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The expression of a wish that misfortune, evil, doom, etc., befall a person, group, etc.
When you’re using your faith, and prophesy that you will achieve a certain goal, it becomes a reality. This same reality happens if you keep telling yourself you are nothing and a failure. Surely, you’ll find yourself stuck in a situation and you’ll find it difficult to succeed. It also applies in situations when another person tells this to you directly. What if someone told you that soon you’ll get into a car accident or that you will have the same illness as your grandmother?
Just as anyone can invoke a positive situation, they can also invoke a negative one, that causes destruction. We all hear people say “Your words have power”, but how often do we pay attention to these words?
Unfortunately, many people use this power of spoken curses against others especially when he or she is; bitter, jealous, has evil eyes, hatred, or any grudges. It can also be that they are not content with their lives and want others to be the same as them, if not worse.
Sometimes unknowingly people curse others in a moment of anger. A mother unconsciously tells spoken curses her child if she tells them they are dumb, and will never amount to anything.
If someone tells you that you will be a drug addict, or will have the same character as an aunt, an uncle, or anyone that has caused you pain in the past.
A spoken curse is verbal misfortune sent to someone else. When you are a victim of a spoken curse; you see certain situations very difficult, when in fact they are supposed to be easy. You have moments of happiness but just as they come they go. Parties are then used as an outlet to find happiness, but it never lasts.
If someone has send spoken curses towards you all your life, we invite you to come this Friday to any of our branch locations. Every Friday The Universal Church there is a meeting that specializes with problems such as anger, negativity, suicidal thoughts, breaking curses, among many others.
Fridays are at 7am, 10am, 4pm and 7:30pm.
*Times vary depending on location.