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Cursing

Discussion in 'Spiritual Formation & Disciplines' started by well hey, May 19, 2019.

  1. well hey

    well hey little.soul

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    I have a couple of curses in my life. As you know cursing isnt slang IE saying "you are a b****" cursing is speaking death over someone IE "you are never going to make it in life" or "you are a failure" ugly, stupid- labeling and speaking negative affirmations over someone.

    My dad said disturbing things to me as a child and preteen. I am very sorrowful over the disgusting hateful things he has said to me in my growing up years. Somtimes it prevents me from playing guitar and going forward with my goals. He has cursed me.

    How do you break or cleanse yourself fully from curses; negative words spoken over your life?
    And how do you forgive this person when they are your very own father and you were so young? I hate him, and I couldve done so much with my life in my 20s if I didnt feel such low self esteem and insecurity from his curses. This has really affected me terribly.
     
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    Well, you need to be your own person, break away from the invisible curse and understand its a mind set not a curse of magical powers.

    The only thing giving the curse power is your own thinking.

    The only one holding you back to the things you want is you.

    It took me 15 years to learn computer coding, but I have no one to thank but God and myself for forcing myself to learn it.

    Its called disciplining your self instead of him doing the cursed discipline.

    Ask God to set you free from the bond you are held to and he will, its all in your own mind.
     
  3. Jeshu

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    My dad really undermined my confidence growing up and for years i hate him for it. The trouble was that i held those words like a curse around me for i had not forgiven my dad and often found my identity in his awful labels.

    In the end i learned to love my dad through the love of Jesus and forgave him his wrong doings against me and found my identity in Jesus' truth and not in my dad's nasty words. This has set me completely free from my low self esteem, for in Jesus weak and insignificant, as judged by this world, don't matter one little bit. God loves us unconditionally and can make something beautiful out of our lives.

    So bring all your loveless feelings towards your dad and towards yourself to Jesus and let Him put everything straight. Hold onto God's truth and the lies having power over you now will cease.

    With Christ you can be set free from this completely. Be of good courage.
     
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    I always say negative things about myself, but I try to avoid saying bad things about other people.
     
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    Pray to God to have the curses removed and ask a priest or a pastor for spiritual guidance.
     
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    What did he say about your involvement with your guitar?
     
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    Reborn1977 Devoted to Jesus - Less of me MORE of HIM Supporter

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    I realize that this response is going to be very long and you may not think all it applies to your situation, however, I urge you to take the time to read it all and to ask God to show you how it all applies – as we each must deal with the things other people did to us or spoke over us while at the same time taking responsibly for our life in the present. If you would like to contact me privately please just send me a message via the forum.



    Generational Curses, Prayer to Renounce Evil, and Forgiveness


    Generational Curses


    I do believe there are such things as generational curses and demonic influences, which are passed down or transferred from one generation to another. I believe this is why you find the actions of the parents or grandparents repeated in the children or grandchildren. I do not believe it to be just or simply genetic or environmental; because you can find this in families where either a] the generations have been too far apart to have enough contact for environment to play a part or b] it can be found in families where the children are not connected biologically to the parent.


    Even the practice of psychiatry promotes the idea of generational curses, yet they would never call it such, because they a] Assume family history will determine a person mental capability. b] Promote and teach cognitive correction in order to break the cycles of addiction, abuse, etc. in families, which is actually a biblical principle; hence the reason it works. c] Psychiatry believes that it actually takes several generations for an unhealthy mental health cycle to be broken in or dissipate from a family.


    Now let’s look at some Scriptures on the matter. We will look at two verses, which speak to generational curses and one that addresses the sovereignty of our environment.


    Exodus 20:5 (NKJV) – In relation to and inclusive in the Ten Commandments.

    5 you shall not bow down to them nor serve them. For I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children to the third and fourth generations of those who hate Me,


    The principle of this verse can also be found in Deuteronomy 5:9


    hate = in the Hebrew

    8130. שָׂנֵא sânê˒, saw-nay’; a prim. root; to hate (personally):— enemy, foe, (be) hate (-ful, -r), odious, × utterly.


