Through the laws of Kabbalah, each of the 150 psalms were given what the ancients called a "Wonder of God." So, to obtain a grace from the Lord, it was not enough to sing the psalm indicated, it was also necessary to perform a "plus" that allowed to be in adequacy with the Lord ...

The oldest Psalms have 3 000 years! King David, singing and dancing for God, is considered their father. Prayer of the believing Jew, as was the case of Jesus himself, the Psalms express all the human feelings of man before God, they are a prayer of praise and supplication. And since then, there is not a single moment when, somewhere in the world, a Psalm is raised to God. And thus, for centuries and centuries, these incessant praises and miraculous supplications have been realized.

"O LORD, I call on you, come hurry to me! Give ear to my voice, when I call on you. May my prayer be before your face like incense "(Ps 141: 1-2). Since those early times, men have sought to enter into communication with God. The Psalms are therefore part of these means.

In time, codifications and methods of recitation were instituted. For example at present, the Universal Catholic Church uses in the liturgy 147 psalms on the 150 of the biblical book. Thus, at each office, the psalms are the body of the prayer of the Church, the raw material of the Liturgy of the Hours.

But leave that aside to look at how early Christians used these psalms with wonderful powers. This way, much less conventional than the Liturgy of the Hours, is strongly inspired by the Jewish tradition which itself is much more inclined to rites and rituals. Through the laws of Kabbalah, each of the 150 psalms were given what the elders called a "Wonder of God." Thus, to obtain a grace from the Lord, it was not enough to sing the psalm indicated, it was also necessary to perform a "plus" that allowed to be in adequacy with the Lord.

Psalm 031: Against the dorlis and succubes

Incubus and succubus demons are unclean spirits who force some people, women and men, to have sex while they sleep, as if they were raping them. They subject them to physical oppression, prevent or disturb their marriage, push them into debauchery or prostitution. Recite this Psalm if you experience physical contact while sleeping, your sheets are soiled, or if you wake up with scratches ...

How to use this psalm?

- 31:1
To the choirmaster. Psalm of David.

- 31:2
Eternal! I seek in you my refuge:
May I never be confounded! Deliver me in your justice!

- 31:3
Incline to me your ear, hurry to rescue me!
Be for me a protective rock, a fortress,
Where I find my salvation!

- 31:4
Because you are my rock, my fortress;
And because of your name you will lead me, you will lead me.

- 31:5
You will bring me out of the net they gave me;
Because you are my protector.

- 31:6
I put my spirit in your hands;
You will deliver me, O LORD God of truth!

- 31:7
I hate those who cling to empty idols,
And I trust in the Lord.

- 31:8
I will be by your grace in gladness and in joy;
Because you see my misery, you know the anxieties of my soul,

- 31:9
And you will not deliver me into the hands of the enemy,
You will put my feet off.

- 31:10
Have mercy on me, O LORD! for I am in distress;
My face, soul and body are worn out by grief.

- 31:11
My life is consumed in pain,
And my years in sighs;
My strength is exhausted because of my iniquity,
And my bones are withering.

- 31:12
All my adversaries have given me reproach,
Great opprobrium for my neighbors, and terror for my friends;
Those who see me outside run away from me.

- 31:13
I am forgotten of hearts as a dead person,
I am like a broken vase.

- 31:14
I learn bad words from many,
The terror that reigns all around,
When they consult together against me:
They are plotting to take my life.

- 31:15
But in you I trust, O LORD!
I say: You are my God!

- 31:16
My destinies are in your hand;
Deliver me from my enemies and my persecutors!

- 31:17
Make your face shine on your servant,
Save me by your grace!

- 31:18
Lord, may I not be confused when I call on you.
That the wicked are confused,
May they descend in silence to hell!

- 31:19
Let them become dumb, lying lips,
Who speak boldly against the righteous,
With arrogance and disdain!

- 31:20
Oh! how great is your goodness,
What you hold in reserve for those who fear you,
That you testify to those who seek refuge in you,
At the sight of the sons of man!

- 31:21
You protect them under the shelter of your face against those who persecute them,
You protect them in your tent against the tongues that attack them.

- 31:22
Blessed be the Lord! For he has shown his grace to me,
As if I had been in a strong city.

- 31:23
I said in my haste:
I am driven away from your eyes!
But you have heard the voice of my supplications,
When I screamed at you.

- 31:24
Love the Lord, you who have godliness!
The Lord keeps the faithful,
And he severely punishes the proud.

- 31:25
Be strong and may your heart be strengthened,
All of you who hope in the Lord!