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How to Break a Curses Prayer: Prayers to break curses

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Are you looking for prayers and scriptures to break curses, on this article,we bring you powerful prayers to break curses and how to go about them.

Prayers and scriptures to break curses

Below are prayers and scriptures to break curses and regain your victory in Christ.

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How to Break Curses of Poverty

It has been asked that if God is the owner of gold and silver, according to the Holy Scriptures, then why do we sometimes spend moments of poverty and economic difficulties?

In this opportunity, we will show you how to break the curses of poverty, and in this way, you can live as the son of the creator God, and owner of all things.

Why do Poverty Curses exist?

 The curses of poverty entered the Garden of Eden, at the same moment that Adam and Eve disobeyed and ate the fruit of good and evil.

At that moment, God told Adam that: with sweat he would work the land, and it would produce thistles and thorns, this being a curse of poverty.

In addition to this, also the fact of not tithing, not offering, and not being generous, marks our economic life, since it is a mandate to give a tithe to God, it is for love that one offers generously, and it is a promise that God blesses the cheerful giver, just as the bible puts it.

“Does man rob God? You are stealing from me!

And they still ask: “What did we steal from you?”

In tithes and offerings.

 You – the entire nation – are under a great curse,

Well, it’s me they’re robbing.

Bring the full tithe for the temple funds, and so there will be

Food in my house. Try me in this, says the LORD Almighty, and

See if I don’t open the gates of heaven and pour out a blessing on you

Until it overflows.”

Malachi 3:8-10

 

How can I Break the Curses of Poverty? 

 1. Commit your ways to God. 

If God does not build the house, it is useless for the builders to make an effort. If God does not watch over the city, it is useless for the watchmen to keep awake.

Psalms 127.1

The Bible says that if God is not with those who work, everything they do will be in vain, therefore the first thing you should do is entrust yourself to God, after all, he is the owner of everything, and only he knows which is the way, the business, the labor, the job, that suits him best.

Let the Holy Spirit enter your life, pray fervently, seek God in the Bible, fast, and above all put Him first knowing that only He is the one who will accurately guide your steps to get out of any economic curse.

 

2. Push yourself trusting God, and go out and work. 

Many people say:

As much as I work, I don’t see the light at the end of the tunnel-,

The thing is that the first thing to do is to entrust yourself to God and the next and immediate thing is to work tirelessly diligently.

In this regard, the sacred scriptures emphasize that the diligent will always be before the kings, that the lazy must look at the ants and how they work, and also that we strive and be brave.

It is not about going out desperate to work without rest or breaks, it is about going and giving our best knowing that God supports us, because our faith and our hope does not rest on the work we do, but on that:

The effort we make is given because we have faith in Him (who is our God) who is the one who looks at us, evaluates us, and weighs our efforts.

 

3. To Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s.

If you don’t want to suffer the cursed with poverty, follow each of the tips below.

  • Work hard as if your boss were God Himself.
  • Cancel all your debts, and do not get into debt again.
  • Pay all your taxes.
  •  Do not spend in a disorderly way.
  •  Tithe and offer to God so that the curse of poverty is not on you, as his word says.
  • Be generous.
  •  Remember the law of sowing and reaping so sow in the kingdom of God, in people, in causes, without your right hand know what your left hand is doing.
  •  Do not complain about your financial situation.
  •  Declare the wonders and miracles of God in your economic life, because faith is the certainty of what you expect, and it is the conviction of what is not yet seen.

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Prayer to break curses over marriage

Heavenly Father, I come before your presence in the name of Jesus Christ, thank you for your love and mercy, I ask your forgiveness on behalf of myself and all my family, present and past generations, for all our sins, especially for everything we have done that gave rise to the enemy to curse our marriages; I ask your forgiveness for fornication, for incest, adultery, for jealousy, rebellion against marriage, for lewdness, for lust, I apologize if someone in my family has had an abortion, homosexuality, lesbianism, I apologize for pornography, for masturbation, for carnality, for sexual dreams, for sexual fantasy and for all other sins, perversion and sexual filth that has taken place in my life and family, I apologize for the fights, for the arguments, for the anger, for the rage, for the anguish,

prayer to intercede for other marriages

We ask you father to be you ministering to each of the people included in this prayer, attracting to you those who do not walk according to your will, destroying all darkness that blinds us and does not allow us to see the truth, giving us strength, wisdom, and revelation of your word; for us to walk according to your will, guide us in all truth and justice for your name’s sake, in the name that is above every name, in the name of Jesus Christ Amen.

