Practicing any level of witchcraft is sin and will bring separation or death between you and God. Witchcraft seeks to manipulate your mind and targets your intentions, your will, your intellect and your emotions. In other words, the intention is to take over, manipulate or control you by taking possession of your soul.
Some people create their own witchcraft covenants with the realm of darkness by saying what they will never do. Saying words such as, “I will never trust you again.” Or “I will never forgive you for what you have done!” Or “I hate you and I always will.” When we speak such condemning words with resolute passion we are actually cursing a situation or a marital relationship and opening demonic doors.
As the law of attraction is an established law in the realm of the spirit, witchcraft attracts witchcraft. Therefore, there are many other ways you can attract a spirit of witchcraft to your life. Some of which include:
- When you harbor un-forgiveness, bitterness or resentment, you can unknowingly attract spirits of witchcraft to your life. When this happens, your soul becomes influenced or dominated by the kingdom of darkness to carry out its ill wishes and demonic assignments.
- When you become rebellious against God, you become angry, hateful, full of malice, envy, jealousy, hatred and rage that you want harm someone; in so doing, you can also open the door to the spirit of witchcraft.
- When you seek out or consult with someone to bring harm to another person both of you have made a contract with the kingdom of darkness.
23 For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness
is as iniquity and idolatry. (1 Samuel 15:23)
Witchcraft in any form is a sin and the Word of God reveals that the soul that sins shall die. (Ezekiel 18:20) This death here represents a spiritual death; a dying to the true life that God has for you; a death to joy, peace and love replaced with a life of misery, fear and torment. This is why the practice of witchcraft is an abomination to God. Revelation 21:8 speaks of the final judgment to those who practice witchcraft if they do not repent.
If this sin is present in your generation or even in your generational lineage, repent of it right now and the sins of your ancestors. In 1 John 1:9, we are assured that if we confess our sins God is faithful and just to forgive us of every sin and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness; once we are cleansed this gives us the peace love and joy to live an abundant, victorious life free from the traps of the enemy. (John 10:10)