The Forgotten Blessing: Ancient Words That Heal Generational Wounds

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Chosen Books, Feb 1, 2006 - Religion - 174 pages
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Christians are growing more and more aware of the power of generational hurts and their effects on families. While some teaching helps identify past causes of present-day pain, Aaron Früh digs deep into the book of Genesis to reveal a powerful avenue of healing often forgotten in the church today: the spoken blessing.

Früh shows how generational trauma usually has its basis in the spoken word--rejection, verbal abuse, or angry outbursts. Reversal and healing come when verbal iniquity is replaced with verbal blessing. While explaining how curses operate and how today's culture feeds on them, Früh shows through an ancient blessing in Scripture exactly how, when, and whom to bless in order to break free forever.

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Aaron Früh is senior pastor of Knollwood Assembly of God in Mobile, Alabama. Author of The Decree of Esther and television host for TBN, he has traveled extensively for missions. In addition to pastoring, he takes part in humanitarian work in Israel. He and his wife, Sharon, have four children and live in Point Clear, Alabama.

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