The Biggest Sins, too Big to Hide!

 If you read my blog; then I know you’re  tired of hearing about sin, but sin….

Some sins can slip our minds. Some sins we try hard to forget. Some sins we forget after time. Some sins we are constantly reminded of. But the biggest sins and the hardest ones to hide are the ones that really last through all the generations. Those are very hard to correct, and has traveled through at least 400 generations.  Somehow it seems like there is no end to sin. Biblically there is no end. In reality sin is here to stay, and has been all of our lives.

Sin is just as breathing air is to us. It comes naturally. Without thought or reluctance, it happens. I wonder how many of us know that sin leads to curses. So what is a curse? According to Jesus, it is the reverse of being blessed. It means God imposing judgment. But the dictionary says it means,

A solemn utterance to invoke a supernatural power to inflict harm or punishment on someone or something.Verb: Invoke or use a curse against: “the family had been cursed”.

verb.  swear – imprecate – execrate – anathematize                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Synonyms: noun.  imprecation – oath – malediction – cuss – anathema

So I was doing some reading and thought I’d share something with you.

a. An appeal or prayer for evil or misfortune to befall someone or something.
b. The evil or misfortune that comes in or as if in response to such an appeal: bewailed the curse of ill health.
2. One that is accursed.
3. A source or cause of evil; a scourge: “Selfishness is the greatest curse of the human race” (William Ewart Gladstone).
4. A profane word or phrase; a swearword.
5. Ecclesiastical A censure, ban, or anathema.

v. cursed or curst (kûrst), curs·ing, curs·es

1. To invoke evil or misfortune upon; damn.
2. To swear at.
3. To bring evil upon; afflict: was cursed with crippling arthritis.
4. Ecclesiastical To put under a ban or an anathema; excommunicate.

To utter curses; swear.
Curse –  a prayer or invocation for harm or injury to come upon one; evil or misfortune that comes as if in response to imprecation or as retribution; a cause of great harm or misfortune.

 Curse-the after effects of Sin

The reason curses are placed upon us is to cause injury and destruction and death.                                                                                                                                                              

Look at Galathians 3:13 

We suffer because of it.  So we need to really become aware of the trail of trouble sin leaves behind.

We often why things happen that bring sadness or hurt into our live. We wonder why things don’t turn out great.

Why we have illnesses that won’t go away.

Why families suffer from family discontent.

Why catastrophic accidents plague our land.

Have you ever wondered why alcholics  or drug  users run in families?

Why rare diseases run in families?

Why mental illnesses run in families?

Why divorces run in families?

Why do incest passes down through the family line?

Why  do evilness runs in families?

Why does homosexuality runs in families?

Why do  KKK‘s run in families?

Why do racism thrive in families?

Why do you think poverty runs in the family?

Why do witches run in families?

Why  does struggling runs in families?

Well I’m sure you get the idea!

The answer is SIN, and disobedience to Gods’ laws.

We are sinners by nature, so….

If we never repent, then sin and the curse dwells within.

Sin lives and thrives in the bloodline of a family.


If one person in the family repents, that will allow the sin curse to be broken. Sin is comfortable, dwelling within us, To get rid of it we must repent to Jesus/Yeshua.

Acts 2:38 Then Peter said to them, “Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Yeshua Messiah for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.

Jesus/Yeshua means just that!  Repent!

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