Why send them to The Throne of Judgement?

The Throne of Judgement has been set up by Jesus outside The Kingdom of God. The Kingdom is holy and undefiled and Satan is defiled and unholy so cannot enter The Kingdom. So this Throne has been set up so Satan can approach Jesus.

After Deliverance

After deliverance Satan will often attack you in the areas you have been delivered from to try and convince you that you have not had deliverance. Because Jesus is now Lord of these areas Satan will find it difficult to cause you to sin in these areas.
Satan will place thoughts in your mind to imply you were not delivered in the hope you will believe him, give up fighting these thoughts or emotions and continue to sin believing you cannot be delivered from it. Just keep giving the nature of the attack to Jesus to be Lord using the five steps and you will also take care of any deliverance needed.
You will find it easier to resist these attacks as they are now sourced externally and not internally.If you sin just remember in 1 John 1;9 we are told:

(KJV) If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

On other words: If we confess our sins, God forgives us and removes from us all the spiritual consequences of the sin. So what do you do with these mental attacks:
Jesus knows we will fail and all He asks is that you wholeheartedly keep trying not to sin. Jesus does not look at your successes or failures but at the heart attitude you had while you tried to do His Will.

Remember, Satan can only get you to sin if you accept what he suggests you do.
To deal with these attacks just use the framework of the five steps giving the type or area of attack to Jesus.
You may only need to name the area of attack and all the demons in that area are removed.
You only name individual sins, things or demons if The Holy Spirit says too.
Any thought, imagination, wrong reasoning or thoughts, arguments, emotion, sensation or feeling that is not right in your spirit give to Jesus as these are placed there by demons who can affect your emotions and feelings and place thoughts in you that are not correct
. God only gives us good things so evil comes from Satan.

Remember that shame, guilt and condemnation comes now only from demons as the reasons fore them were dealt with at Calvary. The Holy Spirit convicts and never condemns, shames you or makes you feel guilty. So if these occur give them to Jesus using the five steps.
Shame makes you feel you are a terrible person. Conviction does not because it guides you to do the correct thing which is one of the roles of The Holy Spirit.. Having bad thoughts is not sin. Acting on them and enjoying these, even if only in your mind, is.

2 Cor 10:5 casting down imaginations, and every high thing that is exalted against the knowledge of God, and bringing every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ;
Phil 4:6 Finally, my friends, keep your minds on whatever is true, pure, right, holy, friendly, and proper. Don't ever stop thinking about what is truly worthwhile and worthy of praise.


Remember you will fail but God understands and knows we are dust and all you have to do is to wholeheartedly repent if necessary, use the framework of the five steps and learn the lesson God desires you to learn and then you need to continue to wholeheartedly try to do Godís Will.
God does not judge you by your results but by the heart attitude in which you do the task. If we were all judged by our results very few would make it to heaven.
Remember! There is no more shame, guilt or condemnation for sin or failure because these were all removed at Calvary. When you fail, learn any lesson and keep on going remembering the principle in Luke 9:62.

Luk 9:62 And Jesus said unto him, No man, having put his hand to the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God.

The past is to learn lessons from and not to live in.
Remember that earth is Godís training and preparation ground for eternal life in heaven so that we need to learn the lessons God gives us.
The race is not to the fastest or the most knowledgeable but to those that endure to the end in spite of all the failings they will make as they do this race.
Remember: The Holy Spirit will convict you of a sin and help you overcome the temptation or trial. He will not cause you to feel shame, guilt or condemnation. And also, you do not sin for having wrong thoughts as Satan will place these in you. You sin by accepting them and doing what is suggested to do by them. The sin occurs when you agree to do the action in your heart and not whether or not you carry it out.†