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How do I ask a man of the church for his time?

 
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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05/16/2019 11:07 AM
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Re: How do I ask a man of the church for his time?
A link to your original thread from 5+ years ago might help.
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Ok, I’m going to honestly try to chill for a minute. ^^this^^ isn’t happening though, I wish I hadn’t brought it up then.


The basic question for the others is simple; how do I properly as a man of church for his time? I don’t want to be rude and interrupt what I know has to be an extremely busy job, and I know these guy have families and they hear people’s problems, but this is an EXTREMELY unique thing. Not a PTSD kind of thing. I’m not seeking weekly service, celebration isn’t what I’m seeking, I’m seeking consultation and maybe help with someone wiser than I am, but I don’t even know where to start.
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You just simply ask. If they are a true man of G-d they will make time for you!

While we are here ... what seems to be your concern that you are seeking wisdom for?
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I’m sorry, I really don’t want to be rude and I’m honestly appreciative and apologize for frustration, but it’s just not happening. The best way to put it is literal sacrifice to Satan and being followed to see how long it takes to bend to their will. I put together why the latter part was happening in the past couple of years. I fear no Muslim, Mohammed strikes no fear I’m me, but I know that the demons in our government sacrificed my soul to get what they wanted and there has to be something that I can do about it if I seek the wisdom that was sought before things like this were so common.
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05/16/2019 11:14 AM
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Re: How do I ask a man of the church for his time?
You the dead man. Dead in Christ.
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05/16/2019 11:15 AM
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Re: How do I ask a man of the church for his time?
It’s all false. The whole church system. Jesus is my savior.

Yah, put a pedophile between you and God.

Brilliant.
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Who are you even speaking too? Or are you just talking to the wind?
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And this thread sums up the whole of the Internet. Wildeyed with their innards on display.cruiseahhh
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Don't trust anyone. No man will heal you. No man will save you. In fact, all have condemned you, and none will lend a hand when you're in trouble. Some, might kick you while you're down, and speak ill will behind your back. Trust no man. All have failed, and all have fallen short. No man will save you, or make things better in your own world.
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Re: How do I ask a man of the church for his time?
A link to your original thread from 5+ years ago might help.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77651453


Ok, I’m going to honestly try to chill for a minute. ^^this^^ isn’t happening though, I wish I hadn’t brought it up then.


The basic question for the others is simple; how do I properly as a man of church for his time? I don’t want to be rude and interrupt what I know has to be an extremely busy job, and I know these guy have families and they hear people’s problems, but this is an EXTREMELY unique thing. Not a PTSD kind of thing. I’m not seeking weekly service, celebration isn’t what I’m seeking, I’m seeking consultation and maybe help with someone wiser than I am, but I don’t even know where to start.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77347725


You just simply ask. If they are a true man of G-d they will make time for you!

While we are here ... what seems to be your concern that you are seeking wisdom for?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77650411


I’m sorry, I really don’t want to be rude and I’m honestly appreciative and apologize for frustration, but it’s just not happening. The best way to put it is literal sacrifice to Satan and being followed to see how long it takes to bend to their will. I put together why the latter part was happening in the past couple of years. I fear no Muslim, Mohammed strikes no fear I’m me, but I know that the demons in our government sacrificed my soul to get what they wanted and there has to be something that I can do about it if I seek the wisdom that was sought before things like this were so common.
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To my understanding G-d owns your soul! You own your actions!

Demon sacrifice is purely psychological and the mind is a powerful thing. It is important to remember that G-d is ONE. We don't live in a dualistic reality; even though it appears that way at times. This is do to G-d giving us freewill and not wanting to negate it by "coming out from hiding".

Satan is just the adversary playing the roll that G-d created him for. Satan works for G-d, not the other way around.

Most importantly: you own your actions. Some random men "sacrificing your soul" doesn't mean that you have lost anything because it isn't theirs to sacrifice. You are still able to be an upstanding man and DO what is right.

I wish that we were able to have this conversation in person. I pray that you find peace and are able to move forward knowing that G-d is in control and is making the world moment to moment! You are his partner in creation and G-d loves you!
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Re: How do I ask a man of the church for his time?
To the original question:

"How do I ask a man of the church for his time?"


Say, "Do you have a minute? I have something that deeply troubles me and I would like to talk you about it".

Pastors, chaplins, counselors do this. What they hear troubles them and weighs on them, but it is the role they have taken on.

There is evil and there is good. Seek the good and try to avoid the evil.
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Re: How do I ask a man of the church for his time?
I don't know if what you are dealing with can be helped by talking to someone of "authority" within the Church, OP. Just from my own experience several years ago, I went and talked to my Priest at the time about an issue that had been quite traumatic to me. After completely breaking down, telling him everything, and hoping he could help me somehow, he simply looked at me and said in a rather arrogant manner, "Pray for him - (the person that had caused me so much emotional grief/pain)." That was it. I left more upset, and even angry at myself for having believed this Priest could have helped me in any way, or at least offered me some kind of psychological calm and comfort. I ended up having to find the resolve within myself, for looking back now, I don't know that anyone could have really helped me more than I had to help myself.

Whatever it is you are dealing with, take some time to spend with yourself, but do something active while your mind works on it. What I mean is, maybe take a solo trip somewhere and hike to the highest peak. Sounds crazy, but talk it out loud to the plants, trees, animals, angels, or even God around you during the hike. Then, once you reach the peak, look down at the valley below and focus on how large and beautiful it is. It will help to make your problems seem smaller in this larger picture of the world. Tell yourself you have it within you to overcome whatever it is.

Something that helped me as well was using brain-wave entrainment to alter the frequency that had been running through me as a result of all the negative pent-up energy I had been dealing with. Again, sounds crazy, but this actually did help me.

Keep active to help keep your mind from 'going there' anymore. If you don't already, also do a cleansing fast for at least a week, and imagine it cleansing your body of everything bad that happened to you.

I hope that helps, at least some for you. Lastly, thank you for your service, soldier.