Witchcraft is the practice of cursing and controlling people and situations with a counterfeit spiritual authority and power, using white and black magic. However, witchcraft is also listed among other traits and conditions as a “lust of the flesh” or a personality type. We all have experienced these kinds of people. It is one thing to be a pain in the ass know-it-all. However, when a person tries to manipulate, dominate and control the lives of others, that is when witchcraft as a lust of the flesh is quite obvious. A personality trait cannot be cast out. When the person is active and prominent in your life–perhaps a parent, a spouse, a sibling, relative a friend or a boss,— then you will have to develop diversified strategies to protect yourself. Once I continue to discuss such strategies, this subject could turn into a book that I might consider writing. For now, let us look at witchcraft from the standpoint of moral purity.
Utterly committed to upholding their own self-image, captives in the grips of witchcraft as a lust of their flesh will fight to uphold an appearance of moral purity. Moral purity in this instance is not so much a desire to seek after true righteousness but more a desire to appear righteous to his or her entire public. A Jezebelian personality type is like her old testament predecessor in the flesh. Her desire is “to kill the prophets of God” and to crown false prophets that are obedient to Satan. In this regard, the religious demon has found a seat in the organized church, a pivotal position to fulfill Satan’s goal of killing true prophets.
From the onset, I point out that a sensitivity and a compassion for those bound by witchcraft as a lust of the flesh is certainly essential to set a captive free. In fact, I am always prepared to help these captives to pick up the pieces of their shattered lives when I perceive that the Holy Spirit has confronted them to face their own wickedness. Only God Himself can do this. However, He may use you. Just know that no amount of persuasion or debate will affect a captive who has witchcraft as a personality trait. And if the victim is in a position of authority in your life, you should never forget that you are in for a formidable struggle where the odds are stacked against you. Remember also that the actual spirit called witchcraft will use its captives by sending other demons of accusation, rejection, condemnation and fear as a means of a counter attack, so it is imperative that you be is wise as a serpent but as harmless as a dove. The key is to remain humble, repentant and forgiving. Here are a few ways to be as wise as a serpent:
1. Never reveal your innermost hopes and dreams to a manipulative, dominating and controlling person. One with a witchcraft personality trait will find both direct and subtle ways to disrupt, even destroy your plans. Most of the time, these kinds of captives are so narcissistic that they don’t really listen to others because they are very pre-occupied with the beat of their own drum. So let THEM talk. When they turn toward you and begin to ask questions, you ask THEM a question. Their attention span is often limited to themselves so they can be distracted by another subject that interests them more than you and your pitiful life. But once such captives are bored, LOOK OUT!!!
2. Be very alert. By example, when it is possible to do so, create a pre-prepared plan of escape from these people. Set boundaries and parameters ahead of time based upon the amount of time you can tolerate this person. For example, have some one call you at a certain set time, to interrupt either the phone call or the meeting. Text helps out a lot with these kinds of people if you are not strong enough for a verbal or a face-to-face encounter.
3. If you want to keep a new friendship or a relationship, do whatever you can to keep the witchcraft captive from meeting or getting involved with your friend. Witchcraft captives can be quite engaging, and even if you warn your friend about the evil of the captive’s ways, YOU may end up being the culprit who is unstable, jealous or judgmental because the witchcraft captive has been both charming and engaging. Once you start defending yourself, you have already lost the new friend. In fact, don’t be surprised if the witchcraft captive has not stolen your new friend. So be wise and do not try to present a witchcraft profile ahead of time for it may backfire and leave egg on your face.
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