13Christ 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”),
Jesus, the Man who healed the blind, raised the dead, calmed the storm, protected the prosecuted and fed the thousands, is also the same Savior that redeemed you from all sins, curses and sicknesses.
When Jesus hung on the Corss, He himself bore all the curses that were supposed to fall on you as a result of breaking God’s laws. We are only able to be saved because Jesus was cursed in our place, so that we can be blessed with His blessings.
By doing so, Jesus has redeemed us from every curse.
What are curses? Well, in Deuteronomy 28 you will be able to find a long and detailed list of curses. When you read through them, do not be frightened or afraid, but instead, rejoice, for Christ has redeemed us from every single one of them, and this means that they by no means have a right to fall on us any more.
Sin, poverty, sickness, death, through the finished work of Jesus, you are redeemed from every one of them. Jesus came to give Life, that you may have it more abundantly. The devil however, comes to steal, kill, and destroy.
Through Jesus’ sacrifice, we are now standing on victorious grounds. This means that we no longer have to go through life defeated, but live an unafraid, abundant life. We should not accept anything less than the Best that Jesus died to give us.
Therefore, if there is any remnants of the curse still lurking in your life, know that Jesus has already redeemed you from them, and that they have no right in being in you life. Command them to leave in the Name of Jesus, and receive the Blessings of Jesus instead. Take God for His Word, and reclaim your redeemed place in Jesus.
Remember, you are redeemed, and are now on victorious grounds together with Jesus.
Live your life accordingly and be free of the curses Jesus died to redeem you from!