The one about binding is a bit odd, sounding like some spell. It does make some mention of the power of Jesus, though, but as if it’s power stored in us we can use, as if a superpower, and not asked for prior to its usage. I could be wrong, though.
Another mentions a bunch of secret societies’ rarely-heard-of offshoots, which was a curiosity, but unnecessary for a prayer.
Another mentions homosexual acts as sins to disavow one self of, but also homophobia. You might as well mention separating one self from disliking those who commit the other sins–once again, unnecessary and replaceable by a sin that is more encompassing of it and the like , such as pharisaism or self-triumphalism.
Otherwise, it is kind of special in its covering all these spiritual influences, invited by us or passed down through generations, that could be behind bad decision making.
Sounds like the author is trying to educate us as he helps us break free. By creating long lists
of issues he lets us know what’s bad, and these lists also serve to jog our memories in case we
overlook one. Homophobia should be explained better. I’d say “hostile homophobia” which
leads us to condemn without loving, like the church of Ephesus in the book of Revelation.
I agree with you that there’s something wrong with the prayer about binding. Jesus never
prayed like that. He bound Legion, and that’s the most Jesus ever took on at one time.
There’s a real good book out by John Paul Jackson titled “Needless Casualties of War” which
describes the dangers of taking on too much, especially in spiritual warfare. Watch this
half hour interview with him: daystar.com/ondemand/spiritual-warfare-john-paul-jackson-j724/
For further proof in scripture of Satan’s temporary power approved by God read