A curse is a spirit.
Like a plague, it does not stop until it finishes destroying its victims.
It was born in a place where you would never expect.
The Garden of Eden was perfect, a true paradise. There was no hunger, disease, hatred or any evil. Death did not exist.
Everything was sublime, perfect and meant to be eternal. Righteousness harmonized the communion between the Creator, His creation, and nature.
With the disobedience of man, the kingdom of sin was installed in man’s heart.
All sin, however harmless it may seem, is an unrighteous act.
How could the Righteous Judge, whose throne is founded upon righteousness and justice, tolerate unrighteousness? Psalm 97.2
The unrighteous were immediately cast from His presence.
The kingdom of unrighteousness took the place of the Kingdom of righteousness in man’s heart;
The kingdom of darkness took the place of the Kingdom of Light;
The kingdom of satan took the place of the Kingdom of God;
And the curse took the place of the blessing.
And so humanity has come along, since the rebellion of its first parents.
The spirit of the curse has passed from father to son, from generation to generation.
Sin is a curse.
The sinner is a slave of the curse.
To be set free, the slave has to leave or flee from his oppressor.
This is exactly what Abraham did.
To free himself from the spirits of curse reigning in his land, his family and his father’s house, Abraham had to abandon everything.
He separated himself from everyone who could influence him in obeying the Voice of God.
He sacrificed his life of sin.
He removed himself from the curse to be his own blessing.
What about you, have you run away from the curse of sin?
It is impossible to live in sin and be blessed.