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 071: To exorcise the body and the soul

This Psalm removes spirits that possess the soul and give orders. These voices are captured by the possessed who fail to escape the commandments of these evil spirits. This Psalm, if recited at the time of the Angel Ariel is even more powerful.

How to use this psalm?

Eternal! I seek in you my refuge:
May I never be confounded!
In your righteousness, save me and deliver me!
Incline your ear to me, and help me!
Be for me a rock that serves as my refuge,
Where I can always withdraw!
You have resolved to save me,
Because you are my rock and my fortress.
My God, deliver me from the hand of the wicked,
From the hand of a wicked and violent man!
For you are my hope, O Lord Eternal!
In you I trust in my youth.
From my mother's womb I lean on you;
It is you who brought me out of the mother's womb;
you are constantly the object of my praise.
I am for many like a prodigy,
And you, you are my strong refuge.
May my mouth be filled with your praise,
May she glorify you every day!
Do not reject me at the time of old age;
When my strength is gone, do not abandon me!
For my enemies speak of me,
And those who wait for my life consult with each other,
Saying: God forsakes him;
Go on, grab it; there is no one to deliver it.
O God, do not stray from me!
My God, come in haste to help me!
May they be confused, devastated, those who want my life!
May they be covered with shame and opprobrium, those who seek my downfall!
And I will always hope
I will praise you more and more.
My mouth will proclaim your righteousness, your salvation, every day,
Because I don't know what the limits are.
I will speak your mighty works, O Lord Eternal!
I will call back your justice, yours alone.
O God! you taught me from my youth,
And so far I am announcing your wonders.
Do not forsake me, O God! even in white old age,
So that I announce your strength to the present generation,
Your power to the future generation!
Your justice, O God! reached up to heaven;
You have accomplished great things:
O God! who is like you?
You have made us suffer many distress and misfortunes;
But you will give us life,
You will bring us up from the abysses of the earth.
Raise my size,
Console me again!
And I will praise you to the sound of the lute, I will sing your faithfulness, my God,
I will praise you with the harp, Holy One of Israel!
In celebrating you, I will have joy on my lips,
The joy in my soul that you have delivered;
My language every day will publish your justice,
For those who seek my loss are ashamed and confused.