As shown in Joshua 6:1-27, a story of the walls of Jericho tumbling down, the wall is a symbol of spiritual battle. Joshua, according to the Bible, fulfilled God's instructions to the letter. He doesn't let defeat get the best of him. God delivered them from an enemy who was attempting to block them from entering the Promised Land. When the people finally raised their voices, the huge walls crumbled in an instant, giving Israel an easy win.
Please join me in praying these prayers.
1. Everything in my life that represents the wall of Jericho falls now, and I receive victory over all foes of my breakthrough in Jesus' name. In Jesus' name, the walls of Jericho in my life shattered.
2. Strange powers crawling around the surface of my walls, be destroyed by the whirlwind of God; in the name of Jesus, I pull down every stubborn stronghold protecting my enemy; in the name of Jesus, Father, give me an outstanding faith that will bring down every wall of Jericho in my life; in the name of Jesus, Father, give me an outstanding faith that will bring down every wall of Jericho in my life; in the name of Jesus, Father, give me an outstanding faith that will bring down every
3. In the name of Jesus, every evil messenger from the occult kingdom is using my walls to carry out wicked operations against me and my family. Your wall, refuse to contain the presence of witchcraft spirit in the name of Jesus Christ.
4. In the name of Jesus, let every power that is opposing God's will fall and die. What are you waiting for, every power that refuses to let me go? In the name of Jesus, I possess everything the Lord has given to me in Christ Jesus this year in Jesus name.
5. In the name of Jesus, I demolish all obstacles to my prayers. In the name of Jesus, may the Almighty God's hammer shatter every evil altar placed within the walls of my glory? In the name of Jesus, Holy Ghost, block the wall of my life against the anger of local witches.
6. May the blood of Jesus seal every evil hole in my wall that connects my virtues to the underworld, in Jesus' name.
In the comments section below, say Amen to your prayers.
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