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Powerful Prayer to Break Generational Curses

And he passed in front of Moses, proclaiming, ‘The LORD, the LORD, the compassionate and gracious God, slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness, maintaining love to thousands, and forgiving wickedness, rebellion, and sin. Yet he does not leave the guilty unpunished; he punishes the children and their children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation.’” Exodus 34:6-7 ESV

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Generational curses are behaviors we adopt because of the environment we are brought up in. Addictions and abuses can influence our behavior, but ultimately, we all have the choice to shake off those chains and embrace freedom in Christ. “The sins of the fathers are punished in the children through becoming the children’s own sin,” the hatred of God is the embodiment of what the father’s problem was.” The consequences of repeated sins are definitely generational. God proclaimed to Moses in the verses above He would not leave the guilty unpunished.

Why would He want His children to continue on in deplorable habits that would bring them no true happiness or satisfaction? God so loves the world, He sent His only Son to save us. (John 3:16) He is slow to anger, always good, and He provided a way for us to break the curse of sin we are all born under.

Paul wrote, “because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit who gives life has set you free from the law of sin and death.” (Romans 8:2)

A Prayer to Break Generational Curses

Father,

Goodness and grace define You. Abba, Father. The One True, Triune, God, glory be to You for who we are and all You have made. As our Creator and Author, You know the mountains of sin that stare us down here on earth. The curse of sin Adam and Eve ushered in is still ravaging the earth and every human bit of flesh existing in it. Yet, from the beginning of time, You made a way for us to experience freedom from the death warrant for the sin we cannot avoid. Jesus, You are the Way, the Truth, and the Life. Jesus, You freed us from every sin, curse, hex, and chain when You took on the cross. You know how we feel and faithfully walk alongside us. Holy Spirit, our comforter, we are grateful that You live in every Christ Follower. Thank You that our salvation in You, O Lord, breaks generational curses. In Christ, the power of sin and death no longer holds us.

God, when we forget our freedom and shelve our peace, remind us of who and Whose we are. You have given us a purpose that is unique, and beyond all, we can ever ask for or imagine. You know us better than we know ourselves. Our hearts cry out in murmurs only the Spirit can translate to heaven. Lead us to the truth of Your Word, complete with explanation and answer. May we bravely come to You for clarification and have ears to hear Your answers. From the first page of Scripture to the last, we believe in Your divinely inspired Word to be the only rock-solid truth. Help us to build the foundation of our lives upon Your Word. Each day, assist us as we armor up to face the world. May our eyes, our hearts, our ears, and our very being turn to You, over and over.

Generational curses are no match for the power of the One True God. You are mighty to save, faithful, and abounding in love for Your family. In Christ, we are no longer who we were without You but are adopted into Your family. We become workers for the Kingdom of God and look forward to eternity in Heaven. Jesus, the hope of Your return to right all wrongs and relieve all pain lifts our countenance and reminds us how loved we are. Thank You for loving us for who we are, right where we are at. We meet You here in this place today, God, and know undoubtedly nothing this world can throw at us is more powerful than You. No person, or thing, can stop the plan You have for our lives. You tell us not to worry. Increase our trust in You. In a world throwing us curveballs …keep us alert and focused on You at all times.

Jesus, You came for all of us, and You chose us. Forgive us for our sins and soften our hearts to Your Word. We believe in You, Jesus. Thank You for embracing us when we thought curses and sins would surely kill us. Continue to rescue us from the pain of this world. Savior, God. We love you. Protect us from the tendencies and strongholds of sin we struggle with. Help us to name them, look at them head-on, and do the work to turn from them to You. We lift the burden and weight of them up to You. We know You are able to crush our enemy and sustain us through unbearable circumstances. The temporary pain of this world will one day pass, but Jesus, our Savior, You reign forever. Humbled are we to call you Savior, Lord, and friend.

