Posted by Charlie on July 29, 2016 at 07:46:36
In Reply to: Re: A thought about thoughts posted by Charlie on December 16, 2015 at 17:04:14:
It's nice to hear that The British Court Case helped her to leave. It helped me to leave too. What I feel is pernicious is the Fam's take on the British Court Case, that they had won when in reality they had been exposed, and that they had told their members not to bother reading 'that crap' which, of course, in following the leader most probably wouldn't have. After all, "What do our antichrist enemies/haters of the gospel know?" As Mary brings out while she was in the Fam., there was no outside intake, no internet for example. It was we in our world, the world in its world.
Mary hits the nail on the head when she says that she made a commitment regardless of how it affected her family of origin and friends, and herself. And now that she's out shaking off the dust, she's making new ones. I personally feel that one of her new commitments shouldn't be to denounce Christianity. Was she truly born again? I would think that had she been, there'd be no shadow of turning regardless of her circumstances both while in and while coming to terms with coming out, and now while moving on. We have this treasure in earthen vessels (His spirit within us). Why deny Him now?
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