    Note:

    Notice in this verse that God addresses the issue of generational curses within the framework of the Ten Commandments. God loves us so much and longs for our fellowship so much that He describes Himself as a “jealous God” who does want His children bowing down to or serving anything other than Him. He makes it clear that those who choose to do this are exhibiting a form of hate toward Him and that hate will result in damage, in a variety of forms, for three to four generations. The hate that God speaks of, as you can see by the Hebrew definition, is a personal choice to become an enemy or foe of God.



    Exodus 34:6–7 (NKJV) – When Moses was being given the second set of Tablets in the Wilderness, after the Hebrew children of God had left Egypt.

    6 And the Lord passed before him and proclaimed, “The Lord, the Lord God, merciful and gracious, longsuffering, and abounding in goodness and truth, 7 keeping mercy for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, by no means clearing the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children and the children’s children to the third and the fourth generation.”


    The principle of this verse can also be found in Numbers 14:18


    iniquity = in the Hebrew

    5771. עָוֹן ˓âvôn, aw-vone’; or

    עָווֹן ˓âvôwn (2 Kings 7:9; Psa. 51:5 [7]), aw-vone’; from 5753; perversity, i.e. (moral) evil:— fault, iniquity, mischief, punishment (of iniquity), sin.


    Note:

    Here in this verse we see that God is making a distinction between being forgiving, patient, and merciful while still allowing the guilty and consequences which come with sin. God wants His people to understand that their sin does not just effect, and affect, them but it also impacts the generations that will follow them. It is almost like say, ‘Ha if you do not care about yourself maybe you will care about your children and your children’s children and their children; maybe that will motivate you to live a godly life.’ Here the focus is on how one lives, verses what we saw in Exodus 20:5 in relation to whom one serves. If you look at the word “iniquity” in the Hebrew, you see the definition is inclusive of moral perversity and evil as well as mischief and sin. There is a sense of willful and stubborn rebellion against God’s principles and against a godly lifestyle.



    Acts 17:26 (NKJV) – Paul expressing the sovereignty of God in people’s environment.

    26 And He has made from one blood every nation of men to dwell on all the face of the earth, and has determined their pre-appointed times and the boundaries of their dwellings,


    habitation [KJV] and dwellings [NKJV] = in the Greek

    Strong’s Greek #2733 2733. κατοικία katŏikia, kat-oy-kee´-ah; residence (properly the condition; but by implication the abode itself):— habitation.


    Note:

    Next one must keep in mind that despite all that we see about generational curses in the verses above that God Himself has determined the time, in which a person will live, where they will live, and under or in what conditions they will live. That means the parents that they have or had were given by God for His Divine Purpose. Wherever, however, and within the conditions we grew up were no accident they were that way for a reason which God intents for His use and His glory if we allow ALL to be redeemed by Him for His Glory. Nothing has escaped His notice or sovereign power.




    Prayer for Renouncement of Evil


    Heavenly Father I come to you in the name of Jesus. Please hear my prayer because of the work of Christ on the Cross and allow the blood of Christ to cover my every sin and need.


    I thank you for your Holiness, your Presence, your omnipotence and your great love. You as the Creator of all things are worthy of praise and honor for you alone have dominion over all things and people. I thank you for the freewill you have given me and through that freewill I have erred against you and that is why I seek you today.


    I have both knowingly and unknowing sinned against your will and therefore against you. I have both embraced and been exposed to “evil” found in the form of partaking in the things of Satan, the occult, witchcraft, and the like, which your Word makes clear you hate. Having repented of these things and no longer wishing to have anything to do with any of them; I have come to you to seek your forgiveness, to bleed the blood of Jesus over both those sins and the effects upon my life as a result of those sins, and to enter into covenant with you that I will not partake in any of these sins again, nor will I allow myself to be exposed to them. I will flee in the presence of such sins and thus flee from the Enemy. May my change of heart on these matters be full and complete through your sovereign grace.


    Father I ask you now to bring to my remembrance any and all evil you wish me to renounce.

    [Pause and allow God to show you anything more you are not aware of to date.]

