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Understanding Generational Curses — 5 Comments

  1. Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us, for it is written: “Cursed is everyone who is hung on a pole.”
    Galatians 3:13

    Verse 13 is written in the past tense, whereas Galatians 3:10 is written in the present tense:

    For all who rely on the works of the law are under a curse, as it is written: “Cursed is everyone who does not continue to do everything written in the Book of the Law.”

    If Jesus broke the curses, how is it those of whom Paul was referencing in the present tense could be under a curse? Verse 13 does say Jesus became the curse, but it doesn’t say He broke any curses. Moreover, I cannot find a single example of Jesus or the apostles breaking any curses, yet we read that Jesus issued many curses?
    If Jesus did not break any curses why would anyone else?

  2. God addressed this subject in the old testament https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Ezekiel+18&version=NIV
    This is a very important subject one which Dereck prince attempted to address. In the message hope part 2 you will find their came both an accountability and an understanding that left him with a choice to stick to His doctrine or follow what the Holy Spirit told Him which is actually in accordance with sound doctrine. As memory serves the president of Dereck Prince ministries posted for free a link to the message hope part 2 on this sight.Also taking the time to wait upon the Lord should bring revelation on one aspect of the doctrine of chastening as taught by the Apostles revealing God does what many say He does not. The most severe aspect of this doctrine as verified by Hebrews and Jesus Himself in Revelation after the resurrection is pretty clear in the original language. These messages can be found free on the web. I hope they bring a greater revelation and understanding to several subjects you mentioned. These subjects according to apostolic doctrine touch on several foundational doctrines teaching on the cross ,the Holy Spirit and the doctrines pertaining to the new creation in Christ the first corn of many brethren.
    Also something almost lost in many Christian circles concerning apostolic doctrine that is a free resource touching on some of the subjects you mentioned is
    Which addresses some of what you mentioned. I do not know if i was supposed to have posted websites or resources that are free but these three resources are golden on some of the subjects you addressed. If I am wrong for doing so I apologize. however,i hope you gain both the knowledge and growth In Christ Jesus our lord that I did in understanding some doctrinal issues.

    • Scott,

      About 11 or 12 years ago, I heard the Lord very clearly when He told me to renounce voodoo. At the time, I did not think it was applicable and was quite puzzled that He would even say that. But, I did as asked. At the time I did not really know much of anything about generational curses, but I found myself being led by Holy Spirit to pray for forgiveness not only for myself, but for those in my family line that may have committed sins. I asked for the blood of Jesus to cover them and seal the door shut to the enemy. It was only the Lord that gave me those words. Then I heard Him again ask me a very pointed question. He asked me if I knew what doors others in my family line had opened to the enemy. I did not know, of course, as none of us can answer that question, and I told Him so. He responded, “That is my point exactly.” That dialogue between the Lord and I is what initially triggered multiple conversations on the subject of generational curses and downloads from Holy Spirit.

      I respect what you and others have to say, but I did not gain my understanding from someone else’s teaching or spiritual perspective on this subject. I got it from the Lord. I sincerely hope that I can help others understand what I learned from some very painful experiences of being battered by the enemy and a lengthy journey having to walk through it to get to the other side. I find that experience is the best teacher of all and there is no one more qualified to teach us than the Holy Spirit!

      Bless you,
      Laura Gagnon

  3. I can identify with you regarding everything you have mentioned. I was born again in 1975, yet I was not delivered then. I went to church, did all the right things, yet I was seeing repetitve cycles of lack, poverty, anger, etc. It was only in 2000 that the lord broke open my heart. In 2004 the Lord delivered me. Makes me sad that I had to experience what I had gone through. If I had known then what I know now, I would have been in full time ministry long ago. May God bless you and surround you with favour as with a shield – Ps.5:11-12!

    • Thank you, Paula! Don’t worry, the Lord doesn’t waste anything we’ve gone through, and He is able to redeem the time that we feel was a loss. None of us enjoy the painful part of the journey but God will truly use it for His glory as He uses your testimonies to heal and set others free! Bless you!

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