Breaking Stubborn Curses
SCRIPTURES: Mark 11:21-24, Proverbs 26:2.
CONFESSIONS: Galatians 3:13-14, Colossians 2:14-15.
Curses are issued against a person, place, or thing. Many individuals are laboring under curses. Anything can be cursed including names, individuals, families, cities, nations, and even continents. Curses mostly target three major areas. These are the head, which represents your destiny; the hands which represent your handiwork; and the legs which represent your establishment.
Most curses result as a result of broken covenants between people. If the terms of the agreement are not kept then sanctions kick in. These sanction often manifest as curses. The Bible clearly teaches that there is always a reason why a curses kicks into place. Proverbs 26:2. There are spirits and demons attached to curses to enforce them. What then is a curse?
A curse is:
1. A weapons of darkness. Isaiah 54:17.
2. An evil utterance or pronouncement.
3. An invisible spiritual barrier.
4. The opposite of a blessing.
5. An invisible hand directing the affairs of a person’s life.
6. Laboring under a closed heaven.
7. They invisible ropes binding a person’s destiny.
8. Supervised by strongmen and demons.
9. An instrument of limitation.
SOURCES OF CURSES
Curses originate from various sources. The three major sources are:
1. Curses from God
An example is the one that God put of Cain for killing his brother Abel. Genesis 3:14.
2. Curses from Satan
These are curses that originate from Satan and his agents such as idol, witchcraft, familiar spirit, and marine powers.
3. Curses from man
A good example is the one that Jacob put on his son Reuben for sleeping with his wife. Genesis 49:3-4. Another is the curse that David put on Joab for killing Abner. 2 Samuel 3:29.
TYPES OF CURSES
There are different types of curses which are often determined by their source or origin. They include the following that are listed below:
1. Ancestral curses which come through the bloodline.
2. Generational curses. These go from one generation to another in a family. Examples are heart disease, blood disease, and insanity.
3. Personal curses which are self-imposed or inflicted curses. Examples are swearing to one’s own hurt or stealing from others.
4. Inherited curses
5. Tribal curses. These are curses originating from your tribe or your home town.
6. International curses. These are curses that cut across continents.
7. Spouse curses. This is a situation where your spouse laid curses upon your life and destiny. It is a curse that affect marriage and finances
8. Children curses. This is when the children is not happy with the way their father or mother is treating or taking care of them. This children raised this curses upon them when their parents pay less attention and care for them.
SYMPTOMS OF CURSES
1. All round stagnancy. Nothing works in business, career, ministry, marriage and other areas.
2. Broken marriages and relationships.
3. Diseases and infirmities.
4. Mistakes and errors. Take wrong steps leading to unpardonable mistakes.
5. Wrong positioning.
6. Wrong location.
They ensure that you are at the wrong place and that you arrive at your place of blessing late so the blessing fly over your head.
7. Attracts hatred, rejection, and disappointment where there should be appointment.
8. Failure where there should be success.
Especially failure at the edge of life changing breakthroughs.
9. Rising and falling.
Prayer: Every curse of rising and falling operating in my life, break and die.
10. Get and lose syndrome. This makes it impossible to retain good things.
11. Demotion where there should be promotion.
12. Cripples a person’s life.
13. Amputates and diverts destinies.
14. Violent, tragic, or untimely death.
15. Profitless hard-work. This is because the person is laboring under a closed heaven.
HOW DO CURSES COME INTO A PERSON’S LIFE?
You can come under a curse under the following circumstances:
1. Disobedient to God and His word. For example Adam. Genesis 3:17-19.
2. Put trust in men instead of God.
3. You have cursed things in your possession.
4. Speaking evil of men of God. Allow God to judge them.
5. Oppression of the helpless. Isaiah 58:6-8, Ezekiel 22:29.
6. Sex outside of marriage.
You have to break all the blood covenants involved.
You have to break all the evil soul ties involved – write down all the names and pray your way through. Take back whatever they have stolen from you.
1. Every blood covenant between me and ……… (Put the full name) break and release me.
2. Every evil soul tie covenant between me and ……… (Put the full name) break and release me.
Failure to do restitution when it is required by the word of God. For example failure to return stolen properties such as stolen spouses, properties from sugar daddies and mummies.
8. Breaking covenants such as marriage vows.
When you appropriate God’s glory for yourself. God is jealous God and will not share His glory with anyone.
10. Dishonoring of one’s parents.
12. Bloodshed particularly of innocent blood.
13. Through inheritance.
14. Through polygamy.