How many of you are scared of your future? Maybe because you’re afraid of your past coming back to perhaps wreck your life. I know many, like me, who come from a dysfunctional past, are relentlessly striving to change the present so that the future won’t be affected by varying generational curses. We all are striving to make our future better, some more than others. Some are simply trying to break those soul ties that bind us to who we were “back then.”
Well, I’m writing this today to let you know that the curse over your life is broken. Declare that it’s over. It’s time to move forward.
The devil will have us all convinced that we’ll be a failure like those who raised us, or a disappointment to those who are around us now. We cannot keep accepting that lie. Today, as you read this, I want you to know that those generational curses such as teen pregnancy and fatherhood abandonment are broken. The soul ties we keep letting our past use to clutch us to the future have to be loosed today.
That powerful promise comes from Joshua 1:9 (NIV). We have to accept that assurance instead of the lies from the devil. He only comes to kill, steal, and destroy our lives. It’s time we understand that and start finding a vision for our future. We must declare victory over our lives because the past is a definite loss once we let it go. Those without a vision will die. God has promised us eternal pleasures, so that curse over your life is indeed broken! What your parents struggled with, you won’t struggle with while raising your children. What anyone did to you back then is broken away from how people treat you today. That curse is broken in your life. Stop settling for mediocre lives because you think that's all you're capable of having. The enemy wants you to settle for mediocrity.“Be strong and courageous. Don’t be terrified; God will be with you wherever you go.”
The mistakes of your ancestors is NOT who you are. Your past is now what your future will be.
Listen to this song below from James Fortune’s new CD entitled, Identity, and let it minister to your present life and encourage you for your future life:
Be inspired, but stay inspired.