In our Focal Scripture, the psalmist affirmed that by the hand of the Lord, a people whom he had not known will serve him. The word ‘serve’ as used in that scripture comes from the Hebrew word ‘abad’, which means to till the ground. So God graced the psalmist with men who would till the ground for him. God sent the psalmist men who will endure the labour of tilling the ground in order for him to gain his results.
Notice that in Genesis 3, God’s punishment for Adam was that he would need to till the ground in order to survive; upon Adam, God pronounced a curse of tilling the ground before gaining results. For Adam, there was a curse of tilling the grounds; but for the psalmist, others were to do the tilling for him. The psalmist was exempted from the curse of tilling the ground. The psalmist was exempted from curses.
Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: you are exempted from every curse in your environment. You are exempted from every satanic cycle that runs freely in your environment. You are breaking out of every satanic limitation the enemy has hung around you. You are exempted from every enchantment of the pit of hell. Your family is exempted from every curse that previous generations suffered. Every curse is broken forever.
If any man be in Christ, no curse is permitted to survive in his life. If a man has embraced Jesus, then every power of hell must necessarily be shown the way out. Jesus did not redeem you so that any curse can find expression in your life. If Jesus has redeemed you, then every handwriting of the enemy against you is blotted out by the blood of Jesus. Every consequence of negativity that should prevail against you will not prevail.
No curse will find expression in your life anymore. You are exempted from the curse that once prevailed against you.