The mountain of family is represented with the color orange, God as the Father/Papa covering the generational bloodline, heritage, and inheritance.
The original design for the family mountain is displayed as a covering and a place of refuge, love, and acceptance.
Satan distorts the family mountain through the:
- lie that we have been abandoned by God.
- lie that we have been rejected by God.
- lie that God is not a loving father.
When we partner with and accept these lies of perversion about God and ourselves this creates:
- a fatherless generation/broken families
- orphan spirit mindset
- loss of identity/confusion - If you don’t know who your heavenly father is, there will be confusion on who you are.
- fear of rejection
- not knowing how to approach the Father
- a manifestation of brokenness shown in earthly relationships
Medicine, science, secular counseling, and DNA carry evidence proving that disease can be generational.
There is spiritual weight behind these generational diseases.
Illnesses such as autoimmune diseases, cancer, allergies, anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and many other mental and physical diseases can potentially pass on from generation to generation through iniquities or curses over generational lines.
This cycle of brokenness whether it is a physical illness, anger, or an addiction linked throughout the generations can only be healed through the power of Jesus that breaks all curses!
“If the breakdown and wound began with rejection in the contact of the family dynamic, then it takes nothing less than the heart of God as Papa to heal the wound of rejection with His unconditional love and acceptance, restoring strength to families and communities.” – Johnny Enlow
You don’t have to wait to be healed or wait for your family to be restored. There is power in declaring your words out loud. You don’t have to carry on the generational divorce, sickness or addiction, it can stop with you!
Declaration over your family line:
"I declare over myself and my family that we are covered by the blood of Jesus. I speak unity and love and 1 Corinthians 13 over my family line. Nothing can separate the love of God which knitted my family together.
Holy Spirit, I ask for you to reveal hidden iniquities over my family line. Every word that was not from you God, that was evil, I stand in the gap and ask for forgiveness in my past present and future generation line.
I break off division, rejection, and the orphan spirit in my past and current family line. We are your sons and daughters. We are not rejected but fully accepted, seen, and received by you.
Thank you, Jesus that because you died on the cross, we can be made whole again physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally.
I break off any assignments of witchcraft and outside sources that brought division and brokenness against my family.
I go all the way back to Adam and Eve and I break off generational curses intentional and unintentional throughout my generational line that created sickness and death.
These curses cannot compete with the blood of Jesus. Isaiah 53:5- “But he was pierced for our rebellion, crushed for our sins. He was beaten so we could be whole. He was whipped so we could be healed.”
“Whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.”- Matthew 18:18
I agree and partner with heaven right now. I come before the throne room and contend for my family that are restored back to wholeness in Jesus name! It is finished!"
Do you feel called to the mountain of family?
· Healthcare worker
· Speech therapist
· Marriage & family counselor
· Special education teacher
· Childcare worker
· Family social worker
· Family Law attorney
· Preschool director
· Behavior therapist
· Labor/delivery nurse
Check out this recent video that speaks of blessing over generational family lines that comes from Numbers 6:24-26.
Sarah H. is a wife, mother, and an artist who shared her heart on the family mountain.
We are continuing the 7 mountains of influence series. If you missed any of them or the intro blog on the mountains, feel free to go back and read them.
Photography: Katherine Budny Photography