Witches cursed the president – What is a curse?
What do curses and blessings have in common? Only one thing: they are spoken words.
You have heard people say, “She baked me a cake! What a blessing!” No, a cake is not a blessing. It’s a cake.
James 3:10 says, “Out of the same mouth proceed blessing and cursing…”
No doubt about it: curses are bad; blessings are good.
What should you do when someone curses you? Jesus admonishes us to “…bless those who curse you…”
The Bible has a lot to say about the subject and on this occasion, I point to Psalm 109 that features intriguing language. Starting at verse 2, compare the following to fake news.
“They have spoken against me with a lying tongue.
They have also surrounded me with words of hatred,
And fought against me without a cause.”
Skipping down to verses 17-20:
“As he loved cursing, so let it come to him;
As he did not delight in blessing, so let it be far from him.
As he clothed himself with cursing as with his garment,
So let it enter his body like water,
And like oil into his bones.
Let it be to him like the garment which covers him,
And for a belt with which he girds himself continually.
Let this be the Lord’s reward to my accusers,
And to those who speak evil against my person.”
There is much to say on the subject of blessings and curses. I conclude with Exodus 22:28. “You shall not revile God, nor curse a ruler of your people.”
So, what can happen to President Trump? His authority will increase and his poll numbers will continue to go up because the curses from witches and ‘fake news’ media will return upon those who curse the president.
What’s our responsibility? We are directed to pray for “…all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life…” 1 Tim. 2:2
So what? It’s all going to be okay. Rest assured that President Trump is God’s anointed leader for this time in our history. God is still sovereign and comfortably seated on his throne.