The Civil Writer Magazine

Love bombing is an attempt to influence a person by demonstrations of attention and affection. It can be used in different ways and can be used for either a positive or negative purpose. ... The expression "love bombing" was coined by members of the Unification Church of the United States in the 1970s and was also used by members of the Family International.

Jesus hooked in his victims and families by "love bombing" them. This meant by feeding 5000 twice, turning water into wine, bringing the dead back to life, removing an issue of blood,

compliments, public displays of affection, and miracles. Many accepted Jesus miracles by sight but not by a dedicated conversion into his philosophy. Those who had fallen for it, found themselves in a relationship with Jesus quicker than they anticipated because of his goodness, with no evidence of his divinity other than a display of love through miracles. How did Jesus go from displaying love abundantly to Mark 11: cursing a fig tree, 14 "And Jesus answered and said unto it, No man eat fruit of thee hereafter for ever. And his disciples heard it."

Mark 11:24 "I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them." Jesus was no longer love bombing believers or things in his path with much love but setup requirements necessary to receive anything from him. There were three requirements; love the Lord with all your heart, pray, and believe to receive. There is empirical evidence in the scriptures that “this show of love, attention and affection did not last and usually ended when Jesus felt he had you in his clutches." Then love became conditional.