And ye, in any wise keep yourselves from the accursed thing, lest ye make yourselves accursed, when ye take of the accursed thing, and make the camp of Israel a curse, and trouble it.
But all the silver, and gold, and vessels of brass and iron, are consecrated unto the LORD: they shall come into the treasury of the LORD.
The accursed thing is anything that is consecrated or separated to God. There are things that should not be touched because they belong to God. If you do not have a right or if you are not in the office assigned by God to manage the accursed things, when you touch it, you get a curse.
There are some who claim that God is love and thus will not curse His own. These do not understand the principle of the accursed thing. God does not have to curse a man for a man to be cursed as seen in the case of Achan in Joshua chapter 7. You touch it, you get cursed, it’s a system, it’s a principle.
The question is are you touching what is separated unto God? Cease from it and repent today. God loves you and doesn’t want you to walk in error. Separate what is God’s as God’s.
Prophecy 1: Receive wisdom to separate what is God’s and honor Him in Jesus’ name, Amen.
Prophecy 2: As you step out today, may your deliverance come speedily in Jesus’ name, Amen.
W: Repent now of any way you have touched an accursed thing.
X: I decree, and I declare that the joy of the Lord is my strength!
STUDY YOUR BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: EZEKIEL 45 & 46, REVELATION 10, PSALMS 54.
The vast majority claim to be Christians, but evidence of true spiritual transformation seems outweighed by superstition and nominalism. Gris-gris, a voodoo-like African spiritism based on black magic and herbalism, permeates the lives of Christians. Despite the disapproval of religious leaders, most Seychellois remain happy to mix religion into this dangerous cocktail.
Y: We are praying for an outpour of God’s spirit upon the land that the eyes of the people be opened to the truth in the word.
Dear Father, have mercy upon me, deliver me from any curse, cause me to honor you always in Jesus’ name, Amen.