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Expressions of faith


Bishop-Elect Dr. Monterey D. Lee, Sr.

“God, examine me and know my heart; test me and know my thoughts. See if there is any bad things in me. Lead me on the road to everlasting life,” Psalm 139:23-24.                          

“Can anything separate us from the love Christ has for us? Can troubles or problems or sufferings or hunger or being naked (without) or danger or violence?” Romans 8:35.

These are the battles we face daily: tribulation, distress, persecution, nakedness, peril, and the sword. We have this paradox between good and evil (Romans 7: 14-25), like ‘evil fruit’ in Genesis 2:16, which is forbidden, illegal and immoral. This leads us to an ungodly life. This will keep you (us) cursed in our sinful selves. It will bring about generational curses, and evil soul ties that are toxic, ungodly and unhealthy.

How do you keep your salvation and move away the curse?

  1. Remain faithful to God.
  2. Live a godly and righteous life.
  3. Work, live, and trust God for all things that are not like Him to be removed from your life.
  4. Keeping the law, that is, the 10 Commandments.
  5. Walking in obedience (Acts 17:30).

When you practice self control, your life will have more emotional stability, better heath, relationships, finances, and careers. We are to live by these precepts to keep our salvation and live a good life.

Then you will be “no longer cursed.” You will have double power, double faith, double wisdom, and double knowledge with no more disorders in your life.

There will be no more living on the cutting-edge of disorder—no more mental disease that affects a person’s brain and behavior and leads us to an inability to control all mental and physical parts of the body.

Living a rebellious and disobedient life to God involves stubbornness, pride, idolatry, disobedience, and lawlessness.

This is why we must repent with a Godly sorrow, saying ‘I will not go back to that again in my life.’ Remember that God knows the real you (1 Samuel 16:7).

The word of God is alive and active, and sharper than any double edged sword. Curses are passed down from one generation to another due to rebellion and disobedience against God. Generational curses are passed down along a generational line (Hebrews 4:12).

“The Lord will Punish [curse] the children and their children for the sins of the fathers to the third and fourth generation,” Exodus 34:7.

When we go against God, we curse our own family. We invoke a power that will inflict harm and punishment for generations to come—to put a curse on them. We need to get to this spiritual life in Christ and stay there.

Living spiritually, and having the influence of God is how we break the cycle of suffering (curses).

“The son will not share the guilt of the father, nor will the farther share the guilt of the son,” Ezekiel 18:20.

“All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,” Romans 3:23.

“Let a men so account for us, as of the one that is in you,” 1 Corinthians 4.

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