The curses of shame, blame and fame entered the world through the fall of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, but Jesus came to redeem us from these curses.
God designed the family, and it was good—until Adam and Eve fell to the Devil’s deception and disobeyed God (Genesis 3). Immediately, they hid from one another and from God, blamed others for their mistake and sought to have a separate identity from one another. In this way, a spirit of shame, blame (accusation) and fame (competition) entered the world. The effects of these curses have been plaguing families ever since.
The good news is this: Jesus came to redeem us and our families from the curses that came on mankind through Adam (Romans 5:17–19). Jesus’ righteousness covers our shame, which in turn, heals the issues we may have with accusation and competition.