"Breaking Christian Curses: Finding Freedom from Destructive Prayers" by Dennis Cramer

This is an important book, mainly because hardly anyone is addressing this vitally important subject which I believe is an epidemic in America, and these, what I call “James-3 curses” are affecting many in often devastating ways.

Dennis won’t go this far in the book, but I have found that most people are being cursed in one way or another, and many “Christians” (especially “Christian” leaders, as Dennis points out) are doing the cursing, as well as non-believers.

This is a terrible problem that desperately needs to be addressed, not just because we see the affects in people’s lives, but because the Bible warns against this in multiple places. And anyone who hates his brother does not have eternal life abiding in Him. Cursing others is a salvation issue; though, Dennis doesn’t discuss this.

Some “Christians” wish evil on people intentionally, knowingly, thinking they have the right. Others who wish evil on people don’t understand their own hearts, where evil can reside if we give the demons a place through willful sinning, and these people can sometimes curse others without even realizing it. Words don’t need to be spoken. It’s the thought that counts.

“Breaking Christian Curses” (formerly released as “Charismatic Curses”) just barely scratches the surface, but I am thankful for Dennis’ boldness to step out with such a vitally needed book on this under-appreciated subject. More work needs to be done, and if you know of other books that address this subject, please let me know.

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From: Dennis Cramer

“Breaking Christian Curses: Finding Freedom from Destructive Prayers,” by Dennis Cramer

* Is everything you do a spiritual struggle?

* Does a dark spiritual cloud seem to constantly hang over your life?

* Are you trapped by feelings of abandonment and betrayal?

* Does severe hopelessness and chronic loneliness keep you paralyzed in debilitating despair?

* Are you immobilized by self-doubt and a persistent sense of overwhelming inferiority?

You may actually be cursed! Don’t worry. You are not alone.

In this startling, factual, real-life expose, Dennis Cramer details his 13-year battle with a “christian” curse and how God not only miraculously exposed the source of the curse, but dramatically delivered him from its devastating effects. God will do the same for you!

Could you be a victim of spiritual abuse? It’s time to find out. Your enemy might not be a witch or warlock! It could be a misguided believer!

Could other Christians have pronounced failure and defeat over your life?

In order to bring to light this terrible darkness, Dennis takes you on a journey into the evil world of “christian” witchcraft, “christian” cannibalism and “christian” curses – where you will not only be biblically informed, but spiritually set free! Get your personal copy today!

Insightful articulate accurate according to the Word, this book revealed to me how easily one believer can curse another even without being aware of it. Although a believer probably would never use the word curse and deliberately address another, by our not paying attention to what we do and say, we can effectively curse another. Interestingly, Scripture addresses this issue and forbids us to do it. You will gain much insight about the effects of a curse and what to do to deal with the issue and be set free to live under the blessing.

Dennis sells the book for just $10

Search Inside this Book at Amazon.com

Related:

Dennis Cramer: “Most ‘Christians’ curse for the purpose of retaliation and vindication … ‘Christian’ leaders are even more vulnerable” | How Dennis was set FREE!

All of my ‘Christians’ Cursing People posts at ONEcanhappen

All of my People Cursing People posts at ToBeFree

4 thoughts on “"Breaking Christian Curses: Finding Freedom from Destructive Prayers" by Dennis Cramer

  1. Anonymous

    I just found this site to get some background on Dennis Cramer’s book. Charismatic Captivation is an awesome book by Steven Lambert, it is Authoritarian Abuse & Psychological Enslavemnet in the Neo-Pentecostal Churches. But it can be seen in all areas of the church, family and even workplace.

    1. Thanks!
      I looked at it on Amazon. Does it talk specifically about ‘Christians’ cursing Christians? That’s my main interest; though, the way abusive pastors operate and how the people enable them is very important too.
      Very few are even discussing the important cursing-others topic that James addresses in chapter 3.

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