Evil Family Patterns Will Stop You If You Don’t Stop Them

Text for Today: Gen. 9:18-27 “Then he said; Cursed be Canaan; A servant of servants, he shall be to his brethren.” (vs. 25).

Let me start today by praying for you that, may your destiny not become a wreck as a result of what happened in your family before you came in the name of Jesus. Whoever fails to address issues from his background spiritually like Moses failed to do, will one day become a victim of it and it may be too late then, depending on when such happens.

There are many people today who are living under bondage that the sins of their forefathers have brought them under. This is a spiritual bondage that is passed down from one generation to another.

Some symptoms of a generational curse is a continual negative pattern of something being handed down from generation to generation. Often, people who are adopted end up with the same characteristics as their birth parents, not because they were around their birth parents to learn how they behave, but because they inherited their spiritual bondage.

Some common symptoms of generational curses are family illnesses that seem to just walk from one person down to the next, continual financial difficulties (they continually hit roadblocks in their finances), mental problems, persistent irrational fears and depression, dying young, delay in having children and many more.

From our text for today, the curse that was released upon Canaan ended up affecting an entire nation, because the effect of a curse knows no end until a superior force or power is able to stop it. That was the same thing that happened to Reuben and his lineage until Moses nullified it.

You are a Champion!

Further Study: Gen 49:1-28.

Covenant Prayers                               

  • I silence every voice of the enemy concerning me and my family.
  • I command every witchcraft power challenging my destiny to die.
  • I ask the power of God to uproot wicked plantation in my family.
  • I refuse to be stopped by the curse that stopped my parents.


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