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Blessing the Next Generation

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What's in your family tree? Do you come from a background of strength, hope and success? Or is your heritage filled with loss, addiction and pain? Marilyn Hickey and Sarah Bowling believe that knowing your past is important to establishing your future. In BLESSING THE NEXT GENERATION, this mother-daughter ministry team offers insightful teaching on how you can turn any situation around and begin a heritage of blessing for your family.

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Hickey and Bowling note that some families are plagued by generational curses, addictions and negative behaviors. They highlight the example of Jonathan Edwards and Max Jukes, both of whom were contemporaries. While Edwards's family tree is lined with college graduates, professors, government officials and ministers, Jukes's is filled with poverty, murderers, drunkards and prostitutes. Drawing on scriptural background, the authors argue that generational curses are very real, but no matter how dark the past, God can use you to turn the situation around, help heal wounds and turn defeat into victory.

The book is divided into 16 chapters that often read like sermonettes. "Outrun What Runs in Your Family" offers five practical steps to break free from sin --- acknowledging and confessing the sin of your forefathers, forgiving family members, confessing your own faults and asking for forgiveness, submitting to God's will, and declaring your faith with the authority of Jesus' name. The teaching is filled with Bible references and encourages readers to boldly reclaim back what has been lost in the past.

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Author Marilyn Hickey and Sara Bowling

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