The President and Founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, Bishop David Oyedepo, has enjoined members of the church to come under the blessings of God to be free from generational curses.
Speaking to members of the congregation on the topic “Every Commandment of Scripture is for your profiting,” during one of the services on Sunday, the Cleric pointed out that generational curses are real, but all curses are reversible.
According to him, when God blesses you, no witch or wizard can reverse it. “To be free from generational curses, just come under the blessings of God and the curses will revert on their own because you cannot be blessed by God and be cursed by man or devil,” he noted.
Explaining how to come under the blessings of God at the service tagged “Breaking Generational Curses,” the Bishop referred to Exodus 23:25 – 26 which says “And you shall serve the Lord your God and He shall bless thy bread and thy water and I will take sickness away from the midst of thee. There shall nothing cast their young nor be barren in thy land; the number of thy days I will fulfil,” adding that it is not the blessings you pray for but the blessings you work for.
“Serving God is the custodian of your glorious destiny, there are no two ways about it. God frees you from curses whether they be generational, diabolical, demonic, satanic curses; serving God frees you from curses and places you under His blessings.
“Serving God is your security; serving God is your insurance. You don’t need 100 days of fasting to break curses; just enhance your tempo of stewardship; every curse will find their way out. Commitment to serving God and the interest of His kingdom is the gateway to our liberty from all generational curses,” Bishop Oyedepo said.
He, therefore, enjoined members to enter a covenant to make serving God and the interest of His kingdom a lifestyle.
Some of the benefits of serving God and the interest of His kingdom according to the Cleric include Supernatural favour, supernatural change of levels/status, and wiping away of shame and reproach.