An exorcist who performed 70,000 exorcisms recommended these powerful prayers.
Since Eden, the devil has been “prowling around like a roaring lion looking for [someone] to devour” (1 Peter 5:8). His presence is real, but it should not frighten. Satan’s power is limited and can be rebuked by those who call upon God’s intervention.
Father Gabriele Amorth, former chief exorcist of Rome, recommends in his book An Exorcist Tells His Story several prayers to combat any form of evil that may be oppressing an individual. He notes, however, that while these prayers are powerful, they are always to be joined with the sacrament of Confession and the frequent reception of Holy Communion.
It should also be stressed that the individual who prays these prayers should do so with humility, recognizing the fact that God is the one who expels evil from our midst. We do not have any power over Satan; only the Lord of Heaven and Earth possesses such authority.