Breaking the chains of Poverty

Spirit of poverty, I command you, pack and go from my life, home, business and bring forth my blessings, prosperity, success, wealth etc in the name of Jesus. I dethrone every king, prince or ruler of poverty in my life in the name of Jesus.

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My God, undo every satanic intervention in my success, prosperity, breakthrough, blessings in the name of Jesus. I dismantle every demonic opposition to my prosperity in the name of Jesus.

Every witchcraft promoting poverty in my life be disgraced and die in the name of Jesus. By the Blood of the Lamb, I release myself from every bondage of poverty, in the name of Jesus.

I challenge the foundation of my life with the Blood of Jesus. Every spirit of poverty in my lineage, be broken now in the name of Jesus. Every witchcraft that does not want me to have aboudant wealth die now in the name of Jesus.

In the name of Jesus, I withdraw whatever rights or powers that poverty had to operate in my life. Spirit of poverty go away from my life: O Lord let prosperity, success be mine in the name of Jesus.



thank you for intervening in my life and allowing me to have a personal relationship with you. Thank you for your love for me today and forever. Thank you for the blessings you’ve given me and my family. Help us use those blessings to bless others. May I live a life of true joy as I see you at work around me today! In Jesus’ name. Amen.


1) Take delight in the Lord, and he shall give you your heart’s desire. (Psalm 37:4)

Still think of God as that gloomy bearded figure in the sky? Think again. As this psalm reminds me, we are to “take delight” in the Lord. They’re good for the heart. As is our delight in God.

2) Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me. (Psalm 51:11)

Some days I feel weary and down. Filled up with worries for the future. A verse like this reminds me of where to put my hope and trust. How to renew my spirit.

3) For God alone my soul in silence waits; truly, my hope is in him. (Psalm 62:6)

4) Remember, Lord, how short life is, how frail you have made all flesh. (Psalm 89:47)

5) For the Lord is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his faithfulness endures from age to age. (Psalm 100:4)

6) I lift up my eyes to the hills; from where is my help to come? My help comes from the Lord… (Psalm 12:1-2)

Look up. Look to nature. Look to the view outside your window. Go for a walk. See the glorious sky, the clouds coming and going. Observe the power of a tree rising up, reaching for the heavens. We each have these views we can see. Take them and use them as opportunities to praise the Lord.

Wishing you a glorious Saturday.

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