Deuteronomy 34 vs 7 :Prayers against blindness

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Moses was a hundred and twenty years old when he died, yet his eyes were not weak nor his strength gone- Deuteronomy 34 vs 7.

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  1. This is one particular scripture my family has been standing on (7)
  2. I just noticed that almost everyone in my household including my eight year old daughter and me is using glasses. Though, the recommended glasses have improved our visual ability, I still uncomfortable that everyone in my household is tied to glasses.
  3. It is possible to receive the anointing of David, not only for your eye sight, but also for your healing.
  4. Moses was neither blind not weak at the age of 120. He did not have sicknesses associated with old age. He died in good health and strength.
  5. As we watch our lifestyle to avoid habits that adversely affect our health, we should also pray for the grace of good health upon Moses.


  1. I break every covenant with death in Jesus name
  2. I refuse to inherit blindness from my parents in Jesus name
  3. I fire back every arrow of blindness in Jesus name.
  4. I cast out every spirit of sickness and infirmity in Jesus name
  5. I receive both the grace and anointing for good health in Jesus name


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One thought on “Deuteronomy 34 vs 7 :Prayers against blindness

    AnitaAlfonso said:
    August 17, 2015 at 9:12 pm

    I pray for peace in my heart and mind and soul.I pray that I may not think about what others may be doing against me and that I may be able to focus on you and your presence in my life and the lives of my children and husband. That I may not think about what I don’t have but what you have blessed me with. Amen.


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