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Old 12-17-2015, 06:58 PM   #17
HERn
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Default Re: In need of advice

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Originally Posted by New Beginnings View Post
Aron, I appreciate your perspective and I believe it is wonderful advice. However, I cringe at the words "public and loudly." I have not spoken in a meeting in 10 years. I am not a confident person and am terrified of public shaming. I realize that The Lord can supply me with strength and confidence, but after all these years my faith is weak. I suppose I should start with strengthening myself through the word of God. Yet I cannot quiet the feeling of wanting to run away from the LC, quickly.
Dear sister,

I think it may be harder for you to leave the LSM LC than it was for me because I was the husband and my wife respected my feelings and leadership. But, I know that if she had turned to the so-called elders and asked for advice they would have told her to ignore me and stay faithful to the sect. Fortunately, the living of the elders prevented us from respecting them, so she did not trust their deceptive fellowship. I don't think you will ever convince your husband, but the faithful prayers of a loving wife might cause your husband to really see the deprived condition of the leadership in the LC. I don't know if you have the freedom to find a Christian sister outside of the LC sect that you could pray with, but that would be great. Don't push your husband, but do push the Lord to open the eyes of your husband to the real condition of the LSM LC.
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