Men of Redemption

Restoring a Life of Purity – One Day at a Time

Read Your Word This Morning?

Posted by Men of Redemption on September 20, 2016

Breakfast of ChampionsI’m reading the book of 1 Kings in the Old Testament and I’m learning an awful lot about the Passing of Generational Curses and family legacy. Beginning with King David, how his family origin had all kinds of problems, especially within the family dynamics of that structure. I see a little bit of everything that so many of us in our families go through. But the one thing I’m learning is that all that these continuing generations go through they without fail pass it on down to the next generation and it gets worst. I believe there is a reason why God wants us to see this: that we don’t have to accept or receive the sins and iniquities of our forefathers and continue that lifestyle. We can take authority, in Jesus’ Name, and put an end to it beginning with our generation. As I continue to read in this book I’m seeing each king becoming worst than the previous king. We see this happening in our own generations todays and we don’t say or do anything about it. We all have traditional conducts and behaviors of family members before we were born, and many of them are not admired or favorable to acknowledge. Stop and take a serious look at your family origin and identify those traits, those characteristics that maybe brought shame, guilt, or unwanted attention to the family name. Then come together with your family and declare “Those generational habits, behaviors and troubles will not continue in this family ever again! Not in this family or the families to come. From this day forward . . . . “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord!” (Joshua 24:15).

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