- We retain our moral integrity, by refusing to curse.
- When you curse, you let the devil into your life to dilute your obedience.
- When you curse, you give the devil the opportunity to control your life thorough the curses others have made on you.
- When you curse, it gives the devil a hook to amplify the curses through your ancestors.
- To curse is not your responsibility but God's. Check Genesis 12.
- If you curse man today, you might end up cursing God tomorrow. So, don't make cursing into a habit.
- No curse can chase you, when you never curse anyone. So peace always dwells in the conscience even though all hell is unleashed.
- Vengeance can never enter your heart, when you never curse.
However, there are many psalms of an imprecatory nature (Psalm 35, 69 and 109 are the most intense ). These are psalms of extreme anguish. They are framed culturally in an Old Testament context and theology - of expecting justice with a pure heart. It is the delirium of conscience produced by a famine of justice. As a result they have prophetic bent and for which reason they are placed in the canon of scripture. It would be pure arrogance to assume that they validate our whims to curse.
The branch with the heaviest fruits, always hangs low. Humility and fruitbearing go together. A humble person cannot think of cursing another. So, leave the method of justice to God and the timing of vindication to God.
Of course, the most effective way to remove a curse is death. No curse can lay a claim when you are dead. To die physically is indeed a beautiful solution, but what God wants for us is to die to the world and to die to the self.
Therefore, at some point, the hate must stop. The curses should vanish. The conscience clean, and God pleased.