Curses have certain attributes. They are all from God, and they are always supernatural judgements. They remain in effect until God ends them. The Lord did not bring all the curses in Deuteronomy 28 upon Israel for hundreds of years and then sent them into exile for 70 years—until He ended the curses. He didn’t break them. He fulfilled them.
If you go back and look at the first curses, you see that they all remain in effect until God ends them. The first three curses in Genesis are still in effect. Cain’s curse was in effect until he died. The flood was a temporary curse—yet the earth was subject to some permanent changes.
The real monkey wrench in the discussion is there are no examples of satanic curses in the Bible. They don’t exist. So, when people claim to be breaking satanic curses, they are involving themselves in something of which the Bible does not speak.
Curses only come from God. They are always supernatural. They usually establish a new normal in the recipients and remain in effect until God ends them.
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