Curses in the Bible - a Christian perspective
God tells his people in this passage that if they don't obey Him they will be cursed. He then lays out the curses that will come upon them if they disobey him.
Disobey in the Bible - a Christian perspective
Throughout the Bible, God provided blessings to those who obeyed Him and followed His commands; and curses to those who disobeyed Him. God often went far out of His way to try to bring His people back into obedience, so spare them the punishment that their disobedience merited.
"Curse" in the Bible: Galatians 3:13
All of us live under the curse of sin, but Jesus has taken that curse upon himself. By dying a shunned and cursed death on the cross, he lifted the curse from our shoulders and place it upon his own.
Joshua Takes Charge English
Joshua sends two spies into Jericho. Rahab hides them and lets them escape by a scarlet cord. God parts the Jordan River. The people march around Jericho for six days. They march seven times on the seventh day and blow their trumpets and the walls fall down. All Canaan hears of God's power.
Bible Concordance :: Curse
To wish that bad things happen to someone or something. God curses, or makes bad things happen, only as a punishment for not obeying him. (Genesis 3:8-19; Deuteronomy 27-30; 1 Corinthians 4:12)
How Did Defense/Attack Structures Come About? - Answers in Genesis
Many people question the goodness of God when they see “nature, red in tooth and claw,” and therefore, they accuse those who believe in the Bible of not seeing reality in nature’s fight for survival, which in the view of the secular scientists substantiates evolution.