‘How shall I curse, whom God hath not cursed? or how shall I defy, whom the LORD hath not defied?
‘As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying, so the curse causeless shall not come’
When the Israelites journeyed through the wilderness to the promised, the presence of God amidst was so strong. Every nation that withstood them was discomfited because God fought their battles for them.
There came a time that as the Israelites approached Moab that the Moabites were distressed and their king, Balak fearing that the Israelites may do to them as unto the Amorites decided to attack them first in a battle. And in doing this, he sent for Balaam t come help him curse them so that he might prevail against them.
Although the Israelites were not aware of Balaks intention, God was fighting on their behalf. At first Balaam could not get to leave his house to attend to the kings invitation. And when eventually he got there, he could not get to open his mouth to curse them.
The Israelites are Gods people and they could not be cursed. Remember also that they are the children of Abraham whom God had given a covenant that everyone who cursed him shall be cursed. It is the fullness of this covenant you have come into in Christ; everyone who blesses you is blessed and everyone who cursed you is cursed.
This also means you cannot be cursed. Again, this means there is certainly no curse in your life. Nobody can curse you. This is not talking about the fact that the curse will not come to pass, but that the curse cannot even be uttered at all.
The Bible says a man receives nothing except it is given him from heaven (Jn.3:27). If heaven has not approved it, no man can bring it to pass. And God wants you to know this from today that heaven has not (will never) approve any curse on you. Balaam could not curse those whom God had not cursed. All he could do was to bless them.
I am blessed and cannot be cursed. The hand of the Lord is mighty upon my life. Abrahams blessings are mine. Christ has been made curse for me. I am unstoppable. Amen..
Further study: Gal.3:10-13