The evidence of folk’s destinies being hijack, is the simple fact that things never work out for them, no matter how simple those things may be. The hijacking of one’s destiny is also accompanied with a toiling spirit, meaning one would work extremely had at something but receive little to no reward, complements, pay or anything to show appreciation for their efforts.
The above story is a classic example of how one's destiny is cleverly hijack. It begins with the enemy sending someone in your life filled with ulterior motives. This person is usually subtle, conniving and sheepish in their behavior, never revealing their true identity or purpose for being in your life. However, it doesn't matter how cleaver they may appear, their common trait is to always forcefully or subtly divert the destiny of their victim.
In Genesis chapters 1 and 2, God created the earth and in the midst of the earth a magnificent garden called the garden of Eden. This garden would later be the habitation or should we say the destiny of Adam and Eve. Well, just like the case of Adam and Eve God has also prepared our destinies well in advance of our arrival here on earth according to Ephesians 1:3-4.
Nevertheless, like all destiny hijackers, Genesis chapter 3 begins by saying how the serpent was more subtle than any of the beast of the field. Meaning he never revealed his true identity of his real purpose, which of course was to hijack the destiny of Adam and Eve. Long story short he was able to cause them to violate the command of God by eating of the forbidden tree and as a result their destiny was immediately hijack. Adam and Eve, unfortunately was placed outside of their destiny/The garden of Eden.
d) Destiny hijackers are adamant about knowing so much about you but providing you with little information about them.
I) Questions that are asked by destiny hijacker, are not just mere questions. Instead the questions are intended to expose your most vulnerable areas for future attack.
J) Destiny hijackers are very determine about you breaking the rules or attempting to make the rules appear to be a stumbling block to something better.