80+ Bible Verses about Curses

We all are scared of curses. Curses should not be uttered, as it not only harms the other person, but we too attract bad omens. This list of bible verses will educate you on the circumstances of curses.

Here are Bible Verses about Curses

Number 14:18– The Lord is gracious kind-hearted, slow to wrath, and abounding in lovingkindness, overlooking iniquity and trespass, but he will not forgive the wicked, visiting the sins of the fathers on the offspring to the remaining three generations.

Ezekiel 18:20– The sinner’s soul will perish. The child will not be condemned for the faults of his Father, and the parent will not be penalized for the misdeeds of his Son.

Exodus 20:5– You shall not adore or capitulate to them because I, the Creator your Lord, am a vengeful God who visits the sins of the ancestors on the offspring to the remaining three descendants of those who reject me.

Ezekiel 18:20– The upright man’s righteousness will be upon him, and the wicked man’s evil will be upon him.

Deuteronomy 24-16– Fathers shall not be hanged for the sake of their offspring, and youngsters should not be executed for the sake of their dads. Every individual will be hanged because of his or her crime.

Galatians 3:13– Because it is written, “Tormented everyone who is hung on a rack,” Christ delivered us from the penalty of the covenant by being a punishment for us.

John 8:36– As a consequence, if the Son liberates you, you will be liberated.

Corinthians 5:17– As a result, anybody who believes in Christ is a new creature. The old is gone; look, the new has here.

Exodus 34:7– Keeping everlasting affection for generations, forgiving wickedness, disobedience, and sin, but just never absolving the guilty, punishing the fathers’ evil on the kids and their offspring to the remaining three generations.

Ezekiel 18:19– “Yet you say, ‘Why must the son pay for his father’s sin?’ He will surely live if the kid has performed what is reasonable and fair and has obeyed all of my laws.

Deuteronomy 5:9– You shall not worship or capitulate to idols, for I, the Jehovah your Lord, am a false Messiah, visiting the sins of the fathers on the offspring to the remaining three descendants of those who despise me.

Galatians 3:10– Those who depend on the law are cursed since it is said, “Forsaken be anyone doing not abide by everything that is contained in the Code of the Rules, and perform them.”

Genesis 12:3– I will reward those who praise you, curse those who dishonor you, and bless all the nations of the earth through you.

John 8:32– And you’ll know the truth, and you’ll be set free by it.

Jeremiah 17:5– “Defiled is also the one who depends on the man and considers flesh his stronghold, whose mind moves away from the King,” the Lord proclaims.

Mark 11:24– As a consequence, I tell you, trust that whatever you desire for in petition has been granted to you, and it’ll be yours.

Hosea 4:6– My people have been decimated due to a lack of information; because you have rejected education, I will not accept you as a priest. And because you have rejected your God’s instruction, I will forget your offspring as well.

Proverbs 26:2– A curse that has no source does not alight like a sparrow in its darting or a swallow in its flight.

Chronicles 25:4– “Men shall not suffer because of their kids, nor children shall die due to various their dads,” the Lord stated, “but every one shall perish for his sin.”

James 4:7– As a consequence, surrender to God. If you oppose the devil, he will run from you.

Deuteronomy 30:19– I call angels to stand witness over you today, stating that I have set before your fate, blessing, and a curse. As a result, choose life for yourself and your descendants.

Romans 8:1– As a result, those who believe in Jesus Christ are no longer cursed.

Ezekiel 18:2– “What do you intend when you say of Israel, ‘The parents have consumed sour grapes, as well as the child’s fangs, are set on edge?’

Romans 8:1-2– As a result, those who believe in Jesus Christ are no longer accursed. In Christ Jesus, the rule of the Soul of daily existence has made you free from the domain of sin and death.

Exodus 20:6– But expressing unwavering love to tens of thousands of people who adore me and follow my commands.

Psalm 103:17– But the Lord’s unfailing love is bestowed on those who fear him from generation to generation, and his righteousness on children’s children.

Jeremiah 31:29– “The parents ate sour grapes, as well as the kids’ teeth, are put on edge,” they won’t say anymore.

Luke 13:3– No, I assure you; nonetheless, unless you repent, you will all die.

