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The book below is available in paperback books & printable downloads: 2nd Edition, completely revised beyond this online first edition. 2008 version at a donation price.

Breaking curses  book 1 (breaking all curses): Breaking Curses, Including Breaking Generational Curses
Chapter 8. Breaking Curses from Self-infliction: No. 2 Source of Curses

Deliverance from self-inflicted curses (breaking curses from self-infliction)

Breaking self-inflicted curses is not complicated. It starts with repentance and ends with us making necessary changes to ensure we do not curse ourselves. What is the most necessary change? It is to engage the brain before operating the mouth. This means thinking before we speak. As God’s children we have “the mind of Christ” (1 Corinthians 2:16) powered by the Spirit of God who lives in us.

We also avoid careless talk, “pity parties” (complaining hopelessly and feeling sorry for oneself) and so on. In all conversations where someone is the source of hopeless and negative talk we’re to be the light of hope to them.

If it’s hard to say anything positive it’s better to just say you understand, are deeply sad by the news and will commit the matters to God in prayer. If you can say a prayer together this will make it even easier to eliminate any chances of negative talk.

In relation to repentance we seek God’s forgiveness for all the negative words we said. We ask him to undo or break the chains around us that originated from the negative words. God wants as to turn away from our sins and always desires to bless us.

There is even joy among God’s angels when we repent. “I say to you, there is joy in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents,” Luke 15:10.

Repentance is a powerful force in the realm of the spirit. It enables Christ’s work to apply to the areas of sin. Once Christ’s redemptive work applies to the area repented on the legal hold Satan had ends. God’s angles now have the legal authority of protecting us from any attacks from fallen angels in the area they once had access.

It is also worthwhile to know that God “does not treat us as our sins deserve or repay us according to our iniquities” Psalm 103: 10.

God is merciful. We must remain forever thankful for his grace towards us. With his grace and mercy upon our lives over certain things of our past we can comfortably laugh at our past without any fear that it will catch up with us.

“Blessed is he whose transgressions are forgiven, whose sins are covered. Blessed is the man whose sin the Lord does not count against him,” Psalm 32:1-2.

In regard to our mouths, it is by his mercy that we don’t harvest all that we say.  His word says, “Mercy triumphs over judgment,” (James 2:13).  Mercy is superior to judgment.  For instance, national presidents extend mercy to some criminals they choose on occasions. They are largely called presidential pardons and executive clemency.

In some countries like Zambia this can be ceremonial on independence days. In USA the presidential pardons are done by application and the president then chooses whom to pardon. Irrespective of the gravity of the judgment passed mercy enables the criminals to go scot free or have slap on the wrist penalties.

Similarly, many of us are or have been spiritual criminals by the law of the spirit but God rescued us by his mercy (pardon).  The multitude of negative things some say against themselves can easily bring much torture on themselves.  Some of them dig their own early graves. Some disqualify themselves for many opportunities. Others register for poverty. Others attract failure, sickness, divorce, misfortune and so on.  They open all sorts of doors for the enemy to take advantage of them. 

However by the mercy of God they do not receive all they deserve. They may receive some of it but not all of what they deserve. And our prayers for them also rescue them from incurring the full judgment (penalty).

Otherwise the scriptures cannot be broken that we have to reap whatever we sow (good or bad). Without mercy the judgment of the law takes its full course in order to implement justice. Thank God for his mercy. Instead of the people in self-destructive talk being sentenced to serious illness, death, abject poverty, or whatever bad things they’re meant to reap, God’s mercy lessens their penalty.

We are all swimming in God’s pool of mercy, not justice.  His word says, “He does not treat us as our sins deserve or repay us according to our iniquities” Psalm 103: 10. 

The reason words have the power to create either blessings or curses, life or death, is that God in whose image we were created used words when creating the world.  The first chapter of Genesis is full of “God said … and it was so.”  What he said he saw into reality.  There was nothing he said that he did not see materialize. Created in his image he has also given us a mouth to cooperate with him in creating our own world in our occupations, families, and so on.

No wonder our Lord said, “I tell you, on the day of judgment men will render account for every careless word they utter,” Matthew 12:36.  We shall be accounting for whatever we created with our mouths. We can avoid the calamity side of judgment if we guard our mouths from junk and careless talk. “He who guards his mouth and his tongue keeps himself from calamity,” Proverbs 21: 23.

Occupations that primarily use the mouth are very decisive professions in shaping other people’s lives.  These include politics, music, education, the clergy, and the media (both electronic and print media).  Through their words they influence people’s thought pattern, which in turn comes out of their mouths and actions to create their world.

For example most secular films and music create thoughts of individualism, materialism and sexual immorality.  Eventually people’s words and actions obey the thoughts by engaging in speech or actions full of individualism, or materialism or lust. On judgment day we will all account for how much we contributed in adding to or subtracting from other people’s ordained lives by our mouths.

If we desire to preserve our lives we ought to guard our lips from corrupt speech. “He who guards his lips guards his life, but he who speaks rashly (carelessly) will come to ruin,” Proverbs 13: 3.

More content available in the Second Edition of the book: Click here to acquire it

Breaking Curses, Including Breaking Generational Curses:
i. INTRODUCTION: Breaking Curses, Including Breaking Generational Curses
Chapter 1. What is a Curse and the Nature of Curses? (What are curses?)
Chapter 2. Five Conditions for Cursing Words Before Resulting into Curses
Chapter 3. What Curses are Not: Matters that do not Constitute Curses
Chapter 4. Three Sources of Curses: God, People and Self-Infliction
Chapter 5. Can Satan Bring Curses? Can Satan Curse People?
Chapter 6. The Nature of Angels: God’s Angels and Fallen Angels
Chapter 7. Breaking Curses from God: No. 1 Source of Curses
Chapter 8. Breaking Curses from Self-infliction: No. 2 Source of Curses
Chapter 9. Breaking Curses from People: No. 3 Source of Curses
Chapter 10. Breaking Generational Curses: God’s Traditional & Non-Traditional Ways
Chapter 11. Deliverance from Unforgiveness Curses by Overcoming Unforgiveness
Chapter 12. Deliverance from Family Curses: Breaking Family Curses
Chapter 13. Familiar Spirits: Eliminating Myths from a Biblical Perspective

                 * Breaking Curses Book References
                 * Breaking Curses Book Index

Breaking curses  book 1 (breaking all curses): Breaking Curses, Including Breaking Generational Curses
©2008 Eric Gondwe


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