    I now ask in Jesus’ name for your forgiveness of the following sins and I thank you that you are faithful and just to forgive me and cleanse me from all unrighteousness.

    I plead the precious blood of Jesus over the following sins.

    [Now specifically pray for everything God reveals to you, or has revealed to you, and ask forgiveness for each individual act of evil. Pleading the blood of Jesus over each and every act. – Do not pray generically or as a general group of “all evil”, be specific and deal with each category of demonic activity.]

    Forgive me for my involvement in __________________ and through the blood of Jesus break the power, thus cancelling the effects and affects of this evil on my life.

    Forgive me for my exposure to _________________ and through the blood of Jesus break the power, thus cancelling the effects and affects of this evil on my life.

    Forgive me for _________________ and through the blood of Jesus break the power, thus cancelling the effects and affects of this evil on my life.

    Forgive me Lord for allowing evil to have any access to my life, mind, heart, soul, and spirit breaking its power and influence in my life forever. Forgive me Lord for all those acts of evil for which my mind and heart cannot recall at this time and break the power of those influences within my life as well, through the blood of Jesus.


    Father in the name of Jesus I seek your forgiveness for my participation in evil and the things of your Enemy, Satan. I renounce any and all effects, and affects, of these things and I plead the blood of Jesus over my life and myself. I ask you to place a hedge of protection around me so that evil and the Enemy can no longer harm or influence me. I ask that you give me an obedient heart that I might follow your will from this moment forward. I ask you to give me eyes to see and discern evil from good and the power to resist the evil. Increase my capacity to understand what you want, and do not want, for me in my daily life.


    Jesus cover me with your blood as I stand against the works of the Devil.

    Satan, I speak to you now through the blood, and the power of the blood, of Jesus. In the name of Jesus, I renounce you and any power or influence you have gained in life through open doors, doors of evil, which I have opened or that has been opened by events or other people. I am a Child of God and therefore, you have no place or standing in my life. Therefore, by the blood of Jesus any and all effects and affects you have had on, or have on, my live are now broken, no longer effective and shall no longer disturb or influence my life. You and your workers, any and all demonic presence, must leave my life and I close the door of my spirit to any influence past, presence, or future. The blood of Jesus has broken the power of your work and you are overcome by the Blood of the Lamb. Flee from me now in the Name of Jesus; you no longer have any place in my life.


    Jesus, I thank you for your death on the cross and the forgiveness that sacrifice affords me. I thank you for your blood and the power over the Enemy that blood has bought me. I thank you that you have interceded for me with the Father and obtained my forgiveness for these and all my sins. I thank you that through the cross I am set free from the negative and evil effects/affects these acts have had on my life. I am grateful to you for it all and for your love. Thank you for dealing with my Enemy, Satan, and for rendering his work in my life useless and void. I shall always be grateful beyond measure. Father thank you for the Son and the work of the Son. God thank you for your Almighty Provision found in the blessed work of Calvary.


    I ask all these things in the precious name of Jesus,

    Amen and Amen.





    Forgiveness comes in stages



    Forgiveness comes in stages. With the first stage being the choice to forgive, regardless of how we feel about the overall situation, the person, or what happened to us. The last stage would be complete reconciliation with the person we needed to forgive. Getting from stage one to the final stage can take years or perhaps only minutes.



    Let me give you a three-point example – beginning, middle, and end.

    Re: The man who molested me as a pre-teen and teen then kidnapped me in my mid-teens.



    Beginning stage – I chose to forgive him, to feel the pain of what he had done to me, to come to terms with the affects and having done that I chose with insight to forgive him.



    Middle stage – I had forgiven him to such a degree that I had become concerned for his spiritual wellbeing and wrote him a letter, not writing about the past or what he had done, but sharing the love of Christ and urging him to seek Jesus for salvation and inner healing aka restoration.



    Last stage – The forgiveness was so complete that I could go see him when God prompted me to do so and talk with him about our past and God. He had already come to Christ and been saved although I did not know that until I arrived at his home unannounced. He would pass away within a month or so. I also did not know that he would die. All I knew when I went to see him was, I had to go see him and that it was God.



     
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