Genesis 10:8-9 And Cush begat Nimrod: he began to be a mighty one in the earth. He was a mighty hunter before the LORD: wherefore it is said, Even as Nimrod the mighty hunter before the LORD.
Incidentally, there is a medically documented condition known as "Foreign Accent Syndrome" in which individuals have suddenly begun to speak with an accent that is foreign to them, not the language, just the accent. It is rare and usually results from things like severe migraines, dental surgery, and stroke. It is not understood and leaves a lot of questions about how we understand accents are formed in a group of people.
But, God's plan was not to leave us destroyed, nor to leave us separated. God had a plan not only for restoration, but for spreading His kingdom around the world. Pentecost was antithetical (or contrasted) to Babel. The barriers that divide people and nations were removed, as a result of seeking God's will, as opposed to seeking fulfillment of human will. In the same way, the incarnation was antithetical to the Fall. The barriers that divide man from God were removed, as a result of God coming to man to die in Adam's place.
The Bible writers never comment on the curses Hebrew parents sometimes pronounced on the heads of their children. Parenting has never been an easy job, and I haven't really read anywhere that the children actually did "rise up and call (either parent) blessed," as spoken of the Proverbs 31 woman. But, still today I hear people speaking of generational curses. Fortunately, all we have to do is look back at the lives of the children who were "cursed." It reveals that the words had power over the lives of the children only in so much as the children took them to heart. A conscience is a powerful thing. But, the power of generational curses does not appear to be in the words themselves, and certainly were not inspired by God; only a parent's strong emotions. Their power lies in a child's own guilt for their own behavior to the parent, or perhaps their feelings of being resigned to a fate. No, Nimrod was not controlled by Noah's fit of rage. And no, he was certainly not the servant of servants mentioned in Noah's generational curse.
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