The enemy will not just let go of his deceptive power. In the action of taking power back from him he is likely to attempt to distract you. He could use anything to interrupt, but don't stop speaking.

Ignore him. Don't engage with him. You have authority from your heavenly Father over him in Jesus' name.

Finally, taking your power back requires speaking to him directly and clearly. The following words are there to help. You may need some else to say them and you repeat sentences them:

Satan. By the authority of my heavenly Father

I take from you the power that you have had over me

and I put (name the trouble itself, don't mention demons)

outside the boundary of my mind and my life.

When you try to come back I will resist you.

In the name of Jesus. Amen.

Now the enemy is outside the boundary of your mind and life. His power has been taken from him. He is out!

Then, thank God for the freedom you have received in Jesus' name. Thank and praise the Father for the Holy Spirit's work in freeing you from the power that the enemy had over you.

Although you may not immediately feel the release that as taken place, you will. So, thank Him for His grace in giving you His freedom.

REJOICE in your freedom and give thanks to your heavenly Father who ...

 "... has qualified us to be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in the light. He has delivered us from the power of darkness and conveyed us into the kingdom of the Son of His love, in whom we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins, Colossians 1'12-14.

Hide these words in your heart and rejoice in them. Never rationalise or diminish your experience and never tell anyone who is likely to be derisive or negative about it.

Go through "Your Kingdom Foundation" teachings (on the Menu) to make your foundation sure in Christ. Follow them through closely and prayerfully as acts of righteousness to the Father.

REMEMBER. Satan's illegal power has been cut off in Jesus' name. The Lord has released you. The enemy has no option, he has to let go.

All he can do is carry on with his various ways of tempting, lying and deceiving. He will tempt whenever he can - and he's a liar.

So keep this in mind: "He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world," 1 John 4'4.

Don't get into rationalising about your freedom. Give God the glory for delivering you.

Jesus Himself declares:

"... if the Son makes you free, you shall be free indeed," John 8'36.