Breaking foundational curses and family patterns
A curse is operating in darkness. Your potential cannot fully manifest and your effort doesn’t amount to much because you’re working against the tide.
A curse is the very opposite of a blessing.
Proverbs 10:22, Genesis 1:28
Material possessions can be an indication of a blessing or a curse, but that is not all there is to it.
A blessing therefore, is the Lord’s empowerment that makes one to succeed without sorrow or toiling.
Increase and multiplication are part of the blessing.
One of the ways to neutralise a curse of to release a blessing that will swallow the curse.
The blessing is superior to the curse.
Blessings and curses are introduced in the same way.
Hebrews 7:9, Genesis 11:28, Joshua 24:2, Proverbs 26:2
A curse without a cause can not stand.
Sources of curses
1.God (Genesis 12:3)
2.Men pronouncing curses on behalf of God (Joshua 6:26, 2 Samuel 3:28-29, 2 Kings 5:26-27)
3.People with relational authority e.g. parents, husbands (Genesis 31:30-32)
4.Self imposed curses
Ways in which curses manifest themselves (Deuteronomy 28:16-28)
3.Phobias (people under a curse are constantly afraid)
11.Manipulation and unforgiveness
17.Death from trauma/tragic incidences
How to break free from generational curses (Galatians 3:13-15)
Jesus paid the price for our redemption through his blood.
The curse came about by not listening to God and doing what he says. The blessing similarly can be maintained by listening to God and doing what He says.
Tools for eliminating curses
1.Blood of Jesus (Colossians 2:13-14, 1 Peter 1:18)
2.Messenger of God