The school bell has rung, class is now in session.
I recently came across an article of a woman bragging about using voodoo candy to bring her boyfriend back into her life. There was another woman talking about feeding her Ex a certain recipe to win him back. There was even a person who mentioned extracting revenge on another person through food. As I begin to dig a little deeper, I saw that these practices have been more and more common in the recent years. The sad thing is that the victims are usually unsuspecting because of the level of trust they have in the person. Note: Always say grace over your meal. Please use wisdom and discernment.
This is a very dangerous practice, and although these types of magical items are even sold on Social Media these days; there is nothing innocent about them. I can go on for hours, sharing what has happened to people I know personally, who have participated in these sort of activities. The conclusion of their stories were not pretty.
For the sake of time, I mostly wanted to reiterate how unwise it is to use magical means to manipulate another person into doing what you want them to do against their will.
Interestingly enough, yesterday I heard a testimony of a Christian woman, who used these means to get her husband before accepting the Lord Jesus as her savior. As the years went on, she did not think anything of it until she attended a revival one week, and the minister was preaching about these very things. The woman started to remember what she did all of those years ago, and felt guilty about it.
She decided to repent and denounce what she did to capture her husband. A few months later, her husband begin to gradually lose interest in her, and eventually they divorced. She resigned that he was never truly hers to have, because she had gained him through unnatural means.
These practices may start out as something fun and exciting to do, but has been notoriously known to ruin marriages, families and friendships. If you are doing this, repent and turn away, while you still have a chance. If you know someone who is doing this, encourage them to stop it immediately and repent. Not everything that glitters is gold.
I felt lead to share this because it really grieved my heart to read those articles, and see the merchandise being sold on Social Media for young and old to purchase. I am praying for anyone who is a practitioner or victim of these types of situations, through Christ, they can be set free.
The school bell has rung, class dismissed!