This is the first blog in a series where I will be sharing (purely from my experience in deliverance/ counseling sessions) what I have found to be common generational spiritual torments common in women from specific ethnic cultures. I did an introductory article previously to further explain this series. This first article looks at generational curses common to the Latin/Hispanic Culture. [Read more…]
I felt impressed to develop a series of articles looking at the issues of ethnic generational curses and demonic torment common to different groups. There are many open doors for demonic oppression in a person’s life.
However, over the course of ministering deliverance to thousands of people, we have seen recurring themes based upon their heritage and this is what I want to address. The primary focus is on these curses as it relates to women. [Read more…]
Is the trial you are walking through, directly related to something you have spoken in judgment over someone else? Could your own words have opened the legal door for your current bondage?
We teach on unforgiveness and judgment all the time, and in one of our recent seminars I had a young woman stop me on her way out and say, “I just realized that when I judge someone, I end up walking through the exact same trial. [Read more…]
Have you ever noticed how things such as poverty, divorce, depression, anger, and depression seem to run in families? The world would tell us these are learned patterns of behavior. The Bible teaches us that the sins of the father can visit the third and fourth generations (Exodus 20:5).
Sin that opens the door in one generation can become a generational curse to the next. A parent can commit a sin, such as gambling, and that sin can produce a curse of debt or poverty. [Read more…]
However, we see this notion of word curses in the Body of Christ carried to what we believe is an extreme that can result in us looking silly to others. We are called to live and walk in faith but there needs to be sensibility. [Read more…]