Prayers to St. Michael for strength against evil
Do you need to learn prayers to St. Michael? Did you know that the name Micha-el means “who is like God”? Archangel Michael fought Lucifer not with a sword and spear but with the challenge of his own name.
So, in your own battles against evil, try one of these prayers to St. Michael and remember to say them with intention and the strength of your heart.
Prayers to St. Michael: which one will you choose?
Prayer to St. Michael
St. Michael the Archangel,
Defend us in battle.
Be our defense against the wickedness and snares of the Devil.
May God rebuke him, we humbly pray,
And do thou,
Oh Prince of the heavenly hosts,
By the power of God,
Thrust into hell Satan,
And all the evil spirits,
Who prowl about the world
Seeking the ruin of souls. Amen.
Act of Consecration to St. Michael the Archangel
Oh most Noble Prince of the Angelic Hierarchies
Valorous warrior of Almighty God,
And zealous lover of His glory,
Terror of the rebellious angels,
And love and delight of all the just ones,
My beloved Archangel Saint Michael,
Desiring to be numbered among thy devoted servants,
I, today offer and consecrate myself to thee,
And place myself, my family,
And all I possess under thy most powerful protection.
I entreat thee not to look at how little, I,
Aas thy servant have to offer,
Being only a wretched sinner,
But to gaze, rather,
With favorable eye at the heartfelt affection
With which this offering is made,
And remember that if from this day onward
I am under thy patronage,
Thou must during all my life assist me,
And procure for me the pardon of my many grievous offenses,
And sins, the grace to love with all my heart my God,
My dear Savior Jesus and my Sweet Mother Mary,
And obtain for me all the help necessary to arrive to my crown
Defend me always from my spiritual enemies,
Particularly in the last moments of my life.
Come then oh Glorious Prince and succor me in my last struggle,
And with thy powerful weapon cast far from me
Into the infernal abysses that prevaricator
And proud angel that one day thou prostrated
In the celestial battle.
Saint Michael, defend us in our daily battle
So that we may not perish in the last Judgment.
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