"xmas hasn't been enjoyable since 1994 and as a kid only a few xmas were ok the best really were between 1979-1984 and the rest shit, til 1988 til 1995 the rest shit again. when your forced to sleep in a cat urine soaked bed after years of university education and a chuck up old house of spastic parents old molely mildew house without a job or relationship for as long as me, without a family of my own, cuz to me having children and your own babies and a proper husband to enjoy life with is what xmas is about but we live in this new world agenda of the Jesuits and Illuminati and we are forced to live in pigshit. Question: "What does the Bible say about breaking generational curses?"
Answer: The Bible mentions “generational curses” in several places (Exodus 20:5; 34:7; Numbers 14:18; Deuteronomy 5:9). God warns that He is “a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the fathers to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me.”
It sounds unfair for God to punish children for the sins of their fathers. However, there is more to it than that. The effects of sin are naturally passed down from one generation to the next. When a father has a sinful lifestyle, his children are likely to practice the same sinful lifestyle. Implied in the warning of Exodus 20:5 is the fact that the children will choose to repeat the sins of their fathers. A Jewish Targum specifies that this passage refers to “ungodly fathers” and “rebellious children.” So, it is not unjust for God to punish sin to the third or fourth generation – those generations are committing the same sins their ancestors did.
There is a trend in the church today to try to blame every sin and problem on some sort of generational curse. This is not biblical. God’s warning to visit iniquity on future generations is part of the Old Testament Law. A generational curse was a consequence for a specific nation (Israel) for a specific sin (idolatry). The history books of the Old Testament (especially Judges) contain the record of this divine punishment meted out.
The cure for a generational curse has always been repentance. When Israel turned from idols to serve the living God, the “curse” was broken and God saved them (Judges 3:9, 15; 1 Samuel 12:10-11). Yes, God promised to visit Israel’s sin upon the third and fourth generations, but in the very next verse He promised that He would show “love to a thousand [generations] of those who love me and keep my commandments” (Exodus 20:6). In other words, God’s grace lasts a thousand times longer than His wrath.
For the Christian who is worried about a generational curse, the answer is salvation through Jesus Christ. A Christian is a new creation (2 Corinthians 5:17). How can a child of God still be under God’s curse (Romans 8:1)? The cure for a “generational curse” is repentance of the sin in question, faith in Christ, and a life consecrated to the Lord (Romans 12:1-2).
the bible also says that
Deuteronomy 18:10-11New International Version (NIV) 10 Let no one be found among you who sacrifices their son or daughter in the fire, who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, 11 or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead.
When men fight with one another, and the wife of the one draws near to rescue her husband from the hand of him who is beating him, and puts out her hand and seizes him by the private parts, then you shall cut off her hand.
Christians eat their own children....Deuteronomy 28:53%u201CThen you shall eat the offspring of your own body, the flesh of your sons and of your daughters whom the LORD your God has given you, during the siege and the distress by which your enemy will oppress you."
then there is the lost books and removed gospels who was said to be a disciple and also These three rediscovered gospels are named after Simon Peter, Mary Magdalene, and Judas Iscariot. a number of other gospels which they knew
about, but which apparently no longer survive. These include the Gospel of
Matthias, the Gospel of Perfection, the Gospel of the Seventy, the Dialogue
of the Savior, the Gospel of the Twelve, the Book of the Hebrews, the
Gospel of the Nazarenes, the Gospel of Bartholomew, the Secret Gospel of
Mark, and the Gospel of Eve. Other gospels may have also existed, but
even their names have been lost.
see the constant contradictions of the bible!!!! being a person who studied theoretical bullshit at university and dropped out I don't ever claim to be an expert on anything, but university did teach me to question everything, analyse everything which makes me have to consider the god;s check list that scott clifton https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvRPbsXBVBo
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the point is why did god bother sending me to university if his greater useless plan was to cerfdom me! "