The abuse of rejection
When a child experiences lots of love & acceptance, you can expect them to grow up well adjusted. When a child experiences rejection, you can expect dire consequences. That’s what happened to Jenny Weaver.
She was abused prenatally by a drug-addicted mother. Her parents divorced while she was a child. She was severely bullied in high school.
All of this rejection resulted in her becoming a cutter. Then she became a drug addict. Then, as a witch, she would cast spells on people.
Born a drug addict
Jenny Weaver’s mother was a drug addict when Jenny was born. Consequently, Jenny was born a drug addict.
But then, a miracle happened. While lying in a hospital bed, a Carpenters song began playing on the radio. Her mother heard the refrain, “Why do birds suddenly appear, every time you are near?”
When she heard that song, she asked God to give her a sign if He was real. A bird appeared at the window.
That was her sign that God was real. She felt the presence of God come into the room. Her drug withdrawal symptoms left. Jenny was no longer an addict.
She prayed & gave her life to Jesus.
A few years after Jenny Weaver became a Christian, someone invited her to a deliverance meeting. She began thinking that she did not have to be delivered from anything because she was saved.
An exorcist took Jenny aside and tried to exorcise the demon(s) for about 15 minutes. Jenny wanted to leave.
Then the exorcist held a Bible on Jenny’s head & began to speak in tongues. Jenny began to growl. She took her fingernails and began to try to recut herself.
She was delivered.
What she had not realized was that the root of anger, rejection, hate and abandonment was still in her when she arrived at the meeting. She was set free when the roots were removed.
Watch the complete It’s Supernatural television interview between Jenny Weaver & Sid Roth.