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      This statement is asking one to apply an act of words to destroy an oath of judgment that was contracted. Deuteronomy 28 clearly states that blessing and curses occupy this world. In your spare time, please read Deuteronomy 28 its entirety, and Proverbs 26:2. According to the word of God you’re either blessed or cursed, it’s impossible to be both.

      Disappointingly our first father “Adam” brought about the first cursing upon all of humanity, as well as the land we inhabit when he sinned against the oath of blessing. “And to Adam he said. “Because you listened to your wife and ate the fruit I told you not to eat. I have placed a curse on the ground. All your life you will struggle to scratch a living from it.” (Genesis 3:17 SLAB). This scripture alone is very clear on how cursing are distributed in this world. Let’s pause for a moment!

     Please get this! God didn’t say that Adam would be cursed all of his life, he said the ground would be cursed and surely it is. “From my past experiences and observation all that labor is scratching for a living, and it doesn’t matter which profession it is “if you don’t scratch (work) you don’t eat”. Just as well when we speak cursing which derives from the world someone will partake of that cursing, as well as when we speak blessing someone will partake of that blessing. All in all we have the power to employ them both at our own discretion. Isn’t it strange how this world is under a curse still yet, and we having the sovereign power through Jesus Christ to partake of blessing instead of the curses.

     I mean really if blessing and cursing were not part of this world than how could we bless and curse folk? “Pray for the happiness of those who curse you. Pray for those who hurt you.” (Luke 6:28). I believe Jesus is instructing us to consciously apply the blessing of our faith (which is his love) onto the curse in which others partake of against us in order to distinguish any weapon that could possibly inflict discomfort.

     My friends, we must never forget that because we live in a cursed world they’ll forever be cursing of discomfort to try and abort blessing. Please remember that blessings are the enemy to the very nature of cursing. If you declare to the world “I’m blessed and highly favored” which all of Gods children are, then the cursing (world) must fervently try and abort what is foreign (blessing) to its very nature. Be reminded the only area in which it can do so is through sin (which is a curse).

     According to the scripture we can bring curses and blessing upon ourselves, and we can speak blessing and cursing upon others as well. “And so blessing and cursing come pouring out of the same mouth. Surely, my brothers and sisters, this is not right.” (James 3:10)

      Through my many years of spiritual warfare, I’ve found the most simplest practice of BREAK THE CURSE  is through Confessing Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, and repentance which immediately BREAKS THE CURSE of all. “For if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.” (Romans 10:9).” Some may still yet, inquire how are we to apply this confession? By faith (regardless of what it feels like, seems like, appears like) we believe in the birth, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and by doing so it is impossible to have  any curse whatsover on the God of God, king of King, Lord of Lord. How awesome is that!

     Since now you know how to BREAK THE CURSE, let's discuss how not to partake of the former curses of self/ family/world (those generational curses.)  For example if your great-grandmother was a prostitute, your grandmother was a prostitute and your mother was a prostitute you can immediately break the curse by not being a prostitute. Vice versus if your great-granddaddy was a playa-playa, your granddaddy was a playa-playa, your daddy was a playa-playa you can now break the curse by not being a playa-playa. I find it astonishing how the simplicity of BREAK THE CURSE can yield to those that have never confessed Jesus as Lord, and since that be the case how much more is there power for those that have.

     We must never forget that every one of us is Gods created beings, and he loves us all. Therefore his righteousness reigns on those that are blessed and cursed. “For he gives his sunlight to both the evil and the good, and he sends rain on the unjust, too.” (Matthew 5:45). Be reminded he sends his good to the unjust, because of his mercy for them not to be cursed into eternity.

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