“The curse is broken” is not just a song; it’s a movement.  It’s a revolution that “will not be televised” but will be experienced.  It is God’s divine agenda that he is calling forth in the Earth.  He needs to remind us that the Calvary experience was truly a finished work.  When our Savior, Jesus Christ, uttered the words, “It is finished,” every stronghold, sin, generational curse, addiction, and sickness was destroyed, forgiven and healed.  His death on the cross not only freed us from sin but also freed us from every excuse.  Galatians 3:13 says, “Christ has redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangs on a tree.”

He became your sickness, anger, depression, etc. in order to make you free! You are free from every generational curse.  Yes, your grandmother or mother may have died or suffered from cancer but you don’t have to accept it.  THE CURSE IS BROKEN!  Declare to the enemy that it stops with you.  You are not your mother or your father.  Their struggle does not have to be yours.  Receive this freedom by faith and confess what God says about you.  He calls you healed, blessed, delivered.  You are a royal priesthood.  From this day forth, stop the negative confessions.  Only say what he says about you.  Life and death are in the power of your tongue.  When you change what you say, you will change what you see.

Your Savior has given you a fresh start.  You are not your past.  The mistake you made is not who you are.  It doesn’t define you.  Do not allow people to hold you to your past.  It is going to be very difficult for God to bring something new into your life if you refuse to release the baggage of your past.  Sometimes our past can be our worst enemy.  The guilt and shame from it can make us feel unworthy of God’s blessings.  Trust me, I know how that feels.  However, if we repent and turn back to the Father, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and restore us to our rightful place in the Kingdom.  One thing I love about the Father is the fact that He doesn’t waste anything.  Romans 8:28 declares, “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.”  His word cannot lie.  He is able to take our rotten, nasty past and use it to fertilize our destiny.  “There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus (Romans 8:1).”  Receive it and

K.I.M. – keep it moving!

From my heart to yours–until all have heard…
Stella’s boy