Sins Which Can Bring Curses

  • Those who curse/mistreat Jews (Gen. 27:29; 12:3; Num. 24:9)
  • Those willing deceivers (Jos. 9:22-23, Jer. 48:10; Mal. 1:14)
  • An adulterous woman (Numbers 5:27)
  • Disobedience of the Lord’s commandments (Deut. 11:28; Dan. 9:11; Jer. 11:3)
  • Idolatry (Jer. 44:8; Deut. 29:18-19; Ex. 20:5; Deut. 5:8-9)
  • Those who keep or own cursed objects (Deut. 7:25; Jos. 6:18)
  • Those who refuse to come to the Lord’s help (Judges 5:23)
  • House of the wicked (Prov. 3:33)
  • He who gives not to the poor (Prov. 28:27)
  • The earth by reason of man’s disobedience (Isa. 24:3-6)
  • Jerusalem is a curse to all nations if Jews rebel against God (Jer. 26:6)
  • Thieves and those who swear falsely by the Lord’s Name (Zech. 5:4)
  • Ministers who fail to give the glory to God (Mal. 2:2)
  • Those who rob God of tithes and offerings (Mal. 3:9; Haggai 1:6-9)
  • Those who hearken unto their wives rather than God (Gen. 3:17)
  • Those who lightly esteem their parents (Deut. 27:16)
  • Those who make graven images (Deut. 5:8; 27:15)
  • Those who willfully cheat people out of their property (Deut. 27:17)
  • Those who take advantage of the blind (Deut. 27:18)
  • Those oppressing strangers, widows, fatherless (Deut. 27:19)
  • He who lies with his father’s wife (Deut. 27:20)
  • He who lies with his sister (Deut. 27:22)
  • Those who smite their neighbors secretly (Deut. 27:24)
  • Those who take money to slay the innocent (Deut. 27:25)
  • Him who lies with any beast (Deut. 27:21; Ex. 22:19)
  • Adulterers (Job 24:15-18)
  • Those who crossdress. (Deut 22:5)
  • The proud (Psalm 119:21)
  • Those who trust in man and not the Lord (Jer. 48:10)
  • Those who do the work of the Lord deceitfully (Jer. 48:10)
  • Him who keeps back his sword from blood (Jer. 48:10; I Kings 20:35-42)
  • Those who reward evil for good (Prov. 17:13)
  • Illegitimate children (Deut. 23:2)
  • Murderers (Exodus 21:12)
  • To murder indirectly (Exodus 21:14)
  • Children who strike their parents (Exodus 21:15)
  • Kidnappers (Exodus 21:16)
  • Those who curse their parents (Exodus 21:17)
  • Those who cause the unborn to die (Exodus 21:22-23)
  • Those who do not prevent death (Exodus 21:29)
  • Those involved in witchcraft (Exodus 22:18)
  • Those who sacrifice to false gods (Exodus 22:20)
  • Those who attempt to turn anyone away from the Lord (Deut. 13:6-9)
  • Those who follow horoscopes (Deut. 17:2-5)
  • Those who rebel against pastors (Deut. 17:12)
  • Those involved in pagan, witchcraft and satanic practices (Deut. 18:10-12)
  • False prophets (Deut. 18:19-22)
  • Women who keep not their virginity until they are married (Deut. 22:13-21)
  • Adulterers (Deut. 22:22-27)
  • Parents who do not discipline their children, but honor them above God (I Sam. 2:27-36)
  • Those who teach rebellion against the Lord (Jer. 28:16-17)
  • Those who refuse to warn of sin (Ezek. 3:18-21)
  • Those who sacrifice human beings (Lev. 20:2)
  • Participants in seances and fortune telling (Lev. 20:6)
  • Homosexual and lesbian relationships (Lev. 20:13)
  • Sexual intercourse during menstruation (Lev. 20:18)
  • Necromancers and fortune tellers (Lev. 20:27)
  • Those who blaspheme the Lord’s name (Lev. 24:15-16)
  • Those who are carnally minded (Romans 8:6)
  • Sodomy (oral and anal sex) (Gen. 19:13, 24-25)
  • Rebellious children (Deut. 21:18-21)
  • Curse upon improper family structure – destruction of family priesthood (Mal. 4:6) with special attention given to the relationship between father and children.
  • Curse of idol worship extends to fourth generation of great grandchildren (Exodus 20:1-5)
  • Idol worship (Deut. 5:9-10)
  • Rebellious children (Deut. 21:18-21)
  • Curse of the bastard extends to tenth generation of descendants (Deut. 23:2)

All of these sins and their associated curses can be broken. You must simply apply Galatians 3:13, recognize the sins in your life, repent of the sins and renounce the curses. This of course is not a complete list but is a good introduction to get you started.