despite the fact that I suffered greatly during my withdrawals and was well-prepared to continue through the arduous process, God decided to hold a hate grudge against me for having stolen in the past—even though I already said sorry for it! He wouldn’t remove the demons for a sin I said I was sorry for, and the demons viciously poisoned me and hurt me!

Normally I would ask people to pray for me and ask God to quit holding grudges against me for sins that I already repented for, but will God even listen? What God is doing here clearly constitutes abuse, and I will no longer tolerate it. I’m going to spend the whole day threatening God with self-harm unless he actually decides to treat me like a human being, not like a POS garbage object. Since God is holding a grudge against me for something I repented for, then I will hold a grudge against him for refusing to forgive me for something I already repented for, and I’ll never forgive him until he gives me credit for my day of not sinning and decides to finally treat me like a human being!
 
Nov 9, 2021
18
11
3
#23
I’m feeling extremely livid at God. In fact, I’ve been feeling furious all day because he reneged on his promise: He wouldn’t get rid of the demons because he found fault in me for a sin that I already repented for and said I wouldn’t no longer do!

Does God lack empathy? He made me so extremely mad because I went through an entire day of not sinning, only to wake up the next morning with demons injecting me with poison. God told me it was because of a sin I committed many days ago that I had repented of already!

Why is God treating me like this? I just want to know why!

All day since I’ve woken up this morning, I have been praying to God and asking for answer. WHY WHY WHY did he break his promise? WHY WHY WHY did he find fault in me for something I already repented for? WHY WHY WHY did he let the demons inject me with poison when I had tried so hard to do what he wanted so he would get rid of them.

And yet no answer comes. Just silence. Cold, deafening silence. God won’t answer me.
 
Nov 9, 2021
18
11
3
#24
I spent all Sunday bed-ridden, going through withdrawals. The pain was eased with my detox medicine, but I had to go through it; if not, God wouldn’t remove the demons.

Yesterday I didn’t sin: I didn’t dip tobacco, drink alcohol, steal, or commit any wrongdoing. Yet a massive problem happened…

I woke up today at 6:30, and God still hasn’t removed the demons! Even worse is the fact that he won’t tell me why!

Last time I spent a day bed-ridden and not sinning, God at least made an excuse for why he reneged on his promise, albeit a poor one. This time, however, he made no attempt to even explain why he has left me suffer with demons despite doing all the right things.

What is wrong with God? Why didn’t he tell me why he didn’t remove the demons despite the fact that I did what he wanted? I remember telling God Saturday night that I would be wasting my detox medicine if he would refuse to remove the demons again on Sunday night; that I wouldn’t even bother trying to do the right things if he was going to break his promise to me again. Sure enough, God disappointed me yet again. And he doesn’t have the heart to tell me why.

My prayers are ineffective and worthless. God doesn’t care what I have to say, so could everyone please pray and tell God to tell me why he broke his promise and wouldn’t get rid of the demons when I did all the right things?

By the way, I’m doing something different today. Today I took a pill called Armodafinil. It’s a wakefulness pill that keeps you awake like Vivarin, except it is significantly more potent. And I’m going to drink three or four cups of coffee. I’m going to be super focused, awake, and alert from this pill and coffees; and what I’ll do all day is spend every hour—indeed every minute—of my day praying to God and trying to solicit and answer from him.

From morning until afternoon, I’ll be praying to him and asking him why he didn’t get rid of the demons when I did what he required. If he keeps being a jerk and ignoring me, I’ll post back here with a report and ask others to pray for me and ask God to quit ignoring my prayers and tell me why he is being so stubborn and refusing to get rid of the demons after I did my part.
 

levi85

Senior Member
Jul 2, 2013
8,376
2,018
113
#25
Lord we lay this prayer request before you, we agree and pray to you, Lord please set GoodRanger, free from all these demons. Yes Lord let the demons leave and your presence be upon GoodRanger. Please bless this prayer request and you be glorified in GoodRanger's life. In Jesus mighty name, Amen!
 
Nov 9, 2021
18
11
3
#26
Last night was a terrible night.

It began with me praying to God. I asked him countless times why he wouldn’t get rid of the demons when I did what he required: For several days I didn’t sin, having made an arduous effort to do so. The ensuing night comes, but God breaks his promise and doesn’t do anything about the demons, leaving me to suffer. It happened multiple times recently. And God hasn’t answered. Just silence.

