manipulate (məˈnɪpjʊˌleɪt)
1. tr ) to handle or use, esp with some skill, in a process oraction: to manipulate a pair of scissors
2. to negotiate, control, or influence (something or someone)cleverly, skilfully, or deviously
3. to falsify (a bill, accounts, etc) for one’s own advantage
4. (in physiotherapy) to examine or treat manually, as inloosening a joint

witchcraft (ˈwɪtʃˌkrɑːft)

1. the art or power of bringing magical or preternatural power tobear or the act or practice of attempting to do so
2. the influence of magic or sorcery
3. fascinating or bewitching influence or charm

Our words should never be used to force people to act. For good or for bad. Our words should be used to encourage, build up, and inform. But never to manipulate, manipulation is a form of witchcraft.

“Just say a simple, ‘Yes, I will,’ or ‘No, I won’t.’ Anything beyond this is from the evil one.”  ~  Jesus the Messiah


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