Identifying and breaking curses pdf

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Identifying and Breaking Curses by John Eckhardt

Redemption from Curses
Perhaps you are plagued by family disputes and bickering. Your marriage is crumbling, and you just can’t seem to connect with your kids. Maybe you’re sick of living paycheck to paycheck. You’ve prayed and fasted and prayed some more, but nothing has seemed to work.
No matter what kind of problem you’re dealing with—financial, familial, or physical—you may be unknowingly living under a curse. Here is how to determine if you’re under a curse and, if so, how to break that curse.
 
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Breaking Christian Curses

Cursing in the Bible is not only speaking evil of someone, but evil coming upon someone. If a person is under a curse, according to the Bible, evil has come upon them in some way. Sickness, tragedy, or bad circumstances are occurring in their lives. Please Note: This does not mean that every difficult circumstance that we go through is a curse. Sometimes God leads us through circumstances to stretch our faith. This is for our own good, as it is helping us to grow stronger and identify ourselves with Him. However, He is not bringing anything upon us, but rather leading us through a circumstance so that we might experience His overcoming power.

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What the Bible Says about Breaking Curses

ISBN pbk. Blessing and cursing. Spiritual warfare. E34 dc No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recor ding, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without perm ission in writing from the publisher. Contents Foreword

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