Your ancestry and your destiny

 By Babatope Babalobi +234 80 35 897435

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Matthew 1

What Does Matthew 1:1 Mean?

  1. What you will become is a multiplier effect of your ancestry.
  2. What you are today is a product of your bloodline.
  3. Your past ancestry greatly shapes your future.
  4. Your habits, manners, and behaviours have been medically proven to be the product of your DNA or hereditary genes.
  5. In many cases, the diseases you are experiencing might have been inherited and may be peculiar to your family.
  6. The ancestry of Jesus prophesied his destiny.
  7. Jesus did not come from a strange or idolaters.
  8. It was not coincidental that Jesus came from the lineage of Joseph, the husband of Mary.
  9. Joseph was a descendant of the Abrahamic ancestry.
  10. The forefather of Joseph acknowledged Abraham, Isaac, Israel, Judah, Boaz, Jesse, David, Solomon, Uzziah, Zodak, and Joseph, who had an enviable record of service to God. However, a few, like Solomon, backslide.
  11. The Messiah could not have been born from an idolatrous ancestry.
  12. Jesus was a promise and covenant child and a product of forty-two generations that served God.
  13. If your ancestors served God, His covenant of love would be passed down to over forty generations.
  14. The idolatry ancestry can explain the underdevelopment in Africa. Our forefathers served gods, and we still serve idols.
  15. A few days ago, a new king was ordained for England, and Christians officiated the ceremony held in a church setting.
  16. In contrast, when a new king is to be ordained in Africa, sacrifices will be made to evil altars, idolatry ceremonies will be held, including human rites and many satanic cultural revivals will occur.
  17. This partly explained the underdevelopment of Africa. The gospel is light and brings prosperity. The devil spreads darkness, which brings woes and misery. The blessings of God follow service to God. Proverbs aptly explain that righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach. Proverbs 14:34.
  18. If you have an idolatry background, you need to redeem yourself from evil lineage by the blood of Jesus.
  19. If your fathers served idols, you must cut off its effect on you and graft yourself into Jesus’ family.
  20. Jesus has redeemed you from the law’s curse, and you need to announce this redemption to the idols of your father’s house.


  • I refuse to pay for the idolatry sins of my ancestors.
  • I cut off from my idolatrous ancestors in Jesus’ name.
  • I shall not make the mistake of my ancestors in Jesus’ name