In Jesus’ name,

Amen.

 

Scriptures about Breaking Generational Curses

Below is a selection of scriptures about breaking general curses.

Galatians 3:13
“Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us- for it is written, ‘Cursed is everyone who is hanged on a tree“

Colossians 2:13
“And you, who were dead in your trespasses and the uncircumcision of your flesh, God made alive together with him, having forgiven us all our trespasses”

Leviticus 26:40-42
“But if they will confess their sins and the sins of their ancestors- their unfaithfulness and their hostility toward me, which made me hostile toward them so that I sent them into the land of their enemies- then when their uncircumcised hearts are humbled and they pay for their sin, I will remember my covenant with Jacob and my covenant with Isaac and my covenant with Abraham, and I will remember the land.”

Isaiah 54:17
“No weapon that is fashioned against you shall succeed, and you shall confute every tongue that rises against you in judgment. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD and their vindication from me, declares the LORD.”

Ephesians 6:12
“For our struggle is not against the flesh and blood, but against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world, and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.”

John 8:32
“And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

James 5:16
“Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.”

1 John 1:9
“If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.”

Romans 5:8
“But God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”

Acts 10:43
“All the prophets testify about him that everyone who believes in him receives forgiveness of sins through his name.”

What Are Generational Curses?

Generational curses are inherited from behaviors that trickle-down one generation after another, or they can be habits and strongholds we ourselves fall into and struggle to stumble out of. Pornography, alcoholism, eating disorders, drug addiction, sexual abuse, adultery. All of these categorically sinful habits can be considered generational curses. “When we acquire a sinful habitat believe that negatively affects our lives or those around us, this is known as a generational curse,”

It is the shadow side of behavior passed down through the generations.”

Less taboo generational habits can be just as dangerous and entrapping. Laziness, gossip, self-pity, condemnation and criticism, stubbornness, and overspending can be the damaging roots of sinful strongholds. A wise mentor once advised me, if I was acutely bothered by a noticeable behavior in someone else, it was most likely because I struggled with a tinge of it …or possibly sat fully entangled in it ….myself. God alerts us in many ways! We are not to blame our parents or grandparents for our behaviors. Even if we’ve inherited the same tendencies, we all have the opportunity to embrace freedom in Christ.

How Are Generational Curses Broken?

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.” 2 Corinthians 5:17 ESV

Jesus has broken every curse on the cross. Our cursed chains are snapped the minute we hand them over to Him. We have to do the hard work of turning from our sinful behavior, but in Christ, we are part of a new family, God’s family!

The power of the cross sets us free from the curse of sin that is death. Christ came for all, and all have the opportunity to embrace freedom in Him. “Generational curses are a phenomenon of human nature and learned by example and influence,”

Consequences, not curses, are passed on through the generations.”

If we are in Christ, every curse has already been broken. There will always be consequences for sin and disobedience. God is good, all the time. All the time, God is good.

A good father disciplines His children. So does our Father lovingly guide us, despite the painful onslaught of our bad and disobedient decisions. But we are not held accountable for someone else’s sin. Ezekiel 18:20 proclaims, “The one who sins is the one who will die. The child will not share the guilt of the parent, nor will the parent share the guilt of the child. The righteousness of the righteous will be credited to them, and the wickedness of the wicked will be charged against them.”

Jesus is our everything. His saving act was God’s plan from the beginning. The Spirit is faithful to nudge and reminds us, daily, that we are loved. “If you dwell forever in fellowship with the Heavenly Father, it won’t be because you somehow managed to avoid the mistakes made by previous generations.

It will be because you accepted God’s merciful offer of unmerited deliverance and salvation. Love drives out all generational curses. Our earthly families will frustrate and fail us because we are all imperfect. But God has adopted us into His family. Jesus has called us friends, and the Living God lives in us. Generational curses have no power over the One True King.

 

Have hope, our God does not abandon us, activate yourself in faith and you will see the results.