Reverse the curse
There is no good reason to accept harm from anyone.
I am writing this because someone thought I was hateful for recommending this in spiritual warfare.
He thought we should just accept the curse, and not send it back. We should love them instead.
While it is good to love our enemies, we do not have to accept harm from them.
If someone tries to shoot us, we can love them, but it would be wise to try to get the gun away from them, or get them to put it down.
We can still love our witch enemies, and deal with the curse and the spirit of witchcraft.
We do not have to accept harm from anyone. We have to protect ourselves.
If someone throws us a base ball. We can keep it, or throw it back.
If we keep it, then it is ours.
Many times the ball (curse) thrown by a witch, or someone practicing cursing, is thrown to us.
We can either accept it, or send it back.
Since the witch originally had the ball (curse), it was hers originally.
So for her to send it to us, is to relieve herself / himself of the curse.
Someone sent her the curse to begin with. Possibly, the devil himself, or another witch.
So ultimately, when we reverse the curse, we are sending the curse back to its original possessor.
All curses originate with the devil. That is where the power comes from.
If we reverse the curse, we send it back to the witch.
This is not to harm her, but to reject harm to ourselves.
She also has the option of giving it back to the devil, the point of origin.
It is a wake up call for her too.
She does not have to keep it either.
So reversing the curse is not an act of hatred, or unforgiveness.
It is self defense and wisdom.
How to do this:
Repent of any sins allowing the curse to remain.
Use the Word of God to protect you.
Find promises of protection for the righteous, and speak them out.
Plead the blood of Jesus over you.
Reverse the curse – speak it out loud – in Jesus name.
If you can, have others agree with you in prayer. The more support, the better.
Be persistent with this, until you feel relief.
Be patient, and have faith.