Cursed: (adj) under a curse; damned.
In the pursuit of righting wrongs, we must not wrong those who need to be righted.
Religious fervor often is so desirous of acquiring eternal salvation for all hearers that methods are used to tear down the human spirit, producing broken believers. saints.
No one is cursed.
Nothing is cursed.
If you believe in such things, then you’ve taken the superstitious edge of faith and used it to slice into the hearts of people who need love, not condemnation.
There has been much evil perpetuated on the Earth. But the children, the land and the hopes of the people left behind are not cursed and unable to bear fruit.
They’re just waiting for the right seed.
Fervor for evangelism often causes religious fanatics to pull down the confidence of those they wish to redeem.
But if all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God, there is no curse, just a common weakness.
If there is none righteous—no, not one—then we fellowship as we discover better paths.
Do what you will to preach your gospel. But under no circumstances can you do it by diminishing the quality of another person.
Cursed are we in our own self-satisfaction when we insist that our righteousness is greater than that of those around us.
God would forgive us, but it will never happen.