Generational Curse

March 29, 2020

Word of the day: 9 “Only take care, and keep your soul diligently, lest you forget the things that your eyes have seen, and lest they depart from your heart all the days of your life. Make them known to your children and your children’s children— Deuteronomy 4:9 ESV.

Some families can start by breaking the generational curse. These curses can be an addiction or lifestyle. Religion is one of the few things taught in a family that can break the generational curse. In today’s verse, Moses wanted everyone to make sure no one forgot what God has done for them, miracles, and all. As parents, this is a good curse to break if your parents didn’t teach you about God. There are times where we will forget God’s moment in our lives where he saved us, or have miracles that we don’t remember. Journal those processes. Not only does it help in remembering, but if you did forget, it is right there for you to share accurately. These are moments never to forget. We can always omit the wrong someone does, and it can be a million, but never the one thing right that was done for you.
Father, thank you for our fellowship. I pray today that generational curses break by teaching about you. Lift those who are teaching about you for the first time. There is always someone learning something new. Thank you for today. In Jesus’ name. Amen!

Author: Darren Watts

My name is Darren. I started sharing devotions in June 2019. As one of the ministry leaders at my church. One reason why I started devotions is because of the lack of inspiration and motivation in our lives. It is hard to be encouraged with a lot of negativity going around. I invite you to be encouraged by the word of God. Our struggles can be personal, at the workplace, and the lack of community in our lives. When we go through hard times, we need the word of God. Please read them and be encouraged. I also started a podcast talking about racism and discrimination. Please take a moment to check that out as well. Afternoon Coffee Break with Darren Watts.

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