Might there be a “curse” operating in your life?
This can happen in a variety of ways — many unnoticed. We can curse ourselves — with negative words. We can curse others by wishing them less than the best. We can curse in our thoughts. And we can be cursed, including by what has been passed down to us from our parents and grand parents, or transferred via our spouses and children and friends.
Ridding a possible curse can be as easy as uttering a few commands, especially:
“In the Name of Jesus, I break the Curse of the Law regarding [here name the aspect of life it is affecting — finances, emotions, happiness, depression, fear, sickness]. I break this curse, in Jesus’ Name.”
Then replace it with a blessing.
“I claim the Blessing of Abraham by the Power of God in the Name of Jesus.”
It’s a peculiar phrase: “curse of the law.” It comes to us from a preacher in Transatlantic, Florida, who says, “Until the devil is told to leave and take the Curse of the Law with him, in the Name of Jesus, he is going nowhere. Why should he leave your life if he doesn’t have to? He enjoys tormenting you because that is what he does.” For your discernment.
I break the Curse of the Law of allergy.
I break the Curse of the Law of heart trouble.
I break the Curse of the Law of pain.
I break the Curse of the Law of division.
I break the Curse of the Law of loneliness.
I break the Curse of the Law of lust.
And so forth.
“A generational curse cannot be overcome,” he believes, “but it can be broken.”
A curse can be started with simple words, such as, “Every man in this family dies young of heart problems.” Negative words can bring negative results — a curse of sorts. When we say the opposite — positive things — we bring a blessing. Watch what you say! Words can have much more of an effect than you reckon.
Some phrases to avoid:
I can’t get over this.
Bad things always happen to me.
I must be losing my mind.
I can’t do this.
I will never get these bills paid.
I can’t lose weight.
People don’t like me.
Never use “can’t words,” or you are limiting yourself.
“If you do say any of those things and believe what you say, you have just given the devil the legal right to come back,” says Jim Kibler. “He will be loosed from Heaven and the Curse of the Law will be back in your life until it is commanded to leave again in the Name of Jesus.
“There is a connection between what we say here and what is bound or loosed from Heaven.”
“Say good things about yourself [and others] all day long, every day,” he urges. “Your life will eventually conform to the words you speak about yourself.”
No greater love is there, than he who blesses!