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O Lord have mercy on me and reverse every satanic decision over my life, in the name of Jesus. Let the blood of Jesus mix with Holy Ghost fire and enter into my foundation, in the name of Jesus. You heavens of my prayer, I command you to open by fire, in the name of Jesus. I command the secret of the devil to be revealed, even as I am praying now, in the name of Jesus.
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Every generational serpent that has taken dominion over my life, be electrocuted and die, in the name of Jesus. Every generational covenant with the evil power called serpent, that is harassing my life, break and die in Jesus name.
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Every evil collaboration between my forefathers and the serpent, that is making it to appear in my dreams or physically, break and die, in the name of Jesus. Every shrine for serpents in my village and family, Holy Ghost fire scatter it, in the name of Jesus. I scatter by fire any where snakes are harboured and worshiped in my family, in the name of Jesus. Every strongman using serpentine power in my office, environment or family to harm me, go back and die, in the name of Jesus. You cobra in my foundation that is swallowing the egg of my babies, die by fire, in the name of Jesus.
Every strongman giving cobra food in my place of birth because of me die, with your cobra, in the name of Jesus. Every worshiper of vipers in my environment and in my place of birth that is doing wickedness against me, die by fire, in the name of Jesus. By the heat and fire of the Holy Ghost, let every cobra and viper in my foundation run out and die in Jesus name. Anyone that has swallowed rattle snake in order to kill me because of my property and unborn children, die by fire, in the name of Jesus. Angels of war pursue with your swords and kill every anaconda snake, that is pursuing me day and night in Jesus name.
Whosoever has used money to import different snakes to be attacking, tormenting and harassing me sexually, die by fire, in the name of Jesus. Any native doctor that transforms into an anaconda snake, that has been employed to kill me instead of me to be fruitful, die by fire, in the name of Jesus. Tiger snake assigned to kill me because of the position am occupying, I break your head with the sword of God, in the name of Jesus.
Altar of tiger snakes in the house of whosoever is attacking me, catch fire and burn down , in the name of Jesus.
Any man that has snake poison on his tongue and is cursing me day and night, I command your tongue to dry up, in the name of Jesus. Agenda of whoever that is worshiping copper head snake in my environment, I command the snake to turn back and kill you, in the name of Jesus. Every snake burnt in the fire and is used to prepare concoction or used to injure my life and has now turned into life snake inside me, by Holy Ghost fire, run out and die, in the name of Jesus. Copper head snake that comes to make love to me in form of human being in my dreams, be electrocuted by fire.
By force I pull out every cobra and viper around my waist, in the name of Jesus. If I have swallowed an adder snake through food physically or spiritually, finger of Jesus enter my throat and pull it out by fire, in the name of Jesus. Snakes living in my body, as I am pressing my tummy now I labour you out by fire, in the name of Jesus.
Water of snake that I drank while in the world that has now become the source of sickness in my body, as I am praying now I command you to dry up, in the name of Jesus. You serpentine spirit assigned unto me, that bites whosoever that offends me, you are not my defender, be electrocuted and die, in the name of Jesus. I release my children and glory from the grip of serpents, in the name of Jesus. As I am jumping up, let the eggs, seeds and properties of snakes in my body, jump out by fire in Jesus name. Let the warring angels of God arise with their warring instruments and cut to pieces the python harassing my life and child bearing, in the name of Jesus.
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