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Date Posted: 18/06/10 3:34:11pm
Author: Barbara
Subject: Spitting in the Lord's face
In reply to: Luke 's message, "Ja school abuse and dog chains" on 18/06/10 1:55:54pm

The Jesus Army are spitting in the Lord's face when they treat people who have already been abused as children worse than animals.

I remember on girl who had been abused as a child being publically humiliated in the Gate at the Anchorage, they threw water at her. It was hard for some people to pray to Father God, if their father's had had sex with them and knocked them about as children. The Jesus Army elders should have known that, it's not that difficult to understand really, is it? It isn't rocket science.

It's a great privilage to have the power to be able to help anyone at all. The JA are silly to have this proud attitude of thinking that they are the best. If you have a strong faith, and healing hands, it's a great blessing, it doesn't mean you are better than everyone else. If you have healing hands, the healing comes from God.

I was abused and I went to another church and the lay pastor and his wife were very very very kind to me, and they listened to me sobbing for hours, and let me tell them how I had been treated. They helped me to get better, and they were such humble lovely people. You don't need to be proud, cruel, arrogant and bossy to be a Christian!

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