Why is God being such a jerk? Why won’t he just answer my question?

When I was asleep last night, the demons were causing my dreams and present in them. I attacked one of them because I hate it and want it to go away. It said it would kill my entire family on a parallel dimension, and probably acted on its violence. Now four people are dead, a profound tragedy being caused by a true act of evil from a malevolent spirit, and none of it would have happened had God kept his word and gotten rid of the demons when I did exactly what he required. But he ignored me and won’t tell me why!

I want everyone to pray for me and tell God to quit ignoring me. I want him to answer my prayers and tell me why he won’t get rid of the demons when I do everything he requires, leaving me to suffer and others to die.

Does it even do any good to ask for prayers? God must hate me because he won’t even speak to me.
 
Nov 9, 2021
18
11
3
#27
I finally got a response from God. It’s no wonder he took so long to tell me why he wouldn’t get rid of the demons: He knew the answer would make me hate him.

God told me I would have to endure a ten-day test period of profound suffering with demons, all the while having to go through nicotine withdrawals and walk on eggshells not sinning. Then he said he would get rid of them.

God’s answer was devoid of any feeling or compassion. He wants to test me like this with a long suffering period where I have to live up to his rigid standards, and it hurts me deeply. He didn’t apologize, nor did he show any sympathy for the horrible way he has made me feel.

I am so mad at God for his lack of sympathy and bizarre need to make me go through a prolonged suffering test that his conduct has made me no longer want to be a religious Christian.

Of course I’m still a Christian. I know Jesus is savior, and he is the redeemer of sins. Despite being a believer, I feel so alienated from God because of his obscene requirement and utter lack of sympathy and compassion. Thus, I don’t really want to pray to God, and I don’t want to ever go to church again. Why on earth would I want to go to church and hear stuff like “God loves you” when God has treated me this badly, showing no remorse? I’ll go to church if God forces me to, but it will be just as awful as waiting in a long post office line.

I can’t get God to change his mind and be compassionate and show some sympathy and drop his atrocious test of suffering that he wants me to go through for no obvious reason. He is too stubborn to listen. God knows he has alienated me to the point of no return, but I bet he blames me for it instead of his own awful conduct!

I want everyone to please pray and ask God to drop his bizarre requirement where he forces me to go through ten days of walking on eggshells and nicotine withdrawals. I do not want to do all the right things and have God turn his back on me for ten days; that makes me livid. In fact, it makes me so mad and alienated from God that I wouldn’t even want him anymore but would still be a Christian because I know it’s true.
 
Jun 12, 2021
185
38
28
#28
I finally got a response from God. It’s no wonder he took so long to tell me why he wouldn’t get rid of the demons: He knew the answer would make me hate him.

God told me I would have to endure a ten-day test period of profound suffering with demons, all the while having to go through nicotine withdrawals and walk on eggshells not sinning. Then he said he would get rid of them.

God’s answer was devoid of any feeling or compassion. He wants to test me like this with a long suffering period where I have to live up to his rigid standards, and it hurts me deeply. He didn’t apologize, nor did he show any sympathy for the horrible way he has made me feel.

I am so mad at God for his lack of sympathy and bizarre need to make me go through a prolonged suffering test that his conduct has made me no longer want to be a religious Christian.

Of course I’m still a Christian. I know Jesus is savior, and he is the redeemer of sins. Despite being a believer, I feel so alienated from God because of his obscene requirement and utter lack of sympathy and compassion. Thus, I don’t really want to pray to God, and I don’t want to ever go to church again. Why on earth would I want to go to church and hear stuff like “God loves you” when God has treated me this badly, showing no remorse? I’ll go to church if God forces me to, but it will be just as awful as waiting in a long post office line.

I can’t get God to change his mind and be compassionate and show some sympathy and drop his atrocious test of suffering that he wants me to go through for no obvious reason. He is too stubborn to listen. God knows he has alienated me to the point of no return, but I bet he blames me for it instead of his own awful conduct!

