BREAKING CHRISTIAN CURSES - Finding Freedom From Destructive Prayers
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When I read Breaking Christian Curses, my first thought was every church should have this information. If it is true, that life and death are in the power of the tongue, then it is also true that we have been too tolerant of slander, backbiting, and gossip. Indeed, I also pondered the possibility that, for this very reason, the Lord of the harvest has not added large numbers of converts to the church. In His love for the sheep, perhaps the Lord is keeping the unsaved away until Christians learn to pray for one another instead of preying on one another.
Over the years I have realized that a great many Christians think fault finding is a spiritual gift. It is not. One does not even need to be a Christian to see what is lacking in another individual. God’s goal for us is not simply that we see what is wrong in others, but that we are equipped spiritually to make things right.
As far as I know, I have never read a single book or booklet on the general subject of “Christian” or personal curses. To the best of my recollection, I have never even heard a sermon on the subject. Based on this history, I am probably the least qualified to write on the subject of “Christian” or personal curses. Why then am I undertaking to educate others? Why should I be heard?
Ironically, I believe God kept me “ignorant” — unaware and uninformed — concerning the theology of curses so I could write credibly on this subject from my personal experience. By isolating me from the information of others on the subject of curses, I believe God has kept my message uncontaminated and unbiased. I have no other perspective except the one unique to my experience. My attempt to write on this delicate subject may not be perfect, but it will be an honest one. Why? Because I was the victim of a personal curse perpetrated by other Christians.
I have found Denny Cramer to be a man who is not just talking the talk, but he is living the wisdom he has put in this book. He speaks the truth in love. He isn’t afraid of speaking a hard word, but he continually seeks to reveal the grace and truth of Jesus Christ. He is anointed as a New Testament prophet to build up the body of Christ. As such, he caries a “prophet’s reward.” Those who receive what he has to say will receive the prophet’s reward and become more Christlike as a result.
- Francis Frangipane