A curse is a serious or fervent utterance intended to raise supernatural power to cause harm on someone or something.
When someone is under a curse, they cannot feel the peace and love of God’s presence. They are separate from Him in a sense because they are trapped in the bondage (prison) of that curse.
These people are tormented and chained like prisoners.
Imagine someone being chained from head to toe with heavy, fiery chains with grotesque demons (monsters) mocking him or her. That individual desires to be free, but does not know how. Doesn’t that sound like a curse?
Now imagine someone who wants to be free. They appear to have escaped the curse for a time but returns to that habit like a dog returning to its vomit. Doesn’t that sound like a curse?
Some people stab themselves with needles to reach a high they think will offer love. Then some people have sex with others with no commitment whatsoever. Doesn’t that sound like a curse?
Other people abandon their children as if that was ever a choice. While others lie and steal from people who love them and cannot break those habits. Sounds like a curse, right?
How about a husband cheating on his wife or a wife beating her husband? How about children who watch their sick parents from afar, refusing to help them? How about a woman drinking and driving constantly.
How about pastors robbing the church financially? How about mothers not forgiving their children? How about families with a history of suicide, homicide, depression, violence, eating disorder, poverty, molestation, rape, rage, homelessness, and bitterness? Curses, right?
Did you know that disobeying God brings curses in your life (Deuteronomy 11:28)? Nevertheless, here is some good news. The Lord Jesus died to redeem us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us (Galatians 3:13). Hanging on a tree was considered a cursed, based on the Old Testament law, but Jesus loved us so much that He became a curse. Therefore, once we accept His salvation, we become righteous and liberated because of Him, and we no longer have to accept those curses. As you faithfully obey God, you will be transformed daily into the image of Jesus.
Let’s break some curses
I bind up these evil spirits off your life by the Blood of Jesus:
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