Friday, April 29, 2011


A curse can be likened to a very heavy burden. Anyone who carried such a burden will find life burdensome, wearisome and tough. Do you know that it is possible to come under a religious curse? Pastors can curse, but I am sure that a godly Pastor will not curse you. However, if you are in the Church to hinder the growth of others, if you do not repent, you are already cursed. Definitely, it shall not e well with anyone who would not allow the children of God to reach their goals. This is, in fact, their duty and they are happy doing it. John 10:10 says, “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” You should not be surprised to see a witch curse. What are the effects of a curse? The effect of a curse is damnation. When someone places a curse on you, you are in trouble. There is a story in Mark 11, of where Jesus was going on a journey and saw a fig tree with leaves. He wants near the tree expecting to find fruits on the tree. When He found out that there were no fruits on the tree, He cursed the fig tree. He decided that no man should henceforth eat from the tree. The following morning, something had happened to the tree, as recorded in Mark 11:20 “And in the morning, as they passed by, they saw the fig tree dried up from the roots.”
A curse normally goes to the roots. It begins to eat away the roots. It destroys the roots and a lot of damage is done before anything becomes noticeable. There are several signs to show when someone is under a curse. For example, barrenness is a curse. The plan of God is that everybody should increase and multiply. Inability to conceive may be linked to a curse. Spiritual barrens can also be traced to a curse. Examine yourself. Deal with all kinds of curses. Do not rest until you are completely

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