Monday, November 16, 2015

BIBLE | Handling demon peoples' attacks against churches, members

So, you claim not to be a demon person, but a church-going Christian, who simply doesn't want to be involved in the fight against demons and their people, having for some reason the strange notion that demons and their people are actually giving you that option (or, that I am, for that matter).

I can't say I blame you for not wanting to face entities and people armed with some of the weapons shown in various pics posted to this blog; but, the truth is, God sends cowards and those who bury their heads in the sands back home to mommy, allowing them nowhere near any of the special tasks He reserves for people of valor and courage [Judges 7:3; Judges 7:5-7]. Real life is for the world-aware and socially responsible grown-up (i.e., one who acknowledges danger, and thereafter obeys their herd instinct), and you had better accept that and act on it.

Even still, if you can't be persuaded to stand up for Jesus (our champion for the cause against demonic evil), perhaps you can fight demons and their people on safer battlegrounds—that is to say, within your very own church (or even online) where doctrinal debates are often ignited by demon people in order to complicate and hinder the salvation of the righteous, and to discourage those who would seek Christ from doing so.

Such a thing was known to happen in the very first days of the church over 2,000 years ago:
That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive.

Now I beseech you, brethren, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye all speak the same thing, and that there be no divisions among you; but that ye be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgment.

That there should be no schism in the body; but that the members should have the same care one for another.

This post provides an example of that very thing, which always looks innocent enough, but, I assure you, is nothing less than evil at work. Unlike any of the advice for handling real, physical combat (pardon the pun) with demons and their people, as provided in other posts, the approach shown below exemplifies and inherits the patience and persistence and loving approach one must apply when using the knowledge given by Christ in His Word to correct any error, and to definitively put an end to any debate on issues that demon people would use to sow discord among would-be brethren:


There are a couple of key things you should note about my approach here:
  1. I don't proffer any opinion, just scripture;
  2. I don't allow focus to shift from the primary issue at all;
  3. I don't repeat myself;
  4. I don't mince words;
  5. I call a spade a spade; and,
  6. In spite of slights and insults, I do not return them, but even take time to answer valid questions and concerns from those hurling such with relevant scripture, where applicable.
These are key when representing Christ in any issue, and are never small tasks; rather, they are more important than resolving the issue itself.
NOTE | Sideshow participators are often mistaken for random persons joining a conversation midway to express an opinion, but who are actually distracting from the more serious issue of doctrinal disagreement. Insodoing, they hope to lead the person correcting the error (i.e., me) into a honey trap made out of an agreement with one of his lesser points (i.e., that the original poster should not have been ejected from a Christian group), diversifying my focus thereby, and maybe even making the person I'm disagreeing with feel cornered (and that I'm trying to corner him by making friends with other participants). The guideline here, then, is to ignore anyone who is ignoring the conversation where it stands when they first join it—which I do.
The result for a proper regard of the above six guidelines is a far more favorable one than what you might expect from other approaches (e.g., your natural reaction):
Christ expects you to make friends out of would-be enemies, and shows you how to do it correctly; when you apply His advice, you get the results He promises
Again, I can understand someone not wanting to get as mangled as I have by demonic-weapons fire; but, you have to at least be able and willing to do as shown above if you intend to avoid being counted among the demons and their people on that Day.
But foolish and unlearned questions avoid, knowing that they do gender strifes. And the servant of the Lord must not strive; but be gentle unto all men, apt to teach, patient, in meekness instructing those that oppose themselves; if God peradventure will give them repentance to the acknowledging of the truth; and that they may recover themselves out of the snare of the devil, who are taken captive by him at his will.

AIDS | District Supervisor verifies VMC doctors improper denial of care

In AIDS | District supervisor to act against VMC-PACE obstinacy, I announced that my district supervisor, Cindy Chavez, intended to make efforts to get to the bottom of VMC's and PACE's refusal to treat my terminal condition; since that time, I am both proud and grateful to announce that her office (and, in particular, assistant Paul Murphy) did exactly that, and the following letter extends that effort by demanding that the manager identified as the point-of-contact for this particular issue, as it pertains to the clinic that employs Dr. Anitha Kambham (and others), explain that refusal:


Here is one of the videos that could be proferred as evidence to Jenny Howard, the recipient of the letter, of my primary care physician's obstinance and refusal to treat any of my conditions:


Here's another that suggests and shows the same as the above:

The letter will be both hand-delivered and mailed today, and a copy will be sent to my attorney.