The origin of curses have been recorded throughout history. Curses come in three forms: conjured up by an individual, a consequence from breaking a biblical principle and self-inflicted through a self-fulfilled prophecy. While some receive more attention than others, the saddest are undeserved curses.
Like a fluttering sparrow or a darting swallow, an undeserved curse does not come to rest, Proverbs 26:2.
King Solomon uses an unique image to illustrate an undeserved curse. According to Bible scholars this passage eludes to the invisible, yet powerful nature of curses. After the birds leave the scene, the curse remains, not coming to rest. Subsequently, no matter how hard someone tries, some curses take people to the grave.
Therefore the leprosy of Naaman shall cling to you and to your descendants forever.” So he went out from his presence a leper, like snow, 2 Kings 5:27.
Undeserved curses can take the form of a generational curse like the passage above. Children, grandchildren and future descendants are sometimes dealt an unfair hand. While generational curses can be broken as detailed in Deuteronomy 28:1-3, many don’t ever put two and two together. Instead, attention, energy and thoughts are put in a different direction. May anyone experiencing abnormal, bizarre or strange events seek answers from heaven to unlock any mystery and freedom from curses lurking over you.
by Jay Mankus