Magic is found often in the Bible and is considered 'okay'
Judaism Christianity at its finist !
Magic is found often in the Bible and is considered 'okay' or a 'miracle' when worked ... In the more modern sense, any spell or ritual that brings harm, discord or ...?? When the sheeple use magic its EVIL, what B.S.
When Jesus said, Christ is in all of us, He simply meant, USE magic for GOOD, YOU have the power !!
magical uses of Biblical verses :
For a newly circumcised infant: Gen. 48:20
For protection at night: Gen. 49:18
To drive off demons and evil spirits (should be recited immediately before retiring, or over an infant's cradle): Nu. 6:24-27; Deut. 32:10-12
To counteract magic: Ex. 22:17 and Is. 41:24; Lev. 1:1; Nu. 23:21-23; ten verses which begin and end with the letter nun, in the following order: Lev. 13:9, Nu. 32:32, Deut. 1.8:15, Cant. 4: 11, Prov. 7:17, Prov. 20:27, I Chr. 12:2, Jer. 50:8, Ps. 78:12, Ps. 77:21
To win favor: Gen. 46:17 and Nu. 26:46; Cant. 6:4-9
To gain a "good name": Cant. 1:15-16
To win credence in a dispute: Deut. 32:1-2
To have one's prayer answered: Ex. 34:6-7; Ex. 15:2
For a sweet voice: Ex. 15:1; Cant. 1:1
To strengthen the voice: Gen. 44:18
For the leader of prayer: Cant. 6:10-7:11
To arouse love: Cant. 1:3
At a betrothal: Cant. 4:1-5:2
For a newly married couple: Gen. 27:28; Nu. 24:5-7; Cant. 3:9-11
To maintain peace between man and wife: Cant. 8:5
To cure sterility: Deut. 7:12
To halt menstrual flow: Lev. 15:28
For a fever: Nu. 12:13; Deut. 7:15
For consumption: Lev. 5:19
For success: Gen. 39: 2; Ex. 15:11
For profitable trade: Gen. 31:42; 44:I 2
To fatten fowl: Deut. 22:6 and Is. 10:14
To make flocks thrive: Gen. 32:15 and Prov. 27:26-27
On beginning a piece of work: Ex. 36:8
On entering a new home: Gen. 37:1; 47:27; Ex. 40:2
For safety on a journey: Ex. 15:13; Nu. 10:35-36; Cant. 7:12
To be saved from an impending danger: Ex. 6:6-7
In a time of trouble: Cant. 2:14; 5:2
Against an enemy: Ex. 15:5; 15:6; 15:9; 15:19; Deut. 22:6, Is. 10:14 and Prov. 1:17
To cause an enemy to die: Nu. 14-37
To be invisible: Gen. 19:11
To cause an enemy to drown: Ex. 15:70
To be victorious in war: Ex. 15:3; Deut. 21:10
To cause the strength of an opposing army to wither away: Deut. 4:24
Against pursuers: Ex. 15:4
Against wild beasts: Deut. 18:13
Against a highwayman: Ex. 15:14
Against robbers: Ex. 15:15; Deut. 11:25; Cant. 2: 15; Gen. 32:2-3
Against slander: Ex. 15:7
To cause a man who has sworn falsely to die within a year: Ex. 15:12
To calm a raging river: Ex. 15:8
To dissipate a mirage or a hallucination: Ex. 15:16
For intelligence: Deut. 33:3-4
For good health after a fast: Lev. 26:42
To cause a curse to take effect: Lev. 27:29
For dream divination: Deut. 29:28; Cant. 1:7
Against the evil eye: Nu. 21:17-20
Prophecy in the classical biblical sense was an essential part of Yahwism, FORTUNE TELLING
They also appointed "signs" similar to the old familiar omens to give their predictions greater authority. This use of the techniques of magic was justified by explaining that such signs were given by God to His true prophets, as well as to false pretenders. They represented divine power being exercised in minor concerns as evidence that man could trust in God in matters of greater moment.
Most are self serving spells ! They say Moses got tricked ?
Is it Begging to "OPEN" Your MIND ?
Jesus used magic for good..When he said, "All have Christ in Them", He simply meant, YOU have the power as he to use magic for the betterment of man