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05 Jun
By: Mattie Nottage Publications 33


How shall I curse, whom God hath not cursed? or how shall I defy, whom the Lord hath not defied?  (Numbers 11:8)

A curse causeless cannot come! (Psalm 26:2) 

A curse is the opposite of a blessing (good fortune, success or well-being.)  It is a prayer or an appeal for evil against your life, family, business or ministry.  Just as God uses prophets to speak words of blessings, the enemy can also use evil or wicked people, “false prophets”, witches or other ungodly men operating in spirits of hatred, jealousy, envy and greed to speak demonic curses over your life.  Every spoken word  with direct force carries a degree of power, be it negative or positive; someone’s words can either cause you pain or bring you joy. (Proverbs 18:21)

A curse may enter your life through your generational bloodline or by way of witches or wicked, evil people who wish to see your life destroyed.  A curse may even enter your life because of your own involvement in occult practices, engaging in willful sin or by the enemy, himself, working against your life.

However, the curse comes, the ultimate intent is your destruction.  Therefore a curse, acts like a weapon in your life. In Isaiah 54:17, under God’s divine providence, He promises that no weapon formed against you shall be able to prosper.  This means that you may be able to identify a curse at work in your life, your family or business but that curse will not be able to fulfill the ultimate purpose for which it has come.  Just as a lawyer fights and defends on your behalf, so does the legal blood of Jesus fight for you, against every curse that seeks to operate in your life.

7 And he took up his parable, and said, Balak the king of Moab hath brought me from Aram, out of the mountains of the east, saying, Come, curse me Jacob, and come, defy Israel.

8 How shall I curse, whom God hath not cursed? or how shall I defy, whom the Lord hath not defied?  (Numbers 11:7, 8)

In Numbers 11:7, 8, we see the Prophet Balam is approached by King Balak asking him to curse the Children of Israel.  Even the Prophet who has the spiritual authority to declare the Word and Counsel of the Lord cannot render a curse upon the life of the people of God, once God has pronounced a command to bless them.  The more the Prophet attempted to curse them the more he spoke a blessing over them.  Why?  Because God had already blessed them.

As you look in your life, you may be able to identify demonic cycles, sudden dilemmas or unexplainable hardships or difficulties. As a believer, these ungodly curses do not have legal spiritual right to operate in your life.  Once you identify a curse at work in your life, you can begin to break it by taking spiritual authority and engaging in radical, fervent prayer against it.  God has already blessed you so no curse can destroy you and there is nothing that your enemies can do about it!



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