Romans 12:14– Bless those who persecute you, rather than curse them.

Acts 16:31– “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you and your home will be saved,” they declared.

Lamentations 5:7– Our forefathers sinned and are no longer with us, and we suffer their sins.

Timothy 3:16– God breathed forth the Scripture, and it is useful for teaching, reproof, correcting, and training in righteousness.

Romans 12:1– By God’s grace, I beseech you, brothers, to present your lives as a living priesthood, holy and acceptable to God, as your spiritual worship.

Romans 12:2– Don’t be tempted to this idea, but be transformed by the rebuilding of your intellect, so that you can distinguish what is Divine will, what’s excellent, perfect, and full through testing.

Jeremiah 17:7– Fortunate is the person who trusts in the Lord since the Master is his trust.

Proverbs 22:6– Train a child on the right path, and he will hardly deviate from it if he’s an adult.

Revelation 22:3– There will be nothing condemned in it anymore, only God’s throne and the Lamb’s throne, and his slaves will adore him.

Deuteronomy 28:15– “However, if you will not heed the Lord your God’s voice or be cautious to keep all of his laws and ordinances that I command you today, all of these plagues will descend upon you and overpower you.”

Deuteronomy 28:16-18– You will be condemned both in the city and in the farm. Your churning bowl and wicker will be cursed.

Galatians 3:29– You are Abraham’s descendants, heirs according to promise, provided you are Christ’s.

John 10:10– The thief’s sole purpose is to steal, murder, and destroy. I come to give them life and abundant life.

John 1:9– If we confess our sins, He is truthful and just to forgive us and cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

Deuteronomy 7:9– Understand that the Sovereign your God is Creator, the dependable God who keeps pact and faithful affection with those who respect him and obey his rules for a thousand generations.

Numbers 23:8– How can I curse someone who hasn’t been cursed by God? How can I condemn someone who hasn’t been condemned by the Lord?

Mark 11:21– “Rabbi, see!” Peter recalled and exclaimed to him. You blasted the fruit tree, and it withered as a result.”

Matthew 25:41– And those on his left, he would exclaim, ‘Drift away from me, you accursed, into the eternal fire reserved for the satan and his angels.’

John 14:6– Jesus told him, “I am the path, the reality, and the life.” There is only one route to the Father, and that is through me.

Jeremiah 32:18– O great and powerful God, whose name is the Lord of hosts, you offer unwavering love to many, yet you recompense the sins of fathers to their offspring after them.

Nehemiah 1:6– Let your hearing be attentive, and your vision is willing to hear your servant’s appeal, which I now bring above you day or night for the nation of Israel, your captives, admitting their sins against you.

Galatians 3:13-14– Christ delivered us from the law of the covenant and became a curse for us—as it is written, “Desecrated is everyone who hangs on something like a tree”—so that Romans may receive the Holy Spirit via faith in Lord Jesus.

Romans 9:3– For the sake of my fleshly brethren, I might desire that I was condemned and cut off from Christ.

John 7:49– But this mob, which is ignorant of the law, is cursed.”

Acts 10:38– How the Holy Spirit and power were anointed upon Jesus of Nazareth by God. Because God was with him, he went about doing good and curing those who were plagued by the demon.

Luke 22:20– “This cup that is poured out for you is the new covenant in my blood,” Jesus said after they had eaten.

Psalm 118-17– I will not perish, but I will survive and tell the story of the Lord’s deeds.

Matthew 16:19– “I will hand him the keys to the city of heaven,” the Lord declares, “and whatever you bound on here will be bound in paradise, and whatever you loose on earth will be unleashed in heaven.”

Isaiah 53:5– But he was afflicted for our transgressions; he was bruised for our misdoings; he took the punishment that delivered us peace, and his stripes healed us.

Psalm 105:37– Then he brought forth Israel, laden with silver and gold, and none of his tribes faltered.

Hebrews 2:14– Because the children share flesh and blood, Jesus participated in the very same things, defeating the one who has the authority of mortality, that is, the prince of darkness, via death.

Malachi 3:6– “Because I, the Lord, do not alter, you, O descendants of Jacob, will not be consumed.”

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