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Persecuted For Witnessing

Witnessing on the Internet, do you suffer persecution afterwards? It's easy to think you're hiding behind your 'computer', but how many encounter fiery darts after you leave your keyboard?

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I left my old chat room because of my being a Christian. I told them once that if I was a Muslim it would be a different story. They went quiet. At work, owner said that I talk too much about God. I feel sorry for her.
---Nellah on 5/13/07


God's children are the eyeball of his eye, and he takes care good care of us. Whenever an anti-christ throws a fiery dart at me, Jesus himself receives it and then he personally goes to that person who threw it and contends with them; I can vouch that some of are burned and some of are destroyed, for whenever somebody messes with God's kids they are messing with God their Creator.
---Eloy on 12/31/06


I have to agree with Jack... if disagreeing with statements Ive made online is persecution then I'm pretty persecuted on this website!

JOKING PEOPLE!!! FIRE THEM DARTS!!!
---NurseRobert on 12/31/06


** Jack, my talking about God doesn't interfere with my work.**

According to your own words, the owner disagrees with you, and seems to think it DOES interfere with your work.

As far as the couple you judge for being "miserable," you don't know what sorrows and trials they've had to bear, or what difficulties they are going through now.
---Jack on 12/31/06


Jack, my talking about God doesn't interfere with my work. This man and woman are big church goers. They seem to lack the joy of Jesus Christ in their hearts. I've never seen such miserable "Christians" in my life. I'm looked up to by my fellow workers. They see how Jesus changed me. I wasn't saved until a few months after I went to work there, so they see the big difference. I don't walk around toting my Bible and preaching, but when God deserves credit for something, He gets it.
---Nellah on 12/31/06




GET REAL!!!!!

Someone disagreeing with you on line is not persecution.

If you want to know about REAL persecution Christians are suffering, do some research about Christians in Iraq or Egypt.

A couple of years ago, 4 Christian girls in Indonesia were abducted on their way to school and tortured. Three were beheaded; the 4th escaped. The heads were put out in the street with a sign saying, "Wanted: 100 more Christian heads."

THIS is persecution.
---Jack on 12/31/06


When this happens...REJOICE!
---John on 12/30/06


Could you explain how witnessing on the internet works. I don't understand leaving and coming back to darts. How does the timing work, what happens.
---stewart on 12/23/06


Yes, it happens. Fiery Darts. I measure my words when witnessing about spiritual gifts. The bloggers come from a wide background. Some do not believe in them. I find myself holding back, do not discuss much. Some with a critical spirit attack anything that requires faith for the unseen. Better to be quiet.
---Shasta on 12/22/06


Basically when you are at work your Christian responisbility is to accomplish the tasks you were hired to do to the best of your ability, confine you evangelism to you own time and out of the work place in generalally. Some employers will allow a Bible study on work premises on your meal break and you could ask a co=worker to attend with you but this is the exception not the rule.
---notlaw99 on 12/21/06




The fiery darts are spiritual. So yes, we do get fiery darts from witnessing no matter how we do it. We are told our enemy isn't physical but spiritual. The persecution is spiritual, not physical because the enemy is spiritual, not physical.
---john on 12/21/06


Men in black knocking at your door to drag you to the lion's den?

Black helicopters hovering outside your window?

Picketers outside your house?
---Jack on 12/20/06

Ahh we can dream, I'd especially love to have my own picketers. Life could really get interesting then.
---Pharisee on 12/20/06


**At work, owner said that I talk too much about God.**

Are you talking about God (or anything else) to the detriment of your duties and irritation of your co-workers?

The first would be stealing from your employer; the second would be simple rudeness.
---Jack on 12/21/06


I know it's difficult to explain yourself in 50 words, but what do you mean by "persecution"?

Men in black knocking at your door to drag you to the lion's den?

Black helicopters hovering outside your window?

Picketers outside your house?
---Jack on 12/20/06


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