“…the Lord your God turned the curse into a blessing for you” (Deuteronomy 23:5).
There are visible powers and also invisible powers in the world. The power in thunder, lightning, electricity and the waves are visible to our eyes. But there are some powers which are invisible to eyes. The most terrible among them is the power of the curse. It is not visible to the eyes of man. It is not possible to measure them too. The seriousness of the diseases can be made known through the appropriate devices. But, can we measure the vulnerability of the curse? It is also not possible to know where they came from.
Suddenly in a home when they encounter accidents, sickness or untimely deaths, incidents endangering the future of children and when the struggle with the satanic enemy intensifies, we can see that the family is afflicted with curse. There are also some curses which come from God. These curses arrive when the law gets violated. There are some curses which come from man. There are some curses which are placed on people by themselves.
Look up to Jesus Christ. He is the one to turn a curse into a blessing. When some curse occurs in your family, look up to God and plead “Father, turn this curse into a blessing.” He will definitely turn those curses and bless you.
God has the power to turn the curses. When people curse you without any reason, God will come and stand like a shield to protect you from them. The Scripture says, “A curse without cause shall not alight.”
Balaam came out to curse the Israelites. Think deeply about to what extent God tried to protect His children from his curse. The donkey which cannot speak spoke and opened the inner eyes of the prophet. God turned Balaam who had come to curse, to bless instead. God is one to turn the curse into a blessing.
The Scripture says, “Christ has redeemed us from the curse of the law, having become a curse for us for it is written, “Cursed is everyone who hangs on a tree” (Galatians 3:13). Dear children of God, kneel down and pray to God to turn your curse into a blessing. To meditate: “And there shall be no more curse, but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it, and His servants shall serve Him” (Revelation 22:3).