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Re: Anger with God. Lou Pilder

Posted by SLS on November 23, 2011, at 17:58:25

In reply to Lou's request-phoarghvnhs SLS, posted by Lou Pilder on November 23, 2011, at 16:48:03

> > > I mean its spiritual because I have that constant line going through my head. I just sense this is spiritual.
> > > Mark

> > I think we are using the word "spiritual" differently. I did not mean it to describe an evil entity that takes possession of souls. You are not possessed. It is not uncommon that one becomes angry with God for the affliction and pain you suffer. The voices in your head are most likely intrusive thoughts related to your illness. You are having a dialog with yourself, not with a demon.
> >
> > It takes a lot of work to process the anger you feel towards God. I recommend that you speak to clergy or find books that deal with this issue. I was angry with God for quite a few years. Nothing has changed with my illness, but I am no longer angry with God. It is a difficult thing to work through, and it takes time. In the meantime, you shouldn't think that you are a bad person. God knows what has happened to you and forgives you for being angry with Him.
> >
> >
> > - Scott

> Scott,
> You wrote,[...You are not possessed...You are having a dialog with yourself, not with a shouldn't think that you are a bad person...God...forgives you...].
> I am unsure as to what you are wanting to mean.

What, precisely, is the obstacle that is preventing you from understanding what I write?

> If you could post answers to the folllowing, then I could have the opportunity to respond accordingly.

I am going to expect that you respond, then.

> A.What criteria do you use to claim that the member is not possessed?

Belief in God.

> B. How could you be sure, if you could, that the member here is having a dialog with himdelf and not a demon?

Belief in God.

> C. Why do you state to the member that they should not think that they are a bad person?

Law of probability.

> D. In [...God..forgives you..], which God are you referring to?

How many are there to choose from? I know of only One.

> E. What is requierd by that God, if anything, for one to have forgivness?

I can't think of a single thing.

Now, it's your turn.

- Scott

Some see things as they are and ask why.
I dream of things that never were and ask why not.

- George Bernard Shaw




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