I want everyone to please pray and ask God to drop his bizarre requirement where he forces me to go through ten days of walking on eggshells and nicotine withdrawals. I do not want to do all the right things and have God turn his back on me for ten days; that makes me livid. In fact, it makes me so mad and alienated from God that I wouldn’t even want him anymore but would still be a Christian because I know it’s true.
Freedom from sin=True gospel=After God gave me the Holy Spirit, I found proof that TV, movies, novels, music, video games and computer games are all sins, except Christian stuff that don’t have sins like sermons and Christian music words that gives messages. I found out that in them there is lying, stealing, adultery (Matthew 5:28 looking at someone with lust is adultery), fornication which is sex before marriage, revenge, murder, jealousy, pride=self-pity, hypocrisy, using God’s name in vain as a curse word, they are all idols (breaks 2nd Commandment) because most people can’t live without them and they love them more than God and more. Just read the 10 commandments for a list.

Are you God's elect or nonelect? Find out by going to the link.

https://christianchat.com/testimoni...s-except-christian-stuff.199651/#post-4583333
 

Mii

Well-known member
Mar 23, 2019
1,726
1,146
113
#29
I finally got a response from God. It’s no wonder he took so long to tell me why he wouldn’t get rid of the demons: He knew the answer would make me hate him.

God told me I would have to endure a ten-day test period of profound suffering with demons, all the while having to go through nicotine withdrawals and walk on eggshells not sinning. Then he said he would get rid of them.

God’s answer was devoid of any feeling or compassion. He wants to test me like this with a long suffering period where I have to live up to his rigid standards, and it hurts me deeply. He didn’t apologize, nor did he show any sympathy for the horrible way he has made me feel.

I am so mad at God for his lack of sympathy and bizarre need to make me go through a prolonged suffering test that his conduct has made me no longer want to be a religious Christian.

Of course I’m still a Christian. I know Jesus is savior, and he is the redeemer of sins. Despite being a believer, I feel so alienated from God because of his obscene requirement and utter lack of sympathy and compassion. Thus, I don’t really want to pray to God, and I don’t want to ever go to church again. Why on earth would I want to go to church and hear stuff like “God loves you” when God has treated me this badly, showing no remorse? I’ll go to church if God forces me to, but it will be just as awful as waiting in a long post office line.

I can’t get God to change his mind and be compassionate and show some sympathy and drop his atrocious test of suffering that he wants me to go through for no obvious reason. He is too stubborn to listen. God knows he has alienated me to the point of no return, but I bet he blames me for it instead of his own awful conduct!

I want everyone to please pray and ask God to drop his bizarre requirement where he forces me to go through ten days of walking on eggshells and nicotine withdrawals. I do not want to do all the right things and have God turn his back on me for ten days; that makes me livid. In fact, it makes me so mad and alienated from God that I wouldn’t even want him anymore but would still be a Christian because I know it’s true.
Have you tried binding whatever spirit is "pretending to be god" to you to leave in Jesus name?

Sometimes God allows us to be beaten up on because we allow it. Knock them down.


I'll grant that nicotine is pretty fleshly and can easily become sin in a person's life and that sin that isn't dealt with can open us up to demonic oppression but consider that this presence that is telling you that you have to jump through hoops in order to be delivered isn't the Lord.

If you decide it isn't, is there anything left? After you are past this and spend some time in the Word, are you empty with no faith or walk left?

This just sounds like oppression mate. God may allow that in our lives for many reasons, but it's like you are holding a sharp sword in your hand and an unarmed man is coming at you and beating you up...fight it.


Suppose it was God, don't you think he knows that excruciating position you are in? Don't you think he understands when it is difficult to see and knows your limits? 1 Corinthians 10:13. God will not tempt you beyond what you can bear. If something is doing that or taking advantage of you by setting the bar higher than you are willing to or perhaps even can jump (your will has a lot to do with what you are even able to do)... that's unbiblical and is outside the Word so probably isn't him.

That can be embarrassing to be honest with you to be thrown around like a rag doll thinking it's God but just consider it...

OR it could be him proving a point and you've been trying to do things in your own power and strength to not sin and you aren't taking on HIS righteousness but rather your own and you are paying the penalty by having the full weight of the law pressed down on you and are oppressed in that manner.

It's not like God is asleep at the wheel but this could be a very long process. Read scripture as you are able...be mindful that the flesh produces many thoughts/feelings that are in opposition to the spirit and it can confuse a person substantially (it has me before, it's quite unpleasant and sometimes agonizing)

Praying you get some peace on this issue and at least a